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My resources are clear and easy to use. They will motivate students and support them in their journey to becoming independent linguists!
OUSTANDING Lesson - Past Tense - Imparfait vs Passé Composé - Grammar - French - AFL

OUSTANDING Lesson - Past Tense - Imparfait vs Passé Composé - Grammar - French - AFL

This lesson was observed by SLT and rated OUTSTANDING - It teaches the difference between the 2 Past Tenses in English first - Students will be able to decide which Past Tense they need for difference situations - Students will be able to recognise the 2 Past Tenses in French - Students will be able to use a dictionary to form the 2 Past Tenses in French. - Students will be able to translate a story. - Lesson is differentiated for students of different abilities - Great level of challenge - Highly relevant to literacy - AFL throughout to assess progress and understanding
cthomas1983
OUTSTANDING Lesson - Future/Near Future/Conditional - Grammar - French - AFL

OUTSTANDING Lesson - Future/Near Future/Conditional - Grammar - French - AFL

No more "Je testament habiter en France" or "Miss/Sir, I can't find would in the dictionary!" or "Je suis aller manger au restaurant". - This lesson was graded OUTSTANDING in a recent observation - Use of relevant AQA vocab (new spec) - Use of AFL - Teaches grammar through understanding English literacy first - Excellent way to differentiate throughout - Assess pupil progress - Encourage student independence
cthomas1983
GCSE Spanish Speaking Exam Pack

GCSE Spanish Speaking Exam Pack

This is a complete Speaking Pack for GCSE Spanish. The main presentation included in the pack has hyperlinks to allow you to easily navigate the menus and switch between candidate, teacher and example cards. It will guide both teachers and students through all parts of the new speaking exam. Easy to follow marking grids for all aspects of the speaking exam for both foundation and higher tiers Top tips for Role-Plays, Photo Cards and General Conversations Example Student cards Example Teacher cards Example scripts for Role-Plays Printable Student and Teacher Cards Printable marking grids for student feedback Printable worksheet for Top Tips This is the one-stop resource for seeing your students through this vital element of their Spanish GCSE. (DESIGNED FOR AQA. Could also be used for EdExcel GCSE Spanish, but will need some adapting for the marking sheets)
cthomas1983
Pointless GCSE Spanish Vocabulary Game

Pointless GCSE Spanish Vocabulary Game

Designed for GCSE. Can be used as a starter, revision, introduction to a topic, plenary, motivator and lots more. Gets the whole class involved and keeps them engaged. <br /> <br /> This is a fully interactive game which incorporates lots of GCSE Spanish vocabulary and cultural knowledge. <br /> <br /> click on the box to launch the pointless animation <br /> the slide will automatically go back to the previous screen<br /> reveal the answers by clicking on the points circles<br /> show an incorrect 100 points screen by clicking the background<br /> play in teams for a fun revision activity<br /> great for starters to motivate the students
cthomas1983
Les pays (en or au)

Les pays (en or au)

This is a lesson which will be suitable for KS3 (year 8). Praticing the difference between au and en prepositions.
cthomas1983
Wipeout style game - Infinitives

Wipeout style game - Infinitives

This game is fully interactive and teaches how to recognise an infinitive - can be changed to teach other things too! Remember the old gameshow hosted by Paul Daniels???
cthomas1983
French Tenses - Bullet Journal Style

French Tenses - Bullet Journal Style

This visual will give your students a handy reminder of the main French Tenses: infinitive, present, perfect, imperfect, near future, simple future and conditional. It also has a tense tracker for them to shade in every time they use the tense correctly. I hope you love it as much as I do! Caroline xx
cthomas1983
OUSTANDING Lesson - Past Tense - Imparfait vs Passé Composé - Grammar - French - AFL

OUSTANDING Lesson - Past Tense - Imparfait vs Passé Composé - Grammar - French - AFL

This lesson was observed by SLT and rated OUTSTANDING - It teaches the difference between the 2 Past Tenses in English first - Students will be able to decide which Past Tense they need for difference situations - Students will be able to recognise the 2 Past Tenses in French - Students will be able to use a dictionary to form the 2 Past Tenses in French. - Students will be able to translate a story. - Lesson is differentiated for students of different abilities - Great level of challenge - Highly relevant to literacy - AFL throughout to assess progress and understanding
cthomas1983
OUTSTANDING Lesson - Future/Near Future/Conditional - Grammar - French - AFL

OUTSTANDING Lesson - Future/Near Future/Conditional - Grammar - French - AFL

No more "Je testament habiter en France" or "Miss/Sir, I can't find would in the dictionary!" or "Je suis aller manger au restaurant". - This lesson was graded OUTSTANDING in a recent observation - Use of relevant AQA vocab (new spec) - Use of AFL - Teaches grammar through understanding English literacy first - Excellent way to differentiate throughout - Assess pupil progress - Encourage student independence
cthomas1983