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IBDP French Ab initio oral questions bank: Environnements urbains et ruraux

IBDP French Ab initio oral questions bank: Environnements urbains et ruraux

This is a compilation of questions to ask during oral exams. These questions can be asked as practice and they will really push students to think deeper about the topics. The questions are organized under the following recommended ab initio topics under the theme "environnements urbains et ruraux": - Géographie physique / météo - Préoccupations environnementales - Questions mondiales - Villes et services / voisinage There are approximately 15 questions per section. Also available: questions on "Individu et société". I am still working on the last theme, loisirs et travail. Check back in soon!
teachwithatwist
KS3 French – Describing Where We Live.

KS3 French – Describing Where We Live.

This is a set of resources to introduce and cover the topic of where you live. The resources introduce and practise: geographical locations; types of accommodation; rooms in the house; and household furniture. There is enough work for at least 6 lessons and there are worksheets that accompany all of the exercises on the Power Points. There is an assessment for pupils to complete, which will take 2-3 lessons. The assessment is based on producing an Estate Agents brochure for selling a house. With this there are examples of how to complete the assessment, criteria and a DIRT feedback sheet.
cgazzal
JUNIOR CERT 5 mins starter (work on vocal/letter/postcards/notes)

JUNIOR CERT 5 mins starter (work on vocal/letter/postcards/notes)

A list of bullet points taken from the Junior Cert Higher Level exam (LETTERS/FORMAL LETTERS/POSTCARDS/NOTES from 2017 to 2000) which I cut into strips and put in a jar. A student pick one at the beginning of the lesson and that's the one they will have to write for 5 min. I also use this technique to work on the listening and the vocabulary (see the list "VOCABULARY-5MIN"). For example if the students pick "SPELLING", I spell 5 names which they have to write. these document can be edited to suit your class. You could choose only the part that you have done. It is a good way to revise the letters, formal letters, postcards, notes and vocabulary. Enjoy! Feedback much appreciated.
minik66
JUNIOR CERT postcards 5 min starters

JUNIOR CERT postcards 5 min starters

A list of bullet points all taken from the exam papers which I cut and put in a jar. Every lesson, a student picks one piece of paper and that's the bullet point the class will have to write. This document has all the bullet points from the Junior Cert Higher Level from 2017 to 2005 (I think). It is editable. I have a jar in my class with a mix of vocabulary (for example if they pick "phone numbers", I call out 5 phone numbers which they have to write, good to work on the listening) and bullet points from the postcards, letters and formal letters (from 2017 to 2000). These are available on TES from my shop for 2 euro. (to see my shop click on my yellow smiley icon on the top!) Enjoy!
minik66
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
GCSE French Speaking questions

GCSE French Speaking questions

Created some questions to give to my GCSE French pupils but some of their answers didn't quite work with the question, so I adapted it and added the English translations for the questions.
emilytyler1
GCSE FRENCH: Qui suis-je? Interactive activity for advanced secondary French students

GCSE FRENCH: Qui suis-je? Interactive activity for advanced secondary French students

Qui suis-je? Interactive activity for advanced secondary French students ⇨ 75 cards with detailed descriptions of common nouns using higher level French ⇨ Use cards to have students work in pairs or small groups. ⇨ Use PDF with one card per page to project and use as a whole class activity. ⇨ Cards feature detailed descriptions for students to read and have others guess the noun that has been described. ⇨ Higher level grammar and vocabulary used in descriptions helps more advanced students get more exposure to grammar in context while having a lot of fun! While it is good to have students come up with their own descriptive sentences in French, sometimes it's just as great to have them read descriptions aloud to each other. Students will see advanced grammar in use and will understand new vocabulary words through context. This is a unique way to improve when students have already been exposed to a lot of grammar. Here are a few examples: ⭐ Les voyageurs m'aiment beaucoup parce que je suis très utile quand on veut parcourir de longues distances. On ne me conduit pas. On me pilote. Qui suis-je? ⭐ Je suis un avion! ⭐ J'existe pour aider les gens qui ne voient pas très bien. Ils me posent sur leur nez. J'ai deux verres pour les aider à mieux voir. Qui suis-je? ⭐ Je suis les lunettes! This resource can be used over and over, and since there are so many cards you will have plenty of variety. The grammar varies from card to card, so you can easily pick and choose which ones you would like to use for different levels. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. 

 COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. GCSE FRENCH: Qui suis-je? Interactive activity for advanced secondary French students
jenniferlcrespin
French Winter Question Cards - 30 French Winter Speaking Prompts - L'Hiver

French Winter Question Cards - 30 French Winter Speaking Prompts - L'Hiver

French Winter Question Cards - 30 French Winter Speaking Prompts - L'Hiver Want your students to have some fun speaking French to each other in December, January and February using seasonal WINTER - HIVER vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your students to speak more and is a perfect resource to use in immersion, core or homeschool curriculums. You can use these cards after teaching specific vocabulary for winter or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing in a different way. Read on to find out 10 ways I like to use these cards including the popular SCOOT game. Instructions and recording sheet are included. All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a ring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities. Included: 30 speaking prompt cards - color (4 per page to print and cut out) 30 speaking prompt cards - black and white PDF version to project and avoid printing (1 card per page to project) 10 different ways to use these cards Scoot game instructions Scoot recording sheet There are many ways you can use this set of cards: ➤ Print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and attach on a ring for small groups to ask and answer questions. ➤ Project the pdf file in class to work in group or with your whole class and avoid printing. ➤ Use as a warm-up speaking activity with a conversation partner. As students enter the classroom have them choose 2-3 cards from a box. ➤ Students who finish their work earlier than others can choose a few of the cards and write out correct answers to false statements. ➤ Use as exit tickets. Give each student a card before the end of class and as they walk out of the room they tell the teacher their answer. ➤ Stations: Put students into groups and divide the cards amongst them. Have groups rotate to a new station as they finish the cards. ➤ Scoot: Put one card on each desk in the classroom. Give each student a response sheet and set a timer to give them just enough time to answer true or false and to correct the false statements. When the timer rings students move on to the next desk and the next question. All cards are numbered so it is simple to stay organized. Full instructions are included. ➤ Use the cards with board games. Students must answer a question in order to move. ➤ Use the cards as an icebreaker activity at the beginning of the school year or right after school holidays. ➤ Great resource for tutoring sessions and vocabulary building.
jenniferlcrespin
Maison (House in French) Find it Worksheet

Maison (House in French) Find it Worksheet

Worksheet has a 6 by 6 grid with pictures of rooms and furniture. There are 16 house vocabulary words written out in words and students identify which square it is in. Includes second version in black and white.
jer520
Rooms of the House

Rooms of the House

A PowerPoint to introduce the rooms of the house in French, followed by a fly in-fly out game and "which room is missing" activity.
ryansl