French teaching resources: My life

Resources and ideas for French, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

GCSE  Intensive verbs and  tenses revision

GCSE Intensive verbs and tenses revision

A number of grammar quickies and gap-fill exercises to practise tenses and reading comprehension skills across most GCSE topics. For free self-marking ONLINE grammar activities go to language-gym.com/work-outs/ and select grammar modules. For a free interactive ONLINE verb trainer go to: www.language-gym.com/verb-trainer/

By gianfrancoconti1966

FRENCH ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

FRENCH ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN FRENCH!FRENCH EASTER BUNNY ANIMALS GAMES CARDS are perfect for young learners of FRENCH. They provide lots of opportunities to learn a range of animals, both masculine and feminine, and really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Children can develop their skills in word recognition and recall, pronunciation, speaking, listening and reading in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They’re a great way of introducing the concept of gender, and of looking at determiners in FRENCH too.It doesn’t matter is any of the animals don’t feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the card games encourage children to engage happily and confidently with FRENCH, to identify cognates and to begin to link spelling with sound in FRENCH. They also help learners begin to work out the meaning of unknown words using visual clues and prompts. Along the way, children may even get to know some new animals!There are 100 cards in total, which include 2 sets of 50 cards to enable you to differentiate your games: - blue bunny cards with the word written out in full in FRENCH, as well as the picture prompt. - blackline bunny cards with the word written out in full in ENGLISH, as well as the picture prompt- blackline bunny cards with the picture prompt only- blue bunny cards with the word written out in full in FRENCH - this is really useful for word recognition and recallThe animals featured are:- bee- bird- cat- chicken- cow- dog- duck- elephant- fish- fox- frog- giraffe- horse- lion- monkey- owl- parrot- pig- rabbit- sheep- spider- squirrel- tiger- tortoise/turtle- zebraI've suggested a range of really successful and popular games to play - play them games as often as possible around EASTER TIME for maximum benefit - the EASTER BUNNIES are always really popular with little learners! Playing against a timer adds some extra fun! Laminate the cards for longevity - you will be able to play the EASTER BUNNY games for many EASTERTIMES to come!The resource consists of a single, non-editable pdf file - I've included a couple of preview images so that you can see what the resource looks like. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.MERCI BEAUCOUP ET JOYEUSES PÂQUES !

By LivelyLearning

Simple opinions - dice (2)

Simple opinions - dice (2)

Two dice templates that can be used for a variety of topics. One gives the French for I like, I love, I don't like and I hate and the other has image only equivalents.

By lisadominique

Simple opinions - vocabulary cards

Simple opinions - vocabulary cards

Three sets of vocabulary cards to reinforce I like, I don't like, I love and I hate in French. They come in three formats (image only, vocabulary only and image and vocabulary) and can be exploited in numerous ways to practise reading, speaking, writing and spelling.

By lisadominique

Simple opinions - Rey le Robot

Simple opinions - Rey le Robot

This Rey le Robot game flashes between four images to I like, I love, I don't like and I hate when you press "s" in slideshow mode. Press "s" again to stop him. Pupils say/write whichever slide it lands on.*Note: This works best on a quick computer!

By lisadominique

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French Local Community - Simple opinions on where I live small bundle

French Local Community - Simple opinions on where I live small bundle

Introduce your pupils to simple opinions in French when describing where they live. Included: - Dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint (with audio to support non-language specialists) - clear vocabulary list - flashcards - dice templates (2) - vocabulary cards (3 formats) - dice writing game - Rey le Robot - translation worksheet - make your own word searches and crosswords For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

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French Local Community - describing where you live mega bundle

French Local Community - describing where you live mega bundle

All you need to teach your pupils how to describe where they live with simple opinions and local area descriptions. Included: - Dyslexia-friendly PowerPoints (with audio to support non-language specialists) - clear vocabulary lists - flashcards - dice templates - vocabulary cards - dice writing game - Rey le Robots - QR codes activity - tarsia triangles - worksheets - make your own word searches and crosswords For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French activities 'Me and my family'

French activities 'Me and my family'

KS3 worksheets on how to introduce yourself and your family.3 different worksheet with a variety of activities to revise how to present yourself, your family, pets, personality and physical description.

