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GCSE FRENCH TOPIC & GRAMMAR OVERVIEW

GCSE FRENCH TOPIC & GRAMMAR OVERVIEW

This is given to all our GCSE students at the start of the course - dates and order of topics can be changed of course. We use this as a self-assessment checklist too when doing revision. The pages refer to the relevant pages in the CGP revision guide (GCSE French AQA 9-1). The glossary pages refer to the Studio Higher textbook.
AstridMonika
AQA GCSE French - Higher Topic Checklist

AQA GCSE French - Higher Topic Checklist

A higher topic checklist for all 12 units - including page references for the CGP revision guide and workbook, along with references for the Oxford textbook for use with Kerboodle. Allows students to record dates for when they have completed activities and what they need to do for each unit.
ellistommy
Coupe du monde de football 2018 - Russie

Coupe du monde de football 2018 - Russie

Resources for the World Cup 2018 in Russia. There are passport-like cards for the children to fill in, along with simple fact files about each country (Capital city, population). There is a table to record the scores of the matches. Plenty of opportunities to express opinions with justifications. The planning document offers some objectives and some suggestions as to what could be done in French lessons during the World Cup.
Evalie
Studio 2, Module 4, pp. 72, 73 - À table, tout le monde!

Studio 2, Module 4, pp. 72, 73 - À table, tout le monde!

This resource goes with Studio 2 Rouge, Module 4, pp. 72, 73 - À table, tout le monde! but could be used with any class learning how to speak/write about what they have for breakfast, evening meal, in a restaurant. The resource includes: 1 ppt. to introduce the present tense of the verbs boire and prendre. Negatives ne … pas, ne … jamais and ne … rien are included. 16 differentiated worksheets based around pp. 72, 73 of Studio 2 Rouge. The worksheets will give your students plenty of practice using breakfast, evening meal and eating out vocabulary with emphasis on the partitive article. They aim to develop vocabulary learning and reading comprehension skills through a range of well structured tasks. Thank you for looking!
wylamuk
Nourriture et boisson - Card Game Bundle

Nourriture et boisson - Card Game Bundle

These games are designed to practice the French vocabulary for food, drinks, fruits and vegetables along with the verbs eat, drink, want, like . Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills.
didade
J'aime - Légumes - Card Game

J'aime - Légumes - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice the names of the vegetables and the verb “like”. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
J'aime - Fruits - Card Game

J'aime - Fruits - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice the names of the fruits and the verb “like”. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
Je veux - Nourriture et Boisson - Card Game

Je veux - Nourriture et Boisson - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice food and drink and the verb “want”. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade