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Primary French Day with sport, cookery, art and Paris architecture, KS1 KS2

Primary French Day with sport, cookery, art and Paris architecture, KS1 KS2

If you have been tasked to plan a French Day in school but don't know where to start then this is for you. There are 4 sessions which will last at least an hour each. The information pack tells you how to deliver each session. There's a petanque session (you will need at least 4 petanque sets but I've found these cheap at 'The Works' bookshop, a cookery session (madeleines and salade nicoise, madeleine trays available for just £2 on amazon), and art session all about Monet and Toulouse Lautrec, with a different art activity for classes from Reception to Y6 to do and a French session which will could be led by the teacher organising the day but doesn't have to be. There's an evaluation sheet for children to give you feedback at the end and a letter to parents that you can adapt as you see fit. There is a timetable for the day in the info. pack you would only need change the times to suit your school. I have spent about 3 days pulling these resources together and will be using them in three of the schools where I am employed permanently as a French teacher. This literally is all you will need.
Bootle_bum
10 Phrases Sur Moi! Je me présente! Activité pour la rentrée

10 Phrases Sur Moi! Je me présente! Activité pour la rentrée

This fun French activity helps primary school pupils introduce themselves. It is ideal as a back-to-school or end-of-year activity but it can be used at any time of the year. Pupils write 10 sentences about themselves - one sentence per finger onto the outline of a pair of hands. They then decorate. The completed art activity can then be used as a springboard to oral presentations. This is a lovely confidence-building activity. Finding ten things to say about themselves may seem like a daunting task but by using the included fill-in-the-blanks sentences, pupils are often surprised with how much French they know. This resource includes: - 25 fill-in-the-blanks French sentences & the English translation - the same 25 sentences with options to fill in the sentences & the English translation - 3 different pairs of hands outlines with fill-in-the-blanks sentences - a blank pair of hands outline - 3 sample completed pairs of hands outlines - Teacher Page - How to use this product
Sandysandy
12 French Quizzes for Different Levels

12 French Quizzes for Different Levels

This is a collection of 14 quizzes on France and French language for KS 3-5 students, depending on the resource. Most of them are in French but a few for KS3 are in English. The length varies between 10 and 30mn . Most of theses quizzes are interactive PPT so they can be displayed on whiteboard and are fully editable. The title indicates the targeted audience. I use these quizzes either at the end of term or for starters/plenaries with great effect. Students really enjoy them as it's covering a range of cultural topics about France ( medias, geography, history, famous people) and it's a refreshing change from the linguistic side of their French studies. Enjoy!
jeromsauvin
French KS3 Cover Lesson Design your own Castle / Palace

French KS3 Cover Lesson Design your own Castle / Palace

This works best as a cover lesson. It is easy for non-specialists to follow but supports and challenges KS3 students of French well. Most effective for students with prior knowledge of connectives and opinions, but these are supplied in ppt. Could also be adapted for use in lessons by specialists. Lesson involves: Differentiated objectives and starter activity. Activity 1: team work to look up words they can use to design / describe a castle (displayed in French on ppt) in dictionaries, again, differentiated. These words include: swimming pool, knights, dragons etc. Next slide gives answers to students so they can write down whatever they were unable to find. Activity 2: differentiated translation task using castle vocabulary. Key words provided as well as higher challenge. Next slide contains answers for peer / self assessment. Main activity 3 'apply' task: Differentiated. Students design their own castle or palace. Key words and higher challenges included. Pyramid review to finish.
Miriam81
Le hand spinner- looking at fidget spinner in french

Le hand spinner- looking at fidget spinner in french

suitable KS2, year7 and 8 Asking the price Cela côute coute combien pour un hand spinner? Combien coûte un hand spinner? ça coûte combien? Asking the colour c'est de quelle couleur? describing colour and pattern design your own 2d spinner
serenfleur
French art, shapes and colors full lesson / Les formes et couleur en francais

French art, shapes and colors full lesson / Les formes et couleur en francais

Teaching a language is not just about vocabulary and grammar but it is also about culture. How about embedding some culture while teaching your students about shapes and colors? This complete lesson made of a PPT (38 slides) and an activity booklet (10 pages) will help you teach your students about shapes, colors but also opinions and different types of paintings. By the end of the lesson your students should be able to recognize different types of paintings and they should be able to give their opinion. Here's what you get: - a self-target setting slide - a word search about colors and a dictionary search - a review about clours - an introduction to shapes through a matching up with shapes/colours - drilling of shapes through games (guessing game and multiple choice, colouring activity) - a quiz about famous artists/paintings - a recap about likes/dislikes + fruit/vegetables (through Arcimboldo) - a matching up about artistic movements - a pair work -back-to back game with descriptions - a reading activity with a description about Monet's Femme à l'ombrelle - a writing activity to describe some paintings - a plenary with expressions related to colors - a review of objectives Have fun
foxtrotters
Le Noël: ,,L'as tu vu?'' and ,,Vive le vent''

Le Noël: ,,L'as tu vu?'' and ,,Vive le vent''

Two Christmas songs to practise and learn with your students. The children singing the songs are native French speakers ( the songs were part of a Pen Pal project I currently run with a partner school in France). The lyrics are displayed on the IWB and the music is played at the same time, so it is easy to practise and learn the songs. The lesson comes with a colouring-in activity.
Florentina03
Art and French

Art and French

Over 40 files included! Introduce pupils to Monet, teach them to describe works of art using colours, shapes and features and write a basic review. * The font used is a free font called SF Cartoonist Hand and might be more user-friendly for some dyslexic students. If it is not already on your computer it can be downloaded from the internet. This is not the font that appears in the preview but the cover image.
lisadominique
Art and French: Write a review

Art and French: Write a review

This pack outlines how to write a basic review of a piece of art in French. The PowerPoints contains a number of basic reading texts based on language from other "Art and French" PowerPoints from lovelanguage.co.uk which are available in my TES shop and as part of a bundle. The resources are designed to support non-language specialists with audio in the PowerPoint and clear vocabulary. Also included: - Dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint - French writing frame - English translation of writing frame - Blank review template * The font used in the dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint is a free font called SF Cartoonist Hand and might be more better for some dyslexic students. If it is not already on your computer it can be downloaded from the internet. This is not the font that appears in the preview.
lisadominique
Art and French: colouring posters

Art and French: colouring posters

15 posters to colour: - it's full of trees (3) - it's full of boats (2) - it's full of colours (3) - it's full of flowers (3) - it's full of shapes (3) - it's full of mountains (1)
lisadominique