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Writing assessment preparation about yourself

Writing assessment preparation about yourself

This resource, aimed at year 7 or early French learners, provides a list of key verbs and an exemplar text cut up into sections to complete a writing assessment about yourself. It can be useful for and end of year assessment, or to assess the level of older students at the beginning of the year.
MrLoutre
Ca va?- Using the target language

Ca va?- Using the target language

Presentation with "cute cats" pictures to encourage student to vary their answer to the question "Ca va" and to encourage them to justify their answer
melodie
KS2 FRENCH FOR JUNIOR SCHOOL

KS2 FRENCH FOR JUNIOR SCHOOL

LET'S LEARN FRENCH These are some of the units I created for the teaching of French in our Junior School. They are aimed at Years 5 and 6, but they can be edited to use with younger pupils. You will see that all of the units are punctuated with videos from youtube. They were/are easy to locate and build into the programme; as well as, of course, selecting other appropriate videos to bring the course to life. The French may not be perfect; neither is mine. So feel free to correct, amend, and do whatever you want with the units. Bonne chance, mes amis!
JPCRETON
Expo 1 French - Module 1, C'est Parti - 'Introductions' - 5 resources

Expo 1 French - Module 1, C'est Parti - 'Introductions' - 5 resources

5 Activities included for Expo 1, pages 6 and 7. (1) Introduction to new language - worksheet with grid on for students to complete. All key words from these pages are in grid, to match with English above. Mark out of 9. Students could work in pairs and complete without the book. Look for clues (appelle(s) in both question and answer etc). Encouraging Independent Learning and Team Work. *Reflection on Learning* - how do they work out this new language? What skills are used? (2) French and English vocab of same language as Word document, for you to copy and paste onto Smart / Prometheus, so students can come and move word endings and translations around, to match. Do without worksheet and books to make more challenging. (3) Gap-fill worksheet with new language. Words in bubbles at bottom. Could always delete these on a different sheet, for more able students. (4) Speaking Game with Dice (one die in pairs will suffice) - once you have practised the pronunciation, students can play this Speaking Grid Game. Extension translation activity follows. (5) Sondage - survey to be done around class. Includes instructions, grids to cut out and stick in books, which students complete during survey. Separate info cards, one per student (28 provided) to give info in French. ****This activity includes name, how they are and age - if numbers up to 20 have not been done yet, then you may want to delete the 'age' part or teach numbers first, from module 1**** I hope you find these activities useful. Soon, I will be adding more activities from Module 1.
cathyp78
French Lesson Bundle (1 term) Beginners

French Lesson Bundle (1 term) Beginners

This bundle contains 10 French lessons for beginners, perfect for using with KS2 or KS3. It teaches children greetings, feelings, introductions, nationalities, numbers, ages, colours, how to describe their eyes and hair and how to describe their height and size. The plans all give details of a starter, how to teach the new vocabulary, followed by a combination of listening activities, speaking activities, reading/writing activities and plenary. Each lesson is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lessons are included in the price. This includes a PowerPoint for each containing the new vocabulary. (These lessons are also available as individual lessons or as a small unit)
blossomingminds