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KS3- School rules- Le règlement scolaire

KS3- School rules- Le règlement scolaire

Lesson on school rules- worked down from EDEXCEL GCSE FRENCH SPEC. Colourful grid on school rules Modal verbs Negative modal verbs Listening activity Dice game Lesson well differentiated so no need to adapt!!!
reena09
Year 7- School descriptions

Year 7- School descriptions

Lesson on school descriptions- Listening gapfill, reading questions, translations Game of 'contre le prof’ Lesson well differentiated Key vocab list
reena09
GCSE Test on School

GCSE Test on School

This is a Reading, Vocab, Grammar & Writing Assesment on School, lasting 45 mn to 1h. It includes a long reading activity with 3 exercises, 9 short vocab and grammar tasks ( question words, demonstrative, negatives, etre, avoir verbs, Time, schoolequipment) and a Writing tasks on School. This fully editable resource is suitable for the new GCSE Higher exam and can be adapted for Foundation.
jeromsauvin
Translation Race - KS4 School

Translation Race - KS4 School

This activity can be used for either French or Spanish at KS4. Students are given 5 sentences in English on the topic of school to translate into the target language in increasing difficulty. Vocabulary has been taken from AQA lists. They must work in groups or pairs to translate sentences one at a time getting them checked by you and correcting as quickly as possible. Full instructions are included in the document. This activity is fantastic for developing students writing and proof reading skills and for addressing common mistakes in an engaging fashion. Could be extended by asking students to pick a sentence and extending it as far as they can. Makes a good plenary task.
MFLActivities
L'école, les matières et les profs.

L'école, les matières et les profs.

This is a set of worksheets on the topic of school, school subjects, teachers and the school day. It includes reading and grammar tasks alike. There is also a presentation with interactive activities and corrections.
MrLoutre
New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

A collection of twenty-four 90-word questions covering the whole of the new French GCSE course. Each of the three booklets (one per theme) contains eight questions, with four bullet points each, encouraging the students to refer to present, past and future events, as well as to include opinions.
corcuera
New French GCSE - Writing: Theme 3 (Current and future studies and employment): 90-word questions

New French GCSE - Writing: Theme 3 (Current and future studies and employment): 90-word questions

This booklet contains eight questions that follow the format of the 90-word questions in the new French GCSE writing exam. They cover all aspects of Theme 3 (Current and future study and employment), and they can be used in lessons, but also as an easy way to set useful homework activities for the students. All questions include four bullet points that the students are prompted to cover, and they explicitly require them to include references to three time frames and opinions (as per the AQA mark scheme). A booklet with 24 questions covering all three themes can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-french-gcse-writing-exam-90-word-questions-11822119
corcuera
A l'ecole primaire- Consolidation imparfait

A l'ecole primaire- Consolidation imparfait

This is a resource I used with my top set Y9 (can be used at KS4) to consolidate the imperfect in the context of school. Starting with a grammar pair competition, the looks at answering simple questions about primary school. It also includes a cultural activity on Doisneau.
sorvoen
Harry Potter School Rules - GCSE French

Harry Potter School Rules - GCSE French

3 different worksheets based on Harry Potter; 1) Sort the rules into your school, Hogwarts or both. I used this as an opportunity to work on dictionary skills as well for unknown vocab. 2) Read comments on the rules and decide which rule it is referring to. Extension; adapt the opinions to suit yourself. 3) Read opinions on uniform and match to the character. Pick one bubble and translate it. These were used for year 9 (1st year of GCSE) and year 10 ab initio French classes.
m_aves