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AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught along side AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80. The lesson includes:- Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise and consolidate key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students - Variety of games and activities to practise and consolidate the key vocabulary - Introduction to using a variety of negatives in French - Activities to practise using negatives in French - Grammar boardgame - Grammar worksheet - Page 80 Ex. 1 Reading including answers- Page 80 Ex. 2 Reading including answers- Page 80 Ex. 3 Listening including answers and transcript - Page 80 Ex. 4 Speaking - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80.

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80.

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught along side Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ville de reve ou de cauchemar - Page 80. The lesson includes:- Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise and consolidate key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students - Variety of games and activities to practise and consolidate the key vocabulary - Introduction to using a variety of negatives in French - Activities to practise using negatives in French - Grammar boardgame - Grammar worksheet - Page 80 Ex. 1 Reading including answers- Page 80 Ex. 2 Reading including answers- Page 80 Ex. 3 Listening including answers and transcript - Page 80 Ex. 4 Speaking - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Ma ville / Ma region / Mon quartier / My town / My region / Problems in my area / Negatives

Ma ville / Ma region / Mon quartier / My town / My region / Problems in my area / Negatives

This is a complete lesson which teaches students how to use a variety of negatives to describe their region or area and problems in an area. The lesson includes:- Introduction to key vocabulary to describe problems in an area - A variety of games and activities to describe problems in an area - Vocabulary handout- Introduction to using negatives in French- Grammar handout- Grammar boardgame - Grammar worksheet For a version of this lesson designed for the AQA / Edexcel GCSE French Studio book, please see my online shop.

By ftbnemesis

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79.

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79.

This is a complete lesson designed to go with Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79. The lesson includes:- Starter - Revision of the core vocabulary from the previous lesson - A simple reading worksheet on Belgium - A reading worksheet on the region of Brittany - A paired dictation activity designed to practise using the core vocabulary in sentences - A link to a video of Brittany to provoke discussion - A postcard activity based on a visit to Brittany - A worksheet to practise the core vocabulary with translation into and from French - Page 79 Speaking exercise 4- Page 79 Reading exercise 5 with answers- Page 79 Writing exercise 6 - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79

This is a complete lesson designed to go with AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 79. The lesson includes:- Starter - Revision of the core vocabulary from the previous lesson - A simple reading worksheet on Belgium - A reading worksheet on the region of Brittany - A paired dictation activity designed to practise using the core vocabulary in sentences - A link to a video of Brittany to provoke discussion - A postcard activity based on a visit to Brittany - A worksheet to practise the core vocabulary with translation into and from French - Page 79 Speaking exercise 4- Page 79 Reading exercise 5 with answers- Page 79 Writing exercise 6 - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught with AQA Studio (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78. The lesson includes:- Starter - Introduction to the key vocabulary for this page - Activities and games to practise and consolidate the key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students to stick into exercise books- Dominoes game with pictures to practise key vocabulary - Boardgame to practise using the key vocabulary - Page 78 Exercise 1 Listening with answers- Page 78 Exercise 2 Reading with answers- Page 78 Exercise 3 Listening with answers, transcript and listening grid - Introduction to using the pronoun "y"- Activity to practise using the pronoun "y" - Worksheet with various exercises to practise use of the pronoun "y" in French. - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78.

Edexcel Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78.

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught with Edexcel Studio (Higher) - Module 4 - Ma region est top! - Page 78. The lesson includes:- Starter - Introduction to the key vocabulary for this page - Activities and games to practise and consolidate the key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students to stick into exercise books- Dominoes game with pictures to practise key vocabulary - Boardgame to practise using the key vocabulary - Page 78 Exercise 1 Listening with answers- Page 78 Exercise 2 Reading with answers- Page 78 Exercise 3 Listening with answers, transcript and listening grid - Introduction to using the pronoun "y"- Activity to practise using the pronoun "y" - Worksheet with various exercises to practise use of the pronoun "y" in French. - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Ma region / My region / My area / Pronoun "y"

Ma region / My region / My area / Pronoun "y"

This is a complete lesson which teaches students to describe the key features of their area in French. Students learn how to describe where their region is, how long they have lived there, what the area looks like, things they can see and do there and to describe any famous people who were born there. The lesson includes:- Introduction to the key vocabulary- Vocabulary handout for students - Activities and games to practise and consolidate the vocabulary - Introduction to using the pronoun "y" in French with activities and a worksheet For a version of this lesson designed for the AQA and Edexcel GCSE French Studio textbooks, please see my online shop.

By ftbnemesis

AQA Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76

AQA Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught alongside AQA Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76.The lesson contains:- Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise and consolidate key vocabulary - Vocabulary around the room activity - Vocabulary list - Picture Battleships game to practise key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students to glue into books - Page 76 Exercise 1 Listening (includes grid to print, answers and transcript)- Page 76 Exercise 2 Speaking - Page 76 Exercise 3 Listening (includes answers and transcript)- Introduction to the imperative - Activities to practise using the imperative - Grammar worksheet (the imperative)- Vocabulary and translation worksheet - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

French activities  'My town'

French activities 'My town'

KS3 worksheets on how to describe a town.4 different worksheets with a variety of activities to revise places in town, il y a / il n'y a pas / on peut / on ne peut pas, opinions.

By audebie

Edexcel Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76

Edexcel Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76

This is a complete lesson which is designed to be taught alongside Edexcel Studio (Higher) GCSE French - Module 4 - Point de depart 2 - Page 76.The lesson contains:- Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise and consolidate key vocabulary - Vocabulary around the room activity - Vocabulary list - Picture Battleships game to practise key vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students to glue into books - Page 76 Exercise 1 Listening (includes grid to print, answers and transcript)- Page 76 Exercise 2 Speaking - Page 76 Exercise 3 Listening (includes answers and transcript)- Introduction to the imperative - Activities to practise using the imperative - Grammar worksheet (the imperative)- Vocabulary and translation worksheet - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Ma ville / Mon village / My town / Where I live / Town and region / Imperative

Ma ville / Mon village / My town / Where I live / Town and region / Imperative

This is a complete lesson which teaches students how to describe their town, city or village in French. The lesson includes:- Introduction to the vocabulary to describe what there is in a town or city with pictures of Morocco- Activities to practise and consolidate the vocabulary - A stick the pictures around the room and match them to the phrases activity - A Battleships game with pictures to practise the vocabulary - A vocabulary handout- A vocabulary and translation worksheet - An introduction to the imperative- Activities to practise using the imperative - Grammar worksheet - Grammar handout For a version of this lesson designed for the Edexcel and AQA Studio textbooks, please see my online shop.

By ftbnemesis

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.Don’t forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

Les transports - A French resource for KS2 and KS3

Les transports - A French resource for KS2 and KS3

This resource focuses on various types of transport in French, places in town and the verb "aller".It includes:1. a colourful 12 slide powerpoint presentation introducing different modes of transport in French2. a clear powerpoint presentation explaining when to use "a la, au, a l' and aux".3. a powerpoint presentation which includes the verb "aller", places in town and modes of transport (can be used as a class speaking activity for pupils or as a written task)4. a worksheet - matching the transports to the correct words5. a wordsearch to reinforce the names of transport in French6. a coded activity to reinforce the new vocabulary learned.If purchased, please leave a review. Many thanks.

By Binou

Ville de reve ou ville de cauchemar module 4 lesson 4

Ville de reve ou ville de cauchemar module 4 lesson 4

New Studio textbook-AQA GCSE French HigherVille de reve ou ville de cauchemar module 4 lesson 4.Ideal for teachers like me who do not have the teacher's book or active learn online.I have included all the answers to the activities but also some introduction of some of the vocabulary that students would come across throughout the activities.There is also one slide with some grammar practice on negative.

By desneige

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - PowerPoint

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - PowerPoint

This PowerPoint introduces 12 places in a village/town/city and uses the terms "there is/are" and "there isn't/aren't".This PowerPoint comes with audio to support non-language specialists.You will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don't forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - Rey le Robot

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - Rey le Robot

Rey le Robot flashes through places in a village/town/city 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!You will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don't forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - worksheets (2)

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - worksheets (2)

This resource comprises of two worksheets which can be used separately or at the same time for differentiation purposes. There is a basic matching activity on 10 places in a village/town/city and a multiple choice sheet.You will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don't forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - flashcards

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - flashcards

This resource comprises of 12 flashcards covering the places in a village/town/city in this unit. They can be used to introduce and build vocabulary, for display or as part of games.You will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don't forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities bundle

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities bundle

All you need to introduce pupils to 12 places in a village/town/city and the phrases "there is/are" and "there isn't/aren't" in French.This bundle includes:- a clear vocabulary list- PowerPoint (with audio to support non-language specialists)- flashcards- dice templates- QR code activity- Rey le Robot- tarsia triangle- 2 worksheets- create your own worksheets- vocabulary cards and lots of ideas of how to use them!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - QR code activity

French Local Community - Buildings, landmarks and local amenities - QR code activity

A QR code activity for pupils to practise their reading and writing skills. Pupils will need either phones or iPads/tablets with a QR code scanner, they then scan the code and complete the sentence. Answers are providedYou will find all the terms covered in this vocabulary list and don't forget to check out the bundle for best value for money!For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.

By lisadominique

French GCSE New Specifications -Theme 2 – Local, national, international and global areas of interest

French GCSE New Specifications -Theme 2 – Local, national, international and global areas of interest

This covers the whole of Theme 2, Topics 1- 4. The work contained in this large bundle is enough for at least a complete half term. The bundle contains lengthy Power Points for each topic/ sub-theme. The Power Points are broken down into sections: 1) Grammar; 2) Listening; 3) Reading and Writing; and 4) Speaking. There are a large number of different worksheets to accompany exercises on the Power Points; and transcripts for the listening activities as well as answers for the activities. The wide range of exercises include: vocabulary match-ups; verb and tenses exercises; listening comprehensions with different tasks; numerous reading comprehensions with different types of exercises to complete; translations into English and into French; photo stimuli for written tasks; blog writing tasks; role-play cards (foundation and higher); photo cards for speaking activities and questions related to the general conversation section of the speaking exam.

By cgazzal