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• Learn to communicate in French business situations.
• Become familiar with ways of overcoming the cultural barriers sometimes encountered by UK business personnel doing business around the globe.
• Benefit from an informal setting which provides many opportunities for interaction with your tutor and colleagues.
- Interact more confidently when visiting French-speaking countries
or dealing with French-speaking nationals
Build rapport and strengthen relationships with French-speaking
colleagues and clients through a show of interest in the French
language and culture
Demonstrate goodwill and facilitate international communication
at both a personal and organisational level
Unit One – Les Communications Professionelles/commerciales orales et écrites – meeting, writing, telephoning, emailing
Unit Two – L’Informatique (IT)
Unit Three – Les Usines (factories, production)
Unit Three – Le Marketing
Unit Five – La Publicité et Promotion des Ventes (publicity and sales promotion)
Unit Six – Négociation et Ventes
Unit Seven – Distribution et Transport
The number of activities you complete within each unit will depend on your proficiency in French and objectives. Whether beginner, survival, intermediate or advanced, key areas covered include:
Pronunciation and accent
Presentation & negotiation skills
Group writing task which could last for two lessons. Used as the concluding task for a series of lessons on work experience, pupils must produce a full report about their imaginary work experience placement using the task sheets, then pupils assess each other's reports and find words/phrases which will be useful to them!
This is the second half-term (Unit 2) of the easyMFL course for Year Three. It contains full lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations for each lesson as well as worksheets and an end of unit assessment that is mapped against the new national curriculum for MFL. easyMFL is the most up-to-date and comprehensive primary French course that is available. The remaining units and courses for Y4-Y6 are available on the TES website to purchase either unit by unit or as a complete course.
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This is a Power Point presentation which could be used to introduce students to the culture of Spain.
Students view the presentation while the teacher plays Spanish background music.
Students can then work through some exercises on Dualingo which is a Free App and easily used by middle primary students with no second language experience.
I would also add a craft activity such as the cup and ball game for variety.
This 16-page resource booklet contains a wide range of challenging and engaging comprehension activities for use throughout the reading of Chinua Achebe’s poem 'Vultures.’ They are perfect for aiding the progress of students learning poetry either in KS3 and KS4 in preparation for poetry/unseen poetry at GCSE, as the tasks draw on English Literature assessment objectives - suitable for all examining bodies - it is clearly highlighted within each task regarding which assessment strands the task is designed to demonstrate.
The booklet is provided in both Word (to allow for easy editing) and PDF (to ensure for consistency of formatting between computers).
Activities within the booklet include (amongst many others):
‘Analysing Context’ - helping students to ‘Show understanding of the relationships between texts and the contexts in which they were written.’
‘Analysing Subject Matter, Language and Structure’ - to help students to ‘Analyse the language, form and structure used by a writer to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate.’
‘Diary Entry’ - to help students to ‘Use a range of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation. Make an informed personal response, recognising that other responses to a text are possible and evaluating these.’
‘The Speaker’ - to help students to ‘Read, understand and respond to texts. Students should be able to: maintain a critical style and develop an informed personal response use textual references, including quotations, to support and illustrate interpretations.’
This lesson is aimed at classes who are analysing texts, inferring and deciphering meanings from texts.
There are whole class activities and independent activities based around non-fiction and fiction texts.
The lesson has been created to get students thinking about what writers mean, taking their reading further than comprehension level.
Class participation is broken down into 6 categories: Preparation for class, Frequency of Participation, Independence, Quality of Participation, Listening, Use of German in class. Each category has a scale from 1 to 4, for a total of 24 points.
This is a partner speaking activity with pictures; it is similar to my "Clothing and Places" speaking activity, but it has been adapted specifically for the vocabulary in Bien Dit 1 (anorak, patinoire, cybercafe, opera, lac, zoo). Students are to draw a line connecting a person to clothing to a place. They then take turns saying their sentences in the target language (Paul porte un chapeau au centre commercial.) and the partner needs to draw a line connecting those items. May be used with other tenses, add adjectives, add reasons, etc.
This amazing ‘Community Helpers Theme’ lesson is…
• beautifully designed
• 4-pages in length and may be formatted into a 4-page booklet
• provided in both black & white and colored versions
• perfect for students learning English as a Second Language
• perfect for students whose first language is English
• based on an age-appropriate topic
This wonderful lesson allows students to…
• practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
• learn theme-based vocabulary
• attempt many different styles of questions
• express their creativity
• engage in a relevant and meaningful learning experience
A bundle of Vaughan M. Blaney’s lessons may be used …
• to supplement any curriculum being taught in a school
• as a school's sole curriculum
• as supplementary material for the individualized needs of specific students
• as the curriculum for special holiday programs
• as the curriculum for summer school programs
In this worksheet you will find vocabulary to make complex sentences regarding different forms of transport. It includes opinions, present tense and infinitive verbs, connectives, adverbs of frequency and adjectives along with a wide range of types of transport. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
This is an engaging, playful lesson I created for a low KS4 group who had very little awareness of tenses and was severely struggling to include more than one tense in a writing. I have reused it with several groups from a range of abilities and has always been successful. Please note all activities will unlikely fit in a 1h lesson, do adjust according to your students´ needs.
In the lesson, students have to:
Activity 1: put time phrases in present/past/future
Activity 2 (grammar bit): fill in the table following the pattern
Activity 3: match the cards (full sentences with time phrases) under presente/pasado/futuro (resource included - print each set in a different colour, laminate and cut)
Activity 4: boards up (instructions at the bottom of the slide)
Activity 5: standing up game (two teams, I normally split the class in half - instructions at the bottom of the slide and resource included)
Activity 6: writing with a graded example (students to read out loud and translate), plus starter sentences for their own writing, and finally a very useful CHECKLIST so they can review their peer´s text. This way students get a better understanding of what it´s expected of them in the writings, they get involved in the process and they save you marking time!
Support poster with several sentence starters and suggestions for how to write evaluatively. This resource has been designed primarily for years 7-8 but could be used with any year group if key phrases adapted.
Perfect for introducing Year 9s, 10s to picture-description for GCSE.
Quality Speaking and Writing Work, even from lower ability students (very guided, yet allowing creativity).
Fun activities, easy-to-use resources for great progress within the lesson.
Use of Technology towards the end (recording on Flipgrid), could be replaced with a simple recording on a device or laptop.