A worksheet that requires students to match questions with answers correctly in French. The outcome can then be used as a model for students to create their own holiday report in written or even spoken French. There is another worksheet that supports this activity.
I have tried numerous ways of explaining the past tense and there are some great resources on the TES for tutorials and activities. However I could not find an easy to follow handout covering everything there is to know about the passé composé, that was straight forward and fitted on 2 pages (either for double sided copies or 2 A5 on an A4 landscape way).\nAnyway, I ended up making my own and I hope you find it useful too ☺ \nI usually do whole class examples and later use mini whiteboards for individual practice.
French Powerpoint presenting information in the past about holiday activities, using the scenario of one holiday in the Bahamas. Language presented includes details of where stayed, the weather, activities undertaken, all bolstered with opinions.
I tried to select a nice topic and theme to teach and revise various skills and grammatical aspects . It links to Expo3 ( la Normandie ) rouge with the discovery of an area but I jaust added more on this so students get to compare areas and see how varied France is. I will add more through a different power point and add worksheets , this is taking ages .... hope it helps. I used the interactive quiz with the gap fill as a little starter and introduction about the Alps before showing the Power Point.
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)
Unit 4 Qu’est-ce qu’on fait?
Teaching about activities, hobbies, chores, likes and dislikes in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help!
This resource of 10 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about places in town, activities, hobbies, chores, opinions and reasons etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system.
It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners.
With this resource you will be able to teach about:
- Places in town/home
- Opinions and reasons
¥ à + definite article
¥ irregular verbs
¥ questions with Est-ce que ...? and Qu’est-ce que ...?
¥ simple opinions
¥ imperative forms
¥ using a dictionary effectively
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