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Le corps

Le corps

Teaching the body parts in KS1. An engaging presentation and an song my children loved to learn.

By Florentina03

Challenge eggs for your early finishers! + FREE thinking clouds AFL

Challenge eggs for your early finishers! + FREE thinking clouds AFL

The challenge eggs are great for your early finishers or simply to motivate your students to work harder in class. I created them for language lessons but my slides are editable and could easily be adapted to any other subject. When students finish their activity early or if they do something exceptional in class, they are allowed to pick a challenge egg and a fun and challenging activity is awaiting them! My students love them so I thought I would share the idea with you. In this resource: - All the egg fillers with plenty of activities - An editable slide for you to write your own activities - All the links to extra resources you need to buy, such as the eggs and the egg basket but also other G&T ideas Plenty of ideas are written under each slide!! Do not forget to read them :-) FREE resource ->>>> Thinking clouds Showing progress - Assess learning - Use as a plenary - Target setting A poster for the classroom with a booklet for students to keep in their folders. Have a box in the classroom under your poster with plenty of thinking clouds or give a booklet to each student at the start of the year so they keep it in their folder. I normally put an instruction on my power-point after an activity or at the end of a lesson and pupils know that they need to get a thinking cloud which is very fun for them. You can have different kind of instructions on the board such as: - What have you learnt in the lesson - Set yourself a target for next lesson - How well did you do in that test - What do you need to focus on - Write down five new words you learnt today, how are you going to memorize them? (check the sample slides I added to the resources, you can copy and paste it in your own power-point - easily editable). Students then fill in their cloud and stick it after the activity, test or end of unit. When you then check their books, you can observe the progress they have made throughout the term or year by reading the clouds. There is a French version of each resources. I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular activity or slide, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden

By MllePierre

Allez 1 - Units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 + Transition pack (worth £45)

Allez 1 - Units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 + Transition pack (worth £45)

A bundle worth £45 with a transition pack from primary school to secondary school offered (£4 worth) - A starter activity for each lesson on the first slide + learning objective + challenge activities throughout the power-point - Vocabulary games and worksheets with challenge activities - Speaking and writing activities to be able to talk about yourself (age, name, family) - Learn this alphabet (link to songs on the power-point) - Countries + game on flags - Talk about your nationality (gender and adjective agreement) - Definite and indefinite articles (le/la/les - un/une/des) - Say where you live and where you used to live (survey activity with editable worksheet) - Work on formulating simple questions in French - Avoir with a dice game and grammar activities to practise this irregular verb - Numbers up to 31 + months + seasons + birthday + date - Talk about your favorite object - Colours + adjective agreement - A worksheet to accompany each power-point - A revision worksheet to practise the vocabulary and grammar points seen in the unit - Writing end of unit test + a vocabulary test - Mon autoportrait (description of your hair and eyes) - An adjective agreement game to do in class with all the students (see explanation under the slide) - Grammar explanation on adjective agreement - A lesson on the verb "être" with various activities to practise the irregular endings (also some activities with être and adjective agreement) - A written activity on yourself and your family with a nice worksheet. - A fun Kinesthetic game on possessive adjectives (see explanation under the slide) - A listening activity on family with transcript - A slide on how to build a fun family tree with a sample - Vocabulary worksheet on family - A lesson on teachers and comparatives to build up the vocabulary range of your students - Some fun mini-whiteboard games on opinions (speaking activity) - explanation under the slide - A role-play activity on school subjects and teachers - Sentence building activity on comparatives (see worksheet) - A lesson on friendship and adjectives to describe your friends - A written activity and competition game with mini-whiteboard on friendship - A worksheet to accompany each power-point - A revision worksheet to practise the vocabulary and grammar points seen in the unit - Reading and grammar end of unit test - countries - types of accomodation - j'habite + prepositions - à + town - au, en + country - introduction of the imperfect (avant, j'habitais...) -giving opinions - Grammar explanation on infinitives and conjugating -er verbs - A fun mime the verb game - A worksheet with a writing activity to use longer sentences and verbs of opinion + infinitive - A mini-whiteboard game to practise conjugating -er verbs - Homework on verbs to follow up what has been seen in the lesson - A survey activity on pets to get the students talking in French - Guess what is missing game with pets - Practise asking questions in French and answering them about pets - Adjective position in the sentence with a written activity to practise - Create a column chart with the most popular animal in the class - A reading activity to work out the meaning of colors and adjectives - A full grammar explanation on adjective agreement - Fill the gaps reading exercise on adjectives - A power-point on numbers from 0-60 with possibility to use mini-whiteboards - A written activity in the past tense on a day at the zoo. - Fun games to get the students to speak in the target language (see explanation under the slide) - A listening activity on what you saw and did not see at the zoo - Vocabulary slides with lovely pictures - Plenty of mini-whiteboard games on colours with animals and on opinions about animals - Grammar explanation on negative forms and verbs of opinion - Several writing activities about your favorite restaurant - Survey activity on likes and dislikes - Translation exercises - A writing activity to use longer sentences and verbs of opinion + infinitive - Grammar explanation on the partitive with worksheets to practice - Grammar explanation on infinitives and conjugating -er verbs - A lesson on infinitives and how to conjugate -er verbs - A worksheet explaining the steps of conjugating an -er verb - A fun mime the verb game - A mini-whiteboard game to practise conjugating -er verbs - Grammar explanation on numbers and quantities - Learn high numbers to be able to give prices and quantities - Mini-whiteboard activities about numbers and quantities - Games with prices - Dialogue worksheets to build up to role-play activity - A number worksheet - Put the dialogue back in order worksheet to help with role-play activity - A grammar explanation of 'il y a' and 'il n'y a pas' - Grammar explanation 'on peut + infinitive' and other grammar revision - A song with lyrics created and sang by me with a link to the Youtube video - Vocabulary building activities to teach directions - A grammar explanation on the imperative with exercises to practice - A grammar worksheet on the imperative in French - An iPhone activity - A grammar explanation on modal verbs - A grammar explanation of prepositions with 'de' and exercises to practice - A grammar worksheet on prepositions in French I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden

By MllePierre

Learning French Is Fun! - Bundle

Learning French Is Fun! - Bundle

Are you learning French? Are you looking for a fun way to learn French? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in French. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into French. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!

By peterfogarty

French Garden Flash Cards and Colouring, Early Years, KS1

French Garden Flash Cards and Colouring, Early Years, KS1

This resource, aimed at Early Years/KS1 contains 11 flash cards covering French vocab of things you'd find in the garden. The flash cards are also presented in a bunting style so that if you wish you could laminate and hang in your outdoor area. The final activity is a sheet of blank garden objects to colour and stick to create your own garden scene. Children could draw a basic garden first and then stick objects onto it or just stick to a brightly coloured piece of paper, as they are doing this to help reinforce the French vocab you can ask them if they remember any of the items in French or tell them the words again as they are sticking. Word and PDF files included so that you can edit/add to if you wish. All images are free to use and distribute with CCO licences.

By mrspomme

Who Wants To Be a Millionaire (France)

Who Wants To Be a Millionaire (France)

A 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' themed quiz on everything French. This students can play in teams, independently teacher V's the class, etc. All the questions and answers have been created but they can be easily changed to suit the level and interest of the pupils. It is also a great formative assessment tool at the end of a lesson or topic.

By conortrg1

French art, shapes and colors full lesson / Les formes et couleur en francais

French art, shapes and colors full lesson / Les formes et couleur en francais

Teaching a language is not just about vocabulary and grammar but it is also about culture. How about embedding some culture while teaching your students about shapes and colors? This complete lesson made of a PPT (38 slides) and an activity booklet (10 pages) will help you teach your students about shapes, colors but also opinions and different types of paintings. By the end of the lesson your students should be able to recognize different types of paintings and they should be able to give their opinion. Here's what you get: - a self-target setting slide - a word search about colors and a dictionary search - a review about clours - an introduction to shapes through a matching up with shapes/colours - drilling of shapes through games (guessing game and multiple choice, colouring activity) - a quiz about famous artists/paintings - a recap about likes/dislikes + fruit/vegetables (through Arcimboldo) - a matching up about artistic movements - a pair work -back-to back game with descriptions - a reading activity with a description about Monet's Femme à l'ombrelle - a writing activity to describe some paintings - a plenary with expressions related to colors - a review of objectives Have fun

By foxtrotters

Halloween Teaching Bundle

Halloween Teaching Bundle

Here is a fun, multicultural, cross curricular set of resources for Halloween. There are maths resources, different language resources, photos about how people celebrate Halloween and even a phonics sheet about Halloween.

By peterfogarty