This resource is suitable for upper KS2 and KS3 SEN.
1Reading :draw pictures to match the words .
2.Speaking: complete the table, then ask two friends about their favourite sports.
3.Writing: Write sentences about which sports you like and which you don`t like.
Whole lesson for KS3 students. Fact file about Cristiano Ronaldo. Practice of asking and forming questions and answers in order to perform an interview role play with the football star.
Link to a real interview with Cristiano.
One of the aimes of this lesson was to motivate boys and relate to their interest.
Un stylo, une feuille, un dé
First player who rolls a 3 grabs the pencil and starts translating. Other player rolls the dice until he/she rolls a 3 and shouts “TRois”. This player has now won the pencil and can start translating. First player has the dice and needs a 3 to steal the pencil. The winner is the player who has translated all sentences correctly.
GCSE conversation questions
Activity to help learn places in town and describe way to school.
1.Children use the dictionaries to look up words.
2.Listen to the song and fill in the gaps. Sing along.
3.Translation into English.
4.Describe your way to school or draw the places you pass on the way to school and label them .
Slides to practise and consolidate past tense ( the perfect tense) . Games ideas, model sentences, translation, song with irregular verbs and you tube link. Great for GCSE interventions and helps to raise boys` motivation. Slide with song worksheet.
Objective: giving more detailed opinions about school subjects
games: stealing game
activities: alphabetical order, matching
writing: use a writing frame to write about school subjects, differentiation
speaking: talk to your classmates, make a tally, draw a graph