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Writing Frame: Past Holiday

Writing Frame: Past Holiday

A writing frame designed to be used with Expo 3 Module 4 On y va. It includes a variety of simple past perfect and imperfect sentences to write a description of a holiday. I have also included time phrases and sentences using the future and conditional tense.
joanneelsey
French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

This large bundle contains all you need for the future, present, perfect tenses in French. Each resource contains at least one PowerPoint and at least one worksheet to accompany it and they all start by introducing the tense in a clear step-by-step format, which ensures comprehension, with a large number of practice activities. Each PowerPoint contains grammar notes that pupils can record themselves to refer back to for revision/ future work. This method of grammar tutorials has been tried and tested over years of teaching. Tenses included: The Immediate Future The Simple Future The Present Tense – Regular Verbs The Present Tense – Irregular Verbs The Present Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Present Tense verbs The Perfect Tense – Avoir Verbs The Perfect Tense – Être Verbs The Perfect Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Perfect Tense Verbs
cgazzal
Booklet for FCSE French preparation_Holidays

Booklet for FCSE French preparation_Holidays

By printing the Power Point (Slides 1 to 8) you will have a booklet to prepare pupils for the FCSE French on the topic of holidays, I had designed it for Y9 pupils in 2012. It may be a bit outdated but you can adapt all slides. Note that slides 1, 6 and 8 are made of pictures of slides 12 to 16. There is a differentiated version. It includes texts in the present, past and future.
nolwenn
Vous avez passé de bonnes vacances? (Did you have a nice holiday?)

Vous avez passé de bonnes vacances? (Did you have a nice holiday?)

In this worksheet you will find a variety of conjugated verbs to describe a holiday using the passé composé (perfect tense), together with vocabulary to produce meaningful sentences. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
KS3 French: Connectives and time phrases (Perfect tense, holidays)

KS3 French: Connectives and time phrases (Perfect tense, holidays)

Worksheet containing an account of somebody's holiday in France (perfect tense). The text contains a number of connectives. Pupils have to find them and write them next to the English at the bottom of the sheet. The text also contains a number of time phrases like 'Après', ' le lendemain', which pupils can highlight. The text could also be used for reading comprehension. Good for developing writing skills, practising understanding of the perfect tense and for reinforcing the Holidays topic. (There are two copies of the exercise per A4 page; the sheet must be cut in half. Good for saving on photocopying, and makes it easy for students to stick into exercise books.)
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Le passé composé  en vacances - The French past tense on holidays with Mrs Vandertramp verbs.

Le passé composé en vacances - The French past tense on holidays with Mrs Vandertramp verbs.

This resource is an introduction on how to use the Mrs Vandertramp verbs in French past tense. It starts off by revising how to form the passé composé with verbs that take "avoir" as an auxiliary. There is an opportunity to formatively assess pupils' understanding on how to conjugate the past tense with avoir through a translation activity on MWBs, and the task is differentiated with support and challenge embedded within the instructions. Once the pupils are familiar with avoir verbs, the lesson moves on to introduce être verbs through the use of a song. The pupils are expected to write down the past participles for the être verbs that they see/hear in the video. Again this activity is differentiated by outcome, the verbs that the pupils are expected to find are colour-coded by traffic light colours. The pupils are also introduced to agreements of the past participles and tested on their understanding with a correct the errors activity. Finally, the main task of this lesson is a worksheet which is, again, differentiated by outcome. The pupils are given the choice on where they wish to start on the worksheet depending on how confident they feel. This sheet tests their understanding on which verbs take avoir or être. This lesson would fit seamlessly into a topic on holidays as all of the additional vocabulary is related to a holiday in Paris.
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