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Ma personnalité - Card Game

Ma personnalité - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice asking and answering basic questions (name, age, nationality, family, siblings, pets, preferences etc) This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
Paques Easter in France

Paques Easter in France

Paques Easter Book and Paques Wordsearch bundle. Discover Easter in France and how its celebrated. Also Je m’appelle a resource to help understand how to introduce yourself and others and a set of conversation cards to help the introductions along. Thank you for considering my resources. Enjoy
MissMollyMop
Pâques Easter in France an interactive book with activities about French Easter Traditions

Pâques Easter in France an interactive book with activities about French Easter Traditions

Pâques Easter in France an interactive book with activities about French Easter Traditions This interactive Easter Book explains some of the French traditions surrounding Easter such as why the bells fly, why the chocolate fish. There are vocabulary exercises and a gap fill exercise. Also a creative Poisson d’Avril exercise. The interactive book is laid out into five chapters: Les Fleurs de Printemps, Poisson d’Avril, Repas de Pâques, Cloche Volant and La Chasse aux Oeufs. Hope you enjoy the interactive book of Easter. Thank you for considering my resource. This is a windows zip file.
MissMollyMop
Memory Game for French Beginners - animals and family

Memory Game for French Beginners - animals and family

There are two pelmanism-style matching games in this PowerPoint - one with animal vocabulary, and the other family vocabulary. The games can be used in two ways. By clicking the show/hide buttons, all the pairs of French and English words are displayed This screen can then be used as a classroom matching exercise when pupils are first learning the vocabulary. Once they are sure of the words and their meaning, they can play the memory game. The numbers on the front reveal French and English words when clicked. If matching pairs are discovered, they are left showing. If not, clicking the words brings back the numbers. A fun starter or plenary activity for KS2/3.
ReallLanguages
French: Numbers 1-100

French: Numbers 1-100

This powerpoint looks at numbers from 1-100 in French. It also reinforces or introduces age and years in French, in addition to how to express one’s age and when one was born in French. There are also follow up activities in this powerpoint such as looking at birthday presents and how much they cost using euros and cents. In addition, differentiated-levels of a numbers workbook is attached with this powerpoint which also looks at numbers 1-100. This resource can be geared to learners of Key Stage 2 and 3 level. I have also included a picture pairs pack of different levels which you can print and laminate! Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
French Conversation: All About Me

French Conversation: All About Me

2 introductory lessons on ppt - names and age (details below). Song to accompany (words on 2nd ppt). Created this for year 5 and the pupils really enjoyed it, especially when I split the boys and girls for the song. When a free resource, it was downloaded 5197 times with 4.2/5 stars Lesson 1 - Learning Intention: To be able to have a simple conversation in French Success Criteria: Be able to ask and respond to questions, understanding their meaning To listen carefully so that you use accurate pronunciation Lesson 2 - Learning Intention: To be able to add your age into conversation Success Criteria: I know how to say ‘hello’ I know how to ask ‘how are you?’ and reply. I know how to say ‘my name is…’ I know the numbers in French up to 11.
sahara_06
French Beginners: Jeopardy Game

French Beginners: Jeopardy Game

Engaging interactive PowerPoint for whole class jeopardy game. Categories covered: greetings, family, animals, fruit, transport. Four questions for each category, increasing in difficulty. Pupils work in teams to answer questions. Score is kept on a flip chart or whiteboard. Correct answers gain the points indicated. Incorrect answers lose that number of points.
ReallLanguages
Accès Studio Units 4 - 13

Accès Studio Units 4 - 13

10 lessons following the book Accès Studio Unit 4 Dans mon sac Unit 5 Ma sa lle de classe Unit 6 J’adore le Judo Unit 7 Les gouts et les couleurs Unit 8 Tu as un animal ? Unit 9 Ma grand-mere est une hippi Unit 10 J’habitedans un chateau Unit 11 A table Unit 12 Mon pays Unit 13 Meteo
MagBB
Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Billy the Dog describes himself in French in the 1st person present tense. He talks about his family, his friends, his character and interests + something he does not like. Friendly practice with a video clip for practice at home and three worksheets that can be self-checked by watching the video clip.
Cantamos
Famille (Family in French) Jeu des sept familles

Famille (Family in French) Jeu des sept familles

The object of the game is to collect a full family - 6 cards. The player with the most families at the end is the winner. Player 1 asks a player of his/her choice for a card belonging to a specific family. In order to make the request, the player must already have at least 1 card belonging to that family. “Dans la famille (Martin), je demande (specific card).” If that player has the card, he/she hands it over. Player 1 continues asking for cards until he/she does not get what is requested. Player 2 then takes his/her turn. Once a family is collected, it is laid on the table in front of that player.
jer520