A little more practice with French negative constructions. On the topic of town and local area. Single activity with two parts: match up then gap fill. Features following constructions: ne … rien ne … jamais ne … personne ne … aucun(e) ne … que ne …plus ne … ni … ni If your class found this resource useful, please leave a review!
Fun Follow me / Loop game to practise negatives. Linked to Studio GCSE Module 4 De la ville à la campagne Unit 2 Ville de rêve ou ville de cauchemar? Enough for up to 30 pupils. First player reads out the English on their card. Whoever has the French translation on their card then reads that out next. They then read out their English sentence. And so on! Hopefully you’ll get a loop around the class and a class who are a bit more confident with using negatives in French! ne … rien ne … jamais ne … pas ne … personne ne … aucun(e) ne … que ne …plus ne … ni … ni If your class have enjoyed this resource, please leave a review!
Two part worksheet for a school trip to an art gallery. First side is a treasure hunt on the way to the art gallery. Tick off the pictures labelled in French when you see them. Second side to be completed in the art gallery. Use vocab from first side to describe two paintings. Then write about your favourite painting using the sentence scaffold for support.
Worksheet designed to introduce pupils to the French simple future tense with answers on powerpoint via investigation style activities. Students look at examples of the tense in three linked texts and work out for themselves the rules for the French simple future tense. First part concentrates on regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs. Parts two and three then looks at some irregular verbs. Hand out a part at a time - cut the second sheet in two so it is given as and when pupils are ready for the next stage. Powerpoint then presents answers to the class.
Gap fill activity to provide practice of how to say ‘in’ in French. Follow up from the grammar box on page 74 of Studio GCSE Rouge Module 4. Differentiated: Can be used with the jumbled up answer box for support or without for extra level of difficulty. Two sets of same activity per A4. If you and your class enjoy this activity, please leave a review!
Simple starter activity. Students complete the grid with regarder, avoir and faire in each tense for different parts of the verb. Practises present, perfect, imperfect, near future and simple future. 2 grids per A4 sheet. If you and your class enjoy this activity, please leave a review!
Set of translations. Extension for early finishers. Using structures featured in the text on page 81 exercise 7 from Studio GCSE Rouge Module 4 De la ville à la campagne Unit 2 Ville de rêve ou ville de cauchemar ? 4 sets of translations per A4 sheet If you and your class enjoy this resource, please leave a review!
Local area / Ma région writing task & planning grid GCSE style task: Question 2 on Foundation paper / Question 3 on Higher paper With bullet points to help plan answer. Plus tips to check work when complete! If your class found this resource useful, please leave a review!
Five part sentence scaffold to write an introductory letter to a penfriend. Also good revision activity for basic information. Success criteria tick box for pupils to complete as they complete the activity. Covers: Name, age, where you live Birthday Brothers and sisters Musical preferences Sports If you and your class have enjoyed this resource, please leave a review!
French Reading & Writing differentiated worksheet Personal Descriptions KS2 KS3 Adjectival agreement
Reading and Writing worksheet based on personal descriptions for KS2 or KS3. Differentiated: one worksheet, two levels. Contains Learning Objective and Success criteria tick box for students and class teacher. With answer sheets. One star * worksheet contains slightly easier texts and questions with more support. Two star ** worksheet has slightly harder texts and more challenging questions. First and third parts of être, negatives, intensifying adverbs and a selection of adjectives which all add an ‘e’ in the feminine form. Covers following vocabulary: je suis / je ne suis pas il est / il n’est pas elle est / elle n’est pas assez / un peu / très petit / grand / amusant / charmant / intelligent / content / bavard If you and your class enjoy this resource, please leave a review!
Simple starter activity. Students complete the grid with jouer, aller and être in each tense for different parts of the verb. Practises present, perfect,imperfect, near future and simple future. 2 grids per A4 sheet. If you and your class enjoy this activity, please leave a review!