Using a reading task about what I did at the weekend to revise the perfect tense, I use it at the beginning of Yr9 with the topic 'Ca t'interesse' from Expo. Last activity is a game of football, you need to print a picture of a football to be able to play (or add one you can move on the ppt)
This PowerPoint covers 11 important scenes in the film "La Haine". It provides questions to guide students in their understanding and analysis of the film. One of the films from the suggested list of AQA's new AS / A Level specifications 2016+.
This 30 page study guide has been designed to help teachers and Year 12 and Year 13 pupils study Les Choristes. It includes practical questions with specific timing references to get familiar with the themes and characters of the film. It was written to be useful for the preparation of the French A Level course. Printable cards with questions and statements for discussion for the Oral exam are also included.
A unit of work with the ultimate focus on translation into French. Pre-reading vocabulary and syntax manipulation tasks, a text, comprehension tasks, grammar and micro-translation tasks leading to three paragraphs for translation graded by difficulty. Activities include communicative practice, matching, word completion, syntax and morphology, and gap-fill.
This would suit sixth form students (advanced level) or first year university/college students and could be used in class or for independent practice. All the answers are provided. It will form part of a whole bundle of units for AS and A-level French which will be an invaluable supplement to your chosen course.
There are two versions, a pdf and an editable Word document. The unit consists of eight pages, plus answer key.
This resource is designed to go with AQA and Eduqas A-level French specifications in England , but could be issued to any A-level, college or undergraduate French student. It was written by Gianfranco Conti and Steve Smith.