La chenille qui fait des trous

La chenille qui fait des trous

Lessons on French version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Suitable for KS1 or KS2. Divided into different parts of the book by Eric Carle French version: La chenille qui fait des trous! Includes vocabulary, rhyme made up myself, phonics.
Annadougan
Une comptine - introduction to French literature

Une comptine - introduction to French literature

A lesson to introduce literature early in year 7 French (or in primary school if you are adventurous). It is based on a popular authentic French nursery rhyme. Each activity is differentiated. The lesson plan is very explicit but there is room for changes if you want to adapt some of the activities or change them. This is a great way to introduce literature progressively early in KS3 based on the new National Curriculum recommendations. This will also allow an easier transition when literature becomes compulsory at KS4 in MFL in the new specifications. This is the first of a series of resources dedicated to the teaching of authentic literary materials in French.
MrJGarnier
300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

This is a 25% sample of my very popular resource. The full resource can be found by searching for '300 generic lesson activities'. (Following its success in the summer sale, I have kept the sale price of £3). The description for the full file is as follows: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor
whizzbangbang
BD characters card sort

BD characters card sort

A card sort activity, where pupils match the famous francophone comic strip characters to the descriptions.
kross
French Books Read Aloud - QR Codes

French Books Read Aloud - QR Codes

This set includes 16 QR codes for books read aloud with the words provided for students to follow. 10 QR codes for books (5 French, 5 English) read aloud using audio, but do not provide the words for following along. Great resources for your listening centre and/or 5 au quotidien. Your students will require an iPad/tablet with a QR scanner. (I have run the URLS through Safeshare, so there won't be any ads or pop-ups.) The books have been found online using various sites, and as such could be removed from the internet at any time. Should you find a resource no longer works please contact me so that I can alter the resource.
chezgalamb
Ηistoires de mystère_Part1

Ηistoires de mystère_Part1

This is a presentation to teach KS2 students how to describe a story character using the masculin and feminin form of descriptive adjectives. Vocabulary- Fiction characters, descriptive adjectives (masc/fem.) Grammar-decriptive adjectives Communication: Question Comment il-est? /Comment elle-est? Culture: Famous french cartoon characters. This presentation is the first part of a lesson about How to write a mystery story in french.
oignon
Les quatre amis - animaux et couleurs

Les quatre amis - animaux et couleurs

A lesson to support the telling of the story of 'les quatre amis'. I have not included the story itself as there are plenty of versions available by other authors. This resource is to support pupils in learning the animals and the colurs featured in the story - le lapin (rabbit), le cheval (horse), le mouton (sheep), la souris (mouse), gris (grey), marron (brown), noir (black), blanc (white), orange (orange), jaune (yellow), rouge (red), bleu (blue), vert (green). Also included are some verbs - galope, court, sautille and trottine. Includes lots of suggestions for ways to employ this resource - games, AfL and sentence building.
j_pooley58
French story: 'Les cinq sens de Patamodo A.'

French story: 'Les cinq sens de Patamodo A.'

An interactive story read in French, involving the pupils to connect with the story through patterned questions and answers. Fun and modern story about a character called 'Patamodo A', made of playdough. This character starts from being a ball of playdough. Step by step, he learns how to turn into a capital A shape. He learns about the parts of the body he needs to see, hear, touch, taste and smell. Everything also relates around words beginning with A. It is a fantastic story that has proven to be very successful and interactive with young children.
Mamzelle
Un faire-part - French literacy lesson

Un faire-part - French literacy lesson

A lesson to introduce literature early in year 7 French (or in primary school if you are adventurous). It is based on formal announcements (faire-part). Most activities are differentiated. The lesson plan is very explicit but there is room for changes if you want to adapt some of the activities or change them. This is a great way to introduce literature progressively early in KS3 based on the new National Curriculum recommendations. This will also allow an easier transition when literature becomes compulsory at KS4 in MFL in the new specifications. This is the part of a series of resources dedicated to the teaching of authentic literary materials in French.
MrJGarnier