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Comparatives and superlatives - French speaking Africa

Comparatives and superlatives - French speaking Africa

Designed for KS4, or year 9 upwards French GCSE. This lesson introduces comparatives and superlatives in context by comparing Benin, Cameroon, Senegal and Mali. With cultural references, including famous people. Slides 8 and 9 are meant to be printed out as a worksheet for pupils. This is differentiated by task, as the questions are progressively harder so that pupils can work at their own pace.
lizby1
French Future tenses Displays/Mats (Futur proche, Futur Simple, Conditionnel)

French Future tenses Displays/Mats (Futur proche, Futur Simple, Conditionnel)

5 displays/mats plan on future tenses formation in French. Each display recap how to form the close future, simple future (with irregulars) and conditional 1 display on the close future 3 displays on the simple future (regulars, special cases, frequent irregulars) 1 display on the condiotional Print and laminate to display in your classroom or give to your students as a recap. Can be used with any levels from KS3/4 to A-level students. Each display comes in a A3 and A4 format as well as a coloured and a printer friendly version. To access the 20 PDF documents simply right click on the zip file after downloading and extract. Downloading this resource and leaving a review will give you access to an extra paid resource for free. If you are looking for similar displays/mats on past tenses: check out this resource If you are looking for similar displays on the present tense: check out this resource Subjonctive Displays and Tenses Bundle coming soon I hope this resource wil be useful!
mperney002
Past Participle Detective Worksheet (with separate answer sheet)

Past Participle Detective Worksheet (with separate answer sheet)

This resource helps students to practise past participle and adjective agreements. The five exercises involve: identifying the number and gender of past participles/adjectives, filling in the gaps with the correct agreements, using agreements to find out information about suspects, using agreements to work out who is being talked about and filling in gaps with names to suit the adjective agreements. A separate PDF with the answers is available to help with marking.
chris_jardine
French Tense Revision - Matching-up Card Game

French Tense Revision - Matching-up Card Game

This games helps students to revise the main tenses required for examinations (excluding the subjunctive and imperative moods). The resource contains six coloured cards with the categories: Present, Future, Conditional, Perfect, Imperfect and Infinitive and 36 cards with conjugated verbs/infinitives. Students match-up the 36 cards into the 6 categories (6 per coloured card).
chris_jardine
Noel dans la foret. Conte de Noel en francais-Worksheet

Noel dans la foret. Conte de Noel en francais-Worksheet

In this new book, we propose a beautiful Christmas story, coloring pages for the little ones, conjugation exercises on the present, the imperfect and the future tenses, The approach of a chosen vocabulary (selected) and a game that will entertain everyone. The right formula to learn French while having fun. The teacher will also find attached all the solutions to the exercises.
Monajune
describing people adjectives masculine and feminine

describing people adjectives masculine and feminine

Clear table that helps students understand masculine and feminine forms of a variety of adjectives to use when describing people. I have made this for my Year 6 class to use for describing teachers. There is space for students to fill in the feminine forms of the adjectives following examples.
sandraparish
Comment ça va? Verbs and prepositions

Comment ça va? Verbs and prepositions

A PPT presentation to recap and practise the use of verbs être / avoir and the preposition à in the context of health. Also includes a worksheet to be used with the presentation or as a stand alone resource.
GaelleLH