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Paris Virtual Visit
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Paris Virtual Visit

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Are you ready to explore Paris in this Virtual Field Trip? This resource includes videos, 3D visits, challenges and puzzles so your students can feel like they have been to Paris without actually having to leave the classroom. Students will visit Paris via PowerPoint. Their journey begins at the airport where they have to search clues to make it to the correct gate and board the plane. A video shows the plane take off and land before they find themselves in their hotel room with a view of the Eiffel Tower. From here they click on the four landmarks which takes them to a new slide with a choice of four varied and interactive activities. From videos, puzzles to fact sheets there is so much for them to do. The PowerPoint is easy to navigate with clear instructions and buttons directing them from one activity to the next and then back to the hotel room. At the end of the visit there is a certificate which they can add a text box with their own name before saving the slide or printing it off as a certificate. If you get a chance to leave feedback please do so, it really does mean a lot both to me and future buyers. Thank you and bon voyage!
French Film Review Sheet and PowerPoint
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French Film Review Sheet and PowerPoint

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A great sheet to use in the last week of term to give the pupils something focused to do when you pop on a French film. For those who aren’t entirely engrossed they can answer the questions, add some doodles and decorate or colour the sheet. It gives a really educational focus to the film lesson (regardless of whether or not it is a TL film). Also included is a film genres PPT. If you are using it as part of your media module there are general questions about film and cinema and specific film review questions. They are all accessible and if you would like to add more complex/advanced questions there is a blank template for you to simply add a text boxes with more age/stage appropriate questions.
French Paques Easter PowerPoint
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French Paques Easter PowerPoint

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Introduce and practise French Easter vocabulary with this PowerPoint. Includes; Vocabulary slides Qu’est-ce que c’est game Flying words game Qu’est-ce qui manque game Listening grid with audio Reading activity - unscramble the sentence Writing activity - describe the pictures Noughts and Crosses Please see co-ordinating activities or consider saving money by purchasing my Easter Bundle
French Christmas Cards to colour
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French Christmas Cards to colour

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3 Christmas Card Designs (Christmas tree, Father Christmas and Mrs Christmas, Rudolph) Pupils colour the picture according to the instructions. I have included colour background and black and white version to save on printing. Simply print, pupils fold in half, write a message inside (suggestions provided).
French PowerPoint: At the cafe
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French PowerPoint: At the cafe

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A presentation to introduce and practise vocabulary needed to order food in a cafe. Includes food and drink nouns, word games, a listening grid, speaking activities. Vocabulary needed to order food. Comic strip and noughts and crosses game and one page learning mat.
French Fashion Design your own tshirt
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French Fashion Design your own tshirt

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Anybody with a class with difficult girls needs to buy this resource. I created this especially for my bottom set year 9 girls and it worked. Silence. Engagement. Enthusiasm! You will not regret this purchase. It is full of up to date language describing clothes that our pupils actually wear; the pupils were amazed at the 'cool' vocab lists with words like 'high tops' and 'playsuit'. The final outcome is a written paragraph about the t-shirt they have designed. At your discretion how they balance their time between sketching and producing written language! Vocabulary taught: T-shirt style (sleeve length, neckline, fit) T-shirt look (colour, pattern, slogan) Clothes to go with the t-shirt Accessories to go with it Advice on how to achieve 'the look' (using imperatives) Includes consolidation activities and comprehension. Printable worksheet slide included
UPDATED SEP 2020! French 'Tout sur moi' All about me sheet End of Year or First Lesson Back activity
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UPDATED SEP 2020! French 'Tout sur moi' All about me sheet End of Year or First Lesson Back activity

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Great end of year activity especially for pupils who enjoy doodling and making things look pretty- this is surely a winner for a gel pen fan! It would also make a great first lesson 3 slides included Pre-populated poster with answers filled in. A version with questions written at the top of each box for pupils to respond to An empty version without the question so pupils have autonomy over content. This is also editable so you can amend the language according to your year group and topic. Simply add text boxes over the box and put your own question in. Two word mats are also included to support pupils with vocabulary they probably should know but maybe haven’t used since September/October and they want some kind of reference! These make great start of topic glossaries or learning homework sheets as well so print and use next year.
Extreme Sports French
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Extreme Sports French

