This is great - I'm sure others have spotted this, but we went on to form:
Mulled (Glowing) wine
Which was a great way to finish! Thanks again!
Initially sceptical, I have since used this technique to very good effect in KS4 and KS5. It helps students to think in a more structured way about a topic. There is a template in both French and German here, with an example on Les Loisirs in French, with a blank spare for students to do their thinking on. Try it - it seems to work!
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!
A useful collection of opinions and qualifiers, verbs/tenses, modals, connectives, time phrases, frequency adverbs, comparatives, relative pronouns, infinitive phrases, idioms. Good for KS3 and KS4. (the preview really doesn't do it justice!)
Explains in simple terms what are the new specs for Edexcel's MFL GCSE specification (Higher & Foundation) and lays out the marking criteria for teachers, so that they can easily refer to them in the course of putting together SOW, setting homework and preparing assessments.