Whole-school French resources: adjectives and adverbs

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KS3 French Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

KS3 French Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

This lesson covers: designing and labeling your own monster in French. Students will learn and use words search as furry, grumpy, claws, teeth etc. This lesson works really well as a cover lesson. It is easy for non-specialists to follow but supports and challenges KS3 students of French very well. It could also be adapted for use in lessons by specialists in order to introduce / revise parts of the body / adjectives. It would be helpful but not necessary if students have done some work on adjectives in French. Lesson involves: Differentiated objectives and starter activity (short translations related to monster descriptions). Activity 1: Team work using dictionaries. Students are gathering store of words so they can design and label their own monster. Next slide gives answers to students so they can write down whatever they were unable to find. Challenges are included on each slide. Activity 2: Differentiated translation task using key vocabulary they have just looked up in teams. Key words provided as well as higher challenge. Next slide contains answers for peer / self-assessment. Main activity 3: 'apply' task: students design their own monster using key vocabulary they have learnt. Again, this is differentiated by task with key works provided on ppt. Pyramid review to finish

By Miriam81

Subjects in French, opinions & reasons

Subjects in French, opinions & reasons

This is a complete lesson that will more than likely last more than one 60 minute lesson. It revises school subjects and teaches opinions with reasons. Activities include a SMSC starter involving a video (worksheet provided), mini whiteboard translation, running comprehension in groups, running translation in groups, pass the envelope and gimme 5 hand plenary. Students thoroughly enjoy this lesson and encourages students to be more independent. Lots of funny moving images included too.

By smilesalways

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

A Complete Guide to Adjectives in French: including demonstrative & interrogative.

A Complete Guide to Adjectives in French: including demonstrative & interrogative.

This PowerPoint introduces pupils to adjectives in a step-by-step format. The slides contain grammar notes that pupils can note in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using adjectives. It starts with adjectival rules and agreement, going through irregulars and irregular patterns. The PowerPoint then introduces and explains demonstrative and interrogative adjectives. Throughout and following each section there are exercises for pupils to complete to check comprehension. There is also a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the PowerPoint.

By cgazzal

Verbal adjectives and Present participle in French (Adjectif verbal_participe present)

Verbal adjectives and Present participle in French (Adjectif verbal_participe present)

The resource is destinated for intermediate and advanced French strudents (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the use of verbal adjectives and the present participle in French. The resource includes a theoretical part with a simple explanation of the difference between verbal adjectives and the present participle in French, different types of exercices and the keys that can help your students to do self-correction and self-evaluation. The resource can help your students to develop their speaking, reading and writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge in general.

By olgab8

Active and passive voice in French (Voix active et voix passive)

Active and passive voice in French (Voix active et voix passive)

The resource is destinated for intermediate and advanced French strudents (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the use of the active and the passive voice in French. The resource includes a theoretical part with a smple explanation of the difference between active and passive structures, different types of exercices and the keys that can help your students to do self-correction and self-evaluation. The resource can help your students to develop their speaking, reading and writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge in general.

By olgab8

Lexical and semantic fields of words in French (Champ lexical et champ semantique)

Lexical and semantic fields of words in French (Champ lexical et champ semantique)

The resource is destinated for advanced French strudents (IB, A-Level) to work on the lexical and semantic fields of words in French. The resource includes a theoretical part, different types of exercices to work on the difference between the lexical and semantic fields of words in French and the keys that can help your students to do self-correction and self-evaluation. The resource can help your students to develop their speaking, reading and writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge.

By olgab8

Word-formation in French (la famille de mots)

Word-formation in French (la famille de mots)

The resource is destinated for strudents (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the word-formation in French. The resource includes a theoretical part and exercices to work on it in the context. The resource can help your students to develop their speaking and writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge.

By olgab8

Feminine gender of adjectives in French (formes féminines des adjectifs)

Feminine gender of adjectives in French (formes féminines des adjectifs)

The resource is destinated for strudents (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the use of feminine gender of adjectives in French. The resource includes a theoretical part (explanations of the difference between th feminine gender of adgectives and the masculine one with simple examples), exercices to work on it in the context and keys (it can help your students to develop their ability for self-correction). The resource can help your students to develop their speaking writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge.

By olgab8

Direct and reported speech in Frecnh_Le discours direct et indirect

Direct and reported speech in Frecnh_Le discours direct et indirect

The resource is destinated for strudents (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the use of direct and reported speech in French. The resource includes a theoretical part (explanations of the use of direct and reported speech with simple examples), exercices to work on it in the context and keys (it can help your students to develop their ability for self-correction). The resource can help your students to develop their writing skills and to improve their level of knowledge.

By olgab8

Negative structures in French (les formes négatives)

Negative structures in French (les formes négatives)

The resource is destinated for strudents (KS3, KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to work on the use of the negative constructions in French (ne...pas, ne...rien, ne...jamais, ni...ni, ne guère etc). The resource includes the thory on the negative structures, exercises to practise their use in the context and the correction that can help you to introduce an element of self-correction in your lesson. The resource can help to improve speaking and writing skills.

By olgab8

Synonyme-Homonyme-Antonyme-Paronyme (in French)_theory+exercises

Synonyme-Homonyme-Antonyme-Paronyme (in French)_theory+exercises

The resource is elaborated for intermediate and advanced students (KS4, IGCSE, IB, A-Level) to help them to understand the difference between synonymes, homonymes, antonymes and paronymes in French. The resource includes a theory about the notions "Synonyme-Homonyme-Antonyme-Paronyme" and some exercises to work on each notion. Also the resource has the keys. It can help the students to work on these notions individually and to develop their ability for self-education.

By olgab8