Comprehensive and interactive multi choice grammar quiz (72 slides) to revise a range of grammar points: tenses, adjectives, gender etc …in a fun way.
Suitable for As and A2 students, this is a very effective resource to revise a range of grammar points in 30mn.
Suitable for KS3 or KS4 as an end of term or end of year quiz. Lasted over an hour when tested on mixed ability Year 8s. A mixture of some old questions from quizzes and more up to date ones.
1st round - Paris
2nd round - La France
3rd round - Famous Frenchies
4th round - Manger
5th round - L’histoire
Beginning French Family / (La Famille / Ma Famille) Topic BUNDLE covers key teaching points and provides speaking and writing tasks for introduction to, and revision of, Ma Famille (My Family) basic vocabulary and phrases. Contains an interactive 100-slide PowerPoint lesson presentation, engaging games and activities, worksheets and puzzles. This best suits beginners or near beginners at Key Stage 2 (KS2) and early KS3 and equivalents (Year 4, 5, 6 and 7, depending on experience).
This October, I have a good value French Halloween BUNDLE, which contains a presentation and printables for some spooky French fun!
French Family BUNDLE includes:
70-slide lesson presentation
Happy Families (Jeu des 7 Famille) Card Game
Four in a Row Board Game
Loop Game / Dominoes
3 Worksheets (plus answers)
There’s enough here for multiple lessons and some resources could be used for homework tasks. For previews and more information on each resource please see the individual descriptions. One of the worksheets and both puzzles come in differentiated versions.
Includes vocabulary for the following family members: le frere (brother), la soeur (sister), le fils (son), la fille (daughter), le pere (father), la mere (mother), le bebe (baby), le grand-pere (grandfather), la grand-mere (grandmother), le beau-pere (stepfather), la belle-mere (stepmother), le demi-frere (stepbrother), la demie-soeur (stepsister), l’oncle (uncle), la tante (aunt), le cousin (male cousin), la cousine (female cousin), les jumeaux (twins), enfant unique (only child). ‘Mon’ and ‘ma’ are also used to say ‘my father’, ‘my sister’ etc. More informal names for Mum, Dad, Grandad and Grandma are also mentioned.
The presentation and worksheets also support learners in answering questions about families, such as Qui est-ce? (Who is this?), Tu as des freres ou des soeurs? (Do you have any brothers or sisters?) and Combien de personnes il y a dans ta famille? (How many people are there in your family?). Giving names, ages and information about where people live is also consolidated alongside family vocabulary.
I have other French resources you might be interested in, either individually or as part of a bundle. You can find out more about them by clicking on these bundles:
Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources)
French Basics Presentations Bundle
French Basics Games / Activities Bundle
French Basics Worksheets and Puzzles Bundle
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35 slides plus teacher notes including:
1.Presentation of vocabulary with gorgeous images
2. What is it? Game (OR play beat the teacher- explained in notes)
3. Flying words game
4. Missing word game
5. Under the spotlight game
6. Listening Grid
7. Vocab match up
8. Magic potion activity
9. Link to French Halloween song
10. Noughts and Crosses game
KS3/KS4 revision on adjectives for French GCSE
Mind map (with agreement rules and irregular adjectives).
One worksheet + answers.
Four in a row ready to print to work in pairs
A board game (to use as a starter or plenary)
A complete French grammar booklet (123 pages) that includes the following:
Aimed at A level students.
§1 Passé composé / perfect tense
§2: Subject, direct object and indirect object
§3. Personal pronouns: direct and indirect object pronoun
§4. Past participle: agreements
§5. Passe composé or imperfect?
§5.1 Plus-que-parfait – pluperfect
§6. Present or future, perfect or future perfect?
§7. Uses of conditional and conditional perfect
§8. Sentences with si
§9. The passive
§10. Depuis etc: points to note concerning tenses:
Il y a
§11. Use of the infinitive
§12. Relative pronouns (1)
1.3 ce qui / ce que
1.4 word order
§13 Relative pronouns (2): dont
§14. Relative pronouns (3): relative pronouns after a preposition
§15. The subjunctive (1): formation, some uses
§16 The subjunctive (2): uses (cont.)
§17 Asking questions (1): inversion
§18. Asking questions (2):
§19. Pronouns: en
§20. Pronouns: y
§21. The Imperative
§22. Demonstrative pronouns
§23. Emphatic pronouns
§24. Possessive pronouns
• Key to exercises
A workbook (with an answerbook included as a separate document) for A level students doing French and needing translation practice. There are exercises on each theme from English to French and from French to English.
The themes include:
family structures, modern values, friendships, relationships
youth trends, personality and identity
educational and employment opportunities
regional culture and identity in France and French speaking countries
media, art, film and music in the French speaking world
migration and integration
cultural identity and marginalisation
cultural enrichment and celebrating difference
the cultural dimensions in occupied France
Suitable for any exam board
NEW VERSION ADDED We print these in A3 and have them on every table in every classroom. I have used suggested phrases from lots of sources as well as my own.
The pupils use the mats regularly during group talk activities and their spontaneous use of language has increased significantly.
This worksheet allows students to practise numbers 1-31 in French. There is a word snake to focus on individual spellings as well as sequences of numbers and calculations to emphasise cross curricular links with maths. There is also an answer sheet which can be printed off so students can self-assess.
A selection of activities on the topic of food and drink. Contents:
A ‘matching words to 20 images’ to complete.
A worksheet listing healthy and unhealthy food & drinks.
A worksheet focusing on using opinions and justifying those opinions. (includes completed teacher copy )
A simple story about a boy who is always hungry with questions to answer in French or English.
