Whole lesson power point presentation and handout on using perfect tense irregular verbs to say what you did; using time expressions to say when you did things.
Lesson activities include:
- Introducing a range of key verb infinitives (all are irregular past participles) which will be used in the lesson. Students translate into English.
- Recapping how to form the perfect tense with Avoir. Students then conjugate the irregular past participle verbs into the first person singular and plural (je and nous).
- Reading task: Students read a postcard about what someone did in Paris and find the equivalent French sentences which correspond to the English ones given.
- Reading task: Students read the postcard again and note the letters of the pictures in the order they are mentioned in the text.
- Recapping the days of the week. Students translate into English.
- Introducing a range of time expressions. Students translate into English.
- Listening task: Students listen to a conversation between two friends and note down in English what Aïcha did in Paris and when.
- Listening pronunciation task: Students listen and repeat the words and questions featuring the sounds u and ou.
- Speaking task: Working in pairs and using the diary supplied (assuming that today is Saturday), students take it in turn to ask and answer questions about what they have done in Paris.
- Writing task: Using the diary from the previous task students write a blog about what they did in Paris and when. Sentence starters using time expressions as well as connectives are provided.
- Listening task: Students listen to and read a rap about what someone did in Paris. Some support vocabulary is provided for support.
Suitable for KS2 and KS3 French teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up as you click. Based on the Studio 2 Rouge Course.
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