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Vocabulary lists

Vocabulary lists

Set of vocabulary lists on the following topics: Physical description, sports and opinion, sports and verbs, school subjects, opinions, teachers, survival kit and time.
MrLoutre
Running dictation on free time and technologie

Running dictation on free time and technologie

You can use this resource as a running dictation or a simple dictation. The first page is the text with gaps that students have to fill in, the second is the full text that you can display around the room, read out loud or get students to read to their partner in pairs or in groups.
MrLoutre
Worksheet on personality

Worksheet on personality

In this worksheet, students have to fill in the gaps with the correct adjective. To help them, the first letter and the last letter of the adjective are written, and images provide clues.
MrLoutre
Basic French Revision Booklet

Basic French Revision Booklet

This 24 pages long booklet provides exercises on the following topics: numbers, dates & time, countries & nationalities, school bag items and colours, family and pets, describing people, school and opinions, timetable, activities, entertainment, where I live & talking about yourself. You can print it as an entire booklet or as single worksheets. It is available in both Word and PDF.
LeGaulois
La Technologie - uses

La Technologie - uses

KS3 lesson on uses of technology, using structure 'je me sers de'. Vocab has been updated to match AQA GCSE vocab Foundation book. Combination of my own resources and resources from others (which are also free)
pjamesdij
French - Leisure writing wheel

French - Leisure writing wheel

The writing wheel is designed as a support for pupils' writing, especially in a foreign language, which is one of the most difficult skills. In this case, the topic is leisure. Starting from the centre, pupils write something from each circle and work their way out. Then print out one or both slides (depending on how much you want pupils to write) as support for pupils’ writing.
TheMFLTeacher
KS3 French - Oral ping-pong translation: tv programmes and frequency in the present tense

KS3 French - Oral ping-pong translation: tv programmes and frequency in the present tense

INSTRUCTIONS - The students work in pairs. They have a sheet with two sets of English sentences to translate into French, but Partner A has the French translation of first set, whereas Partner B has the translation of second set. It is called 'Oral ping-pong translation' because they do it orally, Partner A challenging Partner B with a sentence and showing the correct answer to provide them with feedback and to award points (3 for perfect sentence, 2 for one mistake only, 1 if there are mistakes but at least the verb is correctly formed). I give them a time limit (10 minutes); when the time is up the person with the higher score wins. Best to have people of similar ability in each pair. As a follow-up, students to make a note of the most serious mistakes they made in their books so that I have an idea of what their problem areas are. Differentiation opportunities are obvious: different sets of sheets for groups of different ability
gianfrancoconti1966