Versatile peer assessment grid for KS3 or GCSE. Can be used with any roleplay. Pupils rehearse in groups of 2 then perform to another pair. Observing pupils use this grid to give their peers a score out of 10. Simple to use and has received a positive response from pupils every time.
I give these to my KS3 pupils after they have completed a written assessment then they stick it in their books beside the test. It's a nice way for them to learn from each other and they are motivated by the fact that it looks like a postcard!
My Year 9s are highly motivated by learning French translations of English songs. This is great for learning about the imperfect tense. I've written down the lyrics from a French cover of 7 years old by Pierre Croce (see link below). The resource can later be used for eliciting the imperfect tense endings.
Aujourd'hui j'ai appris - I found that very often pupils don't have anything to take away with them when they have a computer lesson. For every row they complete they get a Vivo or other school reward point. They write the French and English for the new term they have learned in the box. Useful with Quizlet or Linguascope.