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MFL Classroom Display - The Power of the Infinitive - French and Spanish

MFL Classroom Display - The Power of the Infinitive - French and Spanish

MFL Classroom Display - The Power of the Infinitive - French and Spanish Range of high value, cross-topic structures followed by the infinitive. Why is it effective? - Requires minimum teaching for maximum impact - Can be copied into books and placed on display (designed for A3 printing and laminating) - The list can easily be extended - Allows students to generate a lot of meaningful language without being inhibited by the need to conjugate - Especially useful for motivating for students who find it difficult to juggle tenses - Structures can be recycled across a wide range of topics
HFLanguages
Qu'est-ce que je vous sers? (What can I get you?)

Qu'est-ce que je vous sers? (What can I get you?)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary relating to ordering and paying for food and drink. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
European Day of Languages Pin Badges

European Day of Languages Pin Badges

Tutor Time: European Day of Languages Pin Badges This is a selection European Badges that we print out on card and have pupils to write what language they speak on them. They then wear these badges throughout the day and use them as a talking point. There is also a blank badge for pupils to draw their own flag and write their language of choice. Even if the pupils don't speak a European language we encourage them to tell everyone what language they do speak. We even wear badges as staff. We have great fun with these. Badges included: Sweden Switzerland Great Britain Spain Croatia Ukraine Wales Austria Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Portugal Romania Norway Netherlands Poland England Malta Scotland Italy Feedback is most welcome. Please do not hesitate to contact us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite
TeachElite
European Day of Langauges Cards for about 30 European Languages

European Day of Langauges Cards for about 30 European Languages

PDF file of 34 cards (picture on one side and on the other country info along with some basic phrases) to use as a whole school activity for European day of languages. I have distributed these among all staff as school and pupils and staff have had a go at different languages throughout the day.
iluvlesta
Le passé composé  en vacances - The French past tense on holidays with Mrs Vandertramp verbs.

Le passé composé en vacances - The French past tense on holidays with Mrs Vandertramp verbs.

This resource is an introduction on how to use the Mrs Vandertramp verbs in French past tense. It starts off by revising how to form the passé composé with verbs that take "avoir" as an auxiliary. There is an opportunity to formatively assess pupils' understanding on how to conjugate the past tense with avoir through a translation activity on MWBs, and the task is differentiated with support and challenge embedded within the instructions. Once the pupils are familiar with avoir verbs, the lesson moves on to introduce être verbs through the use of a song. The pupils are expected to write down the past participles for the être verbs that they see/hear in the video. Again this activity is differentiated by outcome, the verbs that the pupils are expected to find are colour-coded by traffic light colours. The pupils are also introduced to agreements of the past participles and tested on their understanding with a correct the errors activity. Finally, the main task of this lesson is a worksheet which is, again, differentiated by outcome. The pupils are given the choice on where they wish to start on the worksheet depending on how confident they feel. This sheet tests their understanding on which verbs take avoir or être. This lesson would fit seamlessly into a topic on holidays as all of the additional vocabulary is related to a holiday in Paris.
crotte10
European Day of Languages Worksheets

European Day of Languages Worksheets

5 worksheets with food/sports/transport/instruments/festivals and traditions from aroud the world. At the top, in French in a font which pupils can colour in are the words 'I learn about our differences, I respect other people and I am interested in (whichever if the 5 things above- food.festivals etc.) Then pictures of a range of those htings for pupils to label and colour. Great dictionary activity, great EDofL activity and if you introduce it using the video in the preview you are sending strong message about diversity and acceptance. Link to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2-fI_jCRAE&list=LLSu2YmgzpuEJ5jep6aYS5bg&index=1
betsybelleteach
THE FRENCH ALPHABET

THE FRENCH ALPHABET

This resource is for students in Year 7 French who are beginning to learn French. Students will learn how to pronounce each of the letter of the alphabet in French. They can sing the alphabet following the teacher. It is a very useful activity for young students especially when they are asked to spell their names. Therefore, by helping students to understand and become familiar with the alphabet, we are giving them an indispensable tool in helping to make their communication intelligible. it is believed that, learners who are unable to pronounce words are also unable to understand them. This means that teaching pronunciation is an important area which should be dealt with regularly
marycottle
French Numbers 0 to 12 with Audio File

French Numbers 0 to 12 with Audio File

French Numbers 0 to 12 learning or revision sheet with QR code audio for independent learning both at school or at home. Ideal for KS2 up to KS3 Year 7. Pronunciation provided both phonetically and with or without the audio QR code. The audio can easily be scanned by a mobile device using a free QR code reader downloaded from an app store. This resource allows the teacher to differentiate and extend learning. Suitable for all learners including SEN and EAL pupils.
LanguageMagnet
European Day of Languages Bundle

European Day of Languages Bundle

Three European Day of Languages resources included in this bundle: a board game, a flag colouring activity and a video about diversity with French quotes. There is an extra resource thrown in- an animal quiz- nobody has ever bought it but I love it and it will be useful to G&T pupils next half term.
betsybelleteach
Making timers and 2 MFL games in PowerPoint

Making timers and 2 MFL games in PowerPoint

This PPT is for teachers wishing to enhance their PPT skills. It explains how to insert simple timers into your presentations for use in class. Step-by-step instructions are given. It also gives step-by-step instructions for designing 2 different MFL games: 1) The hidden star game where pupils guess which picture in a 3x3 grid has a star hiding behind it 2) Pelmanism (pairs) using 10 cards, 5 with pictures and 5 with vocabulary in the target language
r_kingman13