Why learn a language?

Why learn a language?

Powerpoint for the opening evenings we are about to undergo. Taken from www.languageswork.org.uk & adapted - so you’ll need to remove my school’s logo!
sagramor
AQA Higher role play practice

AQA Higher role play practice

Powerpoint to practise the above - used it with whole class where kids wrote possible response on mini whiteboards - made a bit of a change from usual practice.
morvoren
MFL- Why take AS Languages

MFL- Why take AS Languages

Powerpoint presentation about why to study MFL. Useful for Yr 11:Options, Time or for the Parents’ Evening - a bit biased towards Lancaster Uni as it’s the major Uni around here!
sagramor
Cet ete

Cet ete

Worksheet to introduce or practice useful vocabulary for GCSE holidays topic
ladyracer
Catchphrase puzzle

Catchphrase puzzle

Solve these clues to find the catchphrase, product or company.Suitable for more able Year 10/11 or sixth form.
annie2231
Holiday follow-me cards for GCSE

Holiday follow-me cards for GCSE

Good for revising Holidays topic. Shuffle the cards up and distribute - students read the cards out like dominoes around the class (you can time them to add an element of competition and pick up the pace). NB they’re in the wrong order because of the way I typed them out, but they’re all there I promise!
tartiflette
A TV advert

A TV advert

TV advert ideal for listening activities for year 10 students. Powerpoint presentation and worksheet. Ideally for practicing the perfect tense and new vocabulary adquisition.
Yahaira
Drama Circle GCSE holidays

Drama Circle GCSE holidays

Divide class into pairs and sit one half of pairs on chairs in a circle, facing outwards. Partners stand opposite them. Inner circle do one side of conversation and outer circle do other. Students do the dialogue over and over again and use different moods, types of voices etc to practise this. The outer circle should move round everytime so that they have a new partner each time. This is great for breaking down barriers and having a laugh. Get them to do it as if one is deaf or as if one of them has a lisp or as if they fancy their partners etc. By the end of the session they might be able to do a large part of the conversation using only the English as a prompt.
ladyracer
Languages - French

Languages - French

This photocopiable text is designed to develop the French reading and writing skills of able students at KS4. It could also serve as a source text for an AS-level oral presentation.
TES_Community