Cultural event past Sentence BuildersQuick View
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Cultural event past Sentence Builders

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Sentence builders for a cultural event in the past including who they went with, where they went, how they got there, 1st person opinions on the show and 3rd person opinions on the show.
Reportage commerce équitableQuick View
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Reportage commerce équitable

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An activity for French Language B IB diploma students in their first year of study on the theme of “Questions globales” - subtopic “Commerce équitable”. Students listen to the video’s audio track to see if they can get gist Discuss. Students receive the transcript, and look for French words in the text corresponding to the English on the Question sheet. Students try to fill the blanks with the missing words on the question page. Then they listen to the report again, to check their answers. Students now watch the video and discuss once again.
La ville où j'habite - InterviewQuick View
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La ville où j'habite - Interview

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A reading comprehension with gap-fill and vocabulary search exercises based on an invented interview that asks similar questions to those that appear in my school's IGCSE speaking exam.
MC SolaarQuick View
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MC Solaar

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Now that the IB Language B course has a Listening element, I created a mix of Listening (gap-fill), Reading (ordering and synonym match-up) and Writing exercises to go with MC Solaar’s song Bouge de là. Caveat: Some schools might consider the content a bit racy but I think my Y13s will be mature enough to handle it. Hope it works for you. I have also added a video of a reportage and interview with MC Solaar on the release of his Géopolitique album and some questions about the video.
Y7 speaking practice - Blind DateQuick View
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Y7 speaking practice - Blind Date

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A speaking practice based on the TV game show “Blind Date”: The students answer questions about themselves on the sheets. One student volunteers to be the “single person” and sits facing a wall with the questions in his/her hand. 3 contestants sit behind the single person and answer questions put to each by the single person. eg. “Personne numéro 2, quel est ton animal préféré?”. When the single person feels he/she has enough answers to make a decision, they choose their “date”. The contestants may modify their voices, but not so much that the French becomes unintelligible.
Les vacances reading exercisesQuick View
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Les vacances reading exercises

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Exercises based on a text written to answer all the Holiday themed questions in an IGCSE French Oral. Gap-fill, Find the French for and a small refresher exercise on prepositions with places.
La corrida / La tauromachieQuick View
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La corrida / La tauromachie

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Worksheet relating to La Corrida (song by Francis Cabrel) including lyrics with gap-fill, synonym match-up, questions for discussion and writing task.
Snakes and Ladders game (French) Smart NotebookQuick View
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Snakes and Ladders game (French) Smart Notebook

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This is a Snakes and Ladders game I made in Smart Notebook software for oral/speaking activities as a whole class game, projected onto a screen. The students form teams, pick a counter and take it in turns to roll the dice. I then ask them a question (differentiated, of course!) and if they answer correctly, they can move their counter. If the answer is incorrect, they may not move their counter. It gets noisy in the classroom, but the students are all engaged. I have used this successfully from Y2 right up to Y13.