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
This Christmas resource is suitable for both French specialists and non-specialists as all the words and phrases have sound icons, which can be played for the introduction/ repetition of all the words and phrases. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint.
This resource initially introduces 18 Christmas words with many practice activities. There is a match-up listening activity for these words too. The PowerPoint goes on to introduce 12 Christmas phrases, with another listening activity and a reading activity. There is then a ‘create a Christmas card’ slide and a word search. 12 further words for popular Christmas presents are introduced, followed by a reading activity. There is also a slide to encourage pupils to create a Christmas picture, labelling with French words. There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document. The PowerPoint has 71 slides.
This is a fun cultural resource that goes through various French Christmas traditions, in English, including some French words. This is aimed at pupils in both KS2 and KS3. There are 18 slides of information and pictures. After that, there is a multiple-choice quiz to check what pupils have understood and/or information they have retained. The quiz is on the PowerPoint (as are the answers) but there is also a separate worksheet version of the quiz. There is a writing / drawing activity for pupils to do at the end and a separate word search document which has words from the activities.
A professionally designed Christmas quiz for French (MFL) teachers to use with their students, featuring 60 well-presented questions and an answer sheet.
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The quiz also includes a word-search (on screen) and a couple of anagram rounds.
Fifty of the questions are Christmas-related and not connected to a specific school-subject: the final ten are subject specific and deal either with GCSE terminology, KS4 exam specification contents, or “fun facts”. The questions and (most) answers are in English but concern how Christmas is celebrated in France.
Differentiation can easily be achieved by changing quiz group sizes. The quiz is suitable for KS3-5.
Completing and peer-marking the 60-question quiz should take the best part of a 1-hour lesson.
The resource is fully editable.
Copyright Adam Godwin (2018)
Not for re-distribution.
3 Christmas Card Designs (Christmas tree, Father Christmas and Mrs Christmas, Rudolph)
Pupils colour the picture according to the instructions.
I have included colour background and black and white version to save on printing.
Simply print, pupils fold in half, write a message inside (suggestions provided).
A cute French letter to Father Christmas: pupils simply write their name and age and address and ask Father Christmas for 3 things.
You could provide a list, get them to look up in dictionaries or draw/stick images depending on age group and ability.
To save printing costs (and extend the length of the activity), opt to display the letters on the IWB and pupils copy the model letter, filling in the gaps.
Christmas themed bundle including:
- a PowerPoint with all my usual games and opportunities to practise all four skills
- a Board game (great for the last couple of lessons to avoid the usual 'design a Christmas card')
- a letter to Father Christmas- great for younger learners and lower ability groups
- Christmas cards to colour- these fold into cards with French instructions on the back such as 'colour the ribbon in red'
- a Christmas song to the tune of Jingle Bells- again great for younger pupils and it consolidates numbers and colours. Audio file included of KS1 pupils singing last year.
A fun Christmas activity which practices simple color and number vocabulary. Beautiful and classic stained glass style Xmas designs which can be used to create a beautiful wall display or cut out and put on Xmas cards. The jewel colors look perfect mounted on a black background.
This pack contains six different designs. Each design comes in two versions. The first version has both number and color words. The second has number words but not colors, in case the teacher wants to teach particular colors or for students to choose the colors themselves.
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
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
Your students will love this hand drawn color by number. They will practice the tens (10-100) and the colors while coloring this hand drawn Christmas themed worksheet. No prep needed, just print and go! Perfect for a substitute on a day off, or/and to wrap up the year.
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.
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.
Presentation for presenting the French alphabet. Has pronunciation guide, highlights vowels and tricky letters and then uses a code with each number representing a letter, so that numbers can be practised at the same time e.g. letter maths, spell words out with numbers etc.
The food-based resource looks at shops and shopping, ordering food and quantities.
The three sections contain a mix of powerpoint presentations, ACTIVStudio flipcharts and Word documents making up worksheets, activities and vocab sheets.
Each section is accompanied by teachers notes with suggestions on how to use each resource.