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Learn. Teach. Travel. Coach. Having been in the education world for more than a decade I bring knowledge and experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and coach. My teaching career has led me from England, France, China and now to South America In the last several years, I have delivered a number of workshops and conference to help organizations and individuals to improve their teaching-management skills. If you have any question about my ressource, feel free to contact me

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Learn. Teach. Travel. Coach. Having been in the education world for more than a decade I bring knowledge and experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and coach. My teaching career has led me from England, France, China and now to South America In the last several years, I have delivered a number of workshops and conference to help organizations and individuals to improve their teaching-management skills. If you have any question about my ressource, feel free to contact me
Autism awareness interactive activities
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Autism awareness interactive activities

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This resources is dedicated to Autism awareness. How can we support students with autism? Autism leads to so much pain that we need to find strategies to help these students and make others realize what it is like to live with ASD! I have designed this resource with students, parents and teachers in mind. It is aimed at raising students awareness about Autism and get them ideas and strategies to avoid bullying and provide support to students. I would suggest you use this powerpoint during an assembly or a lesson for Autism month but it can also be used any time if you think it can be useful in your class. The powerpoint contains 21 slides. ⭐ Here’s what you will get in this resource: ⭐ Think pair share activity to check your students prior knowledge about autism Introduction to what autism is (how people are affected, figures, how people react to autism) A myth-truth activity 3 Videos: 1st one explaining autism 2nd one about a student with Autism and questions to answer 3rd one about strategies to put in place Examples of famous people with autism Strategies to support students A reflective slide with a conclusion Any question ? Let’s connect : <a href="https://twitter.com/TeacherLocker ">Twitter</a> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/teacher.locker ">Facebook</a> <a href=“http://www.teacherlocker.com/educational-website-for-teacher”>TeacherLocker Blog</a>
French TV programs and near future tense full (no prep)
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French TV programs and near future tense full (no prep)

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Watching TV may seem obsolete now with the easy access to the Internet. However, our students still watch TV and different different TV programs. How about teaching some vocabulary about TV shows then while reinforcing opinions and introducing the near future tense? This complete lesson made of a PPT with 27 slides and an activity booklet of 11 pages will help you teach not only about TV programs but also about grammar in a fun way. Here's what you'll get: -a self-target setting slide - a matching up activity with TV programs - an introduction to vocabulary and drilling through games ( slapping the board, say what it is, missing vowels etc.) - a true/false activity - a survey with questions about TV habits to recap adverbs of frequency - a review about likes and dislikes - a snakes and ladder - a "Find who did it" activity to recap the past tense - a grammar point about the near future tense + practice (filling -gap) - a reading activity ( filling-gap, find the French, answer the questions) - a pair work to extend their speaking ( What are you going to do? When? With who? Where?) - Plenary with noughts and crosses Have fun!
Travel Survival Guide in French / Kit de survie du voyageur en Francais
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Travel Survival Guide in French / Kit de survie du voyageur en Francais

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Bonjour à tous, When you travel to France with your students, have you noticed how they seem to have forgotten everything? Travelling to another country can be daunting, so if you want your students to be able to communicate, here's an easy to use survival guide. It contains 23 pages /including the presentation with - survival phrases with the pronunciation - basic topic vocabulary (greetings, introduction, family, where you live, shopping for food, eating and drinking, food items, shopping for clothes, directions and ordering a meal) - monuments not to miss in Paris - a subway map It can be used on your tablets/phones while travelling which makes it easy to use at any time. You can also use it in class as a preparation for your trip. It can also be used for anybody that wants to travel to France. My colleagues actually loved it! Enjoy et bon voyage!
French Cultural/History Quiz
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French Cultural/History Quiz

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Bonjour! Here’s a free quiz about France with 33 colourful slides. It can be used at the beginning of the year or at the end. I usually have students to work in teams on it. The first 17 slides contain the questions and possible answers to choose from. The other slides contain the answers! This quiz was based on the bigger quiz with 107 slides which can be found here Enjoy. It’s a great tool to recap about music, monuments, food, brands, culture, geography, history, sports etc.
French physical description / La description physique en français
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French physical description / La description physique en français

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Here’s a lesson starter about physical description with 7 slides. It contains: - a setting target slide - a matching up activity - a vocabulary slide - colouring and writing activities - a writing and drawing activity - a review of objectives Full lesson and activity booklet for the student can be found here : https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/french-physical-character-description-lesson-booklet-no-prep-la-description-physique-personalit-11091395
Black History Month Celebration
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Black History Month Celebration

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Here is a powerpoint with 6 colourful slides for an assembly or for a lesson. It contains - introduction to the topic with a rap song about MLK and Black History month and related words - a song "Buffalo Soldier" - a quiz - a true false activity - a review of objectives Full version with student exercise can be found here : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/black-history-month-celebration-resources-student-activities-11138470
French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices
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French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices

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Teaching about food? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback to teach about food, restaurants and how to order? This delicious flexible resource will help you teach teenagers and adults about food habits, menus, different types of restaurants, ordering food... This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to textbooks/material. The resource contains a powerpoint with 22 slides with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. It also contains a booklet with 6 pages so that students keep a track of their learning. The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - A speaking about types of restaurants - A matching up with food items/menu - A conversation to reorder and to role play at the restaurant between customers and a waiter - A writing about menu - A conversation about ordering food in a fast-food restaurant with a comprehension grid - A disappearing game as a plenary - A review of objectives Have fun
Telling the time in Spanish (lesson + activities) / Que hora es ?
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Telling the time in Spanish (lesson + activities) / Que hora es ?

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Let’s teach about telling the time! But how? How about having the vocabulary, exercises and games in just one resource? The PPT lesson and the booklet for students in this resource will help you teach in Spanish about telling the time with different activities. You will also get the correction of the activities and notes in the PPT to guide your teaching and save you time! The PPT contains 46 slides with - a self-target setting slide - a slide to check prior knowledge with students and introduce them to what they will learn during the lesson - a review about numbers - an unscrambling the letters game about numbers - a bingo - an introduction about telling the time with an easy progression - some speaking practices - a writing practice - an introduction about sports - an introduction about sports and time - mathematical games - a review of objectives Enjoy and use the 6-page booklet for more efficiency. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any question ? Let's connect : Email : carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Twitter : @teacherlocker Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/teacher.locker Website : www.teacherlocker.com Don't forget to follow my shop to get update about my new product.
Why Learn foreign language  Assembly
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Why Learn foreign language Assembly

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A Powerpoint presentation with 15 pages underlining the importance of learning languages. To be used at the beginning of the year to highlight why it is important to have other languages rather than just English. It contains - a starter with 3 questions (True or Myth) about languages and the correction - an introduction with different celebrities able to speak other languages. - information about where French, Spanish and German are spoken and some of the reasons why it is vital to have more than English as a language. - three short videos (1 where French is spoken, 2 a touristic video about Germany, 3 a young polyglot girl ) - a reflexive slide where students chose 2 reasons why learning a language is vital.
French Halloween full lesson for beginners/pre-intermediate - La Toussaint
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French Halloween full lesson for beginners/pre-intermediate - La Toussaint

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Bonjour, here's a colourful and scary bundle with a booklet with 12 pages and a ppt with 48 slides to teach vocabulary about Halloween. It contains: - a self target setting activity - a starter with questions based on a video (I suggest you use the powerpoint to have access to the video and other activities) - a reading activity about Halloween (origins of the celebration and La Toussaint) - an introduction to the new vocabulary through repetition and drilling games - a true-false activity - a matching up - a word search - riddles - a noughts and crosses - a maths game - a skeleton to label - a conversation to reorder with vocabulary to look for - how to prepare a pumpkin - recipes for Halloween (scary eyeball truffles and chocolate mice!) - a review about opinions - masks to colour - drawing activities - an unscrambling the letters activity - a review of objectives Enjoy! Happy Halloween
International Women’s Day in French (lesson +exercices)  Journée international  de la femme Francais
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International Women’s Day in French (lesson +exercices) Journée international de la femme Francais

