Allez 1 - Unit 6 - KS3 - C'est mon truc - WHOLE UNIT - Worth £10!!

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - KS3 - C'est mon truc - WHOLE UNIT - Worth £10!!

All the lessons with editable power-points (10-15 slides each on average) for Unit 6, Allez 1 UNIT 6 - C’est mon truc - KS3 5 whole lessons + all the worksheets Please do not forget to read the teaching tips under some slides :-) Learn how to use possessive adjectives with clothes Revise adjective agreement with colors and clothes A weather forecast project and speaking activity Learn weather phrases in French with one direction A reading and writing activity about the weather in France Learn how to pronounce clothes with different activities Revise colors and learn about textures A speaking activity on clothes and time phrases A first introduction to the verb ‘porter’ A fun reading and writing activity on clothes and style Learn how to pronounce activities you do during the week Revise the verbs ‘jouer’ and ‘faire’ in the present tense + preposition Plenty of speaking exercises and games on activities and sport Grammar explanation on jouer + preposition A worksheet to build up vocabulary Homework to consolidate the topic Learn how to pronounce the time and daily routine reflexive verbs Learn how to tell the time in French and write it Learn how to use reflexive verbs in the present tense Plenty of mini-whiteboard activities to practise the time A worksheet to practise the use of reflexive verbs and write using them Plenty of challenge activities for your most able students
MllePierre
Punctuation Penguin Literacy Mat for English and MFL French Spanish German Urdu

Punctuation Penguin Literacy Mat for English and MFL French Spanish German Urdu

A lovely literacy mat that I created. It includes a penguin icon to make the poster exciting. A ‘British’ penguin shows the English rules, And there are his French, Spanish German and Urdu buddies too on the second poster. Engaging and destined to draw your pupils eyes to the various exciting punctuation features across 5 languages. Available as a Powerpoint download - when the file is downloaded, please delete the red ‘preview’ boxes :)
leszekekert
Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon look - 6.1 - les vêtements - clothes - KS3 French

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon look - 6.1 - les vêtements - clothes - KS3 French

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon look - 6.1 - les vêtements - clothes - KS3 French This resource includes a worksheet and a power-point (about 10 slides) on the topic of clothes. Fully editable power-point Worksheet to accompany the power-point Learn how to pronounce clothes with different activities Revise colors and learn about textures A speaking activity on clothes and time phrases a first introduction to the verb ‘porter’ A worksheet to build up vocabulary a plenary activity to consolidate learning a fun reading and writing activity on clothes and style If you would like to check the standard of my resources, you can download unit 6.2 of the same chapter for FREE, here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/allez-1-unit-6-tu-portes-quoi-quel-temps-fait-il-6-2-free-11108167 I 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.
MllePierre
Magic square on French conditional tense conjugation no prep practice worksheet

Magic square on French conditional tense conjugation no prep practice worksheet

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs nager, travailler, parler and chanter and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. It’s also a nice break from the regular conjugation worksheets. Enjoy!
msteresaja
L'école - La cantine - Food

L'école - La cantine - Food

This bundle is a set of 4 lessons. Lesson 1: Cultural lesson including a listening activity in the TL - cards to match up Lesson 2: Introduction of food - cafeteria food using a set of cards and the partitive article Lesson 3: a revision of the food and partitive article Lesson 4: revision of the topic
Podoudipopo
La cantine - Revision

La cantine - Revision

This lesson is the 3rd of of the set. This resource aims to Y7 learning about food in the cafeteria, the differences between French and English school. The grammar points revised here are the partitive article (du/de la/ des / de l’) as well the pronoun ‘on’ and how to conjugate it to the present tense, regular ER verbs. They will also revise the questions forming. The lesson includes: the power point presentation with animation set of vocabulary cards lesson plan (when it says exercise sheet - screen shot the power point to create the activity if needed to be printed)
Podoudipopo
French tenses display

French tenses display

Great summary of tenses (present, imperfect, perfect, near future and simple future) with examples for a great looking classroom!
tesswaldmeyer
La cantine - Food - du/de la / des - revision

La cantine - Food - du/de la / des - revision

This is resource 2 of the set about ‘la cantine’ / food in a school cafeteria. This resource aims to Y7/Y8. It revises simple opinion, vocabulary about food, knowledge and understanding of feminine, masculine and plural as well as using the partitive artcile that goes with the gender (du/de la/ des / de l’) and the contraction of the vowel. On the top of these revision students will be able to manipulate language about food and they will be able to start to questionning by understanding the differences in french with a yes/no answer and a WH answer. This lesson includes: a power point presentation with animations to make the lesson flow the lesson plan with activities differenciated and AFL a set of cards used in lesson 1 to print and cut (all in TL)
Podoudipopo
French key core vocabulary laminate

French key core vocabulary laminate

From Year 7 to Year 11. Great help for some French key core vocabulary (speaking/writing/grammar). Front side: date, question words, questions and answers to get the students to use the TL in lessons, sentence openers to write paragraphs and a summary of tenses. Back side: time phrases, tenses, sentence openers, intensifiers, adjectives, quantities, connectives, negative forms, superlatives, comparatives, prepositions, talking about others and idioms. Laminate to display on the students’ tables. I would advise printing it out on A3.
tesswaldmeyer
Classroom display (connectives ranging from easy to hard)

Classroom display (connectives ranging from easy to hard)

The single most important resource I’ve ever used, this easy to assemble display means you have instant scaffolding for students of all abilities. Everytime you want them to write something, all you need to do is set a minimum number of connectives to use. Over time, students get used to looking up to find a new one; they also have a way of challenging themselves to use more advanced language because they are colour-coded. Any writing task I set, I always refer to this display and give students specific targets about how they should extend their French sentences. Anytime we do a speaking exercise, this display forms the backbone. A lot of the resources I create, including all the French ones I have uploaded to TES, use language taken from this display. This is the key to all those resources. I cannot emphasise enough how useful a display like this has been in my classroom. I was soon noticing that the best students would note down a few of the better connectives to use when recording their homework, just so that they could make sure they used their best French.
BenWhittingham
Grammatical quizzes

Grammatical quizzes

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate students. It includes grammar quizzes on times phrases and general French knowledge through a variety of themes and topics.
MrLoutre
The perfect tense

The perfect tense

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate students. It includes material to teach and practise “the perfect tense”, such as a worksheets, reference material and a presentation.
MrLoutre
The imperfect tense

The imperfect tense

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate students. It includes material to teach and practise “the imperfect tense”, such as a worksheets, reference material and a presentation.
MrLoutre
The imperative

The imperative

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate students. It includes material to teach and practise “the imperative”, such as a worksheet and a presentation.
MrLoutre
The future tense

The future tense

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate learners. It includes material to teach and practise “the simple future tense” such as worksheets, reference material, activities and a presentation.
MrLoutre
The conditional tense

The conditional tense

This set of resources is aimed at KS4 level students or beginner to intermediate learners. It includes material to teach and practise “the conditional tense” such as worksheets, reference material, activities and a presentation.
MrLoutre
Séquence - Le conte - French natives

Séquence - Le conte - French natives

Séquence de lecons (15-20 lecons, 31 pages) sur le conte. Dossier complet avec compréhensions en lecture, exercices de grammaire, taches d’écriture et grilles d’évaluation Réalisée pour une classe de 1ere secondaire de l’enseignement belge (6e-5e en France) Structurée comme suit: production écrite les caractéristiques du conte (narrateur, temps de conjugaison) Passé simple Vs imparfait décrire des personnages et un cadre spatio-temporel structure narrative du conte rédiger en paragraphes réécriture de la production écrite initiale
werycharlotte
Present tense introduction

Present tense introduction

This set of resources is aimed at early KS3 level students or beginner students. It includes material to teach and practise “the present tense”, such as worksheets, presentations and reference material.
MrLoutre
Adjectives

