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GCSE French exam rubrics for 1-9
emilytyler1

GCSE French exam rubrics for 1-9

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AQA's exam rubrics turned into a gap-fill task. All missing English is below the table to be filled in. Students must use logic to work out the meanings for the French instructions.
French Present tense - listening (Sara'h - Shape of you song)
emilytyler1

French Present tense - listening (Sara'h - Shape of you song)

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French version of Ed Sheeran's song done as a gap-fill listening activity. All missing words are examples of the Present tense, which I am about to revise with my Year 10 group. All missing words in a box at the end of the activity so pupils can cross off once they've used one. Lyric video on youtube so teachers can get answers from that.
French reflexive verbs
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French reflexive verbs

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A help sheet with an activity. One full verb table containing subject and reflexive pronouns and the present tense of a verb. Then a partially completed table for the pupils to fill in. An extension task is also written at the bottom of the sheet.
French song gap-fills (listening activities - vocabulary, (near) future tense, perfect tense...)
emilytyler1

French song gap-fills (listening activities - vocabulary, (near) future tense, perfect tense...)

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5 songs: gap-fill activities for French songs to be done as listening activities. All missing words are in alphabetical order in the boxes on the sheets. 1.) Sara'h - Cheap Thrills. (French version of Sia's song). (Could be used to practise reflexive verbs for the topic of daily routine etc.) 2.) BB Brunes - Coups et blessures (body parts/aches and pains). 3.) Maitre Gims - Tu vas me manquer (near future tense). 4.) Soprano - Le diable s'habille plus en Prada (perfect tense). 5.) Black M - Sur ma route (prepositions). I hope you find them useful :)
French conjugation card game - aller, faire, jouer, aimer
emilytyler1

French conjugation card game - aller, faire, jouer, aimer

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This is a card game based on the game uno, but instead of matching up colours, the aim is to match up verb conjugations. I will use this with Year 8 when we are doing the topic of hobbies and leisure. Students start with 7 cards. The rest are in the middle. They either have to match up conjugations from the same verb (e.g. je vais, tu vas) or the same person (e.g. je vais could be placed on top of j'aime because they both take the 'je' form). There are also my versions of the +2, +4 and change direction cards used in uno. If they cannot use any of the cards in their hands, students must pick up a card from the pile in the middle. It has taken me several hours to prepare, hence the small fee!
Card game based on conjugating avoir, etre, faire and aller in present, imperfect and future
emilytyler1

Card game based on conjugating avoir, etre, faire and aller in present, imperfect and future

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This is a card game based on the game uno, but instead of matching up colours, the aim is to match up verb conjugations. I will use this with Year 10 to revise KS3 grammar work. Students start with 7 cards. The rest are in the middle. They either have to match up conjugations from the same verb (e.g. j'ai, j'avais) or the same person (e.g. j'ai could be placed on top of je fais because they both take the 'je' form). There are also my versions of the +2, +4 and change direction cards used in uno. If they cannot use any of the cards in their hands, students must pick up a card from the pile in the middle.
French displays - connectives and tenses time markers
emilytyler1

French displays - connectives and tenses time markers

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2 French displays: 1.) A colour coded arrow with past, present and future vocabulary to hang from it. (I laminated and hole punched it so that I had the arrow along the top of the wall and attached the vocab with string). The vocabulary is colour coded to go with the arrow (i.e. past tense part of the arrow is red any any past tense time markers are also in red). 2.) Connectives display with key words in jigsaw puzzles. (To save on colour printing, I printed these off onto coloured pieces of paper and then laminated them).
GCSE French Speaking questions
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GCSE French Speaking questions

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Created some questions to give to my GCSE French pupils but some of their answers didn't quite work with the question, so I adapted it and added the English translations for the questions.
French vocabulary - home and local area/furniture
emilytyler1

French vocabulary - home and local area/furniture

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If the layout has gone funny, go to layout and word and change the margins to narrow (it's currently set to that to fit everything on 1 page) 1.) Vocabulary where you live: an A4 vocabulary grid with locations and rooms of the house. Pupils fill in the English translations. 2.) Furniture vocabulary: 2 A5 grids per page. Pupils match up with English translations (which are at the bottom of the sheet) and fill in the grid. 3.) Furniture A and B reading: pair work - cut page in half and each person has one half. Person A reads their text and person B fills in the gaps (missing words in the box). Then swap roles so person B reads and person A fills in the gaps.
French conjugation card game (Year 7 - commencer, finir, apprendre, avoir)
emilytyler1

French conjugation card game (Year 7 - commencer, finir, apprendre, avoir)

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This is a card game based on the game uno, but instead of matching up colours, the aim is to match up verb conjugations. I will use this with Year 7 when we are doing the topic of school. Students start with 7 cards. The rest are in the middle. They either have to match up conjugations from the same verb (e.g. je commence, tu commences) or the same person (e.g. j'ai could be placed on top of je commence because they both take the 'je' form). There are also my versions of the +2, +4 and change direction cards used in uno. If they cannot use any of the cards in their hands, students must pick up a card from the pile in the middle.