Early years French resources: social issues

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20 French vocabulary sheets

20 French vocabulary sheets

20 vocabulary sheets designed for all learners. Use as support for lower attaining pupils throughout the topic, as extra challenge for more able (give them to them ahead of the forthcoming topic) and as revision at the end of a unit. Excellent support during speaking activities and as an aid during extended writing.

By betsybelleteach

The French Revolution

The French Revolution

Several KS3 lessons about the French Revolution. Declaration of the rights of man. Storming of the Bastille. Robespierre. The Terror.

By morlem

The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror.

The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror.

This lesson should lead on from recently studying the 'Declaration of the Rights of Man'. Hook starter: As pupils enter the room the presentation will display an autonomously moving spot light to reveal a picture clue about the lesson. Learning Intention and differentiated outcomes (SMSC). Starter: Pupils' receive crime cards to which then then decide individually upon the most fitting punishment this will link in later with the lesson when the guillotine and how it was used during the 'Terror' is explained. Pupils can compare justice and crimes fitting the appropriate punishments. Pupils will consolidate with a video regarding how the Revolution became extreme though the September Massacre as a case study. Pupils' then compete in groups to complete a literacy relay regarding the 'Terror' to increase their knowledge of the events which took place and the main forces involved. Peep sheet has been provided here for differentiation. Pupils then watch a BBC Bitesize video to consolidate before answering a structured 8 mark exam style question. If time I then ask my pupils to peer assess with WW / EBI. All videos links are provided along with instructions and advice in the description of the presentation. Many thanks

By morlem

The French Revolution: Declaration of the Rights of Man.

The French Revolution: Declaration of the Rights of Man.

hook starter of a spotlight teasing an image of the declaration. Differentiated learning outcomes (SMSC included). Pupils will discuss their human rights, define its meaning and then create their own, 'Teenagers Rights'. Pupils will then learn about 'The Declaration for The Rights of Man' comparing and contrasting modern human rights with that of the French during the Revolution. Pupils will discuss the problems facing France and that of the 3rd Estate and how these problems were rectified by the declaration. Pupils then rank the rights in order of importance before deciding upon the most significant and how it affected France. Videos are embedded or links have been included in the description. Many Thanks.

By morlem

l'environnement

l'environnement

L’environnement’ is one of 15 presentations on real life topics that create the need to speak French within the classroom A series of entertaining picture choices sets up comparison and discussion at the level the teacher chooses, from straightforward to more complex,, and the whole series gives practice in the full range of GCSE vocabulary and grammar. The accompanying unscripted video can also be bought, and can be followed with the pictures either for listening for gist, or for further class discussion activities

By JohnWeston147

Jobs

Jobs

when I did this lesson on JOBS i got an outstanding by ofsted. all you need to do is write a lesson plan. this lesson has a starter, title page with objectives. lots of exercises. lots of fun and up to date material.

By amer-mushtaq

Le Portable et Internet

Le Portable et Internet

Vocabulary to introduce student to the topic of mobile phones and internet. Are we addicted to this technology. Weighing up pros and cons. Helps students to write opinion pieces and to broaden vocabulary

By ciaraeliz