Secondary French resources: numbers

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GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

This is a comprehensive and interactive PPT with 42 slides on greetings and personal information. The first part goes through the various ways of greetings, both formal and informal. The second part looks at how to ask and respond to a range of personal information: name, age, phone number, date of birth, where I live and come from, nationality, job, where you work. It is followed by some practice and a who's who game with pictures of famous people. It is suitable for KS3 students but I also found it very useful for KS4 students in preparation for the role-plays, as they often forget how to ask and respond properly to basic questions.

By jeromsauvin

KS2 Taster Lesson (French)

KS2 Taster Lesson (French)

This is a taster lesson for KS2 pupils in French. It follows the theme of food technology (making croissants) but also covers a little general knowledge as a starter activity, culture and numeracy. It may seem slightly complicated but the language (following a recipe) is really repetitive so pupils will be able to grasp it. I used this over a period of an hour and had French handwriting sheets on standby just in case pupils finished early and wanted to practise writing out the recipe in that particular style, just to add a little extra something to their experience. Lots of pupils wanted to take the handwriting sheets home to write out the recipe in their own time. This was used with Y5 pupils from inner city schools at a mixed, comprehensive secondary school. It took a long time to make so please, enjoy!

By deutschelehrerin

Grammar/vocabulary booklet & exercise booklet

Grammar/vocabulary booklet & exercise booklet

This pack includes a 58 pages grammar/vocabulary/pronunciation booklet and a 24 pages exercise booklet that covers the vocabulary units of the grammar booklet. Both are available in PDF and word document. You can print them as units, worksheets or as entire booklets. You can use them as stand alone, revision for an assessment or as a guide for the whole year.

By LeGaulois

BACK TO SCHOOL PRIMARY FRENCH - 12 QUICK VOCABULARY QUIZZES

BACK TO SCHOOL PRIMARY FRENCH - 12 QUICK VOCABULARY QUIZZES

A GREAT WAY TO REFRESH FRENCH AFTER THE SUMMER HOLIDAY AND TO SEE WHAT YOUR NEW LEARNERS KNOW! PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS AND PRACTISING VOCABULARY IN FRENCH - 120 ESSENTIAL WORDS AND PHRASES! PRIMARY FRENCH QUICK VOCABULARY QUIZZES SETS 1, 2 and 3 really do help to create a lively language learning environment, and offer a popular alternative e to more traditional vocabulary ‘drilling’ activities. Children can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their FRENCH vocabulary in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, in part independently of the teacher. The quizzes have a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling. It doesn’t matter if the featured vocabulary doesn’t correspond exactly to the language in your past, current, short or even longer-term learning plans - the quizzes are a great way of encouraging children to engage with both familiar and new language, and to feel confident using bilingual dictionaries. Use during lessons which focus specifically on these vocabulary groups, as well as as starters, plenaries or ’pick-me-ups’ at any time during the school year for maximum benefit! The sets feature words and phrases in the following vocabulary groups: - Colours - Days of the Week - Months and Seasons of the Year - Greetings - My family - Numbers 0-31 - Parts of the body - Everyday words and Conversation There are 120 words & phrases and four quizzes, each with a different challenge and skill focus: QUIZ 1: children write the ENGLISH word from a FRENCH prompt QUIZ 2: children write the FRENCH word from an ENGLISH prompt QUIZ 3: children can play in teams or individually, responding orally with the correct ENGLISH word from a written FRENCH prompt QUIZ 4: children can play in teams or individually, responding orally with the correct FRENCH word from a written ENGLISH prompt QUIZZES 3 and 4 are really useful for reading out loud and pronunciation practice too, and are also provided in pdf format so that children can use independently on tablets or similar devices - this is great if you're homeschooling too. The written quizzes are provided in 3 different formats to suit your particular preference: 12 FRENCH-ENGLISH quiz sheets; 12 ENGLISH-FRENCH quiz sheets; all 24 quiz sheets, alternately FRENCH and ENGLISH, which work really well if you can print and photocopy double-sided and prepare in a workbook format - children love to turn the page over and see how well they do ’the other way round’! This pack consists of 24 non-editable files in a zipped format. The sets are also available individually for £3. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single teacher/purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT !

By LivelyLearning

Fun Giant Crosswords BUNDLE

Fun Giant Crosswords BUNDLE

3 fun giant quiz crosswords puzzles to use throughout the year. These work especially well for completion by groups, with pupils working together, pooling their knowledge and enjoying the challenge of trying to finish before other groups. Printing in A3 is ideal but if you can only do A4, this works fine too. These crosswords were originally designed for Upper Key Stage 2 but will also suit some lower KS2 classes as well as some early KS3 classes. You could use these as Back to School / Start of Year activities with your new class in the first week back, at the start or end of any terms, for special events during the year or for early finisher activities. There's a Children's Book Crossword that would suit World Book Day or some other celebration of reading and authors. The Roald Dahl Crossword could also be used for World Book Day, on Roald Dahl Day or after a focus on this writer. There's also a Basic French Revision Crossword that works especially well at the beginning or end of the year to revise key vocabulary on greetings and introductions, numbers, dates, weather, colours, classroom objects etc. Solutions for all crosswords are included as are Answer Sheets, which contain the answers listed in alphabetical order. These can be given out for support where needed or just provided at the end for pupils to complete any part of the puzzle they are stuck on. Alternatively pupils could research missing answers. If you want two or all three of these crosswords, this bundle offers the best value. However, if you would only like one, you can get it individually by clicking on the relevant resource. You can also do this to find out more detailed information and see previews for them. The French Crossword is also available as part of some of my great value French resource bundles - click on the French Crossword and follow the links to see more about the bundles. I hope your pupils enjoy using these and I would be grateful for any reviews you can leave here on TES. Many thanks. Here are some of my other popular KS2 / early KS3 literacy resources: Imaginative Story Writing Prompts Super Sentences For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

French Numbers Bingo Game

French Numbers Bingo Game

A well-differentiated bingo /lotto game pack for children to have fun consolidating French numbers (les nombres / les numeros) with both simple number match and mental maths versions included. There are 2 sets of 6 boards for each of 0-40 and 0-100 – one set features the French number word, the other less challenging version features digits. Print and laminate as required. Both the 0-40 and 0-100 games also have two sets of bingo cards each – print page 1 to 3 if you want pupils to have mental maths calculations to match to the numbers on their boards. Alternatively print page 4-6 if you want French number words to match to the digit boards. For a medium level of challenge you could have groups using the digit boards with the mental maths calculation cards. Therefore this should suit a range of ages, abilities and French experience from Key Stage / KS2 (and equivalents) upwards. I hope this saves you some time. I would be grateful for a review if you can spare a moment. Many thanks. I use the following words for the four operations: plus - add moins - minus fois - times divisé par - divided by You can get this as part of this French numbers / maths bundle: French Numbers and Maths Bundle You can explore my other French basics resources by clicking on this bundle: Huge French Basics Bundle For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

French - Match the number 1 to 20

French - Match the number 1 to 20

A worksheet where the students have to match the digits to the French numbers, the numbers go from 1 to 21. Ideal for French at primary school, or start of Year 7.

By Annelise76

Quelle est la date?

Quelle est la date?

Powerpoint designed for new french learners or catch- up session on numbers, dates and days in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, writing and listening skills on: - answering the register - recapping the numbers from 1-20 (inc spellings) - introducing numbers from 21-30 (inc spellings) - recapping asking someone how old they are/how they feel today and their name and answers - asking and saying what the date is -recording the date in listening activities - suggestions for games - introduction to days of the week Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils

By isobel87

French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

Powerpoint and accompanying worksheet designed for new french learners to revise personal information, dates, days, months of the year, colours, numbers and en classe topics prior to end of unit test. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks include speaking, reading, written and listening skills. Things covered: - preparing answers for speaking - practising speaking in pairs and noting information down, including peer assessment - reading short sentences and matching up corresponding pictures - having to determine the correct adjective ending for colours - reading and answering questions from a longer paragraph of text - listening activities based on personal information, numbers and class instructions - dates, days and months of the year - extended writing about themselves Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils

By isobel87

French Stopwatch Starter Activity

French Stopwatch Starter Activity

A lesson starter to help recap vocabulary. Stopwatches and questions are printed and laminated and put on a French classroom board, or somewhere visible. At the start of the lesson, children sit in a circle and 'pass' the question around the circle whilst being timed - for example, a child would ask 'comment t'appelles-tu ?' to the child on their left, who would answer and then ask the child on their left, who would answer and then ask the child on their left etc until all children have asked and answered and then the timer stops, and the time is written on the stopwatch. Next time you practise, see if the children can beat their time. This helps improve confidence and is a fun way to get children speaking and revising vocabulary! In the document are some sample questions but the document is fully editable to add whatever your class needs.

By mmespicer