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This PowerPoint introduces extreme sports, consolidates learning, develops pupil dialogue, tests comprehension and culminates in a written paragraph full of opinions about extreme sports with justification and a range of tenses. Slide 1. Extreme Sports Vocabulary Slide 2. Match up French to English. Slide 3. Categorising activity Slide 4. Simple Q&A with model answers Slide 5. Simple Opinions Slide 6. Advanced Opinions Slide 7. Categorise 'for' and 'against' opinions. Slide 8. Short comprehension. Slide 9. Sentence starters in a range of tenses. Slide 10. Teacher v. Class Battle Slide 11. SuperSentence writing frame Slide 12. Pupil dialogues with checklist Slide 13. Extension Activity/Homework Slide 14. Hyperlinks to websites of interest with notes for teachers.
French Board Game: Near Future Tense
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French Board Game: Near Future Tense

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2 versions of this Near Future Tense board game: Game 1 is all in the first person Je vais écouter, je vais danser etc. Game 2 is a range of pronouns Elle va manger, ils vont jouer etc. Answers for each version are included so pupils can assess each other and work completely independently of the teacher. Bright and attractive. Educational. Great for collaboration. A fun twist in revision. Good extension task- why not print them off and stick them in a plastic wallet on the wall for pupils to come and play when finished main activity. Minimal prep: If you forget to bring dice pupils can play with a coin: move forward 2 spaces for heads, 1 space for tails. They can use a tiny scrap of paper for a counter.
French Easter Bundle
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French Easter Bundle

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5 excellent resources - PowerPoint to introduce and practise Easter vocabulary with beautiful graphics - Colour by instruction Easter card to entertain pupils on last lesson (easy for you yet educational for them) - Board Game to reinforce learning and inject some competition onto the lesson - Paper puppet show activity and story Interactive quiz
French Comprehension  Daily Routine
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French Comprehension Daily Routine

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Reading Comprehension for the topic of Daily Routine. This resource comes with three levels of diffculty, each level comes with a French version and an English version. PDF version and PowerPoint included, The PowerPoint has editable text so you can tailor it to your student’s needs if needed.
2024 French New Year's Resolution Worksheet and PowerPoint
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2024 French New Year's Resolution Worksheet and PowerPoint

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Now Updated for 2024! If you have bought this previously, you can redownload it to get this year’s version. Simple PowerPoint with resolutions phrases and games to practise these phrases. Worksheets provides explanation and examples of French New Year’s resolutions and a chance to translate 8 sentences. There is a second sheet which gives them an opportunity to practise forming all the parts if the verb ‘aller’. Writing sheet with French prompts.
French Interactive Quiz: Food
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French Interactive Quiz: Food

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An interactive quiz to use as snappy starter, fun plenary or engaging revision tool. 12 French sentences about food, each has a multiple choice answer. If the pupils selects the correct answer hey are sent o a celebration page. If the wrong answer is selected they are sent to an 'oh no' page with a funny voice. The pupils love this quiz. There are other versions available in my TES shop. You could turn it into a game of noughts and crosses of connect 4 by drawing a quick 3x4 grid on the whiteboard and pupils compete to see which team can complete a row first by answering their chosen question correctly first time. Please consider leaving feedback- it helps other users make an informed decision and really means a huge amount to me!
French Presentation: Family la famille
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French Presentation: Family la famille

