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French oral exam photocard

French oral exam photocard

Here are 4 GCSE exam-style photocards linked to: fashion (Plus size models), environment (recycling); poverty (homelessness) and second-hand smoking.
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Noël  / Christmas in French.

Noël / Christmas in French.

This Christmas resource is suitable for both French specialists and non-specialists as all the words and phrases have sound icons, which can be played for the introduction/ repetition of all the words and phrases. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint. This resource initially introduces 18 Christmas words with many practice activities. There is a match-up listening activity for these words too. The PowerPoint goes on to introduce 12 Christmas phrases, with another listening activity and a reading activity. There is then a ‘create a Christmas card’ slide and a word search. 12 further words for popular Christmas presents are introduced, followed by a reading activity. There is also a slide to encourage pupils to create a Christmas picture, labelling with French words. There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document. The PowerPoint has 71 slides.
cgazzal
Why do we learn French? PPT - introduction, lesson 1 for French

Why do we learn French? PPT - introduction, lesson 1 for French

This lesson explores reasons why we learn French. It begins with answers - and pupils must think of the QUESTIONS. It then explains some valid reasons why we learn French (statistics are up to date). Children must present their ideas (and opinions) in a video (if possible) for younger children.
helpea
Getting the highest grades using spontaneous talk in the French GCSE spoken examination

Getting the highest grades using spontaneous talk in the French GCSE spoken examination

The new French GCSE spoken examination (for all examination boards) requires students to be more spontaneous and ‘maintain the flow’ to score the highest grades in Foundation and Higher papers. This bundle of up-to-date and detailed teaching resources has been created to support staff and students in building up these skills. These are resources which can be used for parts of lessons, whole lessons or be part of a scheme of work focused on spontaneous talk in the speaking examination. All the resources can be adapted to meet the needs of the students in your class. The bundle includes: • A detailed presentation and examples of how to tackle the, ‘ Que penses-tu de….?’ style question - Clear criteria to allow differentiation • A detailed presentation and examples of how to tackle the, ‘ Préfères-tu ……ou ………….?’ style question - Clear criteria to allow differentiation • Word copies of a range of opinions for each Theme and Sub-Topic in the French GCSE • Loto game for core vocabulary • A detailed presentation and examples of 3 strategies to ‘teach’ your students to be more spontaneous by: 1. Use authentic conversational language time-gaining phrases 2. Use intonation to prevent a sense of regurgitation 3. Ask a question that relates directly to the current topic of conversation
CLAYTON21
{NEW French A-level} Year 1 - La famille en voie de changement

{NEW French A-level} Year 1 - La famille en voie de changement

You will get the first five lessons to teach the first unit of the Year 1 new French A-level. This resource includes: - A power-point which covers 5 lessons on family (introduction on topic, new tendencies and family types, wedding) - an article from newspapers to practise summary skills - Who wants to be a millionaire to introduce the topic with facts and statistics - Plenty of speaking questions and opportunities - Translation activity - Grammar on the imperfect tense - Kinesthetic activity on mariage Please check this resource regularly as I will update it this term as I teach it! Plenty more resources to come with your purchase! I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on the activities, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would advise you to get the Oxford AQA French textbook as well as Kerboodle and all the new ZigZag booklets. See details under the slides. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden
MllePierre
EASY FRENCH QUIZ .

EASY FRENCH QUIZ .

Thought his quiz, the children will learn some interesting facts about France and the French language, from the height of the Eiffel Tower, through how many people live in French or how many countries have French as their first language. For the more difficult questions , the quiz suggests possible answers to choose from.
elisabethruiz
French - Protect the environment display lesson

French - Protect the environment display lesson

This is a presentation for an alternative curriculum day. Any age group can do it, but you would need to adjust the end task to make it harder for older pupils. I used this with pupils from high-ability Year 7 up to Year 9. Pupils are introduced to the vocab needed for the display (switch off lights, put rubbish in the bin, etc).
TheMFLTeacher