French Trapdoor Speaking

French Trapdoor Speaking

A set of three trapdoor activities to help Year 7s practise producing oral language in French. The basics (name, age, personality, appearance) are covered in one and there are further activities on the topics of school, places in the town and free time. Students should work in pairs with one trying to guess the option from each box the other has chosen. If they guess correctly, they move on to the next box and if not, they must go back to the start.
viertalig
KS4 Homework Booklet

KS4 Homework Booklet

A booklet designed with the AQA GCSE French course in mind, this covers almost all topics with a variety of different exam style activities, including role play and photocards to prepare, translations, writing questions and gapfill tasks. It also contains literary style questions with corresponding tasks (some taken from Specimen Papers). I used it for my year 10s over the Summer holidays.
LaPetiteAnglaise_75
BUNDLE on GCSE topic: Daily Routine & Chores

BUNDLE on GCSE topic: Daily Routine & Chores

This bundle contains more than 15 resources to teach the New GCSE TopicDaily Routine & Chores. It includes : 4 Interactive PPT to present and practice each subtopic: Routine & Chores 2 Revision sheets for Core Vocabulary and extension tasks 2 Reading Comprehensions 3 gap-filling activities 3 Board Games Questions with Model answers
jeromsauvin
BUNDLE on House & Home

BUNDLE on House & Home

This bundle contains more than 18 resources to teach the New GCSE /IGSCE Topic: HOUSE & HOME. It includes : _7 Interactive PPT to present and practice each subtopic: House & Home _Revision sheets for Core Vocabulary and sentence building _Reading Comprehensions _Pictures of Houses & Home to describe _A revision booklet on the topic House & Home _Questions with Model answers _A Model essay with a Translation task
jeromsauvin
GCSE French 1-9 Knowledge Organiser - Theme 2

GCSE French 1-9 Knowledge Organiser - Theme 2

Thank you for viewing! Knowledge organisers are used as an overview of a topic. They can be kept in a pupil’s book or folder from the beginning of a topic. This knowledge organiser contains important relevant to Theme 2 of the 1-9 GCSE. Topics covered here: Holidays Weather Where I live Healthy living Charity work Social problems The environment Attractive and well laid-out to enhance pupils’ understanding of the basics.
cthomas1983
15 Boardgames for Grammar and Conversation Practice for GCSE and A Level

15 Boardgames for Grammar and Conversation Practice for GCSE and A Level

These board games will allow your students to practice their spoken French in a fun way. These are aimed at GCSE and A Level students. The level is indicated in the document title. Half of them are dedicated to grammar practice and the other ones to Vocab and General conversation practice. Duration: around 45 mn for each boardgame. Matreial: Print them in A3 and in colour. Dice and counters. Also included are 3 templates to create your own boardgames Amusez-vous bien!
jeromsauvin
Year 8 French Support Booklet

Year 8 French Support Booklet

A comprehensive booklet made for Year 8 students studying in preparation for any exam board. Includes: a three-page vocabulary list that students should use words from in every lesson. These include phrases asking for help, things in the classroom, question words, homework words and commands. vocab lists and checklists for 9 different topics. The topics include: c’est quoi, la France? le monde des medias accro a la technologie? etre ado, c’est quoi? en pleine forme! rendez-vous -details on how to reach grade 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the four skills: listening, writing, reading and speaking languages check-point sheets for students to complete after their assessment points. This includes space for dedicated feedback and improved reflection time so they can receive clear suggestions from the teachers and realise their targets.
SophieNimmo
FRENCH BACK TO SCHOOL EUROPE POSTERS

FRENCH BACK TO SCHOOL EUROPE POSTERS

My students have always really enjoyed having these posters in the classroom - they’re ideal as a lively back to school decoration, and they’re really useful as an instant and comprehensive introduction to EUROPE! There are 72 posters (8.5 x 11) in FRENCH showing EUROPEAN countries, capital cities and flags. They give your classroom a great multicultural look and feel, at the same time promoting FRENCH as a living language, featuring in the everyday life of your - and your students’ - classroom. There may be a number of countries and capital cities that students do not know, or are not aware of, so the posters can help students develop their general knowledge and understanding of EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY. I’ve included a range of islands, such as the FAROE ISLANDS, to extend students’ knowledge of EUROPE a little, and I’ve also shown some countries, for example ARMENIA, that are often classed as belonging either to EUROPE or to ASIA. I’ve also included two posters for some countries, such as FRANCE, officially known as RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE - you can choose either that, or the more frequently-used LA FRANCE to display. The posters look great displayed horizontally across a particular learning area - alphabetically works well, though non-alphabetically is perfect for a country quest activity! They’re ideal for the annual EUROPE DAY celebration, and THE EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES, as well as an all year round display. Laminate for longevity - you’ll be able to display the posters for years to come! I’ve classed the posters as suitable for age 11-18, as it really does depend on when your students began FRENCH, and what kinds of classroom decor is most useful for them at any particular time. The resource consists of a single, non-editable file; please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-classroom / teacher / purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON VOYAGE !
LivelyLearning
y5 french the house

y5 french the house

Resources to support the teaching and learning of the house in French. Other year groups available look at my store.
vickiwinsor
Where I live