By audebie

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Point de depart 1 - Page 74

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Point de depart 1 - Page 74

This is a complete one-hour lesson which is designed to accompany the AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) textbook - Module 4 - Point de depart 1 - Page 74. The lesson includes:- Starter - Introduction to the essential vocabulary - Activities to practice and consolidate the vocabulary - Vocabulary handout - Vocabulary and translation worksheet - Reading Exercise 1 Page 74 with answers- Listening Exercise 2 Page 74 with answers and transcript - Speaking Exercise 3 Page 74 - Boardgame to practice vocabulary - Introduction to saying "in" in French - Activity to consolidate using "in" in French - Grammar handout for students - Grammar worksheet

By ftbnemesis

Transition pack - Bonjour - Ça va? -  introduction to French {EDITABLE} {TWO LESSONS}

Transition pack - Bonjour - Ça va? - introduction to French {EDITABLE} {TWO LESSONS}

BONJOUR - ÇA VA?Allez 1 or Tricolore 1The first two lessons on how to greet someone in French. These two lessons come with fully editable power-points and lots of fun images and interactive activities to get your students motivated and interested in the subject. Great lessons to start the year.- A mini-video and a French 'bonjour' rap song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7tJSTCI-L8)- A first fun homework worksheet- Lots of mini role-plays activities to get them speak- Some spelling and pronunciation tips throughout the power-point- Confidence building activities to start the year- A starter activity for each lesson on the first slide + learning objective - Challenge activities throughout the power-point- A listening activity with a video link- A plenary activity to check understandingI 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

Les reseaux sociaux et la cyberintimidation

Les reseaux sociaux et la cyberintimidation

2 separate word documents- one based on cyber-bullying and the other on social networking (for and against). Each handout has some useful phrases that advanced French students could use in opinion/reaction tasks. The handouts used a variety of tenses and expressions.

By emercullen

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Personality Dice Game

Personality Dice Game

Laminate this game for a long-lasting resource to help with m/f agreements on adjectives about personality.

By Polly_Glott

French daily routine phrases lesson

French daily routine phrases lesson

This interactive lesson is ideal for learning 9 phrases for describing someone's daily routine with times in French. It includes audio files recorded by native speakers for pronunciation practice (click on the white boxes to hear them), a variety of paired activities and differentiated assessment opportunities at every stage of the lesson, including a final plenary. The notes include suggested activities to get the most out of the resource. You can upload this onto your VLE so students can practise the phrases at home. Adding images does enhance the learning experience but I do not own the rights to any images I could use so I had to remove these.

By darbonator

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French and Spanish GCSE Essentials Booklets with interactive lessons

French and Spanish GCSE Essentials Booklets with interactive lessons

This bundle contains the comprehensive essentials booklets I created with exercises to practise revision. Having studied many years' worth of listening and reading exams in French and Spanish, it was apparent that common language kept appearing. These booklets contain the non-negotiable vocabulary all students really need. I have added in some interactive lessons as well that can be used to recap the basics. These can be uploaded on a VLE for students to practise their pronunciation at home.

By darbonator

Les Animaux Activities

Les Animaux Activities

A selection of resources for practising the names of 12 animals in French. Includes: images to labelnaming the animal from a part shown imagenegativesplurals - saying how many pets you haveword searchcrossword puzzleIf you consider this worth buying, 'un très grand merci.' Feedback and comments are always welcome and appreciated.No attribution is required for coloured photos.My thanks to cliparts.co and clker.com for the use of the clipart images

By labellaroma

Countries and nationalities

Countries and nationalities

A 38 slide Power Point on countries and nationalities. French vocab, flags, nationalities ( masculine and feminine) Includes use of s'appeller, habiter and etre. Difference between place you live and place of origin. Speaking, Reading and writing tasks. Suitable for KS2 and KS3.

