This is a worksheet I designed for year 7 students to allow them to practise places in town using 'à la/au/aux' and to conjugate the verb 'aller'. It also incudes a pairwork activity for that purpose and a reading comprehension at level 3.
I am using this after a lot of oral work on different sports. First fill in the gaps on the second slide (these are all sports we have already learnt or easily guessable ones. Then fill in the rings and finally do the wordsearch.
This is a presentation introducing the rainbow song to be sung to the tune of 'I can sing a rainbow'. Pupils can start by following the words, then they have to name the colours, then finally sing with no words at all. It is an adapted version of one I downloaded a few years ago, so apologies for not giving the initial author full credit! There is an swf file to go with it. Pupils drag and drop the correct colour onto the rainbow (in the same order as the song) to hear the sound file.
A Powerpoint presentation with pictures of the wolf from the comptine 'Loup y es-tu?' with various items of clothing in different colours. The lyrics of the song are shown at the end.
These are taken from the 'Let's Sing and Dance in French' version of the song which is available to download on itunes.
The pictures could also be made into flashcards.
Adapted from an English resource shared online. Pupils can colour and assemble their own version of the Eric Carle book, great for learning animals and colours and supporting literacy.
First lesson on a creative project I organised after completing the 'Crime au chateau' section in Expo, but it can be organised by itself. The crime is that the Headteacher has been killed !! This first part takes about 2 lessons. I place students in groups of 6/7: each will be a character (don't forget to have an inspector in each group). In lessons 1/2 we work on character description and they design and describe 1 character each. Then they make a poster as homework with a picture of their character. Could be developped to include work on clothes and accessories.
A task I generally give for homework over October half term, but as the ppt 'lower' shows I also used it to have the lower ability students busy during a speaking assessment / for a lazy end of term lesson.
An engaging lesson enabling students to understand, write and speak about a ‘wanted’ criminal.
Resources: Powerpoint of the lesson, Support/Extension booklet Plenary squares powerpoint
• Phonics starter
• Differentiated success criteria
• 20 second translation challenges
• Writing and speaking challenge with self and peer assessment
• Plenary squares