Using this activity (students preparing for the CAE exam) can have some extra classroom practice using some language for discussing ideas, agreeing and disagreeing, coming to a conclusion, starting a discussion, etc.
Pictures to be used for paired discussion. Children to study the picture carefully, and talk about it: What is the picture about? Who are the characters? What do you like about the picture? Imagine you are in the picture, who would you be? Where would you be? What are you doing? Designed to be used with R-time lesson Year 1 lesson 1.15. Also useful for SEAL lessons and other times where images of multicultural families and people are needed.
Powerpoint with hyperlinks to a variety of Tintin film clips and a 'homage' short film of how Herge could have created the characters. Questions on some of the clips and revision of simple descriptions.
selection of resources on topics of holidays, francophone countries and culture, poetry by Aime Cesaire, links to popular culture, song from Equipe 2 (perfect tense holidays) reading and dictionary work, discussion points about French colonialism,
A compilation of all the listening questions on AQA 2010-2012 Context LIFESTYLE: Sub context: RELATIONSHIPS & CHOICES, FUTURE PLANS, SOCIAL ISSUES é EQUALITY. Relevant audio files, mark schemes and transcripts also included. Audio files are per question as grouped in the word file and I have cut out as much of the repetition and pauses as I can.
Please see other resources for more past papers by topic.
A fun way for pupils to learn any vocabulary!
Add your own music in the background with any timings you like on PowerPoint (already done for you, so just press start!)
The music included is not part of the price and is used simply as an example. Music could be deleted off of the PowerPoint and you could play your own choice of music on YouTube in the background!