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My Shopping Basket

My Shopping Basket

This PowerPoint teaches pupils the French translation of items typically found in a shopping basket. The aim of the learning is to sound the names of food and place these into a sentence, speaking in French.
hollyannafreeman
Marking grid - this will speed up your marking.

Marking grid - this will speed up your marking.

Sick & tired of writing the same thing time and time again in ex books??? A feedback sheet, which can be stuck into books to help give feedback on what they have written. If you buy A4 labels from amazon (£5.20 fo 100) you can get about 8 of these on a sheet. These can also be adapted for your particular needs, boxes made bigger, bits deleted etc. I tend to write things in the boxes and highlight areas they need to focus on.
mrwillis73
FRENCH WORD SEARCHES 1

FRENCH WORD SEARCHES 1

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING FRENCH LANGUAGE SKILLS - 55 DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEYS AND GRID TEMPLATE. WHAT YOU GET: DAYS OF THE WEEK - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids MONTHS & SEASONS OF THE YEAR - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids NUMBERS 0-20 - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids ÊTRE ET AVOIR - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids FRENCH CITIES - 5 French to French grids FRENCH CHRISTMAS WORDS - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids Each set of word searches has a full reference list - essential learning support. The files are non-editable, and are all available individually, priced at £3.00. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the bundle is for single-teacher/purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT!
LivelyLearning
20 lessons!

20 lessons!

So much stuff, so many slides. You won't regret it! This is a one off only! 20 French lessons which I normally sell for £3 each! Selling 20 for £6! Will only be available for a few days.
cathy004
French 'holidays' dice game to describe pictures and practise speaking

French 'holidays' dice game to describe pictures and practise speaking

Learners will be encouraged to describe the colourful holiday-related pictures in this game, thus practising their skills in communication, describing pictures, sentence building, independent learning, application of tenses and more. This resource includes game boards and cards in A4 and A3 format, varied suggestions for use, twists and differentiation, PowerPoint slides for class presentation and a vocabulary list.
salsify
53 presentations to cover the entirety of GCSE French

53 presentations to cover the entirety of GCSE French

Includes key vocab, class tests, sentence structures to cover everything on the GCSE French Specification. Sentence-helpers are available in almost all presentations to assist students to form the required level of sentences for GCSE. Also includes grammar lessons on future, present and past tenses as well as key phrases.
TARAAH
French Halloween lesson - Halloween en français - En quoi tu te déguises?

French Halloween lesson - Halloween en français - En quoi tu te déguises?

A fantastically engaging and spooky Halloween lesson for both Primary and Key stage 3. This lesson compromises introducing Halloween costumes in French and has the objective of being able to say what you are dressing up as for Halloween in French by the end of the lesson. The objective is achieved through engaging games such as choral repetition, beat the teacher, "which is missing?". Once the vocabulary has been practiced with the pupils, it is time for them to get out of their seats and solve a mystery involving the characters to whom they have just been introduced! The mystery involves solving a number of clues by answering questions in French based on familiar vocabulary. The pupils take the first letter of each answer and are left with an anagram of the culprit to the crime. The first pupil/pair/team to rearrange the anagram and find the culprit are the winners. Once the mystery is solved, the pupils learn how to ask and answer what they are dressing up as, for Halloween. They are also encouraged to challenge themselves by giving reasons for their chosen costume by learning a number of Halloween related adjectives. The pupils then consolidate this new vocabulary by undertaking a survey of other pupils in the room to find out their Halloween costumes. Note: The clues in the "Who stole the Queen's lunch?" should be cut up and placed around the room for the pupils to read. Mix these up so that they don't reveal the answer too easily! Included in the survey slide and the "qui est le coupable?" slide are 2 embedded videos with French Halloween songs to create some atmosphere for when the pupils undertake the tasks. Also included in this lesson are Halloween Flashcards, these are to be used as the clues when solving the mystery. It is useful to print these off and lay them out somewhere visible for the pupils when solving the anagram as they include the correct spellings.
crotte10
Vocab & Story Tiles - French

Vocab & Story Tiles - French

Simply print out onto card and cut out for a great and imaginative way to spark creative language from your students, whether for SEN, EAL, MFL or just to spark creative thought in your lessons or as a starter activity. 260 story-ready tiles in total! This is the French Version :D Includes food, emotions, places, animals, Halloween and Christmas symbols. Look out for more updates coming soon! All money from this resource - and all our resources - goes into printing educational resources and books for our students in West London schools. Thank you for taking a look and please leave us a review!
harle