High school French resources: relationships

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PPT on various French topics

PPT on various French topics

This bundle consists of 8 interactive PPT presentations, on the most important GCSE vocab topics such as: _ Daily Routine _ Descriptions _ Food _ Weather _ Introducing oneself _ School _ Sports _ Shopping _ Holidays Each PPT is comprehensive, from 10 to more than 100 slides, and consists of a presentation followed by some practice. The vocabulary is contectualized in relevant and challenging activities. These PPT can be used throughout the year either to introduce the topic or to renforce it. It can also be used by students for independent learning. Bonne aventure!

By jeromsauvin

ME, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

ME, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

This resource is meant for Years 9 to 11 French students. It deals with the unit Me, family and friends. Learning Objective: • To learn to describe yourself, your friends and your family. - Physically - Personality • To learn possessive adjectives • To learn the verb être – to be and avoir – to have • To learn the verb s’appeller • To learn the verb s’entendre • To learn to describe your hair and eyes • To learn to say where you live • To learn countries and cities • To learn prepositions of position

By marycottle

Introducing yourself in French

Introducing yourself in French

Powerpoint designed for a first (ever) lesson or catch- up session on introductions in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, written and listening skills on: - answering the register - asking what someone is called/answering - asking how someone is/answering - introducing the person next to you Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS2/KS3 pupils

By isobel87

AQA AS and A Level French Revision Boardgame - Paper 3 speaking

AQA AS and A Level French Revision Boardgame - Paper 3 speaking

This is a boardgame made in Powerpoint. This resource can be easily adapted if and when needed. The questions cover the topics from the new AS/Alevel course (la famille, la cyber-société, le patrimoine, la musique, le septieme art). It can be used with beginners or more advanced students, adapt the rules and success criteria as you wish. For example use of opinions and justification for a lower ability, whilst including various tenses and expressions with SUBJ for more advanced students.

By suzenanasu

French Listening Activity

French Listening Activity

This is a homework that I set my class last year; however it can be used as a starter, plenary or just as something to pass time. The sound clip is attached to the pp but as sometimes technology does let you down, I have attached the original audio clip to this also. Please review and keep me updated with ideas for resources that help you.

By ElzForde

Love Island Themed End of Year French Lesson

Love Island Themed End of Year French Lesson

I created this Love Island-themed lesson in order to engage my Year 9 classes, particularly those who aren't taking French at GCSE. The aim of the activity is to find the most compatible couple on the island. Along the way, there are newcomers, "re-couplings" and public votes. The pupils must use the information presented to them to make the correct decisions. Points are awarded throughout, and at the end the pupils can have a vote to choose between two couples to be the winners (there are two different outcomes- just click on the names of the chosen winners to be directed on to the correct slide.) The pupil (or pupils, if you are playing in groups) with the most points at the end wins. I supply certain classes with dictionaries if they are slightly less able. Enjoy!

By alexmpstokes