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New French GCSE - Writing exam: practice papers and Feedback sheets

New French GCSE - Writing exam: practice papers and Feedback sheets

Three sets of writing papers, following the new French GCSE specification (AQA). Each individual set includes two papers (foundation and higher) covering one of the three themes (Identity and culture, Local, regional, international and global areas of interest and Current and future study and employment), as well as an overview of the requirements of the exam and a foundation and a higher "check list" to provide the students with quick, personalised feedback for each question. Also available in Spanish: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-writing-exam-practice-papers-and-feedback-sheets-11729983
corcuera
4 gap fill exercises - topic Self & Family -based on the new French GCSE spec.

4 gap fill exercises - topic Self & Family -based on the new French GCSE spec.

4 exam-style gap fill exercises to test pupils' knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. Great practice for a style of question which many pupils find difficult. Useful as a series of starters, part of a carousel of activities, or as GoogleTranslate-proof homework! Graded from easy to more difficult, allowing you to differentiate by task if you wish. Instructions in English. Answers in a separate PDF (included).
Dominic-Cook
10 new (chunk-based) GCSE revision quickies (2018)

10 new (chunk-based) GCSE revision quickies (2018)

TOPICS; daily routine, school, health and lifestyle, family relationships and my 'universals' Research shows clearly that teaching vocabulary through patterns and collocations is a much more effective way than teaching single words. Although I have always endeavoured to teach words in context and phrases, this collection of quickies is more au fait with current vocab research. As a result, here is a new set of GCSE revision quickies that are chunk-based and focus on collocation and lexical priming. These new quickies complement the ones I have previously created beautifully in my opinion. Why you should use them: they reflect the way humans learn languages - through chunks and lexical patterns rather than single words. So the focus here is on developing a repertoire of ready-to-use phrases recycled over and over again.
gianfrancoconti1966
French Perfect Tense – All you need!

French Perfect Tense – All you need!

This bundle will take several lessons and contains detailed resources that introduce each aspect of the Perfect Tense – regular avoir verbs, irregular avoir verbs, être verbs, reflexive verbs, and the negative with all verb types. Furthermore there is a murder mystery pack based on the perfect tense. The murder mystery set of resources was used for both Ofsted and internally reviews lessons, which were rated as 'outstanding'. Each resource set contains Power Points with accompanying worksheets. It introduces, explains and tests understanding of all aspects of the perfect tense in a step-by-step format.
cgazzal
Football Fever - French

Football Fever - French

Kick off on the right foot with your class with this exciting resource which contains hundreds of photocopiable pictures, games, puzzles, surveys and quiz questions on: - Core Language (non technical): Me and Football • Fans and Players • Food & Drink, Clothes • Travel, Weather, Body • First Aid Kit • Shopping for Souvenirs • Mood of the Match • Adjectives, Verbs • Numbers and Time - Additional Language: At The Big Match • Inside the Stadium • Some of the Action • Some of the Rules • My Favourite Player • Match Report Age: 10 – Adult Level: Beginners to Intermediate KS2/3/4 124 pages.
linguascope
French: Days of the week

French: Days of the week

This powerpoint introduces the days of the week in French to learners for the first time or it can be revision. Not only are there numerous activities with differentiation to reinforce one's learning, but it also incorporates other elements such as birthdays, years in French, age and numbers from 1-31. Definitely a very useful tool! This presentation is targeted at either Key Stage 2 or 3 learners. Happy teaching and learning!
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