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AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62

This is a complete lesson designed to be taught with AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62. The lesson includes: - Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise the vocabulary - Board game to practise the vocabulary - Dominoes game to practise vocabulary - Vocabulary list for students - Page 62 Exercise 1 Listening with answers and transcript - Page 62 Excercise 2 Reading with answers - Page 62 Exercise 3 Listening with answers and transcript - Introduction to the verb "venir" in the present tense - Practise of the verb "venir" in the present tense - Link to song to practise conjugating the verb "venir" in the present tense - Introduction to the recent past in French (venir + de) - Worksheet to practise using the recent past in French (venir + de) - Plenary
ftbnemesis
Carnaval-Worksheet in french text

Carnaval-Worksheet in french text

The history and origin of the carnival are explained in a simple vocabulary. In this course, the student will need to carefully read the text, learn the difficult words and then will have to answer questions about the text, either true or false. . Additionally, the student will have to solve an exercise concerning possessive adjectives. A game of words is suggested and as usually all solutions are included in the pages reserved for the teacher.
Monajune
Le patrimoine français: Paris monuments, Cuisine and Quizzes  (A Level French )

Le patrimoine français: Paris monuments, Cuisine and Quizzes (A Level French )

This is a bundle of activities on the topic Le Patrimoine for students preparing the New A Level French . It includes: _ 4 Reading and 2 Vidéo activities on some of the most famous landmarks in Paris such as Sacré-Coeur, Musée d'Orsay, Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame and some less well-known such as Les arènes de Lutece. _ Also included is a folder about French Cuisine being listed as a World Heritage Site. It consists of 2 Video questionnaires and a Pdf Presentation about French Gastronomy as a World Heritage Site. _ Three stimulating and fun quizz in PPT and Word format about French Culture and General Knowledge about different aspects of France. Answers are provided. The quiz work best when done in small groups.
jeromsauvin
French - Christmas facts & fun

French - Christmas facts & fun

This PPT introduces some facts about Christmas in France and can be used in conjunction with the Christmas wordsearch, where a lot of the vocab used is introduced. For the wordsearch, students use a school French dictionary to look up the English Christmas words and find the French words in the grid. The PPT starts by introducing and then practising some facts about Christmas in France, followed by a video of a Christmas market in Mulhouse, Alsace. There is then a Connect 4 game, practising the vocab and facts, followed by an Advent Calendar team game. Instructions are in the notes section of the PPT.
TheMFLTeacher
French - Christmas wordsearch

French - Christmas wordsearch

This wordsearch is designed to be used with a school-sized dictionary. Students look up the English Christmas words at the bottom of the sheet and find the French words in the wordsearch.
TheMFLTeacher
Christmas bundle- Spanish/French  - KS3/KS4 AQA

Christmas bundle- Spanish/French - KS3/KS4 AQA

This a small bundle of two (possibly three) lessons for KS3/KS4 Spanish students. I also attach its analogue in French. Part of it is a research project than can take 1-2 lessons and another one is a lesson to describe your Christmas day in Spanish!
madsheep_123
Research project (Motivational triggers) for KS3/KS4 French AQA - Christmas project

Research project (Motivational triggers) for KS3/KS4 French AQA - Christmas project

This is a research project lesson (or two lessons really) that I created for my KS3/lower KS4 French students. The idea is to promote independent learning via research. Students have to research information about French Christmas, compare the traditions with the ones in Britain and to create a presentation / poster. Students decide on the task, the roles and start researching relevant information using their iPads (one of the students needs to summarise the information that others found). There is also a designer and an analyst (usually the most attaining student in the group. Enjoy!
madsheep_123
Noel en France  ( KS3 and 4 students)

Noel en France ( KS3 and 4 students)

This a bundle of 12 resources about Christmas is aimed at Intermediate Students ( KS3 and GCSE students). It comprises a wide range of activities: _two PPT Presentation to introduce the vocab _ Games ( dominoes and Loto), a conversation about Christmas holidays ( to be done in January!), _ Reading and Listening Comprehensions. _ 5 worksheets with various vocab and grammar activities around Christmas such as a Role Play about shopping for Xmas, a gap filling activity with a letter to Pere Noel, a multiple choice vocab activity and a Worksheet to practise Prepositions. _ a Visual Dictionary of Christmas Vocab Joyeux Noel!
jeromsauvin
Le Noel en France Unit of Work for A Level French

Le Noel en France Unit of Work for A Level French

This is a bundle of 8 resources about Christmas in France suitable for A Level French students. It includes a PPT in French made of 46 slides, 2 video activities with questionnaires, a booklet and a Gap filling exercise to go along the film Joyeux Noel, two PDF files in colour with a range of reading and vocab activities around Christmas holidays and a quizz. Obviously these activities are mainly designed to be done around Christmas time, but can be integrated within your Scheme of Work as it actually fits well with the new AQA A Level topic Le Patrimoine. Joyeux Noel!
jeromsauvin
Message magique: devinette de Noël

Message magique: devinette de Noël

These magic message riddles will serve as instant Christmas cards for your students if you print them on card stock. The riddles resemble QR codes until you raise them to eye level and read the “magical messages” from bottom - indicated by a red number - to top. There are four cards to the page. Decades ago, these things took me forever and a day to draw by hand. But then I could legitimately challenge my students to draw a message of their own. Nowadays, I use the computer so they just take forever. However, I’ve lost the moral authority to launch my drawing challenge. But the “wow” moment when a student actually sees the message still makes it worthwhile.
Carlav