KS3 French: My Monster poem

KS3 French: My Monster poem

Pupils have already created their own monsters and can describe their body parts. This lesson (could be 2 lessons) helps pupils to write their own poem comparing the monster's body parts to other objects!
hasslethehog
Une comptine - introduction to French literature

Une comptine - introduction to French literature

A lesson to introduce literature early in year 7 French (or in primary school if you are adventurous). It is based on a popular authentic French nursery rhyme. Each activity is differentiated. The lesson plan is very explicit but there is room for changes if you want to adapt some of the activities or change them. This is a great way to introduce literature progressively early in KS3 based on the new National Curriculum recommendations. This will also allow an easier transition when literature becomes compulsory at KS4 in MFL in the new specifications. This is the first of a series of resources dedicated to the teaching of authentic literary materials in French.
MrJGarnier
Jacques Prevert CCEA A2 Unit3 workbook

Jacques Prevert CCEA A2 Unit3 workbook

This resource includes all poems specified in the CCEA specification for A2 teaching starting September 2017. Vocabulary is included as well as a starter worksheet for each poem. You can download the PDF version or the Word version if you wish to make changes to the workbook.
Iloveparis68
Mes animaux- Poeme.

Mes animaux- Poeme.

Pupils will consolidate their understanding of sentence structure and gain new vocabulary through the study of a simple poem. They will also be expected to use their own knowledge to make sense of certain vocabulary items.
GaelleLH
300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

This is a 25% sample of my very popular resource. The full resource can be found by searching for '300 generic lesson activities'. (Following its success in the summer sale, I have kept the sale price of £3). The description for the full file is as follows: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor
whizzbangbang
Write your own surreal French poem based on Dans Paris by Paul Éluard

Write your own surreal French poem based on Dans Paris by Paul Éluard

Instructions and guidance to invent own surreal poem in the style of Dans Paris by Paul Éluard. Instructions are in English and there is a list of conjugated verbs in French and English that pupils could substitute. A basic writing grid is supplied. Please note that the full poem is not included - just a few quotes. The sharp-eyed will notice that the original poem uses the past historic but the supplied verbs are given in the perfect tense for reasons of sanity.
twainman
Les animaux et un poeme

Les animaux et un poeme

A fun PPT presentation on animals! pupils will start by learning vocabulary through repetition and games then progress onto sentence structure using a simple poem. The presentation includes an introduction to a few phonetic symbols (some vowels and semi-consonants) that they will get the opportunity to practise (with sounds included). They will then create their own poem with using adjectives listed per sound patterns. This resource is ideal to improve pronunciation and is in line with the new National Framework. The presentation comprises 80 slides and can be used over several lessons. Also, included, the list of adjectives and a template for pupils to write up their finished poem.
GaelleLH
Familiale (French poetry)

Familiale (French poetry)

This powerpoint presentation presents the poem 'Familiale' by Jacques Prevert and gets students to analyse it step by step. The vocabulary is quite symbol and it is suitable for Year 9 students onwards.
didierdelph
Les animaux- Bundle

Les animaux- Bundle

This resource includes a fun PPT presentation on animals (80 slides) to learn vocabulary through repetition and games, activities based on a simple poem and an introduction to French phonetics (with sounds included). Also, provided, the list of adjectives classified by sound pattern and a template for pupils to write up their finished poem, a word search, a decoding and crossword activity, a reading task on the poem, a matching up worksheet, a fun animal word creating activity and a task aimed at consolidating the understanding of sentence structure. This resources should be used over several lessons or as a short project. It considers progression and the requirements of the new National Framework.
GaelleLH
French - 'L'automne' poem lesson

French - 'L'automne' poem lesson

Introduce the well-known poem 'L'Automne' using the PPT and use the worksheet alongside it. The poem goes through the poem, using the words and images for certain parts of the poem to aid understanding. Pupils do gap-fill on the worksheet whilst listening and watching the presentation. By the end of the detailed presentation, pupils will be able to write their own version of the poem in French, using support.
TheMFLTeacher
IDEAS FOR POETRY DAY FOR MFL TEACHERS

IDEAS FOR POETRY DAY FOR MFL TEACHERS

This resource is suitable for KS3 but can be used with KS2. It is an excellent method of creating poetry for all abilities and for revising dictionary skills, both for nouns and adjectives. The poems can be written over 1-2 lessons with the possibility of a homework to produce a display ready piece of work. Students of all abilities are able to produce a good piece of writing and the most able can write more complex sentences with little teacher input. I have successfully used these resources with adult beginners. Above all the students enjoy being creative.
kcottam