Double-sided worksheet on describing your house in French. They will use the following skills : reading, writing. Vocabulary : prepositions, rooms, places in town.
This resources can be added to my booklet on food and drink or used independently as long as vocab has already been introduced :) Covered in this worksheet : quantities ordering food at a restaurant (very basic)
Home Study Pack designed for school closure. This is S1/S2 level, it includes some grammar notes and should be easy for pupils to complete on their own without teacher input ! Covered in this booklet : School subjects Opinions Time Facilities Uniform Vocab pages
This is an escape game on the topic of school subjects and opinions. It probably takes about 5-7 minutes to complete, according to level of comfort with the topic :) I was told it works better on chrome than mozilla. If students do it from phone / tablet, they can move the screen around and zoom in/out to see the content better. I believe you can edit your own version as well if you want to change some of the phrasing or language !
French food diary with vocab, reading exercise, 2 simplified recipes and self evaluation.
Home Study Pack designed for school closure. This is S1/S2 level, it includes some grammar notes and should be easy for pupils to complete on their own without teacher input ! Covered in this booklet : Food and drinks Opinions Quantities Shops Vocab page
To help build the passé composé. How to use : Put your verb in the empty box, look at the tool box and take what you need (eg : ir verbs, take away the ir and replace with i) and for etre, use the second tool box for gender. Irregular verbs at the back. Laminate and re-use with all your classes
Draw your own football kit template + some info / vocab about Italian football. I’m not an expert but inherited someone’s personal choice’s class and had to improvise. Feel free to use, reuse and adapt !
A single worksheet in French with 6 little codes to break, exploring Christmas vocabulary in French. Perfect if you’re tired of the traditional wordsearches and colouring ! Instructions (teacher guide) and answers are on page 2. I think this would suit most levels in secondary but would take longer with the younger ones. Hope your students enjoy it!
This can be done as homework or over some lessons in class - I have done it for online learning. It includes links to Quizlet sets to revise. It prepares pupils to take a quiz on the Onisep website :) I do most of my worksheets on ppt as it’s easier to manipulate, it is not a presentation but a worksheet! I’ve also included PDF version in case the layout tries to bail on you :)
This unit of work was designed for an end of year project for National 4 pupils. It includes some activities that are not so focused on languages. Through this unit, pupils will discover the different main characters of the comics and their traits of personality. They also look at Belgium and some facts about the country. Toward the end, they will get to stage a picture from the comic (laughs guaranteed) and create a display board to promote languages and French speaking countries for your department. Finally, they will watch the film ‘Les Aventures de Tintin - Le Secret de la Licorne’ if you want to tie in the project nicely. You can also choose to show the TV series episodes instead. The lessons are the following: Lesson 1: discover characters (fully in French), and answer questions. Lesson 2: Look at the film trailer and ‘costumes’, revisit clothing items. Lesson 3: Research task on Belgium, Ipads or computers required. Lesson 4 and 5: Create props for Tintin challenge and take picture. Lesson 6 and 7: Create display board Lesson 8,9,10: Watch the film ‘Les Aventures de Tintin’ EDIT: I added PDF versions as well, in case the layout gets too messed up when you download. Fully editable material remains available :) Slides should have teacher’s notes in the Note section of the main presentation, however, I’m not the best at explaining so if you have any questions, get in touch! :)