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).
French Family BUNDLE includes:
- Substantial lesson presentation
- Happy Families (Jeu des 7 Famille) Card Game
- Four in a Row Board Game
- Loop Game / Dominoes
- 3 Worksheets (plus answers)
This bundle contains 3 packs which can be purchased separately if required:
There’s enough in my French Family BUNDLE 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 demi-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.
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