Pupis need a table with 3 columns & 5 rows. In the first round, pupils guess which monument they are being shown a snapshot of é write down in column 1. In the second round, more of the monument is shown - they can keep or change their answer, and the same for round 3. For marking, they must have the correct monument in column 3 for 1 point. If they were correct in columns 2 é 3 they get 2 points; in all 3 columns 3 points (incorrect in column 3 = 0 points; correct in columns 1 é 3 = 1 point as not consecutive). the maximum score is therefore 15.
A 60 page pdf booklet of French Linked Translation Activities.
20 Topics. 3 differentiated translation worksheets per topic.
Ideal for MFL departments who need to set cover work.
Suitable for Years 7 -12 (11 -17 year olds)
20 Topics. Each topic has 3 differentiated levels: Entry, Continuation, Extension.
One A4 worksheet per level.
Each worksheet is divided as follows:
➢ Section A: 10 sentences to translate from French into English.
➢ Section B: 5 sentences to translate from English into French. These sentences are linked to the French examples in section A. Students can work out the French by careful scrutiny and manipulation of the sentences in the first section.
➢ Section C: vocabulary grid linked to the sentences. Grouped by gender, verb and other grammatical forms. The vocabulary grid can be included with the sheet or folded over and not copied for students. This provides a further element of differentiation.
➢ Section D lists the grammar areas covered.
➢ Answers are in a separate section at the back so that cover teachers can go over work.
The resource does NOT contain grammar explanations, just links to grammar points. The worksheets can be a springboard for further grammar work.
Vocabulary is based on word frequency and not on prescribed content of exam boards or publishers.
The focus is on general translation skills practice, and is not specifically aimed at GCSE. It is mainly an absorbing way to keep pupils busy and engaged.
This is an ideal resource if you or other colleagues are absent. Or just use it in normal lessons as extra translation-based topic reinforcement.
NWACWA Never Worry About Cover Work Again!
Simple presentation (30 slides) of transport vocabulary with some background info given about each. Written task, survey and plenary vocab multiple choice quiz.
Also, 2 page transport quiz suitable for homework or computer room with questions such as how wide is the English Channel and what does TGV stand for.
Lots of visuals. Suitable for KS2 and lower ability KS3.
3 pages of info, facts and images about the Eiffel Tower (in English) plus a page of reading comprehension questions and further written activities.
Suitable for homework, a non specialist or for cover work, in KS2 or KS3 low ability.