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French for Adults: Beginners: Parts 1-1 to 1-5 (Only £8!!)

French for Adults: Beginners: Parts 1-1 to 1-5 (Only £8!!)

This bundle allows you to purchase the following ‘French for Adults at beginner’s level’ resources for ony £8!: Part 1-1: Greetings and definite/indefinite articles Part 1-2: Numbers 1-10 and where one lives Part 1-3: Days of the week, numbers 1-21, age, birthdays Part 1-4: Numbers 1-31, birthdays and festivals and ‘de’ - possession Part 1-5: Time: On the hour and regular ‘-er’ verbs in the present tense Preparation time for each resource: 30 minutes - 1 hour (introducing new vocabulary and also the transcript for the listening activity) Lesson length: 1 hour - 1.5 hours In terms of the listening activity, unfortunately, I am unable to upload the sound file onto this website, however the listening transcripts are available for each resource which you can read out to your students. Alternatively, please do not hesitate to message me at and I will send you the sound file for each resource. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Je parle de moi

Je parle de moi

This is a set of resources on describing myself and talking about myself and what I do. It focuses on second verb infinitive structures as well as the present tense.
MrLoutre
Year 11 Test La Famille

Year 11 Test La Famille

This is a Reading, Vocab & Writing Assesment on Family, lasting 45 mn to 1h. It includes a long reading activity with 3 exercises, 9 short vocab and grammar tasks and a Writing task. This fully editable resource is suitable for the new GCSE Higher exam and can be adapted for As Level.
jeromsauvin
Revision Test for Year 7-9

Revision Test for Year 7-9

This comprehensive General Assesment is aimed at Year 7-9 students. Test lasts between 45 mn to 1h . It includes a 9 short vocab and grammar task and some Reading and Writing tasks. This fully editable resource is useful to revise basic French. Instructions are given in French
jeromsauvin
French – Conversation Cards – Questions and Answers.

French – Conversation Cards – Questions and Answers.

This is a set of 28 question cards and 28 answer cards to get your pupils speaking to each other in French and great to use as starters for target language practice. They include questions about name age, likes, favourites, preferences, family, daily routine, and many more. These fun colourful cards can be printed and cut into individual question and answer cards to be used in several different ways, depending on the ability and confidence of your students: Both question and answer cards can be given to students in pairs to practice a conversation. (Easier level) Question cards only given to pairs to practice a conversation. Students will need to form their own answers. (Middle level) Students are only given the answer cards and need to use these to form the relevant questions. (Harder level) It is essential that pupils can ask questions (not just answer them). Regular practice of these question and answer sessions will allow them to get used to asking questions and be able to formulate further questions independently.
cgazzal
Claim the parcel translation game La Personnalite

Claim the parcel translation game La Personnalite

Claim the parcel translation game Activity for revising/practising personality in French. You have a table with different verbs tenses/sentences and project it on your interactive whiteboard/wall. In groups of 2 (max 3) they write the answer in French to one of the parcels/boxes on their mini white boards, come to you at the front of the class (you check) and if they have the answer correct they can claim the parcel/box. You write their names/team name on a post it notes and stick it over the parcel/box on the interactive whiteboard. Then, no one can do this parcel/box anymore. The winner is the group to have most parcels/boxes claimed at the end. It worked really well with Yr8 classes this week. Don’t forget to feedback!
kbreizh
Year 7: j'habite + countries and opinions, differentiated practice

Year 7: j'habite + countries and opinions, differentiated practice

Differentiated worksheet to practise saying where you live in French, using different countries, expressions describing the surroundings (sea side, mountains, village, big city) and adding some basic opinions. Only 1st person singular used. Bronze: translating into English, j’habite + countries and some basic opinions. Silver: translating into English, similar to bronze but with some longer expressions (at the sea side, in a village, etc) and some intensifiers added. Gold: translating into French. Good to use with Expo 1.
Anastasi92
WJEC French Role Plays - Family

WJEC French Role Plays - Family

A foundation and a higher role play on the topic of ‘family’, for the WJEC exam board new specification French GCSE. Each role play has a student’s card, a teacher’s card and a ‘script’ of possible answers. This is a sample of a full role-play workbook, which I have adapted for WJEC from my AQA role-play workbook (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-french-gcse-speaking-workbook-role-plays-11733517)
katelanguages
Translation Race - Description

Translation Race - Description

This activity can be used for either French or Spanish at KS3. Students are given 5 sentences in English on the topic of descriptions to translate into the target language in increasing difficulty. They must work in groups or pairs to translate them one at a time getting them checked by you and correcting as quickly as possible. Full instructions are included in the activity. This activity is fantastic for developing students writing and proof reading skills and for addressing common mistakes in an engaging fashion. Could be extended by asking students to pick a sentence and extending it as far as they can. Makes a good plenary task. Works well with the Studio 1 textbook, module 1.
MFLActivities
Sur la photo il y a/  Basic photo description board game/Who do you see on the photo/year 7,8,9

Sur la photo il y a/ Basic photo description board game/Who do you see on the photo/year 7,8,9

This board game is differentiated, with support and stretch task on the second slide. The main aim is to practise vocabulary whilst playing. Student enjoy using the dice and say the sentence in French. The higher ability can say what they see and also describe clothing and appearance. I would recommend using foam dice which you could purchase online at a very low cost. Seeing that in their future French exam, students will be required to describe a photo for their speaking and writing task, it is essential that our KS3 classes start practising and building this skill. This will work nicely with any groups, I have tried it, they love it!
stannadia