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Hi, I'm an MFL teacher from Dorset and have been teaching French in secondary schools for 27 years, including as Curriculum Leader. Please leave review if you are happy with your purchase, or email me (Charlie01042000@gmail.com) and I will be happy to resolve any problems.

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Hi, I'm an MFL teacher from Dorset and have been teaching French in secondary schools for 27 years, including as Curriculum Leader. Please leave review if you are happy with your purchase, or email me (Charlie01042000@gmail.com) and I will be happy to resolve any problems.
Bumper French Holidays Wordsearch
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Bumper French Holidays Wordsearch

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Bumper French holidays-themed wordsearch containing 30 words. Then find the hidden message using the remaining letters. Perfect as a starter to revise key vocabulary or for the end of term!
Edexcel GCSE French Speaking Questions and Model Answers
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Edexcel GCSE French Speaking Questions and Model Answers

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A bank of questions for the Edexcel Speaking exam conversation element. Questions are organised by theme into one handy booklet. Each question has a model answer to support less able students and space for students to prepare their own response in the target language. Ideal for students to keep all their speaking exam preparation in one place!
Studio GCSE French Mod 2 "One Pen One Dice"
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Studio GCSE French Mod 2 "One Pen One Dice"

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A selection of “One Pen One Dice” activities for GCSE Studio French Module 2 Students take it in turns to roll the dice. The first person who rolls a 6 takes the pen and starts translating. Player 2 rolls the dice until they roll a 6 and says “C’est à moi” (It’s my turn!) This player has now won the pen and can start translating. Player 1 has the dice and needs a 6 to steal the pen. The winner is the first person to correctly translate all the sentences. NB: To make this activity “COVID-safe”, students should have a dice each and use their own pen. This pack includes 4 separate activities covering the following topic areas from Module 2: Talking about sport Talking about technology Talking about reading Talking about tv programmes What I did last weekend
Studio GCSE French Mod 4 "One Pen One Dice"
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Studio GCSE French Mod 4 "One Pen One Dice"

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A selection of “One Pen One Dice” activities for GCSE Studio French Module 4 Students take it in turns to roll the dice. The first person who rolls a 6 takes the pen and starts translating. Player 2 rolls the dice until they roll a 6 and says “C’est à moi” (It’s my turn!) This player has now won the pen and can start translating. Player 1 has the dice and needs a 6 to steal the pen. The winner is the first person to correctly translate all the sentences. NB: To make this activity “COVID-safe”, students should have a dice each and use their own pen. This pack includes 4 separate activities covering the following topic areas from Module 4: Describing my region Tourist information Talking about plans and the weather Describing my town
L'Épiphanie - La Fête des Rois Worksheet with Answers
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L'Épiphanie - La Fête des Rois Worksheet with Answers

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Are you looking to add cultural capital for your students while working remotely? This worksheet features a text and 5 comprehension exercises to help students understand how la Fête des Rois (La Fête de l’Épihanie) is celebrated in France. Tasks included: a) Find the French from the text (words are highlighted in red in the text - highlights could be removed to easily differentiate for more able students. b) Complete the sentences in French with a phrase highlighted in pink in the text - highlights could be removed to easily differentiate for more able students. c) Complete the statement in French choosing from 3 possible phrases. d) True / False / Not Mentioned exercise (statements in French) e) Identify the 10 (factual) mistakes in the English translation of the French text. Answers sheet included to enable students to self-mark, reducing teacher workload. As well as a stand-alone task, this worksheet would be the ideal introduction for students to produce their own powerpoint explaining how L’Épiphanie is celebrated, or to being asked to prepare their own galette whilst at home!
French Parts of the Body Spin the Wheel
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French Parts of the Body Spin the Wheel

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A fun, quick and easy way to incorporate vocabulary retrieval into your lessons, whether face to face or remotely. Spin the wheel to select a word or phrase for students to translate. Choose from French to English or English to French. Introduce an element of competition by dividing your group into teams or play remotely individually by asking students to type answers into the chat box. The ideal no-prep starter or plenary to ensure that your students are continually refreshing their vocabulary knowledge! Vocabulary Included: la tête / head les cheveux / hair les yeux / eyes un oeil / an eye le front / forehead le nez / nose les joues / cheeks la bouche / mouth les lèvres / lips le menton / chin le cou / neck la gorge / throat l’épaule / shoulder le bras / arm la main / hand le doigt / finger le ventre / stomach la jambe / leg le genou / knee le pied / foot
Studio GCSE French Mod 7 Resources Bundle
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Studio GCSE French Mod 7 Resources Bundle

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Bundle includes: • One Pen One Dice activities for each separate unit of the module(could be used as a supported translation exercise for students working from home) • Foundation Tangled Translation activities for each separate unit of the module • Higher Tangled Translation activities for each separate unit of the module • 2 x Retrieval Tasks for each separate unit of the module (including Point de Départ pages) All resources can be used in class or by students working remotely at home For detailed information about each type of activity included, please see separate item listings in my shop
Studio GCSE French Mod 4 Resources Bundle
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Studio GCSE French Mod 4 Resources Bundle

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Bundle includes: • One Pen One Dice activities for each separate unit of the module • Foundation Tangled Translation activities for each separate unit of the module • Higher Tangled Translation activities for each separate unit of the module • 2 x Retrieval Tasks for each separate unit of the module (including Point de Départ pages) For detailed information about each type of activity included, please see separate item listings in my shop
Studio GCSE French Mod 7 Retrieval Activities
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Studio GCSE French Mod 7 Retrieval Activities

