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.
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.
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!
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.