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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
French Grammar Bundle all in one : Conditionnel / Imparfait / Présent simple / Futur et passé composé

French Grammar Bundle all in one : Conditionnel / Imparfait / Présent simple / Futur et passé composé

Hi everyone! Teaching grammar can be a little bit scary if we don't know where to start. To get you started with the challenging French grammar here's a bundle with 5 tenses: 1. The simple present 2. The perfect tense (passé-composé) 3. The imperfect tense (imparfait) 4. The future (near future tense and simple future) 5. The conditional present For each tense you will find a powerpoint (between 16/22 slides) with clear explanations and corrections to save you time. Each powerpoint comes with its booklet (about 5 pages) so that students can keep track of their learning with exercises and explanations. The powerpoint is fully editable so that you can adapt it to your class. The advantage of the booklet is that students can work at their own pace and most able students can move on to the next activity easily. Each lesson follows a similar pattern: 1. Introduction to the grammar point through a real context (reading, song or video) 2. Questions to guide students in their discovery of the grammar 3. Explanations of the tense (use and formation) 4. Exercises (progressive ones from easy ones to more difficult ones: filling-gap, matching-up, speaking activities, games, writing...) Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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Where I live lesson and exercices Bundle for ESL / EAL Unit 3

Where I live lesson and exercices Bundle for ESL / EAL Unit 3

Teaching beginners in ESL can be great fun but what: - when we don’t know where to start? - when we have a mixed ability class? - when our material isn’t updated or adapted? You will find in this bundle enough material to teach your students for about a week (60/90 minutes for each lesson). Vocabulary in context, grammar with clear explanation, exercises and feedback to save you time and focus on the actual learning process. It is flexible to help you teach ESL/EAL students beginners/elementary about vocabulary: Places where we live (city, village, suburbs, seaside…), description of places (calm, noisy, clean…), types of accommodations (house, apartment/flat, hotel…), rooms, furniture, household chores and about grammar: There is/are, this/that/these/those, likes-dislikes (with nouns/verbs in –ING) and reasons, adjectives, prepositions of places The bundle contains 5 powerpoint presentations with about 30 slides each 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. You’ll also find with each lesson an activity booklet for students so that they keep a written record of their learning. The approach is communicative and follows a logical structure to reinforce students’ knowledge day after day. It also contains grammar points reinforced by exercises to consolidate their grammatical skills and writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - Listening activities - Videos with questions - Matching up activities - Filling gaps - Classification activities - Speaking activities (surveys, games…) - Reading activities from articles, tourist brochures, forum (with questions, vocabulary focus…) - Games (bingo, drawing and speaking description) - Grammar points context with explanations, followed by exercises and correction - Writing - Review of objectives… Each lesson can be bought individually in my shop. Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com You can check them below:
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Mother's day lesson + activities in french (No Prep)/ La fête des mères en français leçon  activités

Mother's day lesson + activities in french (No Prep)/ La fête des mères en français leçon activités

Happy Mother's Day! Here's a colourful powerpoint with 24 slides and its activity booklet to celebrate Mother's Day in French with your beginners. It contains: - detailed objectives slide - SMART setting slide - an introduction with a reading - a True-False activity - a review/introduction about chores - a matching up - drilling activities with games (disappearing pictures, slapping the board in teams) - introduction to the present tense for -er verbs and chores - a speaking activity about how students help their mums around the house - a noughts and crosses in pairs - a reading about the origins of Mother's day with a True-false - an introduction to vocabulary to celebrate with a guessing game for drilling - a word search focusing on positive adjectives - a writing - a recipe - a detailed review of objectives Enjoy! I suggest you use the booklet that goes with it!
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Saint Patrick Day Lesson with activities for ESL student

Saint Patrick Day Lesson with activities for ESL student

Happy Saint Paddy’s Saint Patrick’s day is always a nice celebration and a great opportunity for us as ESL teachers to teach some vocabulary and culture in a fun way. How about having interactive activities with songs, videos, speaking and reading activities in one resource? This is what you will get with this resource: A PPT with 36 slides and an activity booklet with 13 pages full of activities and games to engage your students. It contains: a self-target setting slide questions based on a video a reading activity a true/false activity introduction to the vocabulary and a drilling game a speaking activity with likes and dislikes a maze colouring activities a writing activity a group project a Rhyming guessing game 2 songs for teenagers and/or adults a word search Looking for these resources individually in my store?Check them here: Any question ? Let’s connect :
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French Election Final Round : Macron Versus Le Pen (Lesson + student booklet)

