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Listening on topic of Jobs. Develop listening skills instead of testing them.

Listening on topic of Jobs. Develop listening skills instead of testing them.

This is a resource to accompany the expo 3 vert unit 2 listening assessment tracks on the topic of Jobs. It is designed to develop pupils' listening skills, rather than test their listening. The listening tracks are available to download from the Pearson website at http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/Secondary/GlobalPages/ExpoVertDownload.aspx

By veverett

A Level French Grammar points with Practice

A Level French Grammar points with Practice

Below is a selection of various grammar points in PPT and word formats for A Level students . _8 PPT presentations cover the following points : Pronouns, Adjectives, Subjunctive, Prepositions Comparatives, Relative pronouns, Indirect Speech, Perfect, Imperfect Tenses. _ You also have 2 Grammar booklets and conjugation exercises to practice these various grammar points.

By jeromsauvin

Prepared for your French exam?/Familiarise yourself with question words and instructions in French

Prepared for your French exam?/Familiarise yourself with question words and instructions in French

Series of activities to enable students to understand common question words and instructions in French. This PowerPoint is aimed at a year 9/10 class who would be sitting the new French exams. I created this presentation understanding that a lot of students do not understand simple instructions on the new GCSE exam papers and therefore cannot address them. Tasks: Keywords with multi-choice answers. Show the correct answer. You can either print A,B,C,D and ask students to work in pairs or as a group. Re-order the instructions with the help of the English translation. This task can be done on mini-whiteboards. 20 cards with questions need to be printed, laminated and cut. Then distribute to students who will need to find the matching English translation. An handout was created for student to match up. The answer sheet is also added to this resource Plenary: Look at the photo and write two questions about it. Feedback: Self assessment

By stannadia

Reading practice on the World of work in French/Year 9/10

Reading practice on the World of work in French/Year 9/10

This resource is aimed at a KS4 audience. It is differentiated throughout. Tasks: Fill in your progress tracker Recall past vocabulary on the world of work Categorise the sentences: the advantages and disadvantages of work Answers on the next slide. Use the sentences on the answer slide, print, muddle up and distribute to students to categorise. Extension provided Slide on three tenses differentiated. Students have to spot the past tense and explain the patterns Think Pair Share: how can we approach a difficult text and understand the meanings? Strategies used Tips given. Reading task given on the world of work. This task is differentiated, one slide with the text and no support, another slide provided with keywords underlined to promote understanding. Higher ability students can answer the questions without any help and can challenge themselves with an additional writing task. Multiple choice questions on the same text for lower ability students. Try to laminate the slide entitled les avantages/inconvenients /print and cut the phrases to categorise to engage the class. Excellent feedback provided as this was used for one of my observation. Plenary: Fill in your progress tracker about your learning

By stannadia

Les métiers (Jobs/occupations in French) 3 lessons! Y6  5th Grade

Les métiers (Jobs/occupations in French) 3 lessons! Y6 5th Grade

This topic is about the jobs/occupations in French. Children will learn some jobs (37 in total!!), say what their parents' occupations are and say what they would like to be when they grow up. (Places in the city should have been done before this topic.) These lessons are suited for Y6 (5th Grade) and beyond. This topic will last 3 weeks (1 hour lesson per week). There are lots of activities, dialogues and games. The 5 skills (listening, understanding, speaking, writing and reading) are all present. With cute and happy cartoons, the topics are adapted for children and motivate them to learn French while having fun! It is made for teachers who speak French but also those who don't! The lessons are all very easy to follow. The lesson plan and audio sounds of the vocabulary are there to help you learn and pronounce the words beforehand! It includes: - 4 Powerpoint presentations - 1 lesson plan - 1 lesson sheet ( with all the key vocabulary: for the children to stick in their books) - 1 HA worksheet (Assessment) - 1 LA worksheet (Assessment) - 1 Card game to cut out - 1 word search - 2 smartboard activities (Smart Notebook software) - Audio clips of vocabulary (in the powerpoints to practice beforehand) - Information documents (About, Advice and tips, Copyright)

By Mr-French

New French GCSE Speaking Game (revision)

New French GCSE Speaking Game (revision)

Colour-coded board game for GCSE Speaking revision. Topics covered: Moi et ma famille, Ma ville, Mes loisirs, Mon collège. Questions can be edited. First student to reach the end wins the game.

By ofi1983