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Bonjour! Ca va? Beginners French KS2 / KS3 (Year 4, 5, 6 and 7 and equivalents) printable writing activities for Greetings, Farewells and Introductions topic: 3 worksheets plus a crossword puzzle and wordsearch for introduction or revision of Les Salutations (hello, goodbye etc.) and introductions (Je me presente / Introducing myself) vocabulary. These resources will help you plan multiple lessons for students beginning French or near beginners requiring revision of basic vocab and phrases. There’s plenty here to provide homework tasks too. All in PDF format. Differentiated versions of almost all resources are included (not the Hidden Word Puzzle worksheet), with wordbanks or more challenging tasks included as appropriate. The one-star versions are the less challenging ones. The resources feature coloured illustrations but black and white printing would be fine. Answer keys for all resources and included.   This pack includes the following aspects of this topic: Greetings such as Bonjour and Salut Farewells such as Au revoir and A bientot How are you? (Ca va?) and related answers What’s your name? (Comment tu t’appelles?) and answers Where do you live? (Ou habites-tu?) and answers How old are you? (Quel age as-tu?) and answers   SAVE by getting this as part of a French Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, which also contains: French Greetings and Introductions Presentation French Greetings and Introductions Games French Greetings and Introductions Role-Play Cards   ALL 4 ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN: French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 1   THESE WORKSHEETS ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN: French Worksheets and Puzzles MEGA BUNDLE   Many thanks for your interest in my resources. I hope I can save you some time!   MORE TOPICS TO EXPLORE… French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 2 French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 3   REVISION RESOURCES… French Basics Revision Activities BUNDLE French Basics Revision Worksheets BUNDLE
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Beginners KS2 / KS3 (Year 4, 5, 6 and 7) French speaking games for Greetings (Les salutations), Farewells and Introductions (Saying your Names, Ages, Where I Live etc), also known as Je me presente (Introducing myself): a board game, six 10-card loop games, a jigsaw puzzle, a 36-card active oral game and a vocabulary support page. These resources will help you plan multiple lessons for students beginning French or near beginners requiring revision of basic vocab and phrases. Instructions included. Practise different ways of saying 'hello' and 'goodbye' (Bonjour, Salut, Au revoir, A bientot etc.) as well as asking and answering questions such as 'Ca va?' (How are you?), 'Comment tu t'appelles?' (What's your name?), 'Quel age as-tu?' (How old are you?), 'Ou habites-tu?' (Where do you live?) and 'Tu es de quelle nationalite?' (What's your nationality?). SAVE by getting these in this French Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE along with: French Greetings and Introductions Worksheets French Greetings and Introductions Presentation French Greetings and Introductions Role-Play Cards ALL 4 RESOURCES INCLUDED IN: French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 1 BOARD GAME Students roll a dice and move the appropriate number of spaces. They say aloud in French the word, phrase or question they land on or return to the space they came from. 3 versions included (with minor changes around nationality and country to suit different locations). LOOP GAMES Designed for oral practice in small groups, with a student reading out the English word or phrase on their card and others checking if they have the French translation, then reading this out - and so on until the loop is completed. JIGSAW PUZZLE Print, laminate and cut out the 16 triangular pieces. Students match key French vocabulary with English translations to build a larger triangle. ORAL GAME CARDS: Print and laminate the cards and give one to each child. The questions Comment tu t'appelles?, Quel age as-tu? and Ou habites-tu? will be asked and answered as children circulate, trying to find themselves! To make the locations featured more relevant, there's 3 versions (UK and Ire, US and Canada, and Aus / NZ). Thank you for your interest in my resources.
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Beginners French KS2 / KS3 PowerPoint lesson presentation (100 slides) to introduce and consolidate French greetings (les salutations), farewells and introductions (Je me presente / Introducing myself / Introducing yourself) vocabulary. Ideal for Back to School time. INCLUDES: Greetings such as Bonjour (Hello) and Bonsoir (Good evening) Farewells such as Au revoir (Goodbye) and A demain (See you tomorrow) Comment ca va? (How are you?) and range of answers Comment tu t’appelles? (What’s your name?) and answers Quel age as-tu? (How old are you?) and answers Ou habites-tu? (Where do you live?) and answers Key teaching points Question slides that feature answers that appear on a click to scaffold French speaking Role-play activities Interactive Hexagons game   Designed for beginners or near beginners in Year 4, 5, 6 and 7 (and equivalents in other countries) but may suit others, depending on experience. In the Zip file is the original PowerPoint, plus an additional PDF version in case you don’t have PowerPoint where you work. Please note the PDF doesn’t retain the interactivity of the PowerPoint and the Hexagons game is not compatible with PDF and so is omitted from that version. SAVE by getting this as part of a French Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, which also contains: French Greetings and Introductions Worksheets French Greetings and Introductions Games French Greetings and Introductions Role-Play Cards   ALL 4 ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN: French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 1   THIS PRESENTATION IS ALSO INCLUDED IN: French Presentations and Interactive Games MEGA BUNDLE   Many thanks for your interest in my resources. I hope I can save you some time!   MORE TOPICS TO EXPLORE… French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 2 French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 3   REVISION RESOURCES… French Basics Revision Activities BUNDLE French Basics Revision Worksheets BUNDLE
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KS2 / KS3 French Beginners Greetings and Introductions unit BUNDLE for French beginners and near beginners in Primary (Year 4, 5 and 6) - and early Secondary - Year 7 - and equivalents. Ideal for initial teaching or revision of greetings, farewells, saying your name, introducing yourself, asking ‘how are you?’ etc. Contains a substantial PowerPoint lesson presentation with activities and a variety of speaking and writing activities - a printable card set to play an active oral game, a set of 24 role-play cards in both French and English, a board game, six 10-card loop games, a crossword, a wordsearch, a jigsaw puzzle and three worksheets. Two of the worksheets, the crossword and wordsearch are differentiated. All resources include answers / solutions where relevant. There’s enough in this French basics bundle for several lessons plus a homework task or two.   CONTAINS 4 RESOURCE PACKS: French Greetings and Introductions Presentation and Activities French Greetings and Introductions Worksheets French Greetings and Introductions Games French Greetings and Introductions Role-Play Cards   ALL 4 ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN: French KS2 / KS3 MEGA BUNDLE 1   MORE INFO: Greetings (Les salutations) such as Bonjour (Hello) and Salut (Hi) Farewells such as Au revoir (Goodbye) and A bientot (See you soon) Introducing myself / Je me presente: How are you? (Ca va?) and related answers What’s your name? (Comment tu t’appelles?) and answers Where do you live? (Ou habites-tu?) and answers How old are you? (Quel age as-tu?) and answers   Many thanks for your interest in my resources. I hope I can save you lots of time!   MORE TOPICS TO EXPLORE… Body Parts Calendar Classroom Objects and Schools Colours Describing People (Physical and Character) Clothing Family and Pets Food and Drink Houses Numbers Sports and Hobbies Transport Weather   REVISION RESOURCES… French Basics Revision Activities BUNDLE French Basics Revision Worksheets BUNDLE
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German Greetings and Introductions unit (Die Begrüßungen auf Deutsch) writing activities: 6 worksheets (which includes puzzles) with some additional differentiated versions and a vocabulary support page. Reviews basic German words and phrases such as Guten Tag (Hello), Guten Abend (Good evening), Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye) and Bis bald (See you soon). Students will practise asking and answering questions such as Wie geht’s? (How are you?), Wie heißt du? (What’s your name?), Wie alt bist du? (How old are you?), and Wo wohnst du? (Where do you live?). My German basics resources are made for students beginning German and near beginners in KS2 or early KS3 (Years 5, 6 and 7) and equivalents but they may suit others, depending on experience. Please check the preview file to assess suitability. Includes: Vocabulary page (to support students who require it) Greetings & farewells worksheet (2 levels) Introductions worksheet - name, age, location etc (2 levels) Display worksheet - memory aid for key phrases (with and without background images) Hidden word puzzle Grid puzzle (3 levels – easier versions with some letters pre-placed in the grid) Word search puzzle (2 levels) Full answer keys Teacher instruction page Differentiated versions of 4 of the 6 activities are included (not the Hidden Word Puzzle or the display worksheet), with word banks, beginnings of words, or more challenging tasks etc included as appropriate. The one-star versions are the less challenging ones. The display worksheet is included with and without background illustrations. Full answer keys and an instruction page are included. The Hidden Word Puzzle is an engaging alternative to standard worksheets, and makes an ideal starter, early finisher activity, review task, or homework. German Greetings and Introductions vocabulary has been translated, with some deliberate errors for the students to find. Students circle boxes containing errors, then assemble the letters from the circled boxes to reveal a German number word. SAVE by purchasing this as part of my German Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, along with these further 4 resource packs: German Greetings and Introductions Presentation and Activities German Greetings Games German Greetings Board Game German Greetings Role-Play Cards YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: German Numbers Worksheets and Puzzles
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PPT going over the basics of introductions and greetings in Spanish. The PPT is a whole lesson worth for Spanish beginners (Y7 or Y8 depending on when they start Spanish) The sheets included are the vocabulary from the lesson, with and whithout blanks (I make my students fill this in) and a worksheet practicing Me llamo…/ Hola/ Buenos días…
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German Greetings and Introductions unit printable games for speaking and reading practice: loop games, a jigsaw puzzle, and an active card game to review basic greetings (Die Begrüßungen auf Deutsch), goodbyes and introducing yourself in German. These activities review vocabulary such as Guten Tag (Hello), Guten Abend (Good evening), Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye) and Bis später (See you later). Students will also practise asking and answering questions such as Wie geht’s? (How are you?), Wie heißt du? (What’s your name?), Wie alt bist du? (How old are you?), and Wo wohnst du? (Where do you live?). The games are in PDF format. My German basics resources are made for students beginning German and near beginners in KS2 or early KS3 (Years 5, 6 and 7) and equivalents but may suit others, depending on experience. SAVE by purchasing this as part of my German Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, along with these further 4 resource packs: German Greetings and Introductions Presentation and Activities German Greetings Worksheets German Greetings Board Game German Greetings Role-Play Cards LOOP GAMES / “I HAVE…WHO HAS…?” The six 10-card loop games are coloured differently. If printing in black and white use different coloured card to help keep them separate. Designed for oral practice in small groups, with a student reading out the English word or phrase on their card and others checking if they have the German translation, then reading this out - and so on until the loop is completed. JIGSAW PUZZLE A 16-piece triangle puzzle. Print, laminate, and cut. Students must arrange the puzzle pieces so that English vocabulary is placed beside the matching German translations on other pieces, forming a large triangle. ACTIVE CARD GAME A fun game to get students moving around the classroom, speaking German to each other. 18 identical pairs of cards form a complete 36-card set. Print and laminate the cards. Students circulate, asking and answering questions in German about name, age, and where they live, in whatever order they wish. Students’ responses should be based on the information on their card. Without looking at each other’s card, students try to find the player whose card matches their own. To make the small number of locations printed on the cards more relevant to students, I have included 3 versions: Canada / US, UK, Australia / NZ. All versions include some German locations. VOCABULARY SUPPORT CARD Use this to support certain students, groups or classes to play the games.
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This is a simple powerpoint to introduce greetings in french at the beginning of year 7. Some of the slides can be printed to use as flashcards. The pictures can be used to make mini flashcards for games. It is also useful for KS2 Please rate it and let me know how I can improve it.
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Greetings written in French with a corresponding picture. Can be printed for flashcards to help with children’s instant recognition of simple words.
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NO PREP printable board game and vocabulary card for oral practice of basic German greetings (Die Begrüßungen auf Deutsch), farewells and introducing yourself in German. This speaking review activity reinforces vocabulary such as Guten Tag (Hello), Guten Abend (Good evening), Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye) and Bis bald (See you soon). Students will practise asking and answering questions such as Wie geht’s? (How are you?), Wie heißt du? (What’s your name?), Wie alt bist du? (How old are you?), and Wo wohnst du? (Where do you live?). My German basics resources are made for students beginning German and near beginners in KS2 or early KS3 (Years 5, 6 and 7) and equivalents but they may suit others, depending on experience. Please check the preview file to assess suitability. Three slightly different versions of this game are included, with minor changes to a small number of phrases with locations in them. This is to better suit learners in US & Canada (Page 1 of the PDF), Australia and New Zealand (Page 2), and UK and Ireland (Page 3). All phrases used in the game feature on the vocabulary card so if you are not teaching in any of these countries, you will still be able to use the game. The vocabulary card can support younger, less experienced, or less able students. Brief instructions for students are printed on the board, together with fuller instructions on Page 5 of the PDF file. In turn, students roll a dice and move the appropriate number of spaces. They have to say aloud in German the word, phrase or question they land on, otherwise they return to the space they came from. You may wish to print the board in A3 for larger groups but it works well in A4 too. SAVE by purchasing this as part of my German Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, along with these further 4 resource packs: German Greetings and Introductions Presentation and Activities German Greetings Worksheets German Greetings Games German Greetings Role-Play Cards Although I’m in the early days of adding German content, if you teach French too you might be interested to explore some of my French resources: Huge French Basics BUNDLE
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Use this worksheet to consolidate your students’ understanding of Spanish greetings and farewells. The 1 page worksheet consists of a word-search, word unscramble and vocabulary-match. As well as for general classroom use, this is a great worksheet for homework or for a substitute teacher. Spanish Vocabulary used: Hola Buenos días Buenas tardes Buenas noches Adiós Chau Hasta luego
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This is a plan and resources for a beginner’s French lesson to use with KS2. It would be perfect to use as a first French lesson, as it involves children learning the most basic vocabulary. The lesson plan gives details of a group starter, how to teach the ‘greetings’ vocabulary, a whole class game, a speaking and listening activity, writing activity and plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. There is a PowerPoint which includes an audio version of each French word or phrase to make it easier for anyone to be able to teach the lesson. You can also play the PowerPoint without the audio. All the resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. They are in the zip file. These are: 4 page PDF Lesson Plan 10 Slide animated PowerPoint presentation (This is not editable. Click the ‘Read Only’ button to open. Some of the images are only revealed when the PowerPoint is played as a slideshow with the animations.) 1 PDF page for the Starter activity 3 PDF pages for the reading and writing activity (A colour and black & white version of the worksheet and answers are included.) No further preparation needed.
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French lesson on ‘Greetings’. Planned as a first lesson with a year 7 group but can be adapted to your needs.
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A 27 slide powerpoint for a starter lesson with year 6 or 7 giving classroom rules, the value of learning a language, flashcards of greetings, a slide of vocabulary and poster and group activity.
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Spanish lesson on ‘Greetings’. Planned as a first lesson with a year 7 group but can be adapted to your needs.
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Explanations, examples and exercises for Spanish Greetings. Grammar is explained in English and then in Spanish for complete linguistic understanding and ability to comparre and contrast. Language covered: Hola Buenos dias Buenos Tardes Buenos Noches Adios Hasta Luego Hasta Pronto Como te llama Me llamo