This booklet is ideal as a revision, homework, independent study or cover resource for KS4 students studying the holiday topic. The subtopics covered are countries, transport and basic questions about your holidays e.g. who with, where you stay etc. The skill focus is on grammar, vocabulary, translation and writing.
This worksheet is ideal for setting as a cover lesson or homework project. There are a range of tasks such as a photo task, reading comprehension and translation from French to English. The worksheet culminates in an extended project where students describe their ideal house using the conditional tense- support given.
This lesson aims to build students' confidence tackling photo card tasks in both writing and speaking. It introduces them to the PALM structure- People, Action, Location and Mood. This way students aren't stuck with what to say about the photo. It also briefly recaps the present tense for -er verbs as I often find my students write "ils sont manger" or "il est regarder" when describing photos, when the present progressive does not exist in French.
This worksheet is ideal for a homework to supplement learning in class or as a simple, straightforward cover worksheet. The tasks increase in difficulty. Could be used with a year 9 or 10 class.
This worksheet is ideal for a stand-alone cover lesson or homework task to supplement in class learning. It introduces and practises the vocabulary of jobs in Spanish. Tasks gradually increase in difficulty which makes the worksheet already differentiated.
This presentation is a full lesson teaching students how to describe their personality. Centred around choral drilling, repetition and speaking games. Useful notes included to explain each slide. The lesson can be easily differentiated between word and sentence level.
This is a booklet that could be given to a year 10 class as a supplement to work in class when covering Module 3 of the Studio GCSE book. It covers the topic topics: food, clothes and festivals. The skills practised are vocabulary, writing and translation. This would also be ideal to set during a lesson or period of cover.
This worksheet is a mixture of cultural and reading comprehension tasks which explores Francophone countries and Algeria in more detail. Ideal for a cover lesson or homework task. Aimed at year 8/9 but can be easily adapted.
This worksheet is the ideal revision tool for a foundation or higher GCSE French class. It could be used for a one-off cover lesson or as a homework task to supplemement in class learning. The worksheet was created very much with the GCSE specification in mind and builds up to a 90 word question. The tasks are differentiated and gradually increase in difficulty.
This is a lesson where students learn to say what is/isn’t in their bag. The reason the title is “Dans mon sac (2)” is that I usually teach this as a second build on lesson after already introducing the key vocabulary items in a first lesson. This will depend on your class though whether this is necessary. Objectives are: to learn/recap vocabulary of 10 items in a school bag/pencil case to say there is/there isn’t to form full sentences To understand the rule of plurals Skills focus are speaking (choral repetition), translation into English and writing
An ideal first lesson for Y7/8 Spanish. It follows the Viva 1 textbook “Como te llamas?” but can be used as any introductory lesson whatever textbook you use. Objective: to learn basic introductions in Spanish. In the notes of every slide are more detailed instructions of how I would use the slide.
This lesson uses the traditional French song “Vive le vent” to focus on listening and transcription skills as well as a focus on phonics. A perfect lesson to end the term that still has an important skills focus.
This worksheet is ideal for a homework to supplement learning in class or as a simple, straightforward cover worksheet. The tasks is differentiated as it increases in difficulty.
A lesson to introduce the family vocabulary to year 7 and introduce the grammar point of possessive adjectives; mon/ma/mes. The main activity; a writing task either drawing/labelling a family tree or writing a paragraph about their family
An ideal lesson for year 8 French as part of a SOW on music/free time. The lesson objective is to learn music genres and be able to give opinions and reasons on these different genres in French. Activities include an adjective matchup task, a listening task with authentic French songs (links to youtube attached) and a speaking survey task.
This lesson aims to teach students to be confident and competent with a French dictionary in order to become independent learners. Ideal for the first half term in year 7 but can also serve as a recap when necessary for any year group.
This worksheet is ideal for a KS4 class who are learning how to discuss holidays using three tenses. This resource is broken down in to manageable chunks to enable students to complete it independently of the teacher. It can be used as a homework task, revision resource or a stand-alone cover worksheet that still enables progress.
This is an ideal first lesson with a year 7 class in September new to French. The powerpoint takes you through the step-by-step of handing out new books, going over expectations, discussing the importance of language learning and then some drilling of “Bonjour, ca va” vocabulary with suggested speaking games.
A worksheet that supports KS4 students in learning how to describe the activities they usually do on holiday. This worksheet could be used as a stand-alone cover lesson or weekly homework task. It is self-differentiated in that it increases in difficulty.
A worksheet that links to studio 1 p.52 “Tu es sportif?”. Ideal to set for homework or a cover lesson. It is well staged and increases in difficulty so students of all abilities should be appropriately challenged.