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A selection of “Retrieval Activities” based around GCSE Studio French Module 7 For each 2 page spread in the chapter (including Point de Départ pages), there are 2 powerpoint slides which can be used to help students recap previously learned vocabulary and structures: a) “Cinq par Jour” - a selection of 5 questions ranging from single word / short phrase translation to an open ended question for students to answer in French b) A retrieval grid of 16 items for students to translate. Items are colour-coded and worth between 1 and 4 points depending on difficulty. An easy way to measure progress over time and incorporate an element of competition into lessons. Ideal as no-prep starters or a “refresh your memory” interval in a double lesson! Could also be used as a revision tool for students working remotely!
Dynamo 2 Module 4 Tangled Translations
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Dynamo 2 Module 4 Tangled Translations

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A selection of Tangled Translations for Dynamo 2 French Module 4 For each topic, a paragraph is provided in a mixture of French and English which students must “untangle” into both languages. This pack includes 6 worksheets covering the following topic areas from Module 4: Talking about where you live Describing the region where you live Talking about household chores Talking about daily routine Talking about moving house Using 3 tenses to describe a region
Studio GCSE French Mod 6 One Pen One Dice
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Studio GCSE French Mod 6 One Pen One Dice

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A selection of “One Pen One Dice” activities for GCSE Studio French Module 6 Students take it in turns to roll the dice. The first person who rolls a 6 takes the pen and starts translating. Player 2 rolls the dice until they roll a 6 and says “C’est à moi” (It’s my turn!) This player has now won the pen and can start translating. Player 1 has the dice and needs a 6 to steal the pen. The winner is the first person to correctly translate all the sentences. NB: To make this activity “COVID-safe”, students should have a dice each and use their own pen. This pack includes 6 separate activities covering the following topic areas from Module 6: Opinions of school subjects and facilities Describing school Talking about school rules Describing uniform Talking about school activities Talking about successes at school
GCSE Studio French Module 1 Sentence Auction
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GCSE Studio French Module 1 Sentence Auction

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Do your students need help to read texts more carefully? Or to proofread their own work and spot their mistakes? Why not combine these skills with revision of previously covered material by using this sentence auction task? Students start with 100 points. They will be shown a sentence in French with an English translation. They must decide if the translation is correct or incorrect. Students bid points according to how certain they are of their decision. For example they could bid 100 points that the translation is correct, or 50 points that it is incorrect. Each of the 15 question slides contains 6 built-in timers so the teacher can decide how long the students have in order to place their bids. If students guess correctly, they win double the points that they have bid. If they are wrong, the points are lost. The winner is the person with most points at the end. This powerpoint includes 15 slides covering topics from GCSE Studio French Module 1
GCSE Studio French Module 6 Sentence Auction
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GCSE Studio French Module 6 Sentence Auction

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Do your students need help to read texts more carefully? Or to proofread their own work and spot their mistakes? Why not combine these skills with revision of previously covered material by using this sentence auction task? Students start with 100 points. They will be shown a sentence in French with an English translation. They must decide if the translation is correct or incorrect. Students bid points according to how certain they are of their decision. For example they could bid 100 points that the translation is correct, or 50 points that it is incorrect. Each of the question slides contains 6 built-in timers so the teacher can decide how long the students have in order to place their bids. If students guess correctly, they win double the points that they have bid. If they are wrong, the points are lost. The winner is the person with most points at the end. This powerpoint includes 20 slides covering topics from GCSE Studio French Module 6.
Mardi Gras Masks
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Mardi Gras Masks

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Looking for something for your students to do away from the screen? Why not try these Mardi Gras masks? 10 templates to colour in and decorate, with instructions in French.
Dynamo 3 Module 5 Tangled Translations
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Dynamo 3 Module 5 Tangled Translations

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A selection of Tangled Translations for Dynamo 3 French Module 5 For each topic, sentences are provided in a mixture of French and English which students must “untangle” into both languages. This pack includes 8 worksheets covering the following topic areas from Module 5: Talking about what countries you would like to visit Describing impressive places Talking about holiday activities Talking about French-speaking countries Describing people and what they do Talking about future plans Talking about a past trip Talking about a French-speaking star Ideal as a no-prep starter or as a home-learning translation exercise which makes it more difficult for students to use internet translators!
Dynamo 2 Module 3 Tangled Translations
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Dynamo 2 Module 3 Tangled Translations

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A selection of Tangled Translations for Dynamo 2 French Module 3 For each topic, a paragraph is provided in a mixture of French and English which students must “untangle” into both languages. This pack includes 6 worksheets covering the following topic areas from Module 3: Talking about celebrities and tv programmes Talking about digital technology Arranging to go to the cinema Talking about leisure activities (using negatives) Talking about a shopping trip Using three tenses
GCSE Studio French Module 3 Grid Translations
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GCSE Studio French Module 3 Grid Translations

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A selection of Grid Translations for GCSE Studio French Module 3. There is one worksheet for each double page spread in the module. Sentences are provided to translate from English into French. Students must use 5 French phrases from the grid to successfully translate each sentence. This file includes 2 versions of each worksheet. The first version has a colour-coded grid to support weaker students. For the more able, the second version has a plain grid without colour-coding. The following topics are covered: Talking about food and meals Discussing clothes and what to wear Describing your daily life Shopping for clothes Describing festivals and traditions Talking about shopping for a special meal Describing family celebrations