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French: 'De' to denote possession

French: 'De' to denote possession

This powerpoint introduces 'de' in the sense to denote possession with a lot of interactive activities. This activity can be geared towards learners of Key Stage 2 and 3. After you introduce the grammar point, it would be useful to give physical demonstrations around the classroom with students' objects such as a pencil, pen, etc. For example, 'c'est le crayon de qui?' and the students reply by saying 'c'est le crayon de Sophie'. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
KS3/4 French - Daily routine and school life in the present (reg., irreg.  and reflexive verbs)

KS3/4 French - Daily routine and school life in the present (reg., irreg. and reflexive verbs)

Old school drills on reflexive verbs with verb lists, all contextualised in the topic of daily/school routine A sentence builder on school routine with activities to drill the language in Writing mats with translation for making more complex sentences with subordinate clauses A series of old school drills to practise key verbs in the context of school An oral translation board game to practise high frequency chunks on daily routine/school life
gianfrancoconti1966
J'ai cours module 2 unit 3 Describing timetable in French (studio)

J'ai cours module 2 unit 3 Describing timetable in French (studio)

Aimed at a year 7 higher ability starter: translations Asking questions about someone else's timetable Be the detective (a list of vocabulary is given &students have to find the translations on the board) Reading task differentiated plenary: peer assessment and vocabulary test on this unit of work
stannadia
Free lesson starter about school subjects in French

Free lesson starter about school subjects in French

You can use this starter in many ways. Ask students to take in turns and ask questions about school subjects. If can ask the question with no hesitation, they can move across. The aim is to try to ask as many questions as possible in French. The only rule: move in any directions but do not skip.
stannadia
Year 7 French Mastery Pack - Studio 1 - New assessments

Year 7 French Mastery Pack - Studio 1 - New assessments

This pack includes the following which have been adapted for the original French Studio 1 Scheme of Work: 1) Baseline assessments to test the level of French of pupils from Day 1. 2) All speaking and writing assessments adapted to the Mastery Curriculum with Self-Evaluation for pupils. 3) KS3 Mastery Statements 4) Year 7 Curriculum overview
thefrenchresourcebank