A lot of my pupils have problems deciding which of these to use (I have a display in my classroom to help them, which I’ve also uploaded separately) so this is just a short task to practise using them correctly.
A lot of my students have problems deciding which of these to use (I have a display in my classroom to help them, which I’ve also uploaded separately) so this is just a short task to practice using them correctly.
BUNDLE of 2 lessons on the topic of 'la classe'<br />
LESSON 1 - CLASSROOM OBJECTS - UN/UNE <br />
Teach school objects and gender of nouns.<br />
Learn about indefinite article (un, une, des).<br />
Work on pronunciation of je and j'ai.<br />
LESSON 2 - CLASSROOM OBJECTS - LE/LA/LES<br />
Teach classroom instructions and revise gender of nouns.<br />
Learn about the definite article (le, la, les).<br />
Work on the imperative.<br />
I hope you will enjoy my ressources and I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much.<br />
This stuff went down really well with my Y9s (middle ability). They'd learnt how to do regular avoir verbs in the perfect tense and I wanted to move them on to use some irregular verbs.
The starter is matching the infinitives, past participles & English meaning of some irregular verbs, then I worked through the activities on the Dejeuner du Matin powerpoint. I'd say it would take 2-3 lessons to get everything done, depending how much time you spend on discussion and pronunciation practice.
A brochure in French for Hogwarts School - my Y11s went nuts over this, they're all big Harry Potter fans, and its fame spread so I ended up with Y7s asking if they could see it too (I suspect a lot of them thought it was really from Hogwarts, bless them).
You could use this for a reading comprehension, gapfill, speaking activity - anything really.
These are from the old spec AQA GCSE papers, but they're still of use for revision & exam practice. I&'ve taken all of the questions from the last 3 years&'; reading, writing é speaking papers and put them into booklets by topic - I use them as ongoing homework or classwork with my GCSE groups as we're going through the key topics. Hope they&'re useful to other people as well!
PowerPoint and accompanying workpack designed to encourage pupils to use a variety of complex structures in their spoken and written French. I use it as a revision tool for pupils to use as part of their controlled assessment preparation. Please do let me know if you spot any mistakes.
Print out the cards and laminate them. Pupils work in pairs or small groups and race against each other to form the perfect tense with the cards after reading the infinitive and the subject from the PowerPoint. Good element of competition and really highlights how much (or little!) they actually know. Includes avoir and être verbs and agreement.
Can be easily adapted to suit your requirements too.
More, newer and better A level revision quickies here: <br />
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/23-new-a-level-french-revision-quickies-2016-11244907 <br />
For an free online self-marking version of these go to: www.language-gym.com/work-outs/. <br />
STEP 1 - Select French<br />
STEP 2 - Select Vocabulary<br />
STEP 3 - Select Advanced level<br />
Any feedback would be more than welcome