French Election Final Round : Macron Versus Le Pen (Lesson + student booklet)

The 1st round of the French Presidential elections is done. The French have voted for their 2 favorite candidates. They have 15 days to convince the French with their political visions and programmes. However, this is sometimes a little bit tricky to explain to our students who may have little knowledge about the politics or about the electoral process. This resource will help you teach about the elections by putting the results into the French context and by explaining the birth of each political party and the programmes of these two potential presidential leaders. This resource totally in English is aimed at intermediate-advanced level students. This resource contains a PPT with 25 slides with different activities with videos, questions and articles. It also contains a booklet with 11 pages for students so that they can keep a track of their learning. All the activities are corrected to save you time. Here's what you will get: 1. a matching up activity with the 5 main political parties that were competing (texts with main ideas and political trends). 2. a true/false activity about the political campaign 3. an interview with Marine Le Pen followed by questions 4. Marine Le Pen’s video clip with questions to help students develop their critical thinking skills 5. A mini-biography to reorder about Marine Le Pen 6. A reading about the history of the FN and how it is presented now 7. An interview about Emmanuel Macron and his program with questions, again to let your students think about the his programme and vision 8. A brainstorming about what students may know about him 10. a mini-biography to reorder about Emmanuel Macron 11. A text giving some insight about his Party En Marche 12. The results as a conclusion Enjoy. I am sure it will help you teach about the elections and their importance not only in France but also on the international scene. I suggest you also use this resource that gives you a clear idea of the political system in France. French Election System
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French presidential elections 2017 (Full lesson with student exercises)

French presidential elections 2017 (Full lesson with student exercises)

French elections are just around the corner and it can be tricky to explain to our students how the whole political system works. You will find in this resource all the tools you need to help your students understand the role of the President. They will also learn about the voting system and the different official candidates for 2017. They will get an overview of the programs of the 5 main candidates and will get to grasps with what a political party is and the influence of the media on the political elections. Here is what you will get in this resources: a 20-slide PPT with: - a brainstorming as starter - an overview of the way the political system works with a graph with explanations about the roles of the President, Prime Minister, National Assembly, Senate etc. - a presentation of the former Presidents with a matching up - explanations about the advantages of becoming a president - explanations about the main concerns for French people - an introduction to the main candidates with a reading and matching up - a critical explanation about how the media can shape/influence politics - an explanation about what the Left Wing/Right Wing is - a review of objectives in pairs *updated 29/03/17* Added Student Booklet If you bought it before the update don't forget to get your booklet (it's free for you) Have fun!
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ESL - EAL Where I live - describe your house  Unit 3 lesson 2 (lesson + exercises) (No Prep)

ESL - EAL Where I live - describe your house Unit 3 lesson 2 (lesson + exercises) (No Prep)

When teaching about the house for beginners in English there are so many ways that it is difficult to know where to start. How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback? This flexible resource will help you teach young adults and adults about rooms in the house and adjectives to describe the rooms. There is also a review about there is/there are and opinions. 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 30 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 8 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: - Texts with comprehension grid - Ads with True/False activity - Speaking in pairs - Listening/reading to introduce rooms in the house - Matching up between rooms and definitions - Vocabulary activities about places - Where is the cat? game - Speaking in pairs with drawing - Adjectives antonyms matching up - Text with filling gaps - Writing activity - Role play - Decipher the sentence game as plenary - Review of objectives I suggest you use this resource after the ESL Unit 3 lesson 1 to help students structure their knowledge but you can easily use this resource on its own! Have fun! Any Question ? Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Check previous lessons of this unit below : Unit 3 Lesson 1 Where I live ?
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French election  Final round Macron VS Le Pen / Les elections françaises 2eme tour.

French election Final round Macron VS Le Pen / Les elections françaises 2eme tour.

The French have voted for their 2 favorite candidates for the presidential elections. It is now quite hard to tell the future and if you are teaching French you may find it hard to explain the programs of each of the candidates. This resource will help you teach about the elections by putting the results into the French context and by explaining the birth of each political party. This resource is aimed at intermediate-advanced level students. This resource contains a PPT with 24 slides with different activities. It also contains a booklet for students so that they can keep a track of their learning. All the activities are corrected to save you time. Here's what you will get: 1. a matching up activity with the 5 main political parties that were competing (texts with main ideas and political trends) 2. a true/false activity about the political campaign 3. a reading with questions about Marine Le Pen and her program 4. Two video clