This worksheet describes in an extremely stereotypical way a typical French, Quebecois, Belgian, and Swiss person. It is a useful resource to introduce personality adjectives and introduce the theme of "French speaking countries" at the same time. However, I should add that when the pupils discover the text, it is imperative to remind them that this document should be taken as a joke, and that it does not represent an accurate view of French speakers at all but that it is just a list of common misconceptions! This document could also be used in a lesson plan on multiculturalism and tolerance.
Les parties du corps humain avec Bart Simpson et une silhouette (masculin, féminin, pluriel) + 'j'ai mal à/au/aux' avec images et explications de grammaire + 'je n'ai pas mal' + petite révision de vocabulaire + phrases de plus en plus complexes mais drôles à traduire
A detailed presentation, with pictures, of the Wallis & Futuna islands, in the Pacific Ocean: - flag/map/general views - presentation of the different islands - some characteristics of the population - the main facts about the economic system - some random interesting facts.
A-Level unit of work for A-Level pupils about Brittany : a complete series of 7 lesson plans and their resources (7 themes = geography /demography + history + music + economy + current events + tourisme + culture)
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In line with the new GCSEs this is a double sided literacy mat. It features key vocabulary of how to talk about the image and the main questions which can be asked about the photos. It also includes 6 sample photos. Great laminated or stuck on tables to teach students how to pass this part of the oral exam.
PLEASE NOTE TO SEE THE LITERACY MAT IN FULL YOU NEED TO DELETE THE BLUE BOX AFTER PURCHASING IT. THIS WAS ADDED SO PEOPLE DO NOT COPY THE RESOURCE FROM THE PREVIEW WITHOUT PURCHASE.
This package contains a range of materials for the teaching of KS3, GCSE and A level French. I have included some tracking documents using both the Old KS2 levels and the new Scaled score levels as a starting point. Each of the trackers comes with an analysis tool so that you know where you are with the cohort and you can identify the different groups of learners (PP, AEN etc). They are ideal for driving effective intervention. Please add me on Twitter @thenortherner19 for questions and updates.
A LEVEL FRENCH COMPREHENSIVE REVISION RESOURCES
GCSE FRENCH 35+ revision or first teaching resources. EXTENSIVE PACKAGE
GCSE FRENCH REVISION RESOURCES A AND A* ESSENTIAL TIPS
GCSE SPANISH/FRENCH/GERMAN Tracking document with analysis tool
KS3 FRENCH LITERACY MAT
MFL 1-9 Grade Tracker with ANALYSIS of whole cohort (GCSE or KS3 - as long as you use 1-9)
NEW MFL 1-9 Grade Tracker with ANALYSIS of whole cohort (USING SCALED SCORE KS2)
70 + AfL activities for all teachers