An interactive PPt presentation outlining the formation of the perfect tense in French. The PDF document has a matching paper version of the presentation together with lots of practice so students become adept at the formation of the perfect tense.
A booklet with the following content Avoir expression Après avoir + PP Après être + PP Après s’être + PP Verb taking à + INF [x2] Verb taking de + INF [x2] Venir de + INF—present tense Venir de + INF—imperfect tense Ne…pas Ne jamais Ne…rien Other negatives Comparisons Alternative way of saying très connectives adverbs Opinions Plus 3 pages of perfect tense practice, avoir /etre / reflexives
A PowerPoint presentation to present the formation of the future tenses. The last 4 slides have exercises and answers. The accompanying worksheet matches the exercises on the PowerPoint. I have also supplied a 'desk version' of the flowchart so that students can work through the formation independently.
In my experience the use of ‘on’ is often overlooked. The understanding of how it is used and translated is important for higher level students and certainly for those who wish to take French at A Level. This PowerPoint offers a structured approach to developing an understanding of how ‘on’ is used.
Revision for GCSE French. This presentation will take pupils through Grade boundaries (AQA 2015) Reading strategies Some examiner comments - from reports Some commonly forgotten vocabulary Synonyms False friends Negatives Some task types - from AQA
A series of worksheets to use either before, on or after a trip to France. Pages are not numbered so you can choose those which you think are suitable. Cross-curricular. Topics include, Drama, Citizenship, Art, English, IT, Science, PE, history, Geography and Maths. Easily adaptable. Most of it can be done on a coach. It should also generate a lot of discussion. Avoid making the trip be remembered or defined as a worksheet completing day!
An interactive PPt presentation outlining the formation of the present tense in French. The PDF document has a matching paper version of the presentation together with lots of practice so students become adept at the formation of the present tense.
My aim is that you can download this PowerPoint, spent about 15 minutes checking it and making decisions about how you will use it and then be able to teach to the objectives without having to do much additional preparation. This resource / lesson plan should take 2-4 (possibly more) lessons to deliver depending on the class. I've added the ?question part of the AQA specimen role play cards for additional practice. All aspects of question formation, especially all question words, are not dealt with. You will need to decide how far you want to go with other question words. I have kept formatting to a minimum. You should not have to print anything, though it may be helpful to print the initial list of statements. You may also wish to print the list of questions for translation at the end. Pupils are not required to cut and paste , sort cards or do anything like that. You make the decision to introduce cutting / pasting activities if you want. You are free to take this skeleton and make the activities more engaging through the introduction of competition, quizzes etc. Use your skill and judgement. Each section is preceded by a part of a lesson plan so you and students know exactly what is meant to be learned. You can choose to show these slides or not.
Presentation and practice of the following avoir expressions: avoir . . . ans avoir de la chance avoir chaud avoir faim avoir froid avoir peur avoir raison avoir soif avoir sommeil avoir tort avoir l’air avoir besoin de avoir envie de avoir l’intention de avoir l’habitude de avoir mal Avoir lieu Marre (en avoir)