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Slides 1-8: Introduce and practise vocabulary. You could also print these slides off to use as flashcard games or wall displays. Slide 9: All family members on one slide to consolidate followed by intro of possessive pronouns. Slide 10: Reading. Short paragraph of Juliette describing who is in her family. You could follow this up with question to your pupils ‘qui est dans ta famille?’ Pupils use Juliette’s paragraph as a model. Slide 11 Family tree. You could use this for Q&A. eg. ‘Comment s’appelle le père de Juliette?’ ‘Il s’appelle David’. Slide 12. Extra vocabulary. Taking pupils beyond the immediate family to include aunts and uncles, step-sisters etc. I find that it is too long-winded to teach this in a ‘drilling’ fashion so I would go through it as it is displayed in a table on the IWB and then print off as a reference sheet- particularly useful for pupils with large families. Slide 13. ‘Les mots volants’ game. This is a chance for pupils to participate and let off a bit of steam. As the words ‘fly’ onto the board they shout them out in English. I love doing this as a whole class as it really builds confidence and enthusiasm but you could shout an individual’s name out in between words or use lollipop sticks to pick a different pupil each time. Slide 14. ‘Qu’est-ce qui manque?’ game. I usually ask pupils to identify the word that has disappeared and tell me both the French and Englsih equivalent. You could still play as a whole class by letting the group call out the French word as it disappears and you following up with ‘and what does it mean?’ Slide 15. ‘Qui suis-je?’ Reading comprehension with famous families. Answers appear on the click. Slide 16. Listening grid. This is very simple because most of us have access to excellent listening material but it just gives you a quick to chance to assess aural comprehension at word level. Grt pupils to writr 1-6 on mini whiteboards or in books and you choose six of the words to say, they write down the corresponding letter. You could always increase the level of challenge by including the word in a short sentence. Slide 17. Noughts and crosses. You could use this as an exit game or as refresher the following lesson. Choose two individuals or play boys v girls. Or teacher v class.
Perfect Tense Board Game
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Perfect Tense Board Game

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2 versions of this board game: Game 1 is all in the first person Game 2 is a range of pronouns Answers included. Bright and attractive. Educational. Great for collaboration. A fun twist in revision. Good extension task- why not print them off and stick them in a plastic wallet on the wall for pupils to come and play when finished main activity. Minimal prep: If you forget to bring dice pupils can play with a coin: move forward 2 spaces for heads, 1 space for tails. They can use a tiny scrap of paper for a counter.
French Board Game Christmas Noel
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French Board Game Christmas Noel

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40 Task Cards and game board. The task cards vary in difficulty from multiple choice to translations. This set is a Christmas theme and is an excellent follow up to my Christmas PowerPoint presentation. All you need is willing pupils with some spare coins for counters. You don't even need dice. I have used this myself and it is a great way to let the pupils loose and engage in something challenging and exciting. Add an element of competition and you are on to a winner! Teacher notes and answer key included.
French Bundle: Saying how you feel
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French Bundle: Saying how you feel

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An emoji themed bundle to reinforce the vocabulary for ‘saying how you feel’. Included is a video, a worksheet/craft and a quiz. I have also added in a couple of other resources that DO APPEAR in other bundles so if you are a regular purchaser you may already have them. I haven’t factored them into the price but included for those who might find them useful.
French GCSE Role Play: At the hotel Board Game
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French GCSE Role Play: At the hotel Board Game

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A board game to practice role play statements and questions for the topic of ‘at the hotel’. Great way to revise with Yr11s. All vocabulary needed for this game is available in the GCSE Role Play Booklet/PowerPoint https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-french-role-play-revision-booklet-at-the-hotel-11872725?theme=0 (see my TES shop or click link to purchase).
French Valentine's Game Part 1
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French Valentine's Game Part 1

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Part 1 is a freebie. You don't need the other parts to play but if you would like to purchase them they are available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/french-valentine-s-game-11829704?theme=1 A great 'speed dating' speaking activity. Distribute hearts to all pupils and put on some French music. They circulate the room asking 'comment t'appelles-tu?' until they find their matching pair eg. Tu es Barack Obama, trouve Michelle. Parts 2, 3 and 4 use the question 'ou habites-tu?' 'qu'est-ce que tu aimes manger? and 'qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire?' Great for getting the pupils speaking. A godd one off valentines lesson without having to teach them new vocab. Could even be good for KS4 to warm them up and develop confidence with familiar questions.