How to make French crêpes

How to make French crêpes

If you cannot get a kitchen, which was my case, it works well to make a demonstration with key instruments and ingredients, but without really cooking. First do the demonstration and students have to order the strips from the recipy you are reading (better to have rehearsed before!!). Then they can analyse the recipy as a reading. Finally you practice pronunciation as a group and students rehearse doing the demonstration themselves in front of the class. I like to organise a cooking competition as H/W: students can cook at home and bring crêpes for tasting. We then vote for our favourite!
kessia
Stimulus cards for and against

Stimulus cards for and against

Here are ideas for your Y13 students on discussing the stimulus cards in FRENCH. It includes key vocal and complex structures such as subjonctive and conditional Based on the cards from the AQA Speaking past papers (2014, 2013, 2012 and 2009) (You can find them on the AQA website) Please leave a comment and follow me on twitter @AyaMarie31
Agnes31
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
French Teaching Resources. Les 24 Heures du Mans. Le Mans. Motorsport. Cars.

French Teaching Resources. Les 24 Heures du Mans. Le Mans. Motorsport. Cars.

These resources are designed to give the students a taste of the thrilling Le Mans ambience and an appreciation of the prestige, dangers and challenges of the event! It uses exciting YouTube clips, colourful slides, matching cards, a video worksheet and a poem/writing template to imagine being a driver in Le Mans. A great end of term lesson! Slide 2 states the objective: Objectif: To learn facts and vocabulary related to Les 24 heures du Mans. All: Will learn 7 new facts and French words. Most: Will learn 9 new facts and French words/ phrases. Some: Will learn 10+ new facts and French words/ phrases. Slide 3 is the warmer and lesson hook. It asks : Qu’est-ce que c’est Les 24 Heures du Mans? There is then a link to the fantastic 1 mins 25 sec trailer for The Journey to Le Mans. The students can then share facts and French vocabulary which they already know. The students then match 9 x English- French cards with facts about Le Mans e.g. Les 24 Heures du Mans sont une course automobile d'une durée de 24 heures. Le Mans est dans le département de la Sarthe en France. La première course s’est déroulée en 1923. Elle est une des courses les plus prestigieuses au monde. Slides 5-11 allow you to run through the information on the cards and elicit the English. Slide 12 links to the worksheet in the resources. The students match French-English vocabulary: 1. Un mécanicien 2. Le podium 3. Un accident 4. Un casque 5. Le coucher du soleil 6. Le lever du soleil 7. Le drapeau à damier 8. Une voiture hybride 9. Un pneu 10. La nuit They then watch the Michelin 2015 Le Mans Highlights (3 minutes 14 secs), ticking the vocabulary they see (I’ve added a couple of additional words to the worksheet). The extension task is to list other things they see. Slide 14 is to be used with the (more detailed) support sheet. It sets out the final creative task: All: You are a Le Mans racing driver! Write a poem/ account of your 24 hours at Le Mans! You may wish to use the suggested template below: Il est 14h59. J’attends. Je suis prêt/ prête. Je suis calme. (time + verb + adjective) Il est 15h00. Le Tricolore! On commence! Je suis confiant/ confiante. Je suis fier/ fière. Il est 22h00. Le coucher du soleil….. Most: Build in negatives e.g. je ne dors pas. Some: Build in: adverbs e.g. parfois and toujours… connectives e.g. et, mais, cependant… other tenses e.g. je voudrais + infinitive. The final slide then gives the opportunity for reflection. I hope you enjoy using these resources!
rachelburman
French / MFL Plenary Wheel - Bright & Engaging end to lessons "Choisir la fin"

French / MFL Plenary Wheel - Bright & Engaging end to lessons "Choisir la fin"

NEW! See a video of this resource in action below BEFORE choosing to buy. TOP quality, fully resourced purchase. Can I first apologise if anyone is actually French and using this! I think I have expertly translated as best I can. Excusez-moi! This version of my plenary selector gets students to look back at what they have learnt in a French lesson. Slide 1 includes a spinning wheel that can be stopped to choose the plenary for the lesson. There are seven different outcomes so it could be used regularly and routinely in lessons to get students to reflect on their learning, all fully resourced where required. The PowerPoint took ages to make and code, so please don’t share too readily! You must enable macros on your computer to allow it to work, or get in touch with your IT technician! Enjoy. I own all text, even the French stuff. Images are public domain and copyright free.
brad-ashley
L'univers d'Harry Potter

L'univers d'Harry Potter

PowerPoint version for visual support that we have used for a year 7 Gifted and Talented French day along with the updated booklet. I have also added a task that they had to complete at the end of the day. This can be used as a standalone day or as a series of lessons on to revise and practice school.
MrJGarnier
Ma visite en France  - à Boulogne

Ma visite en France - à Boulogne

A series of worksheets to use either before, on or after a trip to France. Pages are not numbered so you can choose those which you think are suitable. Cross-curricular. Topics include, Drama, Citizenship, Art, English, IT, Science, PE, history, Geography and Maths. Easily adaptable. Most of it can be done on a coach. It should also generate a lot of discussion. Avoid making the trip be remembered or defined as a worksheet completing day!
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French Gifted and Talented - Extension Activities

French Gifted and Talented - Extension Activities

A bundle of resources to be used as series of lessons and/or standalone lessons at KS3 and KS4-5. It comprises a Harry Potter Challenge Day for year 7, a News and Media Challenge Day for year 8 and a French literature series of lessons for KS4-5 students on Le Petit Prince.
MrJGarnier
Technology vocab

Technology vocab

Pictures for pupils to cut out and glue in books. Accompanying presentation slide showing vocab needed.
Cazduck