Whole-school French resources: greetings

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French Stopwatch Starter Activity

French Stopwatch Starter Activity

A lesson starter to help recap vocabulary. Stopwatches and questions are printed and laminated and put on a French classroom board, or somewhere visible. At the start of the lesson, children sit in a circle and 'pass' the question around the circle whilst being timed - for example, a child would ask 'comment t'appelles-tu ?' to the child on their left, who would answer and then ask the child on their left, who would answer and then ask the child on their left etc until all children have asked and answered and then the timer stops, and the time is written on the stopwatch. Next time you practise, see if the children can beat their time. This helps improve confidence and is a fun way to get children speaking and revising vocabulary! In the document are some sample questions but the document is fully editable to add whatever your class needs.

By katievspicer

French basics & introducing yourself _ personal information _ a resource for the first lesson

French basics & introducing yourself _ personal information _ a resource for the first lesson

These resources introduce the basics in French when introducing oneself and can be incorporated into a first lesson (or lessons) with any KS3 group. There is knowledge bank of the key content (name, where I live, nationality/language & age). There is also a reading comprehension which uses only these vocabulary and structures. For consolidation and extension, there is a grammar activity introducing nationalities and gender and a plenary writing activity.

By RL6

Les salutations - French greetings dialogues & role-plays

Les salutations - French greetings dialogues & role-plays

A fun activity to get students moving and talking as they practice French greetings. This product includes 3 sample dialogues, their English translations and 3 role-play templates to complete and practice. The language included: Bonjour Salut Au revoir À plus À bientôt Ça va? Comment ça va? Comment vas-tu? Ça va bien / très bien /mal Comme-c-, comme ça Je vais bien Merci Oui Et toi? Action Coupé

By Sandysandy

Quel age as-tu? Powerpoint

Quel age as-tu? Powerpoint

Powerpoint designed for new french learners or catch- up session on numbers and ages in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, written and listening skills on: - answering the register - learning the numbers (inc spellings) - brief grammar introduction to 'j'ai...' - asking someone how old they are/answering - suggestions for games Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS2/KS3 pupils

By isobel87

Introducing yourself in French

Introducing yourself in French

Powerpoint designed for a first (ever) lesson or catch- up session on introductions in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, written and listening skills on: - answering the register - asking what someone is called/answering - asking how someone is/answering - introducing the person next to you Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS2/KS3 pupils

By isobel87

Allez 1- Year 7 complete Scheme of Work

Allez 1- Year 7 complete Scheme of Work

This is a complete Scheme of Work for year 7s, using the textbook Allez 1. It also includes some details about assessments, translation assessments and new levels (GCSE grades 1 to 9 equivalent).

By lilybleue

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Cover work

Cover work

15 cover work sheets covering a variety of topics. Activities include translation, writing, recognising words and word patterns. These can be used for students with some experience in French year 7-9. They are designed to leave with the cover supervisor or cover teacher who has little or no knowledge of French. They have answer sheets with them and each one should keep the students busy for at least 30 minutes, depending on ability.

By LoveFrance

Personal information

Personal information

This bundle includes the questions What is your name? Where do you live, Do you have any brothers or sisters? What do you like? and the days of the week. They each have a variety of possible answers. Designed for beginners in French, junior school and year 7 pupils. Good for practicing language and then leading to more independent role-play, students could create their own poster or flash card games. I have included a power point version for teachers or supervisors who don't know French as it has the English translation of the slide in the notes.

By LoveFrance

What's your name?

What's your name?

Basic resource to introduce the question what is your name and how to respond. I have used this with junior school pupils, beginners and year 7 students.

By LoveFrance