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Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain - Booklet + guide to writing a film review

Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain - Booklet + guide to writing a film review

Here's a guided worksheet to complete as you watch the movie. It focuses mainly on developing vocabulary and enhancing comprehension but can be supported by class discussion. The second worksheet is a follow-on from the booklet and gives students the opportunity to read a film review for 'Amélie', look at how to write a film review, and plan their own review. The level of difficulty is A2/B1, accessible for students who have been learning French for 2-3 years at least. It is a great opportunity for students to gain an insight into French culture. Watching the movie and completing the booklet would take up to 5-6 hours. The film review worksheet would take about an hour to complete and the review can be set as an assessed task or a homework
Kamol
Let's Learn French Active Lesson - I went to Market

Let's Learn French Active Lesson - I went to Market

This Active Learning Lesson has 20 colourful Powerpoint slides about 'I went to market' The Powerpoint speaks so that ​the kids can hear the correct ​pronunciation and they can ​practise saying the words. There are pictures and photos of the movements associated with each phrase or word. The movements improve concentration, core strength, agility, balance and coordination. There are lots more fun Active Learning sessions available including: animals, shapes, my body and my family. The sessions cover numbers, days, seasons, colours and much more! Available as separate subjects or as a whole package
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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
On s'amuse (French Entertainment) Vocabulary PowerPoint

On s'amuse (French Entertainment) Vocabulary PowerPoint

168 slides to introduce and practice vocabulary for talking about movies, books, TV and music. Many labeling activities. Several partner / class speaking activities included. Teacher instructions are included in the notes section of the slides for speaking activities.
jer520
AQA 9-1 GRADED SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 1

AQA 9-1 GRADED SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 1

A graded scheme of work based on the new 9-1 system for AQA - including graded objectives for each lesson and BRITISH VALUES, CROSS CURRICULAR opportunities. Ideal to have for OFSTED purposes and easy to follow. See my other resources - Y2 also available.
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