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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. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
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
French Trios - A La Maison

French Trios - A La Maison

Let your children create funky French sentences with these cards. With the topic of The House, each sentence will have three parts to it. How to use French Trios • Children can make French sentences using the cards. • Sentences can be silly or sensible. • Each card has either un, deux or, trois written in the top right corner. This shows you which card can be used when. • Each sentence must have a card saying un, deux and trois in it. • The cards marked un reinforce people in the family. • The cards marked deux reinforce activities around the house. • The cards marked trois reinforce things such as rooms, people and times.
sav11e
Maison et Meubles (House and Furniture in French) Jeu des Sept Familles

Maison et Meubles (House and Furniture in French) Jeu des Sept Familles

Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-6 students. The object of the game is to collect a full family - 6 cards. The player with the most families at the end is the winner. Deal 6 cards per person. Remaining cards are placed in a draw pile. Player 1 asks a player of his/her choice for a card belonging to a specific family. In order to make the request, the player must already have at least 1 card belonging to that family. “Dans la famille (cuisine), je demande (specific card).” If that player has the card, he/she hands it over. Player 1 continues asking for cards until he/she does not get what is requested, at which time he/she draws a card from the pile. Player 2 then takes his/her turn.
jer520
Dans ma maison (revision)

Dans ma maison (revision)

This worksheet was set as part of the revision (house, rooms, there is/isn't), before moving on to furniture. It can also be used for cover work. It includes fill in the gaps, translation, match up, label the rooms, a reading (true or false) and a writing. Let me know if you found it useful :) Merci bien !
steph_brth
La maison bizarre (label the rooms of the house)

La maison bizarre (label the rooms of the house)

Here is my own version of la maison bizarre. First, students need to read the text in order to label the rooms of the house in French. Then, they draw the rooms. I've set this task as a homework for year 7 and motivated them with prizes available for best 3 works! Please let me know if you found it useful :) Merci bien!
steph_brth
French lesson My House

French lesson My House

KS3 French resource to describe a house. A 27 slides PPT to introduce the rooms/floors, to practice using il y a/il n'y a pas de and to give your opinion. A worksheet with different activities for students to accompany the PPT.
audebie
La maison

La maison

This lesson includes a presentation focusing both on grammar and vocabulary of my house, as well as several worksheets (reading, translation, vocabulary...)
MrLoutre
Table setting in French

Table setting in French

Learn the French vocabulary you need to talk about dishes, meals and setting the table. Teach your students how to set the table in French. Basic table setting, and the order of plates and utensils.
magistramagistrae
New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

A collection of twenty-four 90-word questions covering the whole of the new French GCSE course. Each of the three booklets (one per theme) contains eight questions, with four bullet points each, encouraging the students to refer to present, past and future events, as well as to include opinions.
corcuera