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Holidays in French  Worksheets, Games, Activities and Flash Cards (with audio) Bundle (3 sets)

Holidays in French Worksheets, Games, Activities and Flash Cards (with audio) Bundle (3 sets)

A bundle of 3 sets of Holidays in French worksheets, games, activities and flash cards (with audio). This bundle contains the following individual sets of resources:- Camping and Winter Holidays in French- Holidays and the Beach in French- The Park in FrenchFor each of the above sub-topics, you receive the following:- Online games (with audio)- Poster- Flash cards- Matching activity- Label the images worksheets X 2- Word search- Spelling worksheetA PDF and an editable version of each file is included.To see what these resources are like, please visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/numbers-0-10-in-french-worksheets-games-activities-and-flash-cards-with-audio-11241817 and download the similar resources on Numbers 0-10 for free.To find other French vocabulary resources, please visit the Save Teachers' Sundays website.

By SaveTeachersSundays

Studio 1 module 4 Unité 4 pp. 76–77 Coucou!

Studio 1 module 4 Unité 4 pp. 76–77 Coucou!

This ppt has been designed a lesson with starter,choral repetition,games,reading tasks etc.I also added a pelmanism game that can be printed out and used for grammar learning.Visit www.malingo.co.uk for more resources ideas.Check our Twitter corner for latest videos,authentic materials,website ideas,products etc.Join our mailing list to receive updates and news.

By malingo

Les repas, using 3 tenses. Studio 2  Module 4

Les repas, using 3 tenses. Studio 2 Module 4

This is a lesson based on Studio 2, module 4 chez moi, chez toi, but I added the near future tense in the lesson, as the texts from the Studio dod not allow for this and there was a need to stretch more able. You will need to refer to the texts from Studio 2 to do the translations, but these can be done without looking at the texts if Studio 2 is not used. The sequencing activities was a differentiated activitiy to stretch more able while others needed consolidation with the tenses ( refer to lesson plan )

By skiermeetsboarder

Food categories worksheet.

Food categories worksheet.

A powerpoint revising food followed by a worksheet where pupils put foods into categories - fruit/veg/meat/dairy products/ healthy/ unhealthy etc

By lucyday73

Food dice game.

Food dice game.

Food dice game. Pupils can play in pairs or threes. They throw a dice and say the French. First to reach the end wins. This template can be adapted to use for any topic by changing the pictures.

By lucyday73

French daily routine in the morning (No prep) / Ma routine du matin en français (lesson + exercices)

French daily routine in the morning (No prep) / Ma routine du matin en français (lesson + exercices)

Teaching about the daily routine to beginners is often fun. How about having the vocabulary, grammar, exercises and games in just one resource? This PPT lesson along with its booklet will help you teach in French about the daily routine with grammar and fun games. You will also get corrections of the activities in the PPT to guide your teaching and save you time!The powerpoint presentation contains 29 slides and the activity booklet 11. It is aimed at beginners/pre intermediate and it contains:- a detailed objective slide- a self- target setting slide- a video as a starter with vocabulary to check- a presentation of the vocabulary- drilling games (What is missing?, miming activities, slapping the board) - a matching up activity- a grammar point about reflexive verbs and a practice- an unjumble the sentences activity- a writing- a nought and crosses

By foxtrotters

French food and meals full lesson for beginners

French food and meals full lesson for beginners

Teaching about food is always fun. It’s even more fun with beginners! The question is where do we start? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback? This flexible resource with a PPT and booklet will help you teach about food items, meals and food habits. This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to textbooks/material.The resource contains a PPT with 39 slides and a booklet with 14 pages full of activities for your students so that they can keep a track of their learning. The activities are corrected in the PPT to save you time.The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills.You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class:- A brainstorming with a shopping list as a starter- A classification of items- A dictionary contest- A reading about breakfast with a comprehension grid- A matching up activity with breakfast items- An introduction to quantifier words (box, can, bottle, tube…)- A grammar point about indefinite articles (du, de la, des)- A practice about the grammar point- A ranking activity with likes, dislikes and opinions- Vocabulary about other meals (lunch, snack, dinner)- Further vocabulary matching up about fruit and vegetables- A conversation with opinions in pairs- 2 writing activities about food and favorite dishes.- A review of objectivesHave fun!

By foxtrotters

French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices

French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices

Teaching about food? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback to teach about food, restaurants and how to order? This delicious flexible resource will help you teach teenagers and adults about food habits, menus, different types of restaurants, ordering food... This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to textbooks/material.The resource contains a powerpoint with 22 slides with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. It also contains a booklet with 6 pages so that students keep a track of their learning.The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills.You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class:- A speaking about types of restaurants- A matching up with food items/menu- A conversation to reorder and to role play at the restaurant between customers and a waiter- A writing about menu- A conversation about ordering food in a fast-food restaurant with a comprehension grid- A disappearing game as a plenary- A review of objectivesHave fun

By foxtrotters

'La routine' with reflexive verbs

'La routine' with reflexive verbs

KS3 resource on daily routine using reflexive verbs.A 40 slides PPT to introduce reflexive verbs (for morning routine), to revise the time and/or time expressions and to create a storyboard.+ a storyboard to complete.

By audebie

GCSE French Speaking Practice Cultural Life

GCSE French Speaking Practice Cultural Life

KS3/KS4 resources to practice Speaking Papers in French on Cultural Life.Picture-based task (with model answers).General conversation questions (with model answers).Role play practice (cinema).

By audebie

Chatterbox template for leisure activities in French -questions and answers.

Chatterbox template for leisure activities in French -questions and answers.