Where I live

Worksheet suitable for KS 3 for a starter lesson about where your home is located. Matching activity, translation and information gap grid based on a map of France.
BBlanguages
La pollution

La pollution

This is q set of resources on the topic of pollution aimed at A-level students. It includes a quiz on a PowerPoint presentation, a worksheet on a song, a presentation including different stats on pollution in France and lists of sentences to translate on the environment and complex negative sentences.
MrLoutre
Studio Module 4  My home town reading task

Studio Module 4 My home town reading task

This reading task is largely based on Studio Module 4, Ma Zone, with some additional vocabulary included. It can easily be adapted as a comparison with your own hometown if you wish by modifying the sentences about my hometown, Richmond. There is some comparative language as the focus is on comparing the two towns and contrasting features. Students use their language and cultural knowledge to establish meaning from the text and respond to comprehension questions . It provides great differentiation if you have students who need extending and challenging, as well as lots of simpler content to ensure everyone can achieve. If you require a different file format let me know. Merci!
hdejoux
Adjective position and agreements - Studio 2 Module 4 - Chez moi

Adjective position and agreements - Studio 2 Module 4 - Chez moi

This resource includes everything you need to teach adjectives (where they go and how agreements work). It matches the vocabulary and content of Studio 2 Module 4 (red and green). It includes: a grammar explanation, step by step which they need to recap as a poster (with examples from students’ work) Grammar exercises to practice A mind-map to recap how to translate adjectival clauses Spot the mistake activities Translation activity Describe the picture activities This could also be used for GCSE classes revising how to describe where you live, as many GCSE skills are covered (translation, photo description, etc…)
LescoursdeMarie
Vos transports et vous

Vos transports et vous

This set of resources is aimed at A-level students and deals with the topic of transports in France. It includes reading, writing, speaking and grammar activities, and also includes activities on the passive voice.
MrLoutre
Le logement

Le logement

This worksheet deals with the topic of accommodation. It goes over the housing crisis for young people in France as well as different types of accommodation through various activities (reading, writing, speaking). There is also a dictation included on the same topic. It is primarily aimed at A-level students.
MrLoutre
KS3 French Year 9 core vocabulary and knowledge organisers

KS3 French Year 9 core vocabulary and knowledge organisers

Easy print-outs of units of work for students and teachers. This would probably suit the Year 9 Schemes of Work. The following topics are covered: School subjects, timetables, French school system, rules at school Personal description, TV programmes, types of films, describing a character and a film Jobs, future ambitions, reasons to learning languages, modal verbs, future tenses Where I live, places in town, what one can do, countryside, imperfect and conditional tenses Clothes, fashion, past and future fashion trends Summer 2 is a project on La Francophonie, Stromae and Neuilly sa mere so there isn’t a knowledge organiser.
juliebarcelona
Cambridge IGCSE French: Listening activity workbook

Cambridge IGCSE French: Listening activity workbook

I have developed this resource from having designed my own worksheets from the Cambridge IGCSE textbook (2015 edition) into a workbook. The listening activites follow the whole book from units 1-15 and most of them are differentiated between lower level and higher level activities, however as the book progresses, the less the lower level activites become available as I strongly encourage my students to undertake the same level of work upon entering the second year of the IGCSE programme, as the examinations are going to be at the same level. Before you purchase this resource, please note that these resources are designed from and follow the Cambridge IGCSE 2015 edition and the NOT the newest 2017 edition. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Do you like your town? / Tu aimes ta ville?

Do you like your town? / Tu aimes ta ville?

First (couple of) lesson(s) on talking about your town (Y7) . Covers: Places in town There is/n’t any… + There is neither… nor… Things you can do in your town Whether you like you town because of what there is and what you can do Include translation text and writing task. Not linking to any books. Handout is the first (hidden) slide
crackotte
ma maison / ma chambre worksheet

ma maison / ma chambre worksheet

KS3 French resource : This 4-page worksheet starts as a reading comprehension, on describing your house, your bedroom and the chores you do at home. Then you will find more activities to revise vocabulary. Last activity is a writing task where students write their own paragraph (steps to success included). Student AFL box included at the bottom of last page, to check their own understanding of the topic.
garciamargot