French Scattergories

French Scattergories

Could be used as a starter to get them thinking and it's a good way to introduce them to other vocab.\n\nHope it&'s useful. \nPlease leave feedback whether good or bad.\n\nDannielle
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Spanish Comparisons

Spanish Comparisons

PowerPoint showing how to make comparisons in Spanish with a couple of whiteboard games. Handouts for lower ability students.
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Spanish: Holiday Activities - Se puede

Spanish: Holiday Activities - Se puede

Ppt: Introduction to se puede + infinitive, speaking activity with extension task for higher, differentiated translation activity plus extension, differentiated listening activity.\n\nKnowledge checker sheet: students highlight at start, middle and end of lesson to show progression.\n\nListening sheet: students fill in gaps and can choose whether or not they want to have the words in front of them.
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Spanish Game - Guess The Song

Spanish Game - Guess The Song

Starter activity to practise dictionary skills\n\nStudents look up the words in the dictionary and figure out the name of the song in English. The singer/band's initials are at the side of each. The answers to each slide are in the notes at the bottom of each one.\n\nHaven&'t used this myself yet. Please let me know if it&';s useful or not.\nDannielle
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Bingo Numbers MFL Activity

Bingo Numbers MFL Activity

Numbers 1-90 to print off and cut out. I put them in an envelope and pick numbers out at random and read out the numbers in Spanish (could be done for any language). I bought bingo cards really cheap from Wilkinsons instead of making my own.
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Nos presentamos

Nos presentamos

Powerpoint and activities Remember sentence order - passage about Enrique to be read out, students put sentences in correct order after you've finished talking Running dictation - stick passages up on wall. In groups students take it in turns to go up, read the passage, then come back to their desks and fill in the ID cards
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KS3 Spanish - places to visit vocabulary learning

KS3 Spanish - places to visit vocabulary learning

To go alongside PP60-61 of Listos 2 Rojo\n\nPowerpoint:\nIntro to places you can visit using 'hay&'\nMemory game\nTranslation\nWriting\nIntro to &';se puede(n)' plus infinitive\nReading\n\nVocab golf:\ndo this at start and end of lesson. Students give each word a score depending on how well they know it and add up these scores. Score should have gone down by end of lesson, showing progression.\n\nAny feedback welcome!\nHope it&'s useful\nDannielle
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La chenille qui avait faim

La chenille qui avait faim

Powerpoint which introduces some of the vocabulary from The Hungry Caterpillar, used with my Y7s for their Storytelling Project.\n\nHope it's useful\nDannielle
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GCSE French Vocabulary Memrise

GCSE French Vocabulary Memrise

Some kind soul has already uploaded all of the French GCSE AQA vocab to Memrise so thank you to them for doing all the hard work! \n\nI've just put together a sheet with the links and QR codes to each section\n\nD
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La Sorpresa de Nandi

La Sorpresa de Nandi

Resources used with Y7 Spanish for their Storytelling project.\n\nPowerpoint tutorials to teach vocabulary for fruits and animals in La Sorpresa de Nandi (Handa's Surprise).\n\nSheets with images of animals and fruits to be cut up. Students can match with vocabulary, place in correct order, place animals with correct fruits, hold up cards when you say them etc.\n\nHere is a blog post which has flashcards with the vocabulary and a link to the story on Youtube:\n\nhttp://missmorganlanguagezone.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/la-fruta.html
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Perfect tense SB

Perfect tense SB

A few Smartboard activities to revise the perfect tense. Good for getting the whole class involved. Split class into two groups. The avoir page with the sweet on - I used sweets to explain avoir and each student had to say j'ai un bonbon, tu as un bonbon, il/elle (depending on their neighbour) a un bonbon.
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