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Les vacances du petit Nicolas- Sempé- Reading comprehensions Higher

Les vacances du petit Nicolas- Sempé- Reading comprehensions Higher

4 reading comprehensions exercises from "Les vacances du Petit Nicolas." Perfect for teaching the topic of holidays. The short stories reinforce all vocabulary seen (places, activities, opinions, suitcase items, use of different tenses). I have selected extracts and added a series of questions. As this is an authentic text, I would aim these activities for a higher group (from year 9 to year 11). Great to include a bit of French culture and literacy in your lessons. I have added a link to the trailer of the film (adapted from the short stories). Could be a good way of introducing the topic or as a way to engage pupils before the reading comprehension. **Timers and answers are included. **
aud0p
Noel en France for KS3 and 4 students

Noel en France for KS3 and 4 students

This is a bundle of 10 resources about Christmas for Intermediate Students ( KS3 and GCSE students). It comprises 2 Games ( dominoes and Loto), a conversation about Christmas holidays ( to be done in January!), 5 worksheets with various vocab and grammar activities around Christmas such as a role play about shopping for Xmas, a gap filling activity with a letter to Pere Noel, a multiple choice vocab activity and a Worksheet to practise Prepositions. You can start off with one of the two PPT Presentation about Christmas in France. Joyeux Noel!
jeromsauvin
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
holiday matching exercise

holiday matching exercise

This is a text about holiday (Past account). Two versions, one in English , one in French which students have to match up. With the new GCSE style exam, I have also put the students in groups and given then half of the text in French to translate into English or the other way around. Lower ability groups usually find French to English easier.
crazyfrog2007
10 Boardgames to practise French tenses and Various Topics

10 Boardgames to practise French tenses and Various Topics

Attached are 10 Board games to practise French tenses for GCSE and A Level students. It work best if students work in groups. Topics include Present Tense, Perfect Tense, Irregular Verbs, Holidays, Work, Health, Character and Hoibbies. The length of the games varies between 15 and 45mn. This is an interactive and fun way to practise grammar in French and the boardgame can be adapted to various levels. You can ask more able students to say a full sentence instead of simply the verb conjugation.
jeromsauvin
Writing Frame: Past Holiday

Writing Frame: Past Holiday

A writing frame designed to be used with Expo 3 Module 4 On y va. It includes a variety of simple past perfect and imperfect sentences to write a description of a holiday. I have also included time phrases and sentences using the future and conditional tense.
joanneelsey
French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

This large bundle contains all you need for the future, present, perfect tenses in French. Each resource contains at least one PowerPoint and at least one worksheet to accompany it and they all start by introducing the tense in a clear step-by-step format, which ensures comprehension, with a large number of practice activities. Each PowerPoint contains grammar notes that pupils can record themselves to refer back to for revision/ future work. This method of grammar tutorials has been tried and tested over years of teaching. Tenses included: The Immediate Future The Simple Future The Present Tense – Regular Verbs The Present Tense – Irregular Verbs The Present Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Present Tense verbs The Perfect Tense – Avoir Verbs The Perfect Tense – Être Verbs The Perfect Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Perfect Tense Verbs
cgazzal