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Joyeux Noël !

Joyeux Noël !

PowerPoint presentations, Flashcards, French Advent Calendar, games ... Everything you need for your students this December.
Mamzelle
French- Questionnaire/ Compréhension sur les Origines du Calendrier de l'Avent

French- Questionnaire/ Compréhension sur les Origines du Calendrier de l'Avent

You will find a PowerPoint Presentation with questions and answers about the cultural origins of the Advent Calendar. There are 3 types of worksheets for your students according to their level of ability: Easy (facile)- where the students have to pick one of the correct answers amongst 3 possibilities. Average (moyen)- where the students have to fill up the answers with a missing expression. Difficult (Difficile)- where the students have to write down their own answers.
Mamzelle
French Speeaking countries posters - La Francophonie Posters

French Speeaking countries posters - La Francophonie Posters

This document will help you with your displays in your French classroom or even you can display them around your school. I displayed them in a hall of my school. (MFL Department Hall). You will have all of the French-speaking countries (sorry if I missed one). Just print them in A4 or A3 in Colour and your student will know more about La Francophonie.
IsraMaz
French Remembrance Day- Fêter les 99 ans du 11 Novembre (2017)- Armistice France

French Remembrance Day- Fêter les 99 ans du 11 Novembre (2017)- Armistice France

This teaching resource includes -16 slides Interactive Power Point Presentation with many animations and audio files. It teaches students about the history behind November, the 11th, why it is a bank holiday in France, some important facts about World War II, what exactly happened on November the 11th, how November, the 11th is being celebrated in France, a special craft activity to do for that special day, a song from a famous French singer related to that event, expressions of opinions. -6 pages of pdf file with 2 pages for the listening skills activity, 1 page for the reading skill activity, 1 page for the craft activity, 1 page with the lyrics of the song and 1 page for the writing task. All 4 types of skills are included with listening skills activities, speaking skills, reading skills and writing skills. There is also clear differentiation in the writing task. It is perfect to use during the week of November, the 11th. 2017 is the 99th birthday anniversary of this event!!!
Mamzelle
Expo 3 On y va Normandy and The Bayeux Tapestry

Expo 3 On y va Normandy and The Bayeux Tapestry

These worksheets were created to compliment Expo 3 Module 4 On y va. There is a worksheet designed to help lower ability pupils create a simple fact file about Normandy and surrounding areas. The Bayeux Tapestry worksheets consist of a simple version of the story in French and English, a crossword using the key vocabulary from the story and a worksheet with pictures to help them create their own version.
joanneelsey
Inspiring Quotes for French students

Inspiring Quotes for French students

This is a compilation of 25 quotes about the function and value of language learning. One PPT is in French, the other one has the translation in English. These inspiring quote helps students ( and teachers!) to see other reasons for foreign language, apart from getting a GCSE or A Level grade! This is a great activity to do on Language Day. Also to use possibly for the Language Day, are a PPT quiz for this year's Language Day, a PPT presentation on the EU ( with UK still in it!) in French, and another one on the Geaography of Europe
jeromsauvin
French - Find the 8 correct inventions

French - Find the 8 correct inventions

Which 8 were invented/discovered by French people? Pupils choose the 8 inventions/discoveries they think are correct and click on them. Either a tick or a cross will appear. An example is 'Battery 1800'.
TheMFLTeacher
Les animaux - le coq: symbol

Les animaux - le coq: symbol

This is a great way to introduce a bit of the French culture (as well as the numeracy component) when teaching about animals / animal sounds. You could ask students to read the text then to fill in the blank/write their own description on the timeline sheet. This is just an activity I have assembled but the way you want to teach it is up to you. I personally like to introduce the animal sounds then focus on the use of "cocorico" and then its origin.
landycamille