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Bonjour, I am a native French teacher working in England and I love my multicultural life...In my shop, you will find a selection of activities which will awaken the French side of your students...the activities are interactive, pleasant to use, fun, flexible... Full guidance and suggestions on how to use the ressources are provided. Come back regularly as more ressources for all levels are on the way... Enjoy the visit of my shop. Françoise Gibbison

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Bonjour, I am a native French teacher working in England and I love my multicultural life...In my shop, you will find a selection of activities which will awaken the French side of your students...the activities are interactive, pleasant to use, fun, flexible... Full guidance and suggestions on how to use the ressources are provided. Come back regularly as more ressources for all levels are on the way... Enjoy the visit of my shop. Françoise Gibbison
The perfect tense in French: regular verbs
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The perfect tense in French: regular verbs

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This lesson and its related files can be used to teach (A2) or revise (B1) the formation of the perfect tense in French. You can also use it to focus on some key time expressions used only in the past as well as others, used in the past and other tenses (interactive activity available in the presentation) The student worksheet summarises the lesson and provided some exercises with their correction (useful to give to absent students)
Physical description in French: students summary + games
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Physical description in French: students summary + games

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This ressource is aimed at students learning French. It contains a one page vocabulary summary for the students (family members, physical description, useful words) as well as a word search and other games to learn or revise. Memorisation can be enhanced if students put that sheet in front of them during the lesson. In my shop fgibbison you will also discover many other fun resources in French, English, German and Spanish. I would love to hear how you got on with this resource: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about healthy-unhealthy living
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about healthy-unhealthy living

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The 'healthy-unhealthy living' topics covered in this domino set are: food, sport, injuries, staying fit, alcohol, drugs, smoking, opinion, use of past, present, future and conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about free time
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about free time

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students and at those preparing the common entrance exam (languages). As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The free time topics covered with this domino set are: music, cinema, TV, eating out, sport, ideal week-end The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (6 maximum ideally) The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about where I live
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about where I live

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students and at those preparing the common entrance exam (languages). As it is all in English, it can be used for teaching any language. The 'where I live' topics covered in this domino set are: description of own region and town (building, location, activities...), weather, clothes, description of home and bedroom, ideal home, helping parents at home, routine in the morning and evening The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Tenses & Translations practice in French with Christmas topic
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Tenses & Translations practice in French with Christmas topic

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This progressive resource is aimed at students learning French at low and higher levels. It contains a list of regular and irregular verbs related to Christmas topic. The conjugation of irregular verbs and verbs with spelling changes is included. Students can refer to it when doing the activities. The tenses used in the exercices are: present, perfect, imperfect, future, conditional and pluperfect. Students can fill the gaps with just the tense you are studying. I have also included the answers in French as well as in English so that the resource can be used to practice translating (some notes were added to help doing just that). This resource allows me to check the progress of my students: Once they master the present, perfect, imperfect and future, I ask them to do the conditional and pluperfect tenses exercices. The game 'Translate and reveal the French expression' can be used as homework or pair work (all tenses are needed except the pluperfect). You will also find in my shop fgibbison many other fun resources in English, German and Spanish. I would love to hear how you got on with this resource: Thank you for leaving a review. I thoroughly review my resources to ensure that they are accurate. However, should you find some errors, I would appreciate if you could let me know. Merci Fran��oise.
New Year celebrations -listening,reading & translations (including native recordings)
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New Year celebrations -listening,reading & translations (including native recordings)

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This resource is aimed at students learning French. It contains clear recordings I made (I am a French native speaker). I prepared for you a recording at slow speed and another one at normal speed for student differentiation. There are also listening questions sheet with the answers, reading questions with the answers as well as the translation into English (I use it for my higher levels to translate into French). A fun listening game is included: you can use it either as a pre-listening activity or as plenary to finish the lesson on a high note. In my shop fgibbison you will also discover many fun resources in French, English, German and Spanish. I would love to hear how you got on with this resource: Thank you for leaving a review.
Si....
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Si....

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This is a presentation to be used as semi-controlled activity. the structures 'si + imparfait, + conditionnel' and 'si + present, +future' could give extra points for GCSE. thank you for leaving a comment
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about environmental problems-solutions
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about environmental problems-solutions

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This lovely looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The 'environmental problems' topics covered in this domino set are: causes-consequences of pollution (air, water, soil) and their solutions, water waste, deforestation, being ecofriendly, opinion, use of past, present, future and conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about customs and festivals
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about customs and festivals

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used for teaching any language. The 'customs and festivals' topics covered in this domino set are: description of personal celebration-s, clothes, opinion, festivals and customs in country of target language, food, use of past, present, future and conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about contribution to society
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about contribution to society

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English it can be used for teaching any language. The 'contribution to society' topics covered in this domino set are: volunteering and being ecofriendly (use of past, present, future and conditional tense) The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about technology-social media
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about technology-social media

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The 'technology-social media' topics covered in this domino set are: describing benefits-inconvenient-dangers of technology-mobile phone-internet-social media, safety rules, online shopping, describing technology in daily life, addiction, opinions, life without a mobile phone, use of past, present, conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about shopping
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about shopping

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The 'shopping' topics covered in this domino set are: clothes, shopping centre, ethical shopping, buying online, simply shopping, opinion, use of past, present, future and conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about higher education, job and career
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Practice or assess: Asking & answering questions about higher education, job and career

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students. As it is all in English, it can be used to teach any language. The 'education, job and career' topics covered in this domino set are: describing placement, describing people, describing small job, personalities, education plans, field of career, opinion, ideal job, use of past, present, future and conditional tenses. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess structure words-connectives in French (domino set 2)
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Practice or assess structure words-connectives in French (domino set 2)

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This funky looking domino game is aimed at GCSE students learning French. It can be used during the year over and over again with your topics, reinforcing memorisation. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups (ideally 6 people maximum). The winner will be the first person to have used all his/her dominos. Differenciation: Encourage stronger students to develop their answers with more details. A first set of dominos is available in my shop I would love to hear how you got on with this game: Thank you for leaving a review.
Practice or assess structure words-connectives in any language
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Practice or assess structure words-connectives in any language

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This funky looking board game is aimed at GCSE students. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups. The winner will be the first person to reach the medal 'well done'. Differenciation: weaker students can give a simple word-to-word translation into the target language while stronger students can use them in sentences (more or less developped) in the topic of your choice. I would love to know how you got on: thank you for leaving a review
Practice or assess structure words-connectives in French (board game)
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Practice or assess structure words-connectives in French (board game)

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This funky looking board game is aimed at GCSE students learning French. It can be used during the year over and over again, hence reinforcing their memorisation. The game can be played by individuals, pairs or small groups. The winner will be the first person to reach the medal 'well done'. Differenciation: weaker students can give a simple word-to-word translation (into English or French). Stronger students can use them in sentences (more or less developped) in the topic of your choice or only use the English version. Why not encourage students to practice at home in their own time? Give a photocopy of the page with the English and French board. I would love to know how you got on: thank you for leaving a review
Practice to be 'perfect' in French
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Practice to be 'perfect' in French

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In this bundle you will find a comprehensive set of resources to teach the perfect tense in French. Each resource contains a lesson plan, student handouts, a powerpoint presentation to teach and practice orally (simply follow the instructions-suggestions at the bottom of each slide). You won't have anything to prepare apart from the optional printing of: the students handouts, some posters and a puzzle game (based on Tintin) I would love to know how you got on with these resources: thank you for leaving a review in my shop. Enjoy.
a game to assess phonetics from KS3 onwards
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a game to assess phonetics from KS3 onwards

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I prepared this game to assess the phonetics worked on. I divided the game in 2 levels easy and more difficult sounds. The template could be adapted to the phonetic you have worked on with your students. This will allow you to do an ingoing assessment, while the students are having fun. You could apply students differenciation by asking the more apt student(s) to read the phonetic aloud or give them more difficult bingo sheet. The aim is to find (hence recognise) the most boxes with the same sound otherwise you can't fill your box. Thank you for leaving a comment.