Resources to accompany watching the film - with Year 7 classes, revising and reusing language covered throughout the year. Includes pre-film activity - types of film, colours. Post-film activities include: character work - names, descriptions, relationships between characters, activities based around the ‘monster’ - describing, creating own, song, activities about la Seine, re-ordering the story and monuments in Paris. *Please note: I do not own any of the film-video clips/images contained within the project & resources
Escape Room style resource based around aspects of French culture. To be used in school with mixed groups therefore majority of content is in English (could be adapted for more TL) Areas include: Cannes film festival French food Fête de la Musique la Francophonie Bastille Day Fête du Citron la Tour de France la Tour Eiffel Using GoogleSlides and Flippity. There are 8 Puzzles for students to find a CODE to that unlocks 8 padlocks.
This is a film project created for Y8 at the end of the year, based around revision/consolidation of the past tense and the topic of holidays. Students watched the film in French. Then worked through the activities in the booklet. Present tense - vocabulary building - destinations, accomodation, who you travel with etc Past tense - following watching the film - where did he go? with who? re-ordering events from the film Literacy - section on the writer and the themes of the original books in French Please leave a review/feedback I do not own any film related images etc I have only produced the activities and booklet - inspired by other TES authors
Project/Mini scheme of work to incorporate: er verbs/my home/my room/prepositions. The theme of Van Gogh links the topics together, using his painting 'la maison jaune' and 'ma chambre'. There is a prezi linked to the project- to introduce rooms in the house. Students also produced their own drawings in the 'style of' Van Gogh/Impressionism. Please leave a comment with feedback for changes etc :) With thanks to the video taken from Youtube.
Starter/Quiz activity - students must decide if each job exists or not (eg. Ice cream developper, sun cream applicator). Follow up activities could include creating their own ‘unique’/dream jobs, describing (writing or speaking) which job they would like to do and why…if linked to giving justifications for choosing or applying for a job or necessary qualities…the jobs could be ‘auctioned’ to the best candidate ie. the person who can best explain why they want that job.
Francophone research task. Students explore a map marked with several pins showing french speaking countries - using http://www.airpano.com/360photo_list.php they can explore the destination before choosing a country to focus on. Students then select a ‘segment’ eg green, green = Geography category, they must then research their chosen destination to find out the necessary information eg. name at least 2 geographical features of this country. “collect”/research all segments. Designed to be used in school currently, with mixed ages/abilities and some non linguists therefore resource is in English. Resource could be adapted to be more competitive - setting a time limit or working in teams. There is also a Kahoot! to go with this: https://create.kahoot.it/share/francophonie/466e7a61-8080-454f-b578-3863747b9352
J'habite... recognising ''er'' verbs introducing vocab-maison/appartement/village/ville Introduction to what the term 'francophone' means and examples of francophone countries. 4 short texts from children in francophone countries(Mali, Laos, Dominica) describing where they live. Using language/obj from Expo 1 pp. 44-47 Includes a great video - courtesy of an other TES resource - merci!
Resource for World Environment Day - can be used/modified for a range of age groups Starter = info about plastic pollution with figures taken out for students to guess/fill in Video = Listening Activity with a gap fill
Using the current craze of Pokémon Go. I used this for end of term activity. Follow up activities could include: designing and labelling own Pokémon character, describing it to a partner.
Journée Mondiale de l’Environnement 2019: Combattre la Pollution de l’Air Selection of resources to highlight World Environment Day - can be adapted for younger students up to A-level. Includes video links, worksheets to accompany videos, activity ideas.
A collection of basic language worksheets - could be used for revision, cover work (can also accompany/assess resources following my The Voice (s8 2019) resource). Language/Topics covered include: Greetings, Name, Birthdays, Months, Numbers 1-12, Opinion Phrases, Hair & Eyes and Colours.
Prezi Presentation Trying to add a bit of spice to introducing/revising key rooms in the house
Introduction to regions of France by using famous French footballers and their birth place. not an extensive list - could be extended greatly by adding francophone countries.
Year 7 lesson to revise/summarise our unit C’est Moi! Introducing yourself - giving basic information (name, age, hair+eye colour). Includes an authentic listening activity - news story based around the oldest message in a bottle discovered. (I do not own this video) and I would like to thank the inspiration - which came from FB Group LiPS LMGarcia
Using resources from ‘1jour1actu’ &‘franceinfojunior’ - this resource includes speaking activity giving opinions/preferences on styles of christmas tree. Reading activity on the journey/life of a christmas tree. Writing/Speaking/Dictionary activity to create and describe students’ own christmas tree design. Listening activity linked to a France 5 documentary. Can be adapted for a wide range of classes, depending on ability.
Using an article from ‘1jour1actu’ about the new Grinch film - reading comprehension exercise. Followed by an exercise where students are asked to create an invitation that would persuade the grumpy Grinch to come down from his mountain. Y8 - modal verbs-tu veux…/je peux etc & je viens **please note - I do not own the video, film imagery or article.
This is a unit of work based around basic introductory language with links to The Voice (s8 2019). Language covered includes greetings, numbers 1-10, hair & eyes, months & birthday, musical likes. *many thanks to those who have inspired me - some resources adapted from TES ** I do not own any of the images/videos related to The Voice or other video clips