Perfect as a follow-up homework or class work once you’ve introduced the near future, this worksheet has three comprehensive activities which really engage students in their learning: exercises include translation, jumbled-up sentences, colour-coding, time markers, and writing. Ideal for beginners , this worksheet also allows your more gifted students to use complex sentences in their writing.
Suitable for both KS3 and KS4 students, this is a great Christmas pack to get your pupils working on Christmas in France.
Activities include: Vocabulary searches, translation, looking words up and drawing them, reading about French Christmas, and puzzles.
This activity pack will easily last a whole lesson and students will tick the cultural box needed for GCSEs.
Bonus - includes a list of Christmas presents with extra ideas on to make full use of the document
ALL ANSWERS provided on last page
This is NOT an explanation of the passe compose, but a double worksheet for your studens to practise the perfect tense with avoir and etre auxiliaries. Also includes some irregular past participles, translation, and thinking skills. Ideal to practise in class or as a homework.
Past tense, perfect tense, for higher ability Y9 or KS4, may be useful in Y12 as a reminder when revising past tenses.
“N’arrête pas de croire, accroche-toi aux sentiments”…if you can do some basic French to English translation, then you will know which song those lyrics belong to! (but just to make sure, it was Journey with Don’t stop believing)
Another fun, musical activity for your older or gifted and talented pupils to get their teeth stuck in and test not only their translation skills but also their musical knowledge!!
There are 20 famous song lyrics to translate, decipher and recognise. It’s always been a hit with my classes, and I hope your students will love it too.
(Answers included on the second page)
quiz, songs, music, translation, tenses, pop culture, pop, fun, gifted, end of term, intro to music, lyrics
Culture based worksheet to teach and/or reinforce the autumn season and holiday topic - SOLID BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE.
This is a whole lesson’s worth of resources which will easily keep your students going for a couple of hours - maybe even with homework if they need more time to finish the writing task.
La Toussaint is a series of exercises to teach all the necessary vocabulary for this time of year, from chataigne right through to feux d’artifice. Included: translation, pair task, research skills, reading and writing (there is even a short selection of songs to listen to!).
This is an all-rounder, hope you like it!
Document written by a native French, with all answers provided.
holidays, half term, lifestyle, culture, october, autumn, automne, fall, preferences, translation, writing skills, Toussaint
All your Christmas needs in one place!
This bundle caters for all your class needs from beginners to advanced levels (KS3 to KS5).
Includes a range of resources: a cultural text about a typical French Christmas, vocabulary activities, word searches, sentence builders, pros and cons of Christmas, two levels of New Year Resolutions, as well as a list of resolutions, ideas for presents, and a higher level text with exercises on eco-friendly Christmas.
Bonus - a list of French Christmas songs (with Youtube links) to listen to as you work.
Written by a native, answers included.
Perfect to reinforce, revise, or review three time frames for your KS3 classes. Enclosed in this comprehensive worksheet pack: tables, exercises, exam tips, games and translations. Get your students thinking about their verb endings, irregular verbs, past and near future tenses.
You could mix and match and only use the first two sheets for a Year 7 class, or offer all to a struggling KS4 pupil to help revise simple tenses.
Ideal for Year 10 (intermediate students) to revise town description and introduce town problems and solutions using “on doit” and “il faut” . A series of 7 incrementally more challenging exercises and a final writing prompt, this resource is a must have for the topic of town/local area.
Written by a native speaker, with ALL ANSWERS provided.
This cultural pack is ideal to set work for students to do remotely and/or as extension.
You will find some of my top-selling resources such as the Christmas activities and of course, the French culture quizz.
Your students will gain a much better understanding of the main French celebrations.
Each worksheet or activity is full of games, reading tasks and writing prompts. Put together this is hours of French learning, or you could just select a few worksheets to target your needs. Included in the pack is:
French calendar explanation and mini activities
new year resolutions for KS3 and KS4
Almost all worksheets come with answers. Perfect for beginners to intermediate. Perfect to set work remotely.