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International Women’s Day is an important celebration worldwide and it is crucial to tell our students about their achievements. For that purpose here’s a presentation with 41 slides in French. It is aimed at intermediate or advanced students and it is interactive to allow a lot of discussion and debates about women’s rights and their impact on society. It contains: 1. a brainstorming with words related to the topic 2. a video that should allow some conversations between students 3. a thinking time about important women figures 4. a matching up with inventions/women 5. a song related as a tribute to women’s achievement with quotes from the song to think about 6. a filling gap activity 7. a quiz about women’s rights 8. a short grammar activity 9. a pair/group work to think about advantages/drawbacks of being a man/woman 10. a matching up with French laws in France about women 11. a reading activity with a filling gap 12. questions related to the text 13. two adds about women leading to a creative activity in groups 14. the story about Aung San Suu Kyi 15. Guessing games 16. Maze as a plenary. Enjoy!
French Grammar : Conditional tense (lesson+exercices)/ Le conditionnel en français No Prep
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French Grammar : Conditional tense (lesson+exercices)/ Le conditionnel en français No Prep

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Teaching grammar in French can be a headache especially when it comes to tenses. How about a resource with a fun context, some music, explanations, exercises and correction in just one place to make things easier? Here’s a flexible resource to help you teach about the present conditional in French and have fun while teaching it! You will find a step-by-step powerpoint with 22 slides (with guiding notes at the bottom of each slide) with a relevant context for the lesson, a clearly explained and progressive grammatical point and exercises to practice. Every activity is followed by a feedback/correction to save your time. This resource is aimed at intermediate students but you can easily adapt it for pre-intermediate or advanced students. You will also get the handout with 6 pages so that students can keep a written track of their learning. The resource contains: 1. A self-target setting slide with the objectives of the lesson 2. A starter with a speaking activity about hypothetical decisions 3. A song to introduce the conditional with questions and lyrics filling gap 4. An explanation about the different uses of the conditional tense with clear examples 5. An explanation about the formation of the conditional 6. Introduction to the most irregular verbs 7. Exercises (filling gaps, writing, sentences to complete, sentences to change from present to imperfect, matching up between texts and pictures) 8. A survey as a plenary 9. A review of objectives Have fun teaching the conditional tense! Check my store for more for resources about grammar and tenses here: French Grammar : The present Prefect lesson and exercices No Prep French Grammar : The present Simple lesson and exercices No Prep French Grammar : The Future lesson and exercices No Prep French Grammar : The Imperfect lesson and exercices No Prep
Spanish Breakfast lesson + activities / El desayuno
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Spanish Breakfast lesson + activities / El desayuno

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Food is always an enjoyable topic to teach. Now how can we ensure we engage, challenge and motivate all our students? Which activities would best suit their learning styles? This pack will help you to tailor your lesson in Spanish to the needs of your students while having fun! By the end of the lesson students should be able to talk about food they like and what they eat/drink for breakfast. This resource is also a good way to open up their minds about different types of food depending on different cultures in the world Here is what you get in this pack: a powerpoint with 31 slides designed for pre/intermediate students about breakfast items, opinions and the preterit. You’ll also get an activity booklet with 10 pages so that students can keep a track of their learning. To help you in your teaching, there are notes at the bottom of the slides to guide you. The activities are also corrected to save you time! Now, are you ready for some fun and an active lesson full of games? The pack contains: - a self target setting slide - a detailed objective slide - a video as a starter to talk about breakfast and opinions - a dictionary challenge about different type of food - a second video about breakfast around the world - introduction to opinions and justifications about food - introduction to breakfast items - matching up activity reading - further reading with frequency adverbs - speaking activity - introduction to the verb gustar followed by a practice - introduction to the preterite use - writing - review of objectives Enjoy! Have fun teaching about food in Spanish!
April Fool's Day / Poisson d'Avril en français
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April Fool's Day / Poisson d'Avril en français

