French: Imperfect Tense bundle. Ideal for KS4
Imperfect tense - revision work sheet and answer sheet
Imperfect tense phrases vocabulary sheet (linked to technology) - comparing past and present
Imperfect Tense translations (linked to technology)
Imperfect tense reading comprehension plus answers (linked to technology)
These could be used alongside the Independent Learning Folder sheets:
In this zip file you will find vocabulary revision sheets for:
-General vocabulary, including connectives
-Shopping for food & clothes
There is also a help sheet on the tenses - preterite, imperfect, present + present continuous, future, immediate future
I hope it's useful
I used this as a starter with my Y10s and it seemed to go down well.
Students have to guess the film title in English.
I found out what the Spanish call each of the films instead of translating them directly so you may want to explain this to your students
Hope it's useful
Students have to guess the TV programmes.
I found out what the Spanish call each of the programmes instead of translating them directly so you will need to explain this to the students.
I used this as a starter with my Y10s and it seemed to go down well!
Hope it's useful
Sheets I have used as part of my 'Independent Learning Folder&'. Each sheet photocopied several times and laminated. If students are struggling to act on feedback given they find the appropriate sheet in the folder to help them. Giving opinions, adjectives, connectives, time, frequency phrases, giving extra details, how to form and when to use the different tenses\n\nLet me know what you think and if you spot any errors!
Twitter board, levels sheets, a range of vocab etc.\n\nChallenge capsules - to be printed and cut out and put into individual tubs - you can get packs of tubs in most pound shops! When students have finished their work they choose a challenge capsule and complete the task. Found this idea here: http://www.mrsgoldsclass.com/MiscIdeas.htm\n\nPhrase of fortnight - write a phrase on board in each lang each fortnight. If students use this in context they are given a raffle ticket. Choose a winner to win sweets each fortnight.\n\nHope you find it useful
PowerPoint based on the app '4 pictures 1 word'. \n\nVarious vocab covered including family, descriptions, where you live, colours.\n\nIn French but could be adapted for other languages.\n\nThis one is mainly for Y7 but could be used for other years to recap vocab. I have done one for Y8 and Y9 as well.\n\nCan be used as a starter activity.\n\nStudents try to guess the word from the pictures and the letters given.
PowerPoint which includes jobs with both masculine and feminine and how to say what your parents do.
Could be used as a mini whiteboard game, students write the correct answer on their boards. Answer appears on click.
Taught to my year 8 bottom set.
J'adore, j'aime, je n'aime pas, je déteste
The sens ou non sens game on SB - students decide which sentences don't make sense and change them so that they do (the second part of the incorrect sentences can be moved. if the sentence is correct the ending won't move).
I also did an activity where students had to write a j'adore etc sentence on their mini whiteboards then read them out to the class, if someone else had the same sentence they had to wipe theirs clean.
Powerpoint, card game and worksheet including European countries and capitals.
Powerpoint with each country and capital, teaches difference between a, en and au.
Card game - match country, capital and flag.
Worksheet with vocab grid to fill in and ID card grid
Hope it's useful
Gave to my Y9 GCSE French.\n\nDifferentiated worksheets - I let them choose which one they wanted to do. There isn't much difference between the two - just an extra gap fill on the higher.\n\nPlus a writing frame for the last activity
PowerPoint, speaking activity and writing frame to go alongside the 'On va a Paris&' section of Metro 2.\n\nSpeaking activity - cut up the cards and give one to each student. They have to convey this information to their partner by only speaking French.\n\nHope it&';s useful\nDannielle