KS3 French Module Vocab Lists

KS3 French Module Vocab Lists

Vocabulary lists produced for most modules of Y7, 8 and 9 French, roughly following the Expo textbook. Year 7: 1) Basic introductions, numbers, colours 2) Family and pets 3) House and home 4) School and daily routine Year 8: 1) Revision module (talking about family, where you live) + jobs and weather 2) Temps libre - introducing past tense 3) Les sorties - modal verbs, clothes 4) Manger et boire 5) Les vacances Year 9: 1) Future plans (Module 2 of Expo 3) 2) Interests/leisure/culture (Module 1 of Expo 3) 3) Healthy living
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Le week-end dernier - text on perfect tense

Le week-end dernier - text on perfect tense

A simple reading task to introduce the perfect tense with Year 8. Pupils use their existing knowledge of verbs in the present tense/infinitive to identify the meaning of past tense verbs in the text, leading to a discussion of how the perfect tense is formed. Aimed at Y8 pupils, alongside Expo 2, Module 2 but could easily be used with weak Y9s too.
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Year 7 - Moi et ma famille - differentiated lessons

Year 7 - Moi et ma famille - differentiated lessons

Topic including family, ages, hair and eyes, personality, animals. Combines content from Expo 1 modules 2 and 3. All Listening activities go with the sound files from Expo 1. Bronze/Silver/Gold outcomes for all lessons. The "la famille de Marc" text is one found by a colleague - if it's yours, many thanks. I am reposting because it is used differently here (reading relay). Some picture slides are also taken from other free TES resources.
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Year 8 - Temps Libre - Leisure - Free Time  - Expo 2 Module 2

Year 8 - Temps Libre - Leisure - Free Time - Expo 2 Module 2

Series of lessons for Y8 top set introducing tenses, within the context of free time/leisure. Includes: -opinions of infinitives -1st person in past, present, future -perfect tense with avoir (range of subjects, irregular past participles) -opinions of TV -speaking assessment - GCSE-style roleplay cards All lessons are differentiated Bronze/Silver/Gold.
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Places in town and directions in Spanish

Places in town and directions in Spanish

Pupils have learned various shops/key buildings in down. Pupils have learned some basic directions and prepositions. In pairs - one person has the map, other person has a copy of the directions. Map-holder asks Qs (see top-right of page) and partner reads from the directions. Map-holder fills in empty boxes on map. Extension for those who finish first - add in some other places and write sentences describing their location.
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Au restaurant - past tense reading

Au restaurant - past tense reading

Differentiated reading tasks for a very mixed ability top/middle set Y10 French group. B/C text focuses on recognition and usage of key verbs in the perfect and imperfect tense. A* version assumes pupils are already confident with the 2 tenses and introduces a range of advanced structures which they can use to develop their work.
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Short translation tasks with mark scheme

Short translation tasks with mark scheme

Practice translation activities in the style of the new GCSE. Worksheet includes a short version of the AQA mark scheme. I go through the correct translation on the board then get pupils to make corrections and peer assess before I mark their work. Using these every 2-3 weeks as a 10-15 minute activity, to assess pupils regularly and keep exam skills ticking over, rather than doing a massive exam at the end of each topic.
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Match reasons for jobs in French & English

Match reasons for jobs in French & English

Disclaimer: adapted from a teacher at my placement school, not entirely my own work. First pupils do card-sort activity - match reasons for jobs in French and English. When they finish, start filling in the grid. As extension or homework - fill in the 3rd column with a job title (in French) that goes with the reason - there is more than one possible answer for this.
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Healthy Living - KS4 - 6 week topic leading to controlled assessment

Healthy Living - KS4 - 6 week topic leading to controlled assessment

Powerpoints aimed at very high ability KS4 working towards a controlled assessment on Healthy Living.I will add each week's resources as I get to them. -Week 1 - present tense, advanced negatives, pronouns y and en.-Week 2 - food groups, nutrition, describing different foods (EXT: bien que + subjunctive).-Week 3 - sports and exercise - using jouer and faire in a range of tenses (+ time phrases)-Week 4 - imperfect tense. How your lifestyle differed in the past - Week 4b - Mauvaises habitudes. Opinions of smoking and alcohol.-Week 5 - Giving advice for a healthy lifestyle (with il faut, on doit, il est important de) (EXT: il faut que + subjunctive)-Week 6 - Your future plans for a healthy lifestyleI have added a checklist for pupils to self assess when preparing their draft (C grade and A grade version).The documents entitled "Revision" are helpsheets for pupils to refer to when producing written work.
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French perfect tense revision quiz

French perfect tense revision quiz

Pupils had covered perfect tense during module on hobbies/leisure in the previous term but had had a bit of a break from it. Used quiz to get them thinking about it again and prepare to apply it to the current topic. Could use to test how much they remember, or let them use their exercise books (opportunity for them to evaluate how good their note-taking is and if their books will help them revise).
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Year 8 - Manger et boire - Expo 2, Module 4

Year 8 - Manger et boire - Expo 2, Module 4

Updated 25/3 - More lessons for Vert added.\n\nResources for the first few lessons on this module with 2 different classes. Covers similar ground but more quickly for Rouge (they have fewer lessons) and with tenses. \n\nReferences to reading tasks may be other files I have uploaded here. \n\nI have taken a few slides (mostly typed up textbook resources) from other resources found on TES so thanks if that was you!
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School and education - controlled assessment prep

School and education - controlled assessment prep

5 weeks worth of lessons on the topic of school, prior to task-setting for a written controlled assessment.\n\n-Audit of prior knowledge (basic vocab)\n-Giving opinions (basic and GCSE)\n-Talking about compulsory and optional subjects in England and France.\n-The school day in England and France (revising telling the time)\n-School uniform\n-Direct object pronouns\n-School rules\n-Future plans in the near future tense, future tense, and with si clauses.
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L'avenir - various resources

L'avenir - various resources

Several weeks worth of powerpoint slides following Expo 3 Vert Module 2 (L'avenir).\n\nStarts with on va + infinitive, mostly talking about free time.\nThen introduces rest of aller, and focuses on je vais + infinitive for writing a timeline of future plans at different ages. \n\nHave also included a few worksheets.
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Year 8 - Les vacances

Year 8 - Les vacances

EDIT 24/06/14 - Added some more lessons to Powerpoint and a couple more worksheets.\n\nFor Year 8 groups on Expo 2 Module 5. \n\nFirst couple of lessons - countries, nationalities, saying where you usually go and where you went last year. \nPuzzle sheet and link to consolidate on a Friday afternoon.\n\nMore lessons will be added as I go along.
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Les plats français - reading comprehension

Les plats français - reading comprehension

Description of 8 traditioanl French dishes to match to their names. Pupils will need to research the food items in order to work it out. Builds up to pupils writing their own paragraph to describe a food item. Aim to develop comprehension skills and learn some new vocabulary whilst gaining cultural knowledge about French food.
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Year 8 - Temps Libre (Expo 2, Module 2)

Year 8 - Temps Libre (Expo 2, Module 2)

6-8 week topic on free time, aimed at Year 8 Set 3.Includes sports and hobbies, opinions, perfect tense and TV. Culminates in a Reading assessment.A few slides may be taken from other TES resources. If you recognise your work, many thanks for sharing and let me know if you want to be credited.
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