Allez 1 - Unit 3 - Les animaux - les adjectifs - les couleurs {CROSS-CURRICULAR MATHS} {3 LESSONS}

Allez 1 - Unit 3 - Les animaux - les adjectifs - les couleurs {CROSS-CURRICULAR MATHS} {3 LESSONS}

Les animaux, les nombres, les adjectifs et les couleurs - 3 LESSONS Ideal lesson for year 7 or primary. Several cross-curricular Maths and French activities. It could be used with any textbook really but I use it with Allez 1. - French numbers with games and a lot of visual activities - Two worksheets to accompany the power-points - A survey activity to get the students talking in French - A clear learning objective with a starter activity - Challenge activities throughout the power-point - Guess what is missing game - Practise asking questions in French and answering them - Adjective position in the sentence with a written activity to practise - Create a column chart with the most popular animal in the class - Homework ideas - A reading activity to work out the meaning of colors and adjectives - A full grammar explanation on adjective agreement - Fill the gaps reading exercise on adjectives - A quiz plenary to check understanding - A power-point on numbers from 0-60 with possibility to use mini-whiteboards LESSON 3.1 is FREE here so you can check the standard of my resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/allez-1-unit-3-chez-moi-3-1-6389725 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
French - Numbers 1-99

French - Numbers 1-99

This is a grid that can help children understand a bit better the concept of counting in twenties in French. Ask pupils to point out, for example, the 90 box and then to drag their fingers up to box 12 in the first row. What they have to do is link the title of the fifth row (quatre-vingt) with the box from the first row (douze). Hope this helps! I used it today with my low ability class and worked well. Thanks for the feedback, lynxeyes. I’ve amended it ;-) Yes, the explanation would naturally come first.
taruguita
French lesson - Numbers 1-10

French lesson - Numbers 1-10

This is a differentiated lesson on the numbers 1-10. It contains sound files so students can listen to correct pronunciation, a match up activity so students can write the vocabulary in their books, multiple choice questions to assess comprehension, anagrams to reinforce literacy and key spellings and translation of English numbers into French. There are also opportunities for practice in pairs or small groups, notes to suggest how to use the resource and explanations about key grammar. This resource could be used in class or put on a VLE for students to access the learning independently. There is also a link to a catchy French song with lyrics included. Finally, there are worksheets with 3 levels of differentiation. Tracing for the younger students through to copying for the slightly older children. There is also a cross-curricular link with maths because students have to do basic addition and subtraction.
darbonator