Adjectives

This set of resources is aimed at KS3/KS4 level students or beginner to advanced learners. It includes material to go over adjective rules, comparative structures and superlative structures such as worksheets, revision material and presentations.
MrLoutre
Cryptogramme - École et opinions

Cryptogramme - École et opinions

Cryptogram on school and opinions in French (with solution on the last page), with differentiation / extention activities to make the most out of the actual text. Ideal as cover work
werycharlotte
Verbes au futur simple - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

Verbes au futur simple - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

✮ Verbes au futur simple - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE ✮ These conjugation worksheets will help your primary French students practice 60 verb conjugations in the futur simple. In addition to writing conjugations, you have the option to ask them to write a sentence using the verb in the tense indicated. There is a checklist written in French for students to check their work for common errors before turning it in. If you just want to have your students practice conjugating, I have included worksheets for that as well. A large variety of regular and irregular verbs is included (see below). Just have a look at the preview to check out a few examples.Great for core French and immersion schools! Pick and choose worksheets with the verbs included as your students learn them: avoir, être, aller, faire, oublier, attendre, choisir, manger, vendre, finir, prendre, dormir, appeler, payer, jeter, voyager, lever, commencer, sortir, partir, offrir, ouvrir, mettre connaître, savoir, vouloir, devoir, pouvoir, venir, voir, croire, boire, lire, dire, écrire, comprendre, entendre, écouter, monter, montrer, descendre, rentrer, revenir, retourner, passer, venir, arriver, devenir, deviner, entrer, tomber, rester, courir, envoyer, obtenir, recevoir, employer, acheter, conduire, lancer Here’s what you get: ⭐60 worksheets (one for each verb listed above) for conjugating and writing sentences. ⭐60 worksheets for conjugating only and there’s a picture to color if they want to. ⭐Each page has two worksheets on it for you to cut them apart down the middle and save on printing. ⭐60 pages total A few ways you can use these worksheets: ⭐No prep quick quizzes ⭐No prep homework ⭐Exit slips ⭐Warm up work ⭐Early finishers ⭐Literacy centers ⭐Test review ⭐Tutoring ⭐Laminate to use and reuse LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
Verbes à l'imparfait - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

Verbes à l'imparfait - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

✮ Verbes à l’imparfait - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE ✮ These conjugation worksheets will help your primary French students practice 60 verb conjugations in the imperfect tense. In addition to writing conjugations, you have the option to ask them to write a sentence using the verb in the tense indicated. There is a checklist written in French for students to check their work for common errors before turning it in. If you just want to have your students practice conjugating, I have included worksheets for that as well. A large variety of regular and irregular verbs is included (see below). Just have a look at the preview to check out a few examples.Great for core French and immersion schools! Pick and choose worksheets with the verbs included as your students learn them: avoir, être, aller, faire, oublier, attendre, choisir, manger, vendre, finir, prendre, dormir, appeler, payer, jeter, voyager, lever, commencer, sortir, partir, offrir, ouvrir, mettre connaître, savoir, vouloir, devoir, pouvoir, venir, voir, croire, boire, lire, dire, écrire, comprendre, entendre, écouter, monter, montrer, descendre, rentrer, revenir, retourner, passer, venir, arriver, devenir, deviner, entrer, tomber, rester, courir, envoyer, obtenir, recevoir, employer, acheter, conduire, lancer Here’s what you get: ⭐60 worksheets (one for each verb listed above) for conjugating and writing sentences. ⭐60 worksheets for conjugating only and there’s a picture to color if they want to. ⭐Each page has two worksheets on it for you to cut them apart down the middle and save on printing. ⭐60 pages total A few ways you can use these worksheets: ⭐No prep quick quizzes ⭐No prep homework ⭐Exit slips ⭐Warm up work ⭐Early finishers ⭐Literacy centers ⭐Test review ⭐Tutoring ⭐Laminate to use and reuse LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
Verbes au passé composé - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

Verbes au passé composé - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

✮ Verbes au passé composé - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE ✮ These conjugation worksheets will help your primary French students practice 60 verb conjugations in the passé composé. In addition to writing conjugations of helping verbs avoir and être with past participles, you have the option to ask them to write a sentence using the verb in the tense indicated. There is a checklist written in French for students to check their work for common errors before turning it in. If you just want to have your students practice conjugating, I have included worksheets for that as well. A large variety of regular and irregular verbs is included (see below). Just have a look at the preview to check out a few examples.Great for core French and immersion schools! Pick and choose worksheets with the verbs included as your students learn them: avoir, être, aller, faire, oublier, attendre, choisir, manger, vendre, finir, prendre, dormir, appeler, payer, jeter, voyager, lever, commencer, sortir, partir, offrir, ouvrir, mettre connaître, savoir, vouloir, devoir, pouvoir, venir, voir, croire, boire, lire, dire, écrire, comprendre, entendre, écouter, monter, montrer, descendre, rentrer, revenir, retourner, passer, venir, arriver, devenir, deviner, entrer, tomber, rester, courir, envoyer, obtenir, recevoir, employer, acheter, conduire, lancer Here’s what you get: ⭐60 worksheets (one for each verb listed above) for conjugating and writing sentences. ⭐60 worksheets for conjugating only and there’s a picture to color if they want to. ⭐Each page has two worksheets on it for you to cut them apart down the middle and save on printing. ⭐60 pages total A few ways you can use these worksheets: ⭐No prep quick quizzes ⭐No prep homework ⭐Exit slips ⭐Warm up work ⭐Early finishers ⭐Literacy centers ⭐Test review ⭐Tutoring ⭐Laminate to use and reuse LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
Verbes au présent - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

Verbes au présent - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE

✮ Verbes au présent - 60 verbes français à conjuguer - PRIMAIRE ✮ These conjugation worksheets will help your primary French students practice 60 verb conjugations in the present tense. In addition to writing conjugations, you have the option to ask them to write a sentence using the verb in the tense indicated. There is a checklist written in French for students to check their work for common errors before turning it in. If you just want to have your students practice conjugating, I have included worksheets for that as well. A large variety of regular and irregular verbs is included (see below). Just have a look at the preview to check out a few examples.Great for core French and immersion schools! Pick and choose worksheets with the verbs included as your students learn them: avoir, être, aller, faire, oublier, attendre, choisir, manger, vendre, finir, prendre, dormir, appeler, payer, jeter, voyager, lever, commencer, sortir, partir, offrir, ouvrir, mettre connaître, savoir, vouloir, devoir, pouvoir, venir, voir, croire, boire, lire, dire, écrire, comprendre, entendre, écouter, monter, montrer, descendre, rentrer, revenir, retourner, passer, venir, arriver, devenir, deviner, entrer, tomber, rester, courir, envoyer, obtenir, recevoir, employer, acheter, conduire, lancer Here’s what you get: ⭐60 worksheets (one for each verb listed above) for conjugating and writing sentences. ⭐60 worksheets for conjugating only and there’s a picture to color if they want to. ⭐Each page has two worksheets on it for you to cut them apart down the middle and save on printing. ⭐60 pages total A few ways you can use these worksheets: ⭐No prep quick quizzes ⭐No prep homework ⭐Exit slips ⭐Warm up work ⭐Early finishers ⭐Literacy centers ⭐Test review ⭐Tutoring ⭐Laminate to use and reuse LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular ER-verbs conjugation

Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular ER-verbs conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs parler, danser, chanter and manger and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre

Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre

Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre Le jeu des sept familles - A classic card game is fun for students of all ages! This version is for practicing the present tense conjugations of être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre. Includes: How to play (en français) 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock This card game is an excellent way to practice and memorize verb conjugations, and it will have your students speaking to each other in French the whole time! In the deck of 42 cards there are 7 families of 6 cards (je - tu - il - nous - vous - ils). One player distributes five cards to each player (2 to 4 per group). The rest of the cards are placed in the “pioche”. One player begins the game by asking another player to give him a card. He might say: Dans la famille AVOIR, est-ce que tu as J’AI? His goal is to come up with a complete family. If the player doesn’t have it, he says PIOCHE. If he draws the card that he asked for, he can continue to play and ask someone for another card. Each time a player comes up with all six members of a family, he can make a stack. At the end of the game, the player with the most sets of families wins!
jenniferlcrespin
Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games Le jeu des sept familles - A classic card game is fun for students of all ages! This version is for practicing the present tense conjugations of regular ER verbs. 2 game sets are included using the following verbs: finir, choisir, obéir, réussir, accomplir, grandir, grossir, nourrir, punir, ralentir, réfléchir, remplir, rougir, vieillir. Includes: How to play (en français) Set 1: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock Set 2: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock This card game is an excellent way to practice and memorize verb conjugations, and it will have your students speaking to each other in French the whole time! In the deck of 42 cards there are 7 families of 6 cards (je - tu - il - nous - vous - ils). One player distributes five cards to each player (2 to 4 per group). The rest of the cards are placed in the “pioche”. One player begins the game by asking another player to give him a card. He might say: Dans la famille FINIR, est-ce que tu as JE FINIS? His goal is to come up with a complete family. If the player doesn’t have it, he says PIOCHE. If he draws the card that he asked for, he can continue to play and ask someone for another card. Each time a player comes up with all six members of a family, he can make a stack. At the end of the game, the player with the most sets of families wins!
jenniferlcrespin
French writing paragraph of the week - Full year French writing program

French writing paragraph of the week - Full year French writing program

**Full year French writing program - 50 French writing activities - Écriture sans préparation ** This whole year French writing program will have your students writing every day. Each of the fifty writing activities in this program includes five pre-writing and writing activities for Monday through Friday. These writing prompts are a great way both to introduce and to review writing. Provide each student with a paragraphe de la semaine folder and have them add to it every day as you give them daily assignments. At the end of the week have them turn in their folders. On Monday, you can start over again with a new theme. This paragraphe de la semaine writing resource contains 50 weeks worth of Monday through Friday prewriting and writing activities. When you purchase this French writing bundle you save 25% and as a bundle bonus you also get the same prompts in the form of speaking cards for differentiated learning. This encourages students to speak to each other in small groups using the same themes and vocabulary they’ve worked with through the writing program. For the speaking prompts, there is also a PDF with only one card per slide if you prefer to project the prompts or use them on tablets rather than printing. Use these weekly no prep writing activities with many different levels whether you teach primary immersion, primary core, or traditional middle and high school. You can easily modify the activities for older students. The themed prompts are suitable for any age. For older students you can just leave out the drawing activity and move through the others more quickly than you would with younger ones. Here are the themes included in set 1: ❶ le matin ❷ le week-end ❸ ma chambre ❹ je n’ai pas peur ❺ ma matière préférée ❻ les vacances ❼ les voisins ❽ la pizza ❾ la pluie ❿ l’école Here are the themes included in set 2: ❶ la personne que j’admire le plus ❷ mon anniversaire ❸ mon repas préféré ❹ les restaurants ❺ les sports ❻ après l’école ❼ les vêtements ❽ mon quartier ❾ notre salle de classe ❿ les émotions Here are the themes included in set 3: ❶ l’hiver ❷ mes parents ❸ j’étais fier ❹ je n’aime pas manger ❺ les devoirs ❻ être heureux ❼ un château de sable ❽ le soir ❾ j’ai peur ❿ bien élevé Here are the themes included in set 4: ❶ une cabane dans les arbres ❷ je n’aime vraiment pas manger ❸ un bon sandwich ❹ rester en bonne santé ❺ le samedi après-midi ❻ quand je serai adulte ❼ la piscine �� un parc d’attractions ❾ le zoo ❿ trois souhaits Here are the themes included in set 5: ❶ si j’étais invisible ❷ si j’étais un serpent ❸ la mer ❹ la montagne ❺ la télévision ❻ la lune ❼ voyager dans le temps ❽ si je savais voler ❾ les notes ❿ sous mon lit Here’s how this writing program works: ✍Lundi: Je dessine - Give students a drawing page with a writing prompt at the top. This will have them beginning to think about the writing theme for the week and is their first pre-writing assignment. Kids love drawing, and the pictures they draw will later serve as inspiration! ✍Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student receives a booklet to help them explore the vocabulary related to the week’s writing theme. The front page includes the writing prompt of the week and an image. The second page includes over 80 frequently used French words. Page three lists 12 words that go along with the theme of the week, and the back page has space for ten words that students have either thought of on their own or looked up in the dictionary. The booklet is a simple one page printable that you can either fold in advance or have students do it on their own. Kids write their name on the front cover and you could have them color it. ✍Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Students go back to their vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose ten words that they will include in their rough draft. The words they choose can be a combination of words they have chosen and themed vocabulary that was already written in the booklet. They then write down the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says “ Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe.” ✍Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Students write a rough draft of their paragraph using the vocabulary words selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page includes a 5 point checklist at the top for students to evaluate their work for themselves before writing the final copy on Friday. This will motivate students to look over their work and make corrections. ✍Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The fifth and final step in this writing program is to write the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about this week’s theme by now. At the top of the final copy page they’ll see the writing prompt and question words that they can ask themselves while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment ** Ways you can use this writing program:** ✎ Enhance your writing program by practicing a little every day. ✎ Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. ✎ Daily 5 rotations ✎ Homework ✎ Writing centers ✎ Fast finishers ✎ Tutoring sessions ✎ No prep sub materials ✎ Morning work ✎ Project on whiteboard for a whole class speaking activity
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 5 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 5 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day, Monday - Friday. Easy way to introduce and review writing. Give each student a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it as you give them assignments. On Friday, they turn them in. On Monday, start over. Themes in Set 5 invisibe serpent mer montagne télévision lune voyager dans le temps voler sous mon lit les notes Click here for Set 1 Click here for Set 2 Click here for Set 3 Click here for Set 4 Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a prompt. They think about the theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and their pictures serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary. Front page shows the writing prompt and image. Page 2 has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go with the theme, and the back page has space for 10 words students think of or look up. The booklet is a 1 page printable that you can fold in advance. Write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words are a combination of those they’ve chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write rough draft of paragraph using vocabulary selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate work before writing the final copy. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in the program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about the theme. The top of the final page has the prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 4 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 4 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day, Monday - Friday. Easy way to introduce and review writing. Give each student a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it as you give them assignments. On Friday, they turn them in. On Monday, start over. Themes in Set 4: une cabane dans les arbres je n’aime vraiment pas manger un bon sandwich rester en bonne santé le samedi après-midi quand je serai adulte la piscine un parc d’attractions le zoo trois souhaits Click here for Set 1 Click here for Set 2 Click here for Set 3 Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a prompt. They think about the theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and their pictures serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary. Front page shows the writing prompt and image. Page 2 has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go with the theme, and the back page has space for 10 words students think of or look up. The booklet is a 1 page printable that you can fold in advance. Write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words are a combination of those they’ve chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write rough draft of paragraph using vocabulary selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate work before writing the final copy. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in the program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about the theme. The top of the final page has the prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Enhance your writing program by practicing every day. Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 2 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 2 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day. There are 5 writing activities for Monday through Friday. This is an easy way to introduce and review writing. Give each student a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it as you give them assignments. At the end of the week they turn them in. On Monday, start over with a new theme. Themes in Set 2: la personne que j’admire le plus mon anniversaire mon repas préféré les restaurants les sports après l’école les vêtements mon quartier notre salle de classe les émotions Click here for Set 1 Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a writing prompt at the top. This will have them think about the writing theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and the pictures they draw will serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary related to the theme. The front page shows the writing prompt of the week and an image. The 2nd has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go along with the theme, and the back page has space for ten words that students either think of on their own or look up in the dictionary. The booklet is a one page printable that you can fold in advance. They write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words they choose are a combination of words they have chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write down the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write a rough draft of their paragraph using vocabulary words selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate their work before writing the final copy on Friday. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in this program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about this theme. The top of the final page has the writing prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Enhance your writing program by practicing every day. Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 1 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 1 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day. Each activity includes 5 writing activities for Monday through Friday. These prompts are a great way to introduce and to review writing. Provide each student with a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it every day as you give them assignments. At the end of the week they turn in the folders. On Monday, start over with a new theme. Themes in Set 1: le matin le week-end ma chambre je n’ai pas peur ma matière préférée les vacances les voisins la pizza la pluie l’école Click here for Set 2 How the program works: Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a writing prompt at the top. This will have them think about the writing theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and the pictures they draw will serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary related to the theme. The front page shows the writing prompt of the week and an image. The 2nd has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go along with the theme, and the back page has space for ten words that students either think of on their own or look up in the dictionary. The booklet is a one page printable that you can fold in advance or have students do it. They write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words they choose are a combination of words they have chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write down the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write a rough draft of their paragraph using vocabulary words selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate their work before writing the final copy on Friday. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in this program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about this theme. The top of the final page has the writing prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Enhance your writing program by practicing every day. Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
jenniferlcrespin
No et moi - Etude des chapitres 1 à 55 - The ENTIRE book study!! Worth more than £66!! *More than £29 of OFFERED resources*

No et moi - Etude des chapitres 1 à 55 - The ENTIRE book study!! Worth more than £66!! *More than £29 of OFFERED resources*

New A-level A study of the ENTIRE 55 chapters of the book with power-point presentations and questions to guide students as well as resources to help you analyse the book. These resources include: Power-points with plenty of questions to guide your students through the book A booklet with all the main quotes from the first two chapters An article study on the social topic studied in the book to have a better understanding of the context Comprehension exercises of extracts Written analysis of many chapters Different worksheets with main quotes from the chapters to analyse or questions that lead your students to analyse Quizzes to check students’ understanding of the chapters Answer booklets for the last ten chapters (I will add the others progressively but the analysis answer most questions) Vocabulary sheets for chapters 1 to 20 with a link to the Quizlet course (I will soon add the other chapters too) Two full sample essays on the book (one for Year 1 and the other for Year 2) one of them is offered and worth £3.10 Offered 1- A speaking game with cards and the rules to check students’ understanding of the book. (All the cards are editable so you can add more if you wish or change the questions.) Worth £3!! It includes: A set of editable cards with questions The rules in French for your students to play the game 2- An essay planning bundle with a power-point and three worksheets to help your students with their essay writing. Worth £4!! It includes: Power-points with plenty of questions to guide your students through the essay planning Teaching tips and lesson plan under most slides (do not forget to check them) Three editable worksheets to teach essay structures to your students and sentence building An essay sample with a range of activities and questions to help student understand how to write an essay and what to look for in the mark scheme A lesson that will help your students to understand the new mark scheme and how they should write a successful essay A power-point with a worksheet explaining and teaching how you can you the subjunctive in your essays. Based on the novel. 3- A power-point and worksheets on how to use the subjunctive in essays. Worth £3!! 4- A new resource based on the movie No et moi to help your students with the chronology of the book. Provided with the answer booklet. Worth £4.50!! NEW =>>> Le jeu de poursuite offert!!! A total of £29 of FREE resources!! I will soon add more resources on the book so please do not hesitate to visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/MllePierre Also, do not hesitate to check my FREE resources on No et moi available in my shop! Here is Chapter 47 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/no-et-moi-chapitre-47-free-11879122 And here is a FREE character study: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/no-et-moi-les-personnages-full-study-of-characters-full-essay-tips-free-11865603 I 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
MllePierre
Magic square on French imperfect tense conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on French imperfect tense conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs attendre, défendre, perdre and entendre and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular IR-verbs conjugation

Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular IR-verbs conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs finir, grandir, applaudir and choisir and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular RE-verbs conjugation

Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular RE-verbs conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs attendre, défendre, perdre and entendre and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on French regular IR-verb conjugation practice no prep practice

Magic square on French regular IR-verb conjugation practice no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs finir, applaudir, grandir and choisir and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja