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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
Ma ville - KS4 lesson starters

Ma ville - KS4 lesson starters

This powerpoint contains 5 starter activities for the topic of family based on AQA vocabulary and phrases. They increase in difficulty and follow the progression of the textbook to be used across several lessons. The starter activities consist of: Name (different relevant vocabulary); Put the words in the correct order; Positive or negative?; Quick quiz and Tense identification activities. Each activity also includes a challenge extension task. These activities could also be used as plenaries or activities during a lesson.
MFLActivities
Translation Race - KS3 Town

Translation Race - KS3 Town

This activity can be used for either French or Spanish at KS3. Students are given 5 sentences in English on the topic of town to translate into the target language in increasing difficulty. They must work in groups or pairs to translate them one at a time getting them checked by you and correcting as quickly as possible. Full instructions are included in the activity. This activity is fantastic for developing students writing and proof reading skills and for addressing common mistakes in an engaging fashion. Could be extended by asking students to pick a sentence and extending it as far as they can. Makes a good plenary task.
MFLActivities
Dessinez une ville

Dessinez une ville

Creative group writing activity to encourage students to use a range of tenses and vocabulary in their writing. Once completed ask each group to present their work to the class, encourage active listening by gathering feedback from listening groups or asking them to answer questions about the other groups’ work. Key vocabulary to support students included on the power point. Ideal for year 9 up. Differentiated by type of town the group is asked to design, entertainment and tourism would be better suited to lower ability groups and eco-town would be suited to higher ability. You may also choose to adapt the fourth person’s task for lower ability classes.
MFLActivities
Ma ville idéale

Ma ville idéale

Two resources (fill in the gaps of adjectives and writing frame) on the topic of my ideal town.
MrLoutre
French Trios - En Ville

French Trios - En Ville

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 jobs. -The cards marked deux reinforce activities. -The cards marked trois reinforce things such as places and times.
sav11e
Tu veux sortir

Tu veux sortir

These resources focus on the vocabulary of going out, or making excuses to not go out.
MrLoutre
Dans mon village

Dans mon village

This is a set of resources on the topic of my town, and what there is in my town, including some reading activities and lists of vocabulary to complete. It also touches on directions.
MrLoutre
J'habite en France

J'habite en France

Set of resources to explore French cities and practice vocabulary of where I live. This includes maps of France that students can label with cities, a larger version of the map and names that can be used for whole class activity on the board, and a presentation to go with it. I like to finish this off with a video of Les Machines de l'Ile de Nantes to give students a little insight of what is produced and created in France.
MrLoutre
Dans ma ville

Dans ma ville

List of vocabulary of things there are in your town along with phrases to start a sentence about what there is in your town that students can fill in.
MrLoutre