Chatterbox template for leisure activities in French -questions and answers. Pupils walk around room using the chatterbox to facilitate conversations in the target language. There are clear instructions on the powerpoint on how to fold the template correctly so nothing can go wrong!! At the beginning pupils choose a number on the outside of the chatterbox and count out that number to reveal four of the eight questions for the next stage. In the final stage a leisure activity phrase is opened out.

By lucyday73

Questions in French

Questions in French

This resource includes a lesson explanation of the main structures of questions in French in the present tense + three exercises as well as the correction.

By celinedary2a

Chores and Daily Routine

Chores and Daily Routine

Two simple worksheets to consolidate knowledge of the vocabulary related to chores and daily routine (including reflexive verbs). Good sheets to leave for cover lessons.

By ozinscot

Holiday Lottery

Holiday Lottery

Getting students to come up with original ideas about their holidays. This lottery takes those choices away and gives some interesting results for students to work with.

By ozinscot

The Negative of French Present Tense Verbs.

The Negative of French Present Tense Verbs.

This pack has two PowerPoints that explain how to put present tense verbs in to the negative form. The first PowerPoint goes through forming the negative with n'/ne and pas for all verbs except reflexives. It then goes on to introduce ne ... rien/ jamais/plus/que. Each section has a range of exercises to complete and there is a worksheet to accompany the PowerPoint. These exercises include transition exercises, important to start early on, ready for the new GCSE specifications. The second PowerPoint follows a very similar format for reflexive present tense verbs and has exercises to complete. These presentations compliment my Complete Guide to Present Tense Verbs, following a tried and tested method.

By cgazzal

Primary French WORKSHEET: Leçon 3 To answer the register (Year 3 School Life)

Primary French WORKSHEET: Leçon 3 To answer the register (Year 3 School Life)

Leçon 3: An illustrated b/w worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks enabling pupils to read, understand and write titles (Mr, Mrs, and Miss) with teachers names and respond to them when they are taking the register. It moves on the support children in saying whether they or their friends are present or absent.(Other resources recommended for use with this resource include the power point presentation for this objective together with the illustrated pupil vocabulary learning mat for the unit).

By scwebster

A Complete Guide to Reflexive Verbs in the Perfect Tense/ Passé Composé.

A Complete Guide to Reflexive Verbs in the Perfect Tense/ Passé Composé.

This PowerPoint introduces pupils to reflexives verbs in the past perfect tense and gives a step by step method of how to form the past tense of reflexive verbs. The slides contain grammar notes that pupils can note in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using these verbs. There are a range of exercises to complete, as well as a reading comprehension and a writing task. There is also a separate worksheet with translation exercises into English and into French. This is a tried and tested method to ensure comprehension and the ability to confidently form the past tense with reflexive verbs.

By cgazzal

The Negative in French with the Perfect Tense/ le passé composé.

The Negative in French with the Perfect Tense/ le passé composé.

This pack has two PowerPoints that explain how to put past perfect tense verbs in to the negative form. The first PowerPoint goes through forming the negative with n'/ne and pas for all verbs except reflexives. It then goes on to introduce ne ... rien/ jamais/plus/que. Each section has a range of exercises to complete and there is a worksheet to accompany the PowerPoint. These exercises include a reading comprehension and transition exercises, important to start early on, ready for the new GCSE specifications. The second PowerPoint follows a very similar format for reflexive present tense verbs and has exercises to complete. These presentations compliment my Complete Guide to Past Perfect Tense Verbs, following a tried and tested method.

By cgazzal

French Games

French Games

KS3 resources to revise and practice French with games.Ready to print board games and memory games to practice basics.Ready to print battleship games to practice the present tense.

By audebie

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

Tenses and Translations practice in French with the routine topic

Tenses and Translations practice in French with the routine topic

This progressive resource is aimed at students learning French at low and higher levels.It contains a list of regular and irregular verbs related to the routine topic. The conjugation of irregular verbs and verbs with spelling changes is included. Students can refer to it when doing the activities.The tenses used in the exercices are: present, perfect, imperfect, future, conditional and pluperfect. Students can fill the gaps with just the tense you are studying. I have also included the answers in French as well as in English so that the resource can be used to practice translating (some notes were added to help doing just that).This resource allows me to check the progress of my students: Once they master the present, perfect, imperfect and future, I ask them to do the conditional and pluperfect tenses exercices.The game 'Translate and reveal the French expression' can be used as homework or pair work (all tenses are needed except the pluperfect).You will also find in my shop fgibbison many other fun resources in English, German and Spanish.I would love to hear how you got on with this resource: Thank you for leaving a review.I thoroughly review my resources to ensure that they are accurate. However, should you find some errors, I would appreciate if you could let me know. Merci Françoise.

By fgibbison

A Complete Guide to Reflexive Verbs in the Present Tense in French.

A Complete Guide to Reflexive Verbs in the Present Tense in French.

The first PowerPoint introduces pupils to reflexives verbs, in the infinitive and then gives a step by step method of how to form the present tense of reflexive verbs. The slides contain grammar notes that pupils can note in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using these verbs. There are a range of exercises to complete, as well as a reading comprehension and a writing task. This is a tried and tested method to ensure comprehension and the ability to confidently form the present tense with reflexive verbs.The second PowerPoint contains pictures of daily routine activities with the appropriate phrase in the first person and then moves on to tasks to complete using all pronouns with a wide range of reflexive verbs.

By cgazzal

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

Ma Routine - bargain bundle of resources

Ma Routine - bargain bundle of resources

A Lesson Plan Outline is included, suggesting how you may want to use the 5 resources included in this bundle.This pack works well for Year 7 French, using Expo 1 or Studio 1.The Starter is differentiated and throughout the lesson questions are asked of pupils to encourage them to think for themselves and explain how they work out answers. Pair and group work is also encouraged with the activities created.

By cathyp78

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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