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KS2 FRENCH FOR JUNIOR SCHOOL

KS2 FRENCH FOR JUNIOR SCHOOL

LET'S LEARN FRENCH These are some of the units I created for the teaching of French in our Junior School. They are aimed at Years 5 and 6, but they can be edited to use with younger pupils. You will see that all of the units are punctuated with videos from youtube. They were/are easy to locate and build into the programme; as well as, of course, selecting other appropriate videos to bring the course to life. The French may not be perfect; neither is mine. So feel free to correct, amend, and do whatever you want with the units. Bonne chance, mes amis!
JPCRETON
Key Stage 3 French Vocabulary and Translation Activities

Key Stage 3 French Vocabulary and Translation Activities

A series of over 30 vocabulary and translation sheets which can be used to introduce key vocabulary, gauge understanding and challenge students when translating from French to English. Areas of focus include clothes, food and drink, transport, weather, places in the town, parts of the body, furniture, rooms, etc. Translation sheets can be adapted and used as laminated cards for mixing and matching tasks. All answers provided. For more details email us at info@dmepublications.co.uk
dmepublications
Key Stage 2 French Vocabulary and Translation Activities

Key Stage 2 French Vocabulary and Translation Activities

A series of over 30 vocabulary and translation sheets which can be used to introduce key vocabulary, gauge understanding and challenge students when translating from French to English. Areas of focus include clothes, food and drink, transport, weather, places in the town, parts of the body, furniture, rooms, etc. Translation sheets can be adapted and used as laminated cards for mixing and matching tasks. All answers provided. For more details email us at info@dmepublications.co.uk
dmepublications
GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

This is a comprehensive and interactive PPT with 42 slides on greetings and personal information. The first part goes through the various ways of greetings, both formal and informal. The second part looks at how to ask and respond to a range of personal information: name, age, phone number, date of birth, where I live and come from, nationality, job, where you work. It is followed by some practice and a who's who game with pictures of famous people. It is suitable for KS3 students but I also found it very useful for KS4 students in preparation for the role-plays, as they often forget how to ask and respond properly to basic questions.
jeromsauvin
Weather Blockbusters

Weather Blockbusters

In 2 teams, pupils compete to move from one side of the board to the other, translating the weather phrases (any language). Simply click on the hexagon and then click on the team's colour to change the colour of the hexagon.
TheMFLTeacher
German - Weather introduction

German - Weather introduction

Use this PPT to introduce the weather in German. To start, the weather is shown on a map of Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It is worth looking at the patterns of language used here. The patterns are colour-coded. Then the vocab is formally introduced. Following this, pupils must identify the weather in German as it whizzes past.
TheMFLTeacher
French - Weather introduction

French - Weather introduction

Use this PPT to introduce the weather in French. To start, the weather is shown on a map of France. It is worth looking at the patterns of language used here (il y a / il). The patterns are colour-coded. Then the vocab is formally introduced. Following this, pupils must identify the weather in French as it whizzes past.
TheMFLTeacher