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NEW GCSE 9-1 French speaking booklet (EDEXCEL)

NEW GCSE 9-1 French speaking booklet (EDEXCEL)

This is a booklet I have put together for my GCSE to help them prepare for the speaking exam. You will find : 1) Role plays with space for them to write their notes 2) Picture-based tasks to practice on the different themes 3) Conversation questions sorted by themes and subtopics I am currently using it with my Year 11 classes and they are responding really well to it. We are using them to practice speaking in pairs, or with the language assistant. (I would recommend to have it printed as a double-sided A5 booklet.)
Cidge
French Verb tenses cards

French Verb tenses cards

I created some French cards in order to help students to master the French conjugation for the present, the near future, the future, the perfect tense, the imperfect tense and the conditional. They are front and back with the rule at the front (student friendly) and the exceptions or main verbs at the back. It is very useful to master the French conjugation.
rolandb
Studio 3 Vert- Year 9- Module 1 Ma vie sociale d'ado Unité 3 Tu veux y aller?

Studio 3 Vert- Year 9- Module 1 Ma vie sociale d'ado Unité 3 Tu veux y aller?

This lesson is aimed at a bottom set year 9 group following the textbook studio 3 vert. This lesson covers the vocabulary from the book (places in town ) and the verb "aller". It includes a lesson and the exercise that goes with it. I have included notes underneath each slide and timers. Objectives: to recognise places in town, saying where you go and asking someone out using the verb "aller". Lesson activities: *Random register starter to review past lesson *Starter: dictionary race *Presentation of vocab(places in town) with gifs *Mini-whiteboard activity *think pair share about prepositions and gender (au/à la) *Writing activity *conjugation of aller with link for song *Plenary: speaking- gifs with numbers *extra activity-wordsearch with challenge activities about places in town/parts of aller *
aud0p
Primary French LEARNING MAT:Year 4 About Ourselves

Primary French LEARNING MAT:Year 4 About Ourselves

An illustrated double sided A4 colour pupil vocabulary learning mat with all the vocabulary in the Year 4 Autumn 1 French series: About Ourselves. The pdf continues the "Learn as you teach" French resources for non-language specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs and is ideal for supporting both presenters and learners. (Other recommended resources which can be used with this resource include the whole lesson resources for the unit).
scwebster
Primary French CLASS DISPLAY/FLASHCARDS: Year 4 About Ourselves

Primary French CLASS DISPLAY/FLASHCARDS: Year 4 About Ourselves

An illustrated double sided A4 colour pupil vocabulary learning mat together with larger A4 and A5 colour flashcards and posters for all the vocabulary in the Year 4 Autumn 1 "learn as you teach" French series: About Ourselves designed for non-specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs. The pdf includes 52 full colour pages. (Other recommended resources designed to support this resource include the whole lesson resources for the unit).
scwebster
Awesome sheet - house and home

Awesome sheet - house and home

Students pair match English and French sentences then have to decide why each sentence is an awesome sentence. Does it contain connectives, opinions, reasons or negatives? What tense is it in? what other features of good writing are included. They can go on to adapt the sentences to their own work or use it as a reference (eg your writing has no conditional - can you find some from the sheet?)
nilex
Expo 2 Vert - Year 8 French - Module 1 'Salut' Famille et Domicile. 5 resources for a full lesson.

Expo 2 Vert - Year 8 French - Module 1 'Salut' Famille et Domicile. 5 resources for a full lesson.

5 resources, covering different skills, which can be used to create a whole lesson. All resources are intended for use with Expo 2 VERT, although could be adapted for Rouge. 1) Starter gap-fill - good starter for revision from key language covered in Year 7 and then revised on Page 6 of Expo 2 Vert. Could be done before or after the exercises on that page. 2) Reading Grid for Page 7, exercise 4 - texts to read in exercise book. There are 2 grids with Easier and More Difficult Levels. Easy one is multiple choice and other one requires answers in English. Pupils can then stick grids in books. 3) Personality Agreement Grid - Revision of Etre and some key personality adjectives from Expo 1. They are the ones used on page 7 in Expo 2 Vert. Rules explained and pupils have to fill in some feminine endings, following patterns and also need to give the English. Can do a quick Q&A of this afterwards, to get pupils used to hearing and recognising the different endings. 4) Sentence Maker in Pairs - sheet with English on left and in blue, the French on right hand side. Cut up and give to pupils to match up as an activity. Either on tables or one set each to stick in books. Extension could be to change some of the details in the French sentences. 5) Sondage - survey for pupils to do around class, using information learned from pages 6 and 7. One grid to each child and they ask questions in French and note answers in English. The info they need to give in French is under the grid and there is a line, on which they can note the French they need to say, prior to beginning the survey. There are 30 grids, 2 to a page and the details under each grid are different. Some are more difficult than others and a few are quite easy, so you can differentiate accordingly. Good idea to practise pronunciation of the questions before they start. Extension - read back answers in the 'il/elle' form, if class able to do so.
cathyp78