A starter where students had to work out how to form the perfect tense of reflexive verbs, followed by revison of frequently used verbs in the perfect tense, leading to sentence building on daily routine. worked well with my 8th Grade
PowerPoint presentation on reflexives in the perfect tense. I had covered ‘avoir’ verbs and ‘être’ verbs before doing this with the class. It’s aimed at the class contributing and predicting a lot of it as we go along, because my class already knew how ‘être’ verbs worked and the only new addition to their prior knowledge was the reflexive pronoun, which they had done in the present tense already. This was used with a credit class in S4 in the Scottish system.
Lesson introducing rooms in the house, including a guessing-game for the starter, a match-up, a reading activity, battleships for speaking practice (handout version is already available on TES), a longer reading activity and an ongoing dictionary task as an extension activity. Successfully used as an interview lesson!
These new GCSE assessment booklets are intended to be printed as A4 booklets and completed by pupils at the end of each half term. The assessments are geared around the content of Echo 1 and Echo 2 (Heinemann) and the price for this resource is purely accredited to what the resource maker has created. *
Each assessment booklet includes:
2 writing assessments based around disciplines tested in the New GCSE
3 speaking assessments based around disciplines tested in the New GCSE
Improvement opportunities for pupils
Feedback opportunities for teachers
A tracker of grammatical content
Extension opportunities to cater for all abilities
A professional front cover, suitable for Ofsted evidence
* The module content of Heinemann Echo 1 and Echo 2 is not charged for in the above price since this is not my resource to sell.
A set of 102 cards. Each card contains a pronoun, a verb and a colour.
The set contains common regular and irregular verbs. There are also 16 blank cards to create your own.
The game can be played in any tense, but is intended for the present tense.
Aim of the game is to get rid of your cards. Each students starts of with 6 cards. First card of the remaining deck is put face up. Students start to play clockwise. Each students can put down a card if it matches either the colour, the verb or the pronoun of the previous card. Students are only allowed to put down their card if they have conjugated the verb on their card according to the pronoun on their card.
If a student can't put down a card or makes a mistake, they take a card from the remaining deck.
The set contains common regular and irregular verbs. The game can be played in any tense, but is intended for the present tense.