By skirky

French Summer Vacation - write a postcard - Cartes Postales

French Summer Vacation - write a postcard - Cartes Postales

Fun Postcard Writing Activity - creative writing/personal narrative writing activity to supplement your French curriculum or for use in a writing station or center.This pack contains;* Instructions for use,* 7 postcards with images: Salutations de Paris, beach, camping, sailing, castle and mountains, hot air balloons, safari.* a blank postcard for students to draw their own picture.Teaching and learning opportunities include:Letter writing conventions - address, greeting, signing offPersonal narrative and creative writingUsing vacation vocabulary.Descriptive language to create imagesAdverbs of time and sequence - today, tomorrow, then, later etcUsing present, past and future tenses.Students love the cute graphics and the completed cards make a great display.You may also like our:French Summer Vacation - Beach Topic setFrench Summer flip books and vocab worksheets

By LlanguageLlamas

J'ai un animal

J'ai un animal

KS2/KS3 French lesson on animals.A 36 slides PPT to introduce 10 animals and to revise the verb to have (j'ai/je n'ai pas de) and to be (elle/il est).A worksheet to accompany the PPT.+ Memory cards.

By audebie

Journal Intime- French Diary Entry

Journal Intime- French Diary Entry

A 3 page word document based on the 'journal intime'/French diary writing. This writing task comes up in Irish Leaving Cert Exams, (OL and HL). This handout introduces students to the diary and lays out some useful phrases which can be used in most diaries e.g. Beginnings, endings, positive feelings, negative feelings and extra vocab. Also includes a small sample diary entry.

By emercullen

Les emails/Writing French Emails

Les emails/Writing French Emails

A 4 page word document based on email writing in French. Introduces email writing and lays out lots of useful phrases for tackling this kind of question. Phrases include a variety of tenses and are well laid out under headings. Also includes a sample email.

By emercullen

Primary Spanish: To say your age up to 12 (worksheet)

Primary Spanish: To say your age up to 12 (worksheet)

Illustrated b/w worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks encouraging pupils to read and write numbers up to 12 and write their ages. An age listening activity which can be used either in conjunction with the corresponding power point show or with the teacher pretending to be different ages and saying them has also been included. (Lección 5 worksheet - To say your age up to 12 - is part of the Year 3 Autumn 1 Spanish series: About Ourselves. The worksheet is designed to accompany the power point show of the same lesson objective. There is a further set of classroom display resources with an illustrated pupil vocabulary learning mat and a set of free lesson plans with a vocabulary and grammar notes.)

By scwebster

Pets in French

Pets in French

Powerpoint introducing pets in French and including games. Enough for three or four lessons. Introduction of vocabulary, speaking activities, writing tasks, match ups, games, tests. Moves on to adding adjectives, giving opinions and writing longer paragraphs.

By Mortimer007

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Primary Spanish: Year 3 Aut 1 About Ourselves Unit

Primary Spanish: Year 3 Aut 1 About Ourselves Unit

* 7 interactive power point shows with a range of native speaker sound files, games , songs, raps, with listening (including a short story) , reading & speaking activities; * A3 format copiable pupil workbook pdf with 7 lesson worksheets featuring 3 illustrated b/w differentiated tasks; (Turn on short side when printing booklet) * 7 lesson plans and plain speak vocabulary & notes; * colour illustrated pupil learning mat & classroom flashcard /display resources; * Overview of Year 3 MFL units

By scwebster

Y7 - French possessive pronouns

Y7 - French possessive pronouns

Suitable for mixed ability Y7 class.Revise family members and add possessive pronouns.Can be adapted and you can use school items (la trousse...) instead.

By tostaky

GCSE French conversation questions with model answers

GCSE French conversation questions with model answers

KS4 revision for speaking conversation questions task. Questions with model answers on the 5 themes. Model answers can help pupils who need ideas for their answers. These answers can also be used for reading comprehension or to recap tenses/adverbs/vocab...

By audebie

La lettre- French Letter

La lettre- French Letter

A word document which contains key phrases for the French Letter (Junior Cert standard). Phrases are under headings e.g. family, friends, the weekend, pastimes etc... so that they are easy to find. English and French are used for each phrase. This is a go-to handout for students when writing French letters and should cover the majority of content needed for Higher level and ordinary level. Could also be used to prep students for their oral exam as it covers most topics that comeUp in the oral. Also attached is a short PPT to introduce the letter to higher level students. I print this out afterwards and give it to the students as additional notes. For an introduction to letter writing for younger students, see 'my shop'.

By emercullen

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Describe your town or city

Describe your town or city

This resource is destinated to learners of French as a foreign language (Year 8, 9, 10 or even for IGCSE French revision). The objective is to revise basic adjectives that can be useful to describe a hometown. Firstly, students need to read adjectives. Then they need to use them in a description of their hometown or an area in a city.

By olgab8