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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
Essential French Grammar - Pack 2.

Essential French Grammar - Pack 2.

A bundle of 3 resource packs which cover a range of important grammatical terms, essential for students studying the new GCSE or AS level. This bundle includes: 1) Prepositions, 2) Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns, 3) Pronouns y & en. Each resource pack contains a lengthy PowerPoint, with grammar notes that pupils can record in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using these grammar points. Each resource pack has a worksheet that accompanies each PowerPoint. Essential grammar to progress independent learning.
cgazzal
Essential French Grammar - Pack 1.

Essential French Grammar - Pack 1.

A bundle of 5 resource packs which cover a range of important grammatical terms, essential for students studying the new GCSE or AS level. This bundle includes: 1) Adverbs, 2) Adjectives, 3) Comparatives and Superlatives 4) Quantifiers and Intensifiers and 5) Conjunctions. Each resource pack contains a lengthy PowerPoint, with grammar notes that pupils can record in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using these grammar points. Each resource pack has a worksheet that accompanies each PowerPoint. Essential grammar to progress independent learning.
cgazzal
A Complete Guide to Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns.

A Complete Guide to Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns.

This PowerPoint introduces pupils to direct and indirect object pronouns in a step-by-step format (except y & en, as these feature as a separate resource). The slides contain grammar notes that pupils can note in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using these pronouns. The PowerPoint goes through all uses of direct object pronouns and then there are exercises to check comprehension, with answers. The PowerPoint then goes through indirect object pronouns in the same format. There are further exercises to ensure comprehension of using more than one pronoun in different situations. There is also a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the PowerPoint (45 slides). This is a tried and tested method to ensure comprehension and check the ability to confidently form both direct and indirect object pronouns.
cgazzal
Ma routine - daily routine with times.

Ma routine - daily routine with times.

A powerpoint which introduces and practises language for discussing your daily routine including revising time. Also includes a word order activity on an A5 worksheet using the relevant phrases and times.
lucyday73
French: Days of the week

French: Days of the week

This powerpoint introduces the days of the week in French to learners for the first time or it can be revision. Not only are there numerous activities with differentiation to reinforce one's learning, but it also incorporates other elements such as birthdays, years in French, age and numbers from 1-31. Definitely a very useful tool! This presentation is targeted at either Key Stage 2 or 3 learners. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
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
Vocabulary lists

Vocabulary lists

Set of vocabulary lists on the following topics: Physical description, sports and opinion, sports and verbs, school subjects, opinions, teachers, survival kit and time.
MrLoutre