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Studio 3 vert/rouge Module 4 C'est indispensable / Les vacances du petit Nicolas

Studio 3 vert/rouge Module 4 C'est indispensable / Les vacances du petit Nicolas

This lesson is based on the vocabulary and objectives covered in Studio 3 vert/rouge Module 4 C'est indispensable! I have also added a bit of culture with an reading extract from "Les vacances du Petit Nicolas" *INCLUDE TIMERS* The objective is to be able to talk about what you take on holiday. and to use reflexive verbs. 2/3 lessons worth depending on ability Activities included: -Reading comprehension from "Les vacances du petit Nicolas" -Vocab match ups (things you could take on holiday) -Speaking activity (Que vois-tu sur la photo?) -Writing activity about what pupils take on holiday (word document for suitcase template) -Vocab test but could be adapted as translation activity -reflexive verbs match up from the book+ extensions -Reflexive grammar slide -Reflexive verbs nought and crosses (with gifs!) -Miming activity -Match up activities with objects Notes: *you will need to print Slides for match ups (screenshot in full screen for better results) *Once you have downloaded resource, you will be able to remove "SAMPLE" wordart.
aud0p
Joyeux Noël !

Joyeux Noël !

PowerPoint presentations, Flashcards, French Advent Calendar, games ... Everything you need for your students this December.
Mamzelle
French Christmas- Lettre au Père Noël

French Christmas- Lettre au Père Noël

Power Point presenting a good example of a letter written to Santa. Students are encouraged to write their own letter changing the highlighted parts of the letters by their own personalised ones. It can easily be differentiated for different levels, expecting more or less highlighted parts to be personalised.
Mamzelle
Le lievre et la tortue - Worksheet

Le lievre et la tortue - Worksheet

An easily readable text, new vocabulary words, a short infinitive exercise and an intellectual entertainment are proposed to students. The teacher will find all the solutions on the pages reserved for him. For 3rd level students in French
Monajune
Studio 3 vert  Module 3 A l'horizon

Studio 3 vert Module 3 A l'horizon

Includes unit 1,2, 3 and 5 Le monde est un villlage Mon avenir Du matin au soir Mes ambitions + revision lesson Click on each lesson for further information about individual lessons
aud0p
Studio vert 3 -Module 3 A l'horizon-Unit 2  Le monde est un village

Studio vert 3 -Module 3 A l'horizon-Unit 2 Le monde est un village

*2 lessons on Module 3 Unit 2 le monde est un village (on peut/infinitives) *Crossword Lesson 1 This lesson is aimed at a Year 9 group. It is based on the Studio vert 3 book Module 3 Unit 2. The topic is: Le monde est un village Objectives: learning languages, using on peut. Saying what you can do with languages. This pack incudes: - A lesson and working plan -The main powerpoint lesson with comments for each activity / also include fun timers -A differentiated worksheet for the listening Lesson: -Starter: dictionary race -Introducing "On peut" with video -Find the French for -Listening ex4p57 adapted and differentiated for bottom/top set -Answers of listening included in slide -True or false game -Nought and crosses plenary This was an observed lesson which my year 9 group enjoyed. Lesson 2 Objective: to review "on peut+infinitive" This resource is a lesson based on the Studio vert 3 book- Module 3-Unit2- I used it as a reinforcement lesson to review "on peut" and develop reading skills. It is mainly a reading activity about learning languages. The powerpoint includes: - a starter- unjumble infinitives (vocab from the book) -a short review on how to use On peut+infinitive - a reading activity : One slide with instructions 2 slides: 1- Football player- a list of reasons why learning a language could be useful for that job. 2- Flight attendant- a list of reasons why learning a language could be useful/beneficial for that job. I have create the reasons myself using vocabulary from the book.
aud0p
French assessment

French assessment

This could be a baseline assessment for the start of the year, or used for a termly one dependent on what you teach. Appropriate for years 5, 6, 7, 8 - assesses understanding of short sentences, greetings, colours etc. Reading section, writing section and labelling
helpea
{NEW French A-level} Year 1 - La famille en voie de changement - Nouvelles tendances NEW UPDATE!!

{NEW French A-level} Year 1 - La famille en voie de changement - Nouvelles tendances NEW UPDATE!!

You will get the first five lessons to teach the first unit of the Year 1 new French A-level. This resource includes: - A power-point which covers 5 lessons on family (introduction on topic, new tendencies and family types, wedding) - an article from newspapers to practise summary skills - Who wants to be a millionaire to introduce the topic with facts and statistics - Plenty of speaking questions and opportunities to discuss the topic - Several translation activities with exam skills (scaffolded to approach this difficult exercise) - Grammar on the imperfect tense - Kinesthetic activity on mariage (for or against marriage?) - Analysis of definitions of key words and plenty of questions to help your students think - Scaffolded reading exercise on marriage (extract from the Oxford textbook) - How to analyse data exam skill Please check this resource regularly as I will update it this term as I teach it! Plenty more resources to come with your purchase! I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on the activities, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would advise you to get the Oxford AQA French textbook as well as Kerboodle and all the new ZigZag booklets. See details under the slides. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden
MllePierre
GCSE Grammar Literature quotes

GCSE Grammar Literature quotes

Pack of grammar activities that can be used as activities, revisions, or homework covering 29 grammar points from the new French GCSE (covering the entire curriculum), using quotes from French books (classics, best-sellers, children and young adult literature...) to develop the use of authentic resources in the classroom. Every activity is based on five to six quotes containing that specific grammar point. Some questions are fairly easy and some quite challenging to cover all abilities, but you can also design your own questions about the quotes. The word document (and PDF) contains the question sheet with the quotes for the students, the teacher's guides with the answers, and the quotes are annotated to answer some questions the students might have, or to push the more able linguists. All the quotes are also presented on a PowerPoint.
margotmarousez