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Postcard Sentence Match

Postcard Sentence Match

Pair work activity. Students must match the beginning and end of sentences that are useful for a postcard (sheet must be printed and cut into sections). Sentences include describing the weather, past, present, future and immediate future tense. A good introduction to postcard writing or for students with GLD/ SLD.
ShaunaSheridan
14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 French Trapdoor activities for the New French GCSE These have proved very popular with students and teachers. Great for speaking practice, writing practice, translation. Enjoy and don't forget to feedback!!
kbreizh
Les vacances - Vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension

Les vacances - Vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension

This resource consists of a revision worksheet (les vacances ideales) that focuses on vocabulary and one that focuses on reading comprehension ( Ou vas-tu pour les vacances d'ete?). It is intended for those students who have already completed the said topic- les vacances- as well as the present, past ,future and conditional tenses. It is suited for students doing the GCSEs.
preethit
French GCSE les vacances _ holidays bundle

French GCSE les vacances _ holidays bundle

A set of resources to incorporate into any unit on les vacances. A range of language activities, reading comprehensions, speaking and writing mats and a set of A* constructions to use for this topic. There is also a set of worksheets specifically on the passé composé to recap this complex tense in the context of this topic,
RL6
Je vais passer les vacances à l'étranger (I am going to spend my holidays abroad)

Je vais passer les vacances à l'étranger (I am going to spend my holidays abroad)

This worksheet uses a wide variety of time phrases and verbs which will help you to describe your future or planned holidays, together with a selection of countries and islands with their correct preposition. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Les pays et les îles - 'à, au, en' ou 'aux' (Countries and islands)

Les pays et les îles - 'à, au, en' ou 'aux' (Countries and islands)

This worksheet deals with the 4 different prepositions used before countries, islands and resorts (a selection of 70 in total). It explains when to use 'au', 'en' and 'aux' for masculine, feminine countries, along with those that begin with a vowel and those classed as plural. It also covers the different prepositions used with a range of common islands and resorts. There is one translation exercise in which the students are required to translate the country/island/resort correctly (English to French) together with the required preposition. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Travel from Paris to Senegal ppts and worksheet, using multiple tenses

Travel from Paris to Senegal ppts and worksheet, using multiple tenses

Complete series of lessons working on using multiple tenses and higher level structures such as quand and si phrases, comparatives and superlatives. I have used this with high ability year 9 as well as year 10 and 11. Covers holiday, travel, transport and free-time topics. If used together, I use them in the order listed. As well as powerpoint lessons with starters/plenaries there are activities, worksheets and reading comprehension/translation activities. Should take you through at least half a terms lessons. It has taken me hours of prep, so a real bargain!
lizby1
Present, past, future conditional tenses trip advisor lesson

Present, past, future conditional tenses trip advisor lesson

This lesson concludes a series of lessons about a diamond robbery but can be used as a standalone lesson. The starter is a translation that recaps the story so far. Pretend Trip advisor reviews are used with an activity to work out what hotel has which facilities. A scaffolded speaking activity gets the pupils asking each other what activities they would like to do. There is also a tic-tac-toe activity with pictures of the activities - I usually divide the class in two for them to play against each other to say what they would like to do using the pictures only. You could differentiate by giving the lower ability the phrases. The pupils then read an email which has a reading comprehension worksheet and then work out where the accomplice is staying and where he is going to go using the trip advisor reviews and the passé composé and future tenses. There is a lot of material in this lesson. There is more than enough for high ability pupils to get through in one lesson but you may want to make it two lessons.
lizby1
Diamond robber lesson focusing on conditional tense

Diamond robber lesson focusing on conditional tense

This lesson focuses on the conditional tense but includes the present, past (passé composé and imparfait) and future tenses too. Suitable for able year 9 upwards/ GCSE this is part of a series using the story of a diamond robbery to practise using different tenses together. The lesson can be used as part of the series (a whole term's worth!) or on its own. There is a starter, followed by an email from the very demanding girlfriend of the diamond robber asking for all the things she would like in her hotel. Pupils start by picking out simple details from the email, followed by a reading comprehension which is on the powerpoint or as a printable pdf with the email. This increases in difficulty so that pupils can work at their own pace. There is an extension task, spotting other tenses in the email and an odd one out plenary.
lizby1
Complete lesson practising present and future tenses for French GCSE

Complete lesson practising present and future tenses for French GCSE

This fantastic resource includes listening, reading aloud, reading and writing in the present and future tenses. The starter recaps a 'si' phrase, asking pupils to translate and then recreate the sentence in French with a 'missing vowel' text. The lesson uses the context of a diamond robbery and can be either used after my 'quand si present futur' lesson or as a standalone. An email from the accomplice is used as a listening exercise, read aloud by you or a pupil as others put the pictures in order as they hear them in the email. This is differentiated as there are pictures to print out with and without labels. The email is then used as a reading comprehension with true/false questions and translations from French to English and English to French. The increasing difficulty means that pupils can work at their own pace. There is also an extension task to tweet a message in past and future tenses. The plenary is an odd one out with the focus on grammar covered in the lesson. There is a lot of material here, so could be done over two lessons.
lizby1