Disney Descriptions & Murder Mystery

Disney Descriptions & Murder Mystery

Contains a PowerPoint which covers how to describe a person’s physical appearance & personality in basic French. It uses Disney as the theme throughout and covers a total of 5 lessons which ends in a murder mystery where children use everything they have learned. Also includes a worksheet for children to read descriptions and draw what they are reading on images. Ideal for teaching basic French or recapping what children have already learned.
HollywoodR95
BUNDLE ON GCSE Topics: Mon quartier, Ma ville, Les magasins et Le shopping

BUNDLE ON GCSE Topics: Mon quartier, Ma ville, Les magasins et Le shopping

this bundle contains more than 15 resources to teach the New GCSE /IGCSE Topic Mon quartier, Ma ville, Les magasins et Le shopping . It includes : 4 Interactive PPT to present and practice shops and places in town, prepositions and directions 4 worksheets for Core Vocabulary and extension tasks Tutorial and Practice on the prepositions to go with shops Questions with Model answers A domino game GCSE Questions with Model answers 2 sample essays on My area with Translation A Test with Reading Comprehensions and grammar points. It is suitable for Year 10-11 Foundation/Higher students to revise, consolidate and practice this topic.
jeromsauvin
Idioms, unusual phrases and interesting adjectives in French display

Idioms, unusual phrases and interesting adjectives in French display

Includes an A3 title page with the heading "Add a little je ne sais quoi " and then 22 postcard-sized interesting phrases and idioms with their definitions in English (two to one sheet of A4). These include: empêchement, retrouvailles, j’en ai marre de… and lots more! I do not claim any of the images as my own, I’ve simply accumulated them for a display :)
alexmpstokes
Year 9/10 French Board Game

Year 9/10 French Board Game

Board game that I created for a group starting their French GCSE to revise family members, adjectives and using s’entendre in the first person but you could adapt the board for any year group and any topic. Enjoy!
george_beattie56
Irregular Adjective Endings (French)

Irregular Adjective Endings (French)

Adjectives change their endings in French to match the noun depending on whether they are masculine or feminine, and whether they are singular or plural. The rule is simple (add an ‘e’ to the masculine form if they accompany a feminine noun, and an ‘s’ if they accompany a plural noun - add both if both apply). However there are exceptions; this worksheet is to test those exceptions.
RapideFrench
An Introduction to Learning a New Language

An Introduction to Learning a New Language

A Series of lessons within one powerpoint presentation designed to give Year 7 students a revision of Primary grammar terms and introduce them to important new terms and concepts for learning a new language. Examples in French, Spanish, German plus a little bit of Italian Confidence builder for students starting at Secondary school 4/5 lessons One single powerpoint presentation (and works well uploaded to Google Slides) + 2 worksheets + glossary Suggested activities for classwork / homework. Terms include: Verb, Infinitive, Conjugate, Subject, Nouns, Tenses - past, present, future, present continuous, conditional. Adjectives, adverbs, articles.
clareswayne
Et les autres? Studio 1

Et les autres? Studio 1

This lesson covers the whole unit 4 module 1 of studio 1 textbook. It covers the following objectives: 1- To know vocabulary related to physical description and adjectives related to it. 2- To understand how to agree adjectives with the nouns. 3- To be able to produce a piece of writing that describes yourself and someone else. Clear starters and activities with stretch and challenge tasks available.
Mouraduk
Comment je me vois Studio 1

Comment je me vois Studio 1

This lesson covers the whole unit 3 module 1 of studio 1 textbook. It covers the following objectives: 1- To know adjectives related to physical description. 2- To understand how to use adjectives accurately 3- To be able to produce a piece of writing by describing yourself. Clear starters and activities with stretch and challenge tasks available.
Mouraduk
15 Boardgames for Grammar and Conversation Practice for GCSE and A Level