Finally there are two place setting where children have to design and label a healthy meal and an unhealthy meal.
If you consider this worth buying, ‘un très grand merci.’ Comments and feedback is always welcome.
My thanks to: cliparts.co, clker.com, cliparthut.com and clipartlord.com for the use of the clipart images.
This 86-page workbook is based on the model answers to my writing workbook (available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-french-gcse-writing-workbook-and-model-answers-11646300) and contains 3 reading worksheets for every topic in the new AQA French GCSE syllabus plus answers for every task at the end of the document.
Ideal for reading practice and assessments in Key Stage 4, revision and independent work for Year 11, or extension work for more able Key Stage 3 students. This can also be used for cover lessons with non-specialists as the tasks are straightforward and there are answers.
As well as the Word document, I have included a PDF in case the fonts are not available on certain computers and the formatting therefore doesn't work properly on the Word doc.
All questions and answers are my own, based on the new specification GCSE reading papers, and the photos are from royalty-free websites and it is all therefore photocopiable.
Beginning French Colours / Colors PowerPoint lesson presentation, printable games, activities, a worksheet, crossword and wordsearch. Introduction and revision of 11 French colour (or color) words. Originally designed for French beginners and near beginners in Primary - KS2 (Year 4, 5 and 6) -and early Secondary - KS3 (Year 7) and equivalents. The colours are introduced using the questions ‘C’est quelle couleur?’ (referring to the colour itself) and ‘C’est de quelle couleur?’ (referring to the colour of objects / animals etc). The presentation suits learners who are new or fairly new to French but it also includes teaching points about female and plural forms of the colour adjectives, which you can use if appropriate, plus an introduction to the words for ‘light’ and ‘dark’ colours. With almost 50 slides, it also includes pronunciation tips, an interactive Kim’s game and a slide for a splat game, where children can ‘splat’ the colour that’s been said in French by the teacher. Children are also invited to show the teacher classroom objects of a particular colour so if they already know the name of some classroom objects this will help. Alternatively, they could learn some for this activity. An additional US spelling version of the presentation is included.
The Four in a Row game works well in either A3 or A4 and can be used with the colour word cards. Use different colour paper or card when printing the word cards so that opponents can play with a different colour set. Students put their cards in a pile, taking the top one and choosing strategically which space to place it on (as long the colour on the space matches the word on the card!). Or laminate the board and students mark on their initial with a dry-wipe marker if they correctly say the colour in French. First to get four in a row - vertically, horizontally or diagonally - is the winner. There are also 8 cards for games of bingo and/or noughts and crosses (tic tac toe) and a 20-card ‘I Have…Who Has?’ game / Loop game. This latter resource features some light and dark versions of the colours.
The worksheet is included with and without a word bank for support. Full answer keys for the worksheet and puzzles.
This October, what about my French Halloween BUNDLE?
Explore more bundles:
Huge French Basics Bundle (around 70 resources)
French Basics Worksheets / Puzzles Bundle
Thank you from FullShelf Resources
Here is a complete set of French display resources that I have either created or collected then adapted covering mostly grammar and literacy (some not shown on picture as they are in different parts of my classroom). It took me a few days to put together so I hope it saves you time and is useful to your students. The tenses on the time line are colour coded with the tenses explanation (past tenses in blue, present in red and future tenses in green). Everything is either powerpoint or word documents so you can edit them to suit your needs best.
KS3 worksheets on how to introduce yourself and your family.
3 different worksheets with a variety of activities to revise how to present yourself, your family, pets, personality and physical description.
This is my favourite lesson! I prepared it for an interview and got the job! Starter, challenge, differentiation and planery! Enjoy! It is all about introducing French to new learners. Perfect for the first lesson of the year, for any year!
With detailed lesson plan, 45 slides!
This pack contains 15 translations (both French to English and English to French) about the topics covered for Edexcel A level exam (les changements de la société française, la culture politique et artistique dans les pays francophones, l’immigration et la société multiculturelle française, l’occupation et la résistance). Very useful for independent or classroom revisions.
As part of the new specifications for GCSE, students will have extracts from literary texts to answer questions about in the reading comprehension exams. This set of resources has extracts from 5 well known books with different activities to do on each of them. The resources are firstly presented on a PowerPoint, with all texts and questions appearing on the slides, as well as answers to the given activities. They also appear as 5 accompanying worksheets, which can be used independently and individually. Activities include: matching vocabulary, questions in French, questions in English, find the French from the text, multiple choice questions (in French and English), gap-fills and true or false. This is aimed at higher tier students.
I made this resource to support learners' asking for and giving directions in French. Town Plan A and Town Plan B are opposites (A misses the information that B has and vice versa). Learners must take turns to ask for directions to the places listed on the bottom right of their respective sheets. In this way they exchange the information and complete their maps. Finally, learners compare their maps to check that they are the same. All is supported with a PowerPoint presentation and a key with the full plan.
This is a complete Speaking Pack for GCSE French. The main presentation included in the pack has hyperlinks to allow you to easily navigate the menus and switch between candidate, teacher and example cards.
It will guide both teachers and students through all parts of the new speaking exam.
Easy to follow marking grids for all aspects of the speaking exam for both foundation and higher tiers
Top tips for Role-Plays, Photo Cards and General Conversations
Example Student cards
Example Teacher cards
Example scripts for Role-Plays
Printable Student and Teacher Cards
Printable marking grids for student feedback
Printable worksheet for Top Tips
This is the one-stop resource for seeing your students through this vital element of their French GCSE. I am really proud of this resource and hope you will find it as useful as I have!
(DESIGNED FOR AQA. Could also be used for EdExcel GCSE French, but will need some adapting for the marking sheets)