Need an easy lesson for January?
This beginner to intermediate worksheet is perfect for your classes up to Key Stage 4. All they need is basic knowledge of the immediate future.
You get a variety of exercises mixing reading, translation, writing, not to forget the all-important cultural notes.
This will keep any group busy for a whole lesson, or provide a couple of easy homework tasks
ALL ANSWERS PROVIDED
Ideal as an end of term treat for your secondary classes, this French culture quiz covers several topics from sport to geography among others. There are 30 questions altogether, all in English. Some of the quiz may be challenging for KS3 but will work perfectly for Years 10 to 13. Answers provided in the last page.
40 sentences to translate from French to English, with suggested answers provided at the end. This is an ideal introduction to KS4 for your Y9s who will be continuing with French next year, or used as a revision tool during KS4.
Most sentences are in the present tense and focus on vocabulary. They are organised into four main topics or strands: socialising, town and community, making choices and travelling abroad.
You need this resource! With over 20 pages of verb-based exercises, this comprehensive booklet covers the present, future, two past tenses (passé composé and imparfait) and the conditional mood. For each tense, you will find an explanation, tables with endings, irregular verbs and exceptions, followed by gap fill exercises and extension translation work for each tense.
This booklet is ideal for KS4 but could easily be introduced in Y9 too. I also always ask my students to translate the 100+ sentences in the gap-fill tasks. Perfect companion to the GCSE course!
grammar, paradigms, conjugate, past, present, future, imperfect, booklet, translation, practice
5 different activities to introduce your beginners to well-being in French. The activities revolve around vocabulary and should last a whole lesson or provide ample work for a couple of homework tasks.
This is a perfect worksheet to get your students thinking in French about their lifestyle and what makes them happy / how they relax.
All answers provided on the last sheet.
Vocabulary, reading, translating and writing practice for GCSE family unit (ideal for Studio Edexcel module 1 and/or AQA theme 1, topic 1)
Worksheets with a variety of fun, engaging exercises, including guess the family member, good expressions for talking about relationships, a cryptogram to decipher, translations,and a cheeky reading activity about the William and Harry divide.
There is plenty here to keep students busy for a few homeworks, or at least a double lesson. This is a great resource pack to reinforce / wrap up / recycle the topic of family.
ALL ANSWERS PROVIDED ON LAST PAGE.
ALL WRITTEN BY A NATIVE FRENCH.
If you are a newly appointed EAL or ESL coordinator, or if you have already held a post for some time but need a fresh approach to welcoming and settling new pupils, this three-step guide is full of practical tips that will make your life, and that of your new pupils much easier.
three levels of difficulty, each time mixing passe compose and imparfait
1. regular endings with avoir auxiliary
2. irregular past participles
3. etre auxiliary verbs
Same format for each worksheet, so your students become more confident and secure in their learning (you could even use them with different year groups)
final worksheet is a writing exercise that will challenge students to use both tenses together, with a bank of time markers and linking words to help.
this is the perfect bundle to help students understand the (sometimes elusive) difference between perfect and imperfect.
Two amazing resources included!! The ultimate TIME SAVER
A student-friendly booklet contains all of the 80 questions ** suggested by Edexcel in the back of their Studio Higher textbook. It is colour-coded **to each unit and each question is translated into English. Pupils fill in their answers as they go through the course. It will save you a lot of time typing typical questions for each unit. Students keep their copy for 2 years, helps build up their confidence in the course.
A comprehensive example of 80 answers to all the 80 questions, again aimed at higher level. Written in detail by a native (that’s me!) and including higher level vocabulary, tenses and expressions. All colour-coded to each unit.
That’s 80 questions with blanks, and 80 detailed answers. Two documents that will save you a lot of time.
You can use the answers as translations activities, mix-and match, verb searches etc. Endless possibilities.