A video recording of a lesson on the weather in French for learners to study independently. There is a worksheet to complete after studying the video. It is a potted version of how I would teach the lesson in class, adapted to let students respond to it in their own space at home. The video is MP4 format, suitable for many online learning platforms.
A lesson with audio to help with pronunciation of some key phrases to describe the way we are currently learning from home. Matching, re-arranging and mastery learning exercises to promote interest and great learning in the language. May work with schools’ online learning platforms to support students at home.
A video narrated lesson, with audio gaps for students to practise the structures, about describing yourself. Accompanied by a worksheet to complete the lesson. Suitable for learning at home even when school is closed.
A second video lesson in the home school style, practising ordering ice cream in spoken French, with challenges to practise the language and a worksheet at the end to consolidate the learning. Part 3, which I have uploaded separately, further builds on this knowledge to take on also some past tenses.
A third and final video lesson on the topic of ice-cream. We move on from the basics to learn some past tense structures through a simple story. The language is learned through the “caught” rather than “taught” principle. Fun activities as standard.
A cross curricular lesson teaching foods from around the world in French and expressing what looks good and not, in French.
Suitable for ages 7 to 16.
Ultra-flexible, teacher and user-friendly material.
Learn French through this story about Suzanne. She plays in the football final and unfortunately gets a yellow card for fouling. The match ends in a draw. Learn French through phonics, translating, interpreting, cloze exercises, sequencing and ultimately presenting the story.
A lesson to start learning French which I have used with year one and two and which can be adapted to suit practically any year group. Flashcards can be made from the pictures in the slides to practise the language through games. Once the phrases are embedded. listen out for them in a song like the one I have set up a link to, and the children can identify which are mentioned, and which are not.