15 Boardgames for Grammar and Conversation Practice for GCSE and A Level

These board games will allow your students to practice their spoken French in a fun way. These are aimed at GCSE and A Level students. The level is indicated in the document title. Half of them are dedicated to grammar practice and the other ones to Vocab and General conversation practice. Duration: around 45 mn for each boardgame. Matreial: Print them in A3 and in colour. Dice and counters. Also included are 3 templates to create your own boardgames Amusez-vous bien!
jeromsauvin
Tutorial and Practice on Modal Verbs in Various tenses

Tutorial and Practice on Modal Verbs in Various tenses

This bundle consists of a comprehensive PPT presentation (34 slides) with Tutorial and Practice on Modal Verbs in Various tenses. Also included are 2 worksheets to practice the conjugation in real life situations. This is very useful for role play and writing practice.
jeromsauvin
Studio 1, Module 1: Unit 3, Comment je me vois

Studio 1, Module 1: Unit 3, Comment je me vois

This resource includes 4 worksheets and 1 vocabulary table based on pp.12 and 13 of Studio 1, Module 1, Unit 3 Practise … masculine and feminine singular adjective agreement + qualifiers. the verb ‘être’ in the singular. describing yourself and a friend.
wylamuk
French film adjectives match-up

French film adjectives match-up

Yes, this is an activity which requires some cutting out. The good news is that you only need to do it once because the cards can be stored for future years or for spontaneous progress checks throughout the year. Numbered cards contain a French or English word in each, so each French word has a matching translation. To make life easier, when checking the matches, each card has a number so you can display 2 columns on the board, one for French and one for English, and show the number combinations that make the match. You might prefer, instead, to get students to suggest the match and then to ask students, as they give their answers, to use the French word in a sentence. If they are correct, they can a bonus point for their extra correct answer. I laminate my match-up card sets because, well, students are students. This is great for starters, plenaries and for progress checks during the year. Often, if students are struggling to justify their opinions, I’ll drop one of these envelopes on their desk so they can find an adjective they like. If you do that, you might also want them to translate their sentence so that you know they’re not just picking a French adjective without knowing its meaning. This is nothing fancy, just bread and butter stuff that makes life a bit easier.
BenWhittingham
Study booklet la famille Bélier

Study booklet la famille Bélier

Study booklet on la Famille Belier suitable for A Level / Higher GCSE. This 10 pages booklet consists of a gap fill summary, a vocab activity on key words from the summary, 2 characterisation task, some reviews from the Facebook page of the film, an extract from the film and a gap filling task on the famous song from Michel sardou, and a portrait of the main actress. Booklet is to be done after watching the movie.
jeromsauvin
chanson Petit frère du groupe IAM sur la jeunesse et la violence, DP lesson

chanson Petit frère du groupe IAM sur la jeunesse et la violence, DP lesson

This is a lesson to discuss the topics “les relations sociales” et “les communications et médias” of the DP section of the IB. It is very interactive and relate to students about a cultural aspect of France and the students feel very engaged and motivated with this lesson. I have created shorter exercises that match the ones from the Paper 1 of the Language B examinations. There are also grammar, vocabulary, discussions as well as a writing activities in this whole lesson. Enjoy the music!
rossod
Studio Module 4  My home town reading task

Studio Module 4 My home town reading task

This reading task is largely based on Studio Module 4, Ma Zone, with some additional vocabulary included. It can easily be adapted as a comparison with your own hometown if you wish by modifying the sentences about my hometown, Richmond. There is some comparative language as the focus is on comparing the two towns and contrasting features. Students use their language and cultural knowledge to establish meaning from the text and respond to comprehension questions . It provides great differentiation if you have students who need extending and challenging, as well as lots of simpler content to ensure everyone can achieve. If you require a different file format let me know. Merci!
hdejoux
Adjective position and agreements - Studio 2 Module 4 - Chez moi

Adjective position and agreements - Studio 2 Module 4 - Chez moi

This resource includes everything you need to teach adjectives (where they go and how agreements work). It matches the vocabulary and content of Studio 2 Module 4 (red and green). It includes: a grammar explanation, step by step which they need to recap as a poster (with examples from students’ work) Grammar exercises to practice A mind-map to recap how to translate adjectival clauses Spot the mistake activities Translation activity Describe the picture activities This could also be used for GCSE classes revising how to describe where you live, as many GCSE skills are covered (translation, photo description, etc…)
LescoursdeMarie
FRENCH - FARM ANIMALS AND DAYS OF  THE WEEK - LES ANIMAUX DE LA FERM ET LES JOURS DE LA SEMAINE

FRENCH - FARM ANIMALS AND DAYS OF THE WEEK - LES ANIMAUX DE LA FERM ET LES JOURS DE LA SEMAINE

A power point and 2 books to make to practise the names of farm animals and days of the week. I go to the farm each day to get an animal. Find out which animal is offered on which day and why it is refused and which animal is accepted on which day and why. Recaps a variety of adjectives and agreement with nous. Lots of repetition for children to join in with the story. I hope your students will enjoy the story as much as mine have. If you consider this worth buying, ‘un très grand merci.’
labellaroma
GCSE FRENCH REVISION

GCSE FRENCH REVISION

This resource is for Year 10 and 11 GCSE French students who are preparing for this exam next year or the year after. The resource covers all the topics students need to study for the exam. It tries to prepare students for every topic of the exam. Students should go through the topics and try to learn the grammar and vocabulary introduced in the resource. Year 10 students should start revising now to prepare for the exam. It is never too early to start revising.
maryb777
FRENCH - Farm Animals and Days of the Week - Les Animaux de la Ferme et Les Jours de la Semaine

FRENCH - Farm Animals and Days of the Week - Les Animaux de la Ferme et Les Jours de la Semaine

A book to make to help practice names of farm animals and days of the week in French. Each day of the week I go to the farm to get an animal. Find out which animal is offered on which day and the reason it is refused and which animal is accepted, on which day and why. Practises a variety of adjectives and agreement of nouns. Lots of repetition, so childre will enjoy joining in with the story. I have used black and white pictures so as children can be given instructions of what colour to colour the animals. There is a colour book for teachers. I hope your children will enjoy this book as much as my children have. Feedback is much appreciated. If you consider this worth buying, ‘un très grand merci.’ TES CONTINUE TO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH RESOURCE PREWIEWS. I HAVE SPENT ALL DAY MAKING THIS BOOK AND THE PRESENTATION OF IT IS DREADFUL. I HAVE ADDED SOME SCREENPRINTS TO SHOW HOW THE PAGES WILL LOOK WHEN DOWNLOADED. I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT THEY WILL DOWLOAD JUST FINE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING. My thanks to cliparts.co and clker.com for the use of the clipart images.
labellaroma
FRENCH ~ Farm Animals & Days of the Week - Les Animaux de la Ferme et Les Jours de la Semaine

FRENCH ~ Farm Animals & Days of the Week - Les Animaux de la Ferme et Les Jours de la Semaine

A story to help practice names of farm animals and days of the week in French. Each day of the week I go to the farm to get an animal. Find out which animal is offered on which day and the reason it is refused and which animal is accepted, on which day and why. Practises a variety of adjectives and agreement of nouns. The goat photo and the ones of the kittens belong to me. The kittens are mine, Rosie and Jo-Jo, albeit that they are now grown up and no longer kittens. Lots of repetition, so childre will enjoy joining in with the story. Feedback is much appreciated. If you consider this worth buying, ‘un très grand merci.’
labellaroma
Reflection Sheet after having submitted a Paper 4 IGCSE French 0520

Reflection Sheet after having submitted a Paper 4 IGCSE French 0520

This is a reflection sheet I give my students when I hand back to them a Paper 4 Writing IGCSE Cambridge so that they can particularly focus on Section 2 and stretch themselves further when it comes to verb ending and further linguistic features. I hope this is useful to your students too. It includes info about: Subordinate clauses, including car / parce que, qui and que (relative pronouns), ce qui and ce que. Indirect or reported speech (il a dit que, je pense que). Time clauses with quand, pendant que etc. and si (= if) Object pronouns (il m’a dit) and ‘strong’ pronouns (chez nous etc.) Conjunctions (other than et) and linking words (e.g. cependant, malheureusement, toutefois) +Prepositions – Time: depuis, pendant, pour, du« au« etc / – Place: en, dans etc. +Negatives +Adverbs +Adjectives, including possessives and demonstratives. Also comparatives and superlatives +Expressions of quantity and partitive articles, especially de after negative, use of du, de la, des +Appropriate use of politesse in the letter
aureliatm
French curriculum planning - measuring progression in French grammar

French curriculum planning - measuring progression in French grammar

These easy-to-use, staged grammar criteria have been written for teachers of French as a foreign language, and are suitable for use with all ages of learner, from beginner to intermediate standard. Breaking French grammar into key elements and demonstrating detailed progression in each, the criteria enable teachers to develop new curriculum planning confident that they are including essential grammatical progression, or to review existing provision. They also offer support with measuring progress. UK KS2-KS3, Scotland Primary-3, US elementary/primary/middle, adult learners.
Languages-in-Practice
FRENCH GRAMMAR BOOKLET

FRENCH GRAMMAR BOOKLET

This extensive grammar booklet, 81 pages, is intended for GCSE and French A Level students. It covers all aspects of grammar points. Each chapter starts with a recap of the rule and is followed by a range of functional exercises in context organized in level of difficulty. This is an excellent resource for reviawing and practsing some specific grammar points. It is Word Format so it is fully editable.
jeromsauvin
Écrire une critique de film (basé sur Intouchables) / Writing a film review in French

Écrire une critique de film (basé sur Intouchables) / Writing a film review in French

Scaffolded worksheet for KS3/4 (easily adaptable tenses wise) that allow students to gain skills to write a film review in French. Perfect in the end of year to still do some work after/before watching a film. Activity 1: read “Intouchables” film review Activity 2: key vocab search Activity 3: tense search Activity 4: translation Activity 5: write your own review of a film including key content and language (checklist for both) Activity 6: (peer) assessment and setting personal target Ideal for KS3/KS4 end of year classes and GCSE (leisure topic) Could even be used for KS5 when students start studying the film in class.
SilverWotton
Les adjectifs

Les adjectifs

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students and will help you teach adjectives in French, as well as comparative structures
MrLoutre
Cryptogramme - École et opinions

Cryptogramme - École et opinions

Cryptogram on school and opinions in French (with solution on the last page), with differentiation / extention activities to make the most out of the actual text. Ideal as cover work
werycharlotte
Qui/que

Qui/que

Presentation on how to use Qui or Que followed by an exercise.
ThierryJ
French Listening with Authentic Materials 1

French Listening with Authentic Materials 1

This resource contains 40 documents (Powerpoint files and corresponding video documents). The exercises are suitable for KS3 and KS4 and can be used as starters or warm-up activities before working on topics. The video files are authentic materials from the news. Pupils have enjoyed the challenge of watching short French TV reports.
s.rnd
A Level Grammar Revision Tasks with Answers. Gap fill + Sentences Restructuring

A Level Grammar Revision Tasks with Answers. Gap fill + Sentences Restructuring

This resource consists of 12 worksheets to revise all the A Level grammar points. Each worksheet consists of 35 sentences and takes 30 to 45 minutes to complete. Half of them are gap filling exercises and the other half are Sentences Restructuring. Answers For answers, select REVIEW > ALL MARKUP on the word documents below. This is very useful to reinforce grammar points and identify possible areas of concern.
jeromsauvin
French Grammar Bundle

French Grammar Bundle

This 57 pages resource bundle includes 10 sets of grammar worksheets that focus on various aspects of French grammar including adjectives, prepositions, pronouns, tenses and adverbs. The resources ‘etre’ & ‘avoir’ & adjectif possessif’, ‘L’heure et la vie scolaire- Epreuve’, ‘Direct and Indirect object pronouns’, 'Le pronom ‘en’, 'Le pronom ‘y’, ’ come with their respective answer keys/ marking schemes. These resources are ideal for middle school and above of all international curricula.
preethit
L'adjectif demonstratif-  explanation and exercises

L'adjectif demonstratif- explanation and exercises

This resource focuses on the ‘adjectif demonstratif’. It includes an explanation of the adjective followed by a series of exercises. It can be used for students who are being taught this adjective for the first time as well as for those who are already familiar with this aspect of French grammar.
preethit
BUNDLE OF 30 GCSE TESTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS & GRAMMAR POINTS

BUNDLE OF 30 GCSE TESTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS & GRAMMAR POINTS

This bundle consists of 40 GCSE tests, each on a specific topic and covering different grammar points. Each test is made up of 2 or more Reading Activities, some Grammar exercises and a Writing Task. Each test lasts between 45mn and 1h20. It is aimed at GCSE Higher but easily can be adapted for Foundation. The following topics are covered : _ FOOD _ HEALTH _ HOBBIES _ NEW TECHNOLOGIES _ FAMILY _ HOLIDAYS _ TRANSPORTS _ SCHOOL _ ROUTINE _ SHOPPING _ OUTINGS _ CLOTHES & FASHION _ ENVIRONMENT _ DESCRIPTION _ JOBS _ HOUSE & AREA All the grammar points for GCSE These assessments are in Word docs and are therefore fully editable. Some of them will have the answers provided, so they can be used for independent learning. It’s ideal to prepare for GCSE exam.
jeromsauvin
10B) Arthurs adventures continue - demonstrative and possessive adjectives

10B) Arthurs adventures continue - demonstrative and possessive adjectives

The Arthur series of comics in French, help our students who are working with Tapis Volant 2 but can be used by anyone. This is 10B in the series and continues the story of Arthur’s adventures in England form story no. 10. It demonstrates use of demonstrative and possessive adjectives and completes the grammar in Unit 10. On the cover page there are comprehension questions. Sadly, I cannot upload the sound file but a teacher can read out the text. We use the this for both listening and reading comprehension. You can white out the words if you want to use it for listening and students then have the comic pictures as support.
Nickyga
Un groupe de musiciens. Year 7. Developing reading and translation skills.

Un groupe de musiciens. Year 7. Developing reading and translation skills.

I have designed this to support my year 7 in developing reading/ writing / translating skills. I started with the text ( pair work competition : each pupil has a different colour pen, the first to circle the translation in French in the text wins the point and it is quite visual at the end who is fastest . Great fro competition The other activities involve finding translations, matching up for lower ability and extending sentences from the given text. The last slide on the Power Point contains a writing list of bullet points ( goes with Studio 1 ’ il est hypercool’ but can be adapted for other courses. I owe Rachel Hawkes a big thank you for inspiring the Power Point slides offering differentiation when sentence building on mini whiteboards. I hope it is useful.
skiermeetsboarder
Mon école et les matière - French Speaking Activity Bundle

Mon école et les matière - French Speaking Activity Bundle

9 x No prep pairwork speaking activities Topic: Mon école et les matière Encourage fluency and confidence using Spanish with thematic conversation activities. 1) L’éducation 2) Les langues 3) La religion 4) L’histoire 5) La géographie 6) La science 7) L’art 8) Les nombres 9) La musique Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using French Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Premièrement, Deuxièment,Pour finir Cependant, D’autre part, Alors que De plus, En outre, Par ailleurs Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS (in French)
fingertips-resources
Ma Vie - French Speaking Bundle

Ma Vie - French Speaking Bundle

11 x No prep pairwork speaking activities Topic: Ma Vie Encourage fluency and confidence using French with thematic conversation activities. 1, Les habitudes 2. La famille 3. Les quartiers 4. La personnalité 5. L’ amour 6. Les émotions 7. Le logement 8. Les fêtes 9. Les loisirs 10. La nourriture 11. L’enfance Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using French Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Premièrement, Deuxièment,Pour finir Cependant, D’autre part, Alors que De plus, En outre, Par ailleurs Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS (in French)
fingertips-resources