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Bonjour à tous Here is a very colourful powerpoint with 18 slides for French beginners to teach about the Fool’s day. It contains: - a recap slide with what students should know and what they will learn - a self-target setting slide for differentiation - a reading activity about the origins of Fool’s day in France - a true/false and its correction - a matching up activity about vocabulary - a wordsearch - a speaking activity with opinions and justifications - a reading activity - a grammar point about the imperative - a practice about the imperative - fish to cut out - an unjumbling sentences activity as plenary - a review of objectives. Enjoy!
Safe Internet Day
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Safe Internet Day

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February being the International month for being safer online, it’s time to get them aware about the threat and the danger of being online. A lot of our students don’t really know the risks and the damages social online can get them into, we hear too many stories about suicide because of embarrassing pictures or comments posted online and we should try to educate them to get a better understanding of this amazing yet dangerous tool known as the Internet. Here's a presentation to get your students safe online. I am sure this resource will be useful to you for the Safer Internet Day. It contains 24 slides with 1. an introduction about the use of digital media 2. the benefits of the new technologies 3. the dangers involved in the use of technologies 4. a video about cyberbullying 5. a reflection about cyberbullying vs Freedom of Speech 6. tips to use the Internet safely 7. a mini quiz about several situations and what students would do in these situations. 8. 4 possible challenges to engage your students actively to promote a safe use if the Internet Don't forget to follow my store for update : https://www.tes.com/member/foxtrotters If you are looking for more about bullying lesson and exercice can check this resource : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/anti-bullying-assembly-stop-bullying-at-school-11122719
Shopping in market - french interactive activities and video
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Shopping in market - french interactive activities and video

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Shopping in a market is a great topic to teach students about different topics: food items, prices, quantities, engaging in conversations are just some examples of what you will find in this resource. Your students will love this resource full of fun games, videos and interactivity. It is aimed at teaching a B1 level groups (pre-intermediate) but it can be adapted to a wider audience. Note that some activities are more challenging to allow more differentiation in class. All the activities are corrected to save you time AND you get clear explanations at the bottom of each slide to guide your teaching progression! ⭐ Here’s what you’ll get in this 28-slide PPT: ⭐ A self-target setting slide with the objectives of the lesson then… Some questions as a starter to break the ice about summer A video about a market in the south of France with elements to identify and questions A matching up between pictures and words related to shopping in markets a shopping list to complete with food items and then quantities An activity to put food items under categories A reading activity with a conversation at the market to re-organize A grammar point about the imperative with exercises A writing-speaking activity in pairs A battleships activity in pairs A fortune teller game as a plenary Have fun! Have a wonderful teaching day!
French Unit Plans for Beginners - Get full year of scheme of work /  Unit Plans for French Beginners
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French Unit Plans for Beginners - Get full year of scheme of work / Unit Plans for French Beginners

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BUNDLE DESCRIPTION Back to school? Not sure where to start? Not ready with your Unit plans/Schemes of work? This resource of about 65 pages will help you plan your whole year with French beginners. It contains 6 unit plans with that you can use to teach for 6-7 weeks each. They follow a logical teaching order and they are aimed at absolute beginners. You will be able to teach your students from the alphabet, to pets, colors, family, hobbies, sports, opinions, music, food etc. Not to mention the grammar that is embedded in each of them. Each Unit plan contains teaching objectives, suggested activities, homework and differentiation. They are also flexible to suit all your learners’ abilities and learning styles. More details about each Unit : Unit 1 description BIENVENUE Back to school? Where to start to teach French to absolute beginners? How can you make a quick start while not worrying about Unit plans? Here’s the answer! This resource of 12 pages will help you plan your first weeks with French beginners. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 9 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Greetings/self-introduction - Asking/answering personal questions - Objects - Colors - Days/Months/date - Classroom instructions 2. Grammar: ¥ indefinite and definite articles ¥ numbers 1–31 ¥ il y a ¥ regular plurals ¥ imperative forms ¥ possession using de Unit 2 description A LA MAISON Teaching about the house in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 8 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about house, furniture, house activities, time etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 7 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - where you live - rooms in the house - furniture - telling the time 2. Grammar: ¥ Où? and Qui? ¥ à + town and à + hour ¥ further use of il y a ¥ regular -er verbs ¥ rules for pronunciation/spelling/dictionary work Unit 3 description MA FAMILLE Teaching about the family, pets, descriptions in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 8 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about family, pets, physical and personality description, opinions, reasons, numbers up to 69 etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - family - pets - descriptions - personality and physical appearance - opinions and reasons - numbers 2. Grammar: ¥ negatives ¥ subject pronouns ¥ present tense of avoir and être ¥ review about possessive adjectives (first, second and third persons) ¥ prepositions ¥ agreement of adjectives ¥ numbers 32–69 Unit 4 description Qu’est-ce qu’on fait? Teaching about activities, hobbies, chores, likes and dislikes in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 10 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about places in town, activities, hobbies, chores, opinions and reasons etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Places in town/home - Hobbies - Chores - Opinions and reasons 2. Grammar: ¥ aller ¥ à + definite article ¥ irregular verbs ¥ questions with Est-ce que ...? and Qu’est-ce que ...? ¥ simple opinions ¥ imperative forms ¥ using a dictionary effectively Unit 5 description UNE JOURNEE Teaching about school, teachers, subjects, timetable and hobbies in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 11 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about school and hobbies. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - School (subjects, teachers, timetable) - Hobbies - Opinions and reasons 2. Grammar: - negatives (ne ... pas) - asking for and giving simple opinions and reasons - quantifiers (très, assez, trop, un peu) - numbers up to 100 - reflexive verbs - near future tense for most able Unit 6 description ON S’AMUSE Teaching about sports, hobbies, music and interests in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 12 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about sport, hobbies, opinions, music etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Hobbies - Sports - Music - Likes and dislikes 2. Grammar: ¥ jouer à, faire du ¥ aller + infinitive ¥ adverbs od frequency and time ¥ use of conjunctions All the resource can be used individually but I will advice you to follow the unit. Don't forget to follow my shop for more coming bundle Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
French Physical/Character description (lesson+Booklet) NO Prep/ la description physique, personalité
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French Physical/Character description (lesson+Booklet) NO Prep/ la description physique, personalité

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A powerpoint presentation with 34 slides and its activity booklet with 10 pages. It consists of: - a detailed introduction to the objectives and a SMART target setting slide - a review of basic family vocabulary as starter - an introduction to the new vocabulary - speaking activities in pairs and teams - writing activities - drawing activities - 3 short grammar points about adjectives, to be, to have - vocabulary about personality - games (word search, puzzle, fun speaking activities, noughts and crosses etc.) - a review of objectives
Disability Awareness Assembly
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Disability Awareness Assembly

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Hi everyone, This powerpoint presentation that contains 15 slides with famous people with disabilities is aimed at raising students awareness about disabled people and how much people can do no matter what. It was designed for teenagers and it worked really really well during Citizenship lessons and assemblies. It also contains 2 challenges for students to be put in the shoes of disabled people. I am sure you will like it!
ESL Unit 5 - Food - Lesson 2 : Restaurant / Ordering food / How much - How many
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ESL Unit 5 - Food - Lesson 2 : Restaurant / Ordering food / How much - How many

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Teaching about food? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback to teach about food, restaurants, how to order and “How much/How many”? This delicious flexible resource will help you teach teenagers and adults about food habits, menus, different types of restaurants, ordering food, How much/many... This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to ESL textbooks/material. The resource contains a powerpoint with 36 slides with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. The exercises are corrected to save you time! The resource also contains an activity booklet for students with 10 pages so that they keep a record of their learning. The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - A recap about food (guessing game) as a starter - A reading about likes/dislikes and food - A reading with a filling gap activity - A speaking about types of restaurants - A matching up with food items/menu - A conversation to reorder and to role play at the restaurant - A writing about menu - A conversation about ordering food in a fast-food restaurant with a comprehension grid - A grammar point about How much/How many - 3 practices based on the grammar point - A disappearing game as a plenary - A review of objectives I suggest you use the activity booklet that goes with it so that your students can keep a written track of their learning! Have fun! Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Check previous lessons of this unit below : Unit 5 Lesson 1 : learn about shopping list and food habit