Elementary school French resources: human rights

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5 Video Resources for A Level French

5 Video Resources for A Level French

Attached is a bundle of 5 Videos resources with with a comprehension worksheets and transcription on various A Level topics: Immigration, New Technologies, Heritage, Volunteering and Tourisme. These video are an excellent way to broaden student's knowledge, improve their listening skills and elicit conversations and debates.

By jeromsauvin

GCSE: 8 reading comprehension exercises

GCSE: 8 reading comprehension exercises

a large bundle of all the GCSE/AS reading comprehension exercises I have been using and perfecting over the years: texts and questions on 'my area/where I live; sports (doping); environment (car sharing), work experience abroad (au pair, charity work, year abroad), my holidays, and my area. An excellent collection of resources to revise and assess students' reading comprehension skills.

By florenceyo

Bangladeshi factory fire reading comprehension

Bangladeshi factory fire reading comprehension

An authentic resource - an article from 1jour1actu.fr about the collapse of a clothes factory in Bangladesh with comprehension activities to help students to understand the article. I find that students are always really proud of themselves when told that the article has come from a real French newspaper! I don't tell them it's a newspaper for kids!

By Nabourke

Les Restos du coeur/ Non-governmental organisations

Les Restos du coeur/ Non-governmental organisations

This resource will be interesting for intermediate students (KS4, IGCSE, IB and A-Level) to work on the topic 'Non-governmental organisations" (on the example of one of the most famous non-governmental organisations in France 'Les Restos du coeur'. Students will listen to the podcast and fill the gaps in the text. This resource will develop students listening skills. After listening students need to answer the questions to check their general comprehension of the text and to speak about some topics mentionned in the text. It can help them to develop speaking skills. In addition to it, I propose you to work on an official song of Les Restos du coeur using a video clip (students need to watch the clip and to fill the gaps in the song).

By olgab8

A Complete Guide to the French GCSE New Specifications - Themes 1-3, All Topics.

A Complete Guide to the French GCSE New Specifications - Themes 1-3, All Topics.

This bundle covers all 3 themes and is broken down into all 12 topics of the new GCSE specifications, which are all sold separately. The work contained in this huge bundle is enough for two or three terms. The bundle contains lengthy Power Points for each topic/ sub-theme. For each of the 12 topics there is: a Power Points are broken down into sections: 1) Grammar; 2) Listening; 3) Reading and Writing; and 4) Speaking. There are a large number of different worksheets to accompany exercises on the Power Points; and transcripts for the listening activities as well as answers for the activities. The wide range of exercises include: vocabulary match-ups; verb and tenses exercises; listening comprehensions with different tasks; numerous reading comprehensions with different types of exercises to complete; translations into English and into French; photo stimuli for written tasks; blog writing tasks; role-play cards (foundation and higher); photo cards for speaking activities and questions related to the general conversation section of the speaking exam.

By cgazzal

French GCSE New Specifications -Theme 2 – Local, national, international and global areas of interest

French GCSE New Specifications -Theme 2 – Local, national, international and global areas of interest

This covers the whole of Theme 2, Topics 1- 4. The work contained in this large bundle is enough for at least a complete half term. The bundle contains lengthy Power Points for each topic/ sub-theme. The Power Points are broken down into sections: 1) Grammar; 2) Listening; 3) Reading and Writing; and 4) Speaking. There are a large number of different worksheets to accompany exercises on the Power Points; and transcripts for the listening activities as well as answers for the activities. The wide range of exercises include: vocabulary match-ups; verb and tenses exercises; listening comprehensions with different tasks; numerous reading comprehensions with different types of exercises to complete; translations into English and into French; photo stimuli for written tasks; blog writing tasks; role-play cards (foundation and higher); photo cards for speaking activities and questions related to the general conversation section of the speaking exam.

By cgazzal

Respect Week

Respect Week

This lesson is a powerpoint presentation designed for an S1 class. In this lesson pupils are asked to reflect on the notion of respect, they explore article 15 of the UNCRC, work co-operatively and design a French poster about respect using the vocabulary of a match-up activity.

By MyTeachingVoice