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Mobilier (Furniture in French) Meubles Sudoku

Mobilier (Furniture in French) Meubles Sudoku

Sudoku game uses the names of 9 pieces of furniture: desk, chair, dresser, bed, bookshelves, armchair, lamp, table, couch. Easily editable to match the vocabulary that you use in class. 5 versions included.
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French for Adults: Beginners: Part 2: Numbers 1-10 and where one lives

French for Adults: Beginners: Part 2: Numbers 1-10 and where one lives

Preparation time: 30 minutes - 1 hour (introducing new vocabulary) Lesson length: 45 minutes - 1 hour Here is the 2nd resource for introducing French to adults at beginner's level! I have compiled this resource using an adult approach who are learning French for the very first time. This activity focuses on numbers 1-10 and introduces the conjugation of 'habiter' and 'etre' in such a way that one conveys where one lives in this lesson. This resource also incorporates all the four keys skills such as reading, listening, speaking and writing. Happy teaching and learning!
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French: Relative pronouns  (Lower level: Eric, le garçon qui rétrécit {Eric, the shrinking boy})

French: Relative pronouns (Lower level: Eric, le garçon qui rétrécit {Eric, the shrinking boy})

This resource significantly explores a wide range of relative pronouns at IGCSE French level which cover: - qui - que - qu' - où - dont - ce qui - ce que - ce qu' - ce dont - prepositions followed by lequel/lesquels/laquelle/lesquelles Because of the complexity of their functions, it is compiled in the theme of a story about a young shrinking boy who accidently mistook a magic potion for a drink and his parents and friend try to find him. This activity includes plenty of relative pronoun practice before reading the story, a wide range of vocabulary, multiple choice answering through the story and plenty of translation exercises after reading the story. This activity is suitable for IGCSE level French and also good revision for A-Level French. This is a lower level version and a higher level version will be available soon. Happy teaching and learning!
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KS3 French beginners - Pool of resources on Verb ETRE and HABITER and personal details

KS3 French beginners - Pool of resources on Verb ETRE and HABITER and personal details

(1) A sentence builder to practice the pattern: I am from ___________but I have been living in _______________ since /for __________________ (2) A find someone who with cards with four grids so you can play four rounds of the game (3) A set of narrow reading tasks (4) A set of gap-fills based on the narrow reading tasks (5) An oral translation board game (6) A verb and adjectivel endings manipulation writing task (7) Gap-fill madness - 'Gap-fill madness' is a very easy-to-prepare game I stage to automatise verb production and decoding skills at the same time. Students, working in groups of three, are given a list of twelve simple sentences (see below) in which the target verb is gapped. They then compete with each other at filling the gap in the shortest time possible. The person who does it faster and with 'decent' pronunciation wins. I usually stage three rounds per player, the shortest time overall winning. Whilst one player speaks the others time them and monitor their accuracy and pronunciation. Pairing students by ability a must!
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