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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
French Classroom Vocabulary Displays

French Classroom Vocabulary Displays

This resource has 88 printable displays for your French classroom. They are all on a PowerPoint, therefore very easy to print, laminate and display in your classroom. These sets of words will encourage your students to improve and vary their written and spoken work; as well as learning vocabulary, just by seeing it regularly. Each set of words has a different display background and different colour fonts; and each display shows the words in French and in English. The display categories are: 1. Connectives (16 words/ phrases) 2. Intensifiers (12 words/ phrases) 3. Time Phrases (28 words/ phrases) 4. Opinion Phrases (16 words/ phrases) 5. Adverbs (10 words/ phrases)
cgazzal
Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully resourced and differentiated stand-alone unit of work

Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully resourced and differentiated stand-alone unit of work

Flexible French offers stand-alone units of work providing detailed planning and resources with a focus on language and grammar progression, and with clear links to easy-to-use assessment criteria. Ideal for both non-specialist and specialist teachers of primary French who want to move away from schemes which focus on topic coverage at the expense of linguistic progress, each Flexible French unit provides sufficient curriculum content for an extended period. Le Monde Francophone focuses on: francophone countries and their gender; personality adjectives and gender agreement; building conversations from a range of personal questions and answers. The pack includes: an overview of the unit including a summary of staged learning outcomes linked to the KS2 Programme of Study; comprehensive planning including opportunities for extension; 15 extensive resources with step-by-step instructions, teaching materials and photocopiable pupil sheets; a motivating final assessment activity; staged assessment criteria for the KS2 Programme of Study; a teacher record sheet. Free sample materials are available to download from www.languagesinprimaries.co.uk.
LanguagesinPrimaries
French for Adults: Beginners: Part 4: Numbers 1-31, birthdays and festivals and 'de' - possession

French for Adults: Beginners: Part 4: Numbers 1-31, birthdays and festivals and 'de' - possession

Preparation time: 30 minutes - 1 hour (introducing new vocabulary and also the transcript for the listening activity) Lesson length: 1 hour Here is the 4th resource for introducing French to adults at beginner's level! I have compiled this resource using an adult approach who are learning French for the very first time. This activity focuses on numbers 1-31 and introduces the some cultural elements such as the French revolution and other festivals that occur in France, as well as birthdays. It also introduces the concept of 'de' used to signify possession which differs greatly from English. This resource also incorporates all the four keys skills such as reading, listening, speaking and writing. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Grammar Revision Booklet on 10 Key Grammar points

Grammar Revision Booklet on 10 Key Grammar points

This comprehensive grammar booklet consists of 22 pages of explanations and more than 30 stimulating exercises on 10 Key Grammar points: Present, Perfect, Tuture tense, Relative Pronouns, Adjectives, Possessive and Démonstrative Adjectives, Articles, Prepositions, Pronouns and Interrogatives. This can be used in class or for independent learning. It is suitable for GCSE classes but also works well with As Students to consolidate their grammar.
jeromsauvin
French: The use of 'chez'

French: The use of 'chez'

Here is a good resource which introduces the authentic concept of 'chez'. It is particularly useful for introducing to learners of Key Stage 3 level, in preparation for the GCSE/IGCSE programme. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
GCSE Complex Grammar Structures

GCSE Complex Grammar Structures

This is an interactive PPT with tutorial and activities on the main GCSE Complex Grammar Structures students need to achieve Grade 9 for Essay Writing. After completing the exercices, an hyperlink takes you to the answers. This can be done in class and sent to the students for independent work. My students used it as a checklist for their essay. The structures include: _ negatives (ne…pas, ne… jamais, etc.) _ relative pronouns (qui, que, ce qui, ce que, où) _ direct object pronouns (le, la, les) _ connectives (et, mais, donc, par contre..) _ adverbs (bien, normalement, mal….) _ après avoir + past participle _ avant de + infinitive _ the present participle (en jouant, en regardant)
jeromsauvin
Prépositions avec la géographie French Tic Tac Toe

Prépositions avec la géographie French Tic Tac Toe

Partner activity. Sheet includes 2 tic tac toe games, to be played separately. Student A chooses a square; student B reads the question in that square; A gives answer; B marks square O or X depending on whether it is correct (answer is given in each square). Complete first game then reverse roles and do second game. All questions have Où se trouve (city). All answers have preposition + name of country.
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