Find someone who game. Cards must be cut up and distributed randomly. Under time constraints, students need to go around and fill the grid with the names of the people with the correct detail on their card.
If you want to contribute, Buy me a slice of pizza £2!! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PianigianiSte Using Simona Gravina’s lesson @ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/y6-italian-greetings-and-birthday-sentence-builders-12372143 A pair work battleship and 2 indipendent tasks a la Conti: Find someone who and Jigsaw translation. Template be @aubimaunderr
Students to ask questions in French and answer in French even though cards have prompts in English. Cards can be used for both the find-someone-who activities and the interviews.
Find someone who with cards.
Speaking activity for absolute beginners to practise places in town and the expression 'il y a&'. Students are given the cards on the first sheet and must go around in an attempt to find someone who lives near the places listed. The first three students to complete the list get a reward/merit.
A sentence builder for a first lesson on Passato Prossimo conti style + narrow reading texts + consolidation + find someone who
A grid with questions to fill in and a set of cards.
Pool of resources on adjectives
- A sentence builder to introduce je vais acheter/je veux acheter / j'ai acheté with translation activities to go with it - A find-someone-who with cards to practise the target vocabulary receptively - A set of communicative drills to recycle the same language orally
Find someone who with cards - It consists of a grid to fill in and a set of cards
A pool of resources a la Conti covering a range of skills (e.g. sentence builder, narrow readings, no snake no ladders, find someone who, vocab builders)
whole set of lessons experimenting with Dr Gianfranco Conti’s approach https://gianfrancoconti.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/my-favourite-read-aloud-task-and-how-i-use-them/. Sentence builder to model chunks and activities to recycle chunks such as find someone who, minimal pairs, narrow reading and translation, oral ping pong . Aim is to learn future tense and future tense phrases. A great set of lessons to be covered before some more traditional grammar teaching as in the EARS/ MARS approach.
Series of grammar exercises based on Gianfranco Conti's exercises for the perfect tense in German. includes - Find someone who activity - Two differentiated text searches - Two ping-pong translation - A listening activity focused on word order
This resource includes a Power Point which is a set of lessons on the topic of festivals and events. This includes a very comprehensive sentence builder modelling new language chunks aimed at describing present, past and future festivals and events. This takes KAPITEL 8 EINE WUNDERBARE WELT- Festivals und Events + Die Olympischen Winterspiele as a starting point. I created a find someone who activity, a narrow translation, card thieves (see Dr Conti’s approach on https://gianfrancoconti.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/my-favourite-read-aloud-task-and-how-i-use-them/) mixed with some activities from the STIMMT AQA textbook.
Find someone who with cards, two sets of Narrow reading tasks, Sentence builder, and Micro-listening enhancers on present of Habiter, Adjectives to say why you like/dislike your town and some prepositions.
A sentence builder to present basic sentence in the first person A Survey for oral pairwork Two worksheets to consolidate the target chunks An oral translation board game with answer key ( two players and one referee with the answers Narro reading tasks Find someone who with cards
This resource includes a Power Point and a sentence builder whose aim is to describe what you have and what you don’t have in your school bag. Pupils will be taught to use the indefinite and the negative article in the accusative case (einen/keinen, eine/ keine, ein/kein) with obejcts in the school bag (echo 1/ stimmt 1). Lots of recycling activities using Gianfranco Conti’s approach (https://gianfrancoconti.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/my-favourite-read-aloud-task-and-how-i-use-them/), i.e. narrow reading, dictation, find someone who. This can be used to replace or complement the textbook material.
This resource includes a Power Point and a sentence builder whose aim is to describe what you have and what you don’t have in your school bag. Pupils will be taught to use the j’ai/ je n’ai pas de/ il y a/ il n’y a pas de + indefinite articles through the sentence builder. Lots of recycling activities using Gianfranco Conti’s approach (https://gianfrancoconti.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/my-favourite-read-aloud-task-and-how-i-use-them/), i.e. narrow reading, dictation, find someone who. This can be used to replace or complement the textbook material (expo/ studio/ dynamo).
This Power Point experiments with Dr Gianfranco Conti’s methodology (read here: https://gianfrancoconti.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/my-favourite-read-aloud-task-and-how-i-use-them/). There is a sentence builder focussing on present tense of verbs, adverbs of frequency + gern/ lieber/ am liebsten. Aims of the whole Power Point is: discuss leisure activities/ discussing reading habits (how often and where)/ expressing music preferences. There is a whole set of activities I created to recycle chunks (find someone who, delayed copying, narrow translation) + a few listening tasks from textbook. At the end a very well structured spped dating activity with scaffolding provided in order to train students for the new GCSE speaking exam.
6 documents including 'Find someone who with cards', communicative drills and a sentence builder for GCSE practice. One of my best resources.
Sentence builder + Find someone who + Oral communicative drills + One pen one dice + Written consolidation Note: same chunks of language recycled over and over again across all resources included