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Mes pires vacances

Mes pires vacances

This is a set of resources geared towards late KS3 or GCSE level students on the topic of my worst holidays in the perfect tense and negative constructions. It includes an interactive presentation, several worksheets, games and reading activities.
MrLoutre
Mes dernières vacances

Mes dernières vacances

This is a set of resources geared towards late KS3 or GCSE level students on the topic of my past holidays. It goes over the perfect tense in detail and includes an interactive presentation, several worksheets, games and reading activities.
MrLoutre
Mes prochaines vacances

Mes prochaines vacances

This is a set of resources geared towards late KS3 or GCSE level students on the topic of my next holidays. It goes through the grammar of the future tense and includes an interactive presentation, several games, worksheets and reading activities.
MrLoutre
Des vacances idéales

Des vacances idéales

These resources are geared towards late KS3 or GCSE level students and focuses on the topic of ideal holidays through the conditional. It also tackles if structures with the imperfect and the conditional. It includes an interactive presentation, several worksheets, games and reading activities, and the works of a popular French song as a gap fill.
MrLoutre
Les prochaines vacances - le futur simple

Les prochaines vacances - le futur simple

Great readings with many tasks for students to deduce the formation and use of the simple future. From a reading, students will develop their writing and speaking skills through 6 distinct exercises: spotting verbs in a reading, finding out the formation, vocab search, conjugation of irregular verbs, translation and a writing task (that can be used as a speaking task) to reuse the future tense in a personal context.
SilverWotton
French Trios - En été

French Trios - En été

Let your children create funky French sentences with these cards. With the topic of The House, each sentence will have three parts to it. How to use French Trios Children can make French sentences using the cards. Sentences can be silly or sensible. Each card has either un, deux or, trois written in the top right corner. This shows you which card can be used when. Each sentence must have a card saying un, deux and trois in it. The cards marked un reinforce jobs and peoplel. The cards marked deux reinforce activities. The cards marked trois reinforce things such as places and people.
sav11e
ICT project - my town/holiday - GCSE

ICT project - my town/holiday - GCSE

Great online project to do in class time or as homework for student to use all the vocab from “My Town” unit in GCSE. Could be linked with the topic of holiday too. Students have to plan an exchange in France and have to go through a series of 10 questions to build up their project. They can present it to the class, send it online or print it. Excellent for independent learning and cultural knowledge as they have to research information on a French town.
SilverWotton