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Everything you need to teach and help your students become bilingual in English and French.
French- Christmas: "Que porte le Père Noël?"
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French- Christmas: "Que porte le Père Noël?"

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This teaching ressource includes Special features: Power Point with Very nice design for Christmas. Fun game and amusing pictures to catch all the pupils attention. Objectives: - name some Christmas characters and describe Santa 's clothes. Perfect to use in December, before Christmas! For KS1, KS2 and KS3.
French listening/ reading- Telling a Halloween story in the past (passé-compose/ imparfait)
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French listening/ reading- Telling a Halloween story in the past (passé-compose/ imparfait)

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You will find: - A story "Rencontre avec une sorcière" (Meeting a witch)- using the past tenses (passé-composé et imparfait). The story is being read twice, very clearly, by a French native speaker. It is also available written on a worksheet with questions and on a PowerPoint presentation (.ppt). It includes the whole analysis of the text (setting, characters, tenses, halloween vocabulary about a witch). As an extra, you will find a link to Geography as the story is happening somewhere special, in a French speaking country... There is also a written task at the end that is clearly set with strategies given on how to complete it best. Every single task is available on audio.
Easter in France - Paques
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Easter in France - Paques

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Powerpoint on Easter Tradition in France. Learn vocabulary with pronunciation + game Make a Easter poem about eggs. Lots of fun!!
Quel temps fait-il?
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Quel temps fait-il?

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QCA Scheme of Work: KS2 Unit 12 : Quel temps fait-il ? KS3 Unit 7 : Les autres pays. Section 6 : The weather. Objective: I can talk about the weather outside. ('Je parle du temps qu'il fait, dehors.') Content: 1.PowerPoint- 15 slides (All slides have French native voice recorded.) - Teach nine expressions about the weather. - Play Noughts and Crosses with two different level of difficulties. - Match the expressions to the pictures. 2.Homework: Worksheet with expressions to cut and match to the pictures. 3.Detailed lesson plan. Skills: Listening, speaking, reading.
L' alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre F, son [f]
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L' alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre F, son [f]

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Teach five words in French beginning with F and match them to the five senses to make full sentences, such as 'I can smell a flower'. (Je sens une fleur.) Learn about ways to say 'I touch' ('I hold', 'I take', ‘I pick’ or ‘I pet’) and ‘I taste’ (‘I eat’) Improve your pronunciation and reading skills by listening to French native speaker audio sequences. Content: -18 power point slides with colourful clipart pictures and audio sequences. - Worksheet with mini flashcards (pictures+ words) to associate to each of the five senses. - Detailed lesson plan. Skills: KS2/3 Age: 5-10
L' alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre G, son [g]
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L' alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre G, son [g]

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Teach five words in French beginning with G [g] and match them to the five senses to make full sentences, such as 'I see a dinosaur'. Learn about ways to say 'I touch' ('I hold', 'I take', ‘I pick’ or ‘I pet’) and ‘I taste’ (‘I eat’) Improve your pronunciation and reading skills by listening to French native speaker audio sequences. Content: -18 power point slides with colourful clipart pictures and audio sequences. - Worksheet with mini flashcards (pictures+ words) to associate to each of the five senses. - Detailed lesson plan. Skills: KS2/3 Age: 5-10
La météo en France.
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La météo en France.

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FRENCH QCA Scheme of Work: KS2 Unit 12 : Quel temps fait-il ? KS3 Unit 7 : Les autres pays. Section 6 : The weather. Objectives: -I understand the weather forecast in France. -I can present the weather forecast. Content: 1.PowerPoint- 9 slides (All slides have French native voice recorded.) - Review the weather forecast and the points of the compass. - Make full sentences using a modeled structure (Grammar point explained). - Present the weather forecast in France. - Create your own weather forecast. (differentiation: three levels of difficulties)- WORKSHEET available (work in pairs & talent-show) - Ask simple closed questions (yes/no answers)- Grammar point. - Listen and guess someone's weather forecast. 2.Homework: Worksheet- Write sentences to describe the weather forecast- (differentiation: three levels of difficulties) 3.Detailed lesson plan. Skills: Listening, speaking, reading, writing.
Friends of 10: Adding to 10 with Calculation Sticks
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Friends of 10: Adding to 10 with Calculation Sticks

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Teaching the kids how to use the famous Cuisenaire method, and learn how to add numbers up to 10. With this method, children will easily understand and be able to learn "the friends of ten" If you don't have the calculation sticks, you can simply print them onto thick coloured papers. To be used in Early Years Maths.
L'alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre B, son [b]
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L'alphabet des cinq sens: La lettre B, son [b]

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Teach five words in French beginning with B [b] and match them to the five senses to make full sentences, such as 'I see a boat'. Improve your pronounciation and reading skills by listening to french native speaker audio sequences. Content: -16 slides power point with colourful pictures and audio sequences. - Worksheet with mini flashcards (pictures+words) to associate to each of the five senses. - Detailed lesson plan. Skills: KS2/3 Age: 5-10
French PAST Tenses: Verbes au Passé Composé avec ETRE, version Halloween!
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French PAST Tenses: Verbes au Passé Composé avec ETRE, version Halloween!

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It includes a PPT with 48 slides introducing all of the verbs that use the auxiliary "ETRE" in the past tense (passé-composé) with the infinitive, the past participle, clear examples of sentences for each verb. It also highlights the few verbs that can actually use both ETRE or AVOIR in the past tense according to their meaning. The whole presentation is made very interactive for the students to resolve an "Acrostiche" (mnemonic strategy) that will help them remember the list of verbs. It also comes with 2 innovative posters showing the verbs using ETRE and the ones using both ETRE ou AVOIR. Finally, you will also find a worksheet for the students to fill up as you go through the slides.
French- Rules of agreement between the past participle and the complement
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French- Rules of agreement between the past participle and the complement

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This file contains the rules of agreement for the past participle used with the auxiliaries "avoid" and "être" (passé-compose) clearly explained in French with examples. The most difficult part is usually to explain why sometimes the past participle agrees with the complement when using "avoir". Here, it is clearly explained and there is a complete activity to practice the rule. Highly recommended to reach A* French GCSE or A level
French Remembrance Day- Fêter les 99 ans du 11 Novembre (2017)- Armistice France
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French Remembrance Day- Fêter les 99 ans du 11 Novembre (2017)- Armistice France

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This teaching resource includes -16 slides Interactive Power Point Presentation with many animations and audio files. It teaches students about the history behind November, the 11th, why it is a bank holiday in France, some important facts about World War II, what exactly happened on November the 11th, how November, the 11th is being celebrated in France, a special craft activity to do for that special day, a song from a famous French singer related to that event, expressions of opinions. -6 pages of pdf file with 2 pages for the listening skills activity, 1 page for the reading skill activity, 1 page for the craft activity, 1 page with the lyrics of the song and 1 page for the writing task. All 4 types of skills are included with listening skills activities, speaking skills, reading skills and writing skills. There is also clear differentiation in the writing task. It is perfect to use during the week of November, the 11th. 2017 is the 99th birthday anniversary of this event!!!
Halloween FRENCH Monstres Description Couleurs Formes
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Halloween FRENCH Monstres Description Couleurs Formes

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I have designed this package especially for Halloween. You will find: -An Interactive power point presentation with audio sequences on most of the 38 slides, with activities that will enhance students speaking skills, especially their pronunciation and the order of the words in French (eg un petit monstre jaune meaning a small yellow monster...) - 60 mini flashcards with colourful monsters in 5 different shapes that can be used for different games. - a set of 6 double entrance tables with shapes and colours. (link with maths) - a set of 3 different monster masks to decorate for Halloween. - a set of 6 workseets with 5 different patterns each (30 all together) with different level of difficulties. - a set of 3 worksheets with monsters t cut ut and order in a sequence (size) - a worksheet to practice adding monsters and write the answers in French (un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq) I hope you will find this package very useful and fun for your students. MERCI de me faire confiance!
Easter Eggs- Les oeufs de Pâques
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Easter Eggs- Les oeufs de Pâques

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You will find: -a PPT with 47 slides including many audio sequences. It also refers to the worksheets. -two detailed lesson plans. -four worksheets (one to practice each skill required in French: listening/ speaking/ writing/ reading) Objectives: -Count up to 12 Easter eggs+ describe the colours (pronounciation+ order 'noun+colour') -Describe the colour of the eggs looking at their position (1st, 2nd, 3rd...) and make full sentences (Le premier oeuf est rouge.) -Practice speaking in pairs asking 'De quelle couleur est le deuxième oeuf?' and answering 'il est jaune.' -Practice reading sentences and colouring eggs accordingly. - Practice listening to a description and colouring eggs accordingly. -Practice writing sentences to describe colourfull Easter eggs. -Say 'Happy Easter!' in French. I confirm that I have designed all the cliparts and everthing else. They are my own copyrights.