Perfect Tense Snakes and Ladders. A game to print off onto card for pairs of students to play for speaking / writing practice. The Snakes and Ladders game practises the perfect tense, using a range of verbs with all subject pronouns and both ‘avoir’ and ‘être’ auxiliary verbs. Students can be given the answer sheet to allow them to work independently.
Healthy Living Future Tense Snakes and Ladders. A game to print off onto card for pairs of students to play for speaking / writing practice. The Snakes and Ladders game practises Healthy Living vocabulary and the future tense. Students can be given the answer sheet to allow them to work independently.
Mes vacances - Holidays gap-fill text. A text on Holidays with 15 gaps to fill using words given in the box. The text can then be used as a model text for students to write their own. Includes past and future tenses. Answers provided.
Mes vacances idéales - Ideal holiday translation into French. A text in English to be translated into French to practise use of the conditional tense. The text can then be used as a model for students to write their own. Possible translation answers provided.
GCSE French text on holidays ‘Mes vacances’ with 10 errors to be found and corrected. The text then provides a model from which students can write their own. Answers provided.
The Conditional Tense. A set of 15 sentences in the conditional tense for students to analyse in order to work out the rules of the tense for themselves + a two-page explanation of the formation of the conditional tense in French, covering both regular and irregular stems.
La musique - opinions of types of music. A gap-fill exercise to use opinions with types of music. Students select phrases from a box to complete the sentences in French and then, translate them into English. Answers provided.
Le mariage - four questions to prompt short, written texts about ideal partners, marriage and having children, using the conditional tense. Support phrases given and model answers provided.
Free-time activities. A short reading text on weekend activities, followed by comprehension questions in English and five English to French translation sentences, using the present tense of regular verbs in the I, you, he and she forms. Answers provided.
The future tense - varying structures. A list of structures to use in French to convey the future tense, followed by a short English to French translation exercise within the topic of Holidays. Answers provided.
Les passe-temps - tu en fais souvent? A reading worksheet on hobbies with expressions of frequency and opinions. A short text with comprehension questions in English, followed by three English to French translations, based on the text.
Festivals. An English to French translation on festivals, used as a peer assessment. Answers provided.
Asking the way to places in town. A simple worksheet for students to practise using ‘Pour aller à …?’ to ask the way to places in town. Answers provided.
The present tense - free-time. A one-page lower ability worksheet on free-time / weekend activities in the present tense. Students match up French and English to practise the I, you, he, she and we parts of ‘jouer’ and ‘regarder’ and then, answer questions in English, based on a short reading text.
Tu veux sortir? A one-page lower ability worksheet on arranging to go out. There is a short dialogue to read, followed by comprehension questions in English and a ‘Find the French’ exercise. Answers provided.
Tu veux sortir? An English to French translation exercise on arranging to go out. Students put the English dialogue into French and then use this as a model to create their own dialogue.
Modal verbs - vouloir and pouvoir. A one-page lower ability worksheet to practise the verbs ‘vouloir’ and ‘pouvoir’ in the singular present tense forms, in conjunction with free-time activities. Answers provided.
Les passe-temps. A lower ability worksheet on French hobbies: put words in order and translate into English, a short text in French with questions in English and a Find the French exercise. Answers provided.
A one-page worksheet on the Imperfect tense in French. A brief explanation, followed by a gap-fill and translation exercise. Answers provided.
GCSE French Mon quartier - an English to French translation on Local Area, which can then be used as a model text for students to write their own piece. Possible translation provided.
Pronouns in French: a brief explanation in English of the use of French pronouns. Details given on subject pronouns, direct and indirect pronouns and emphatic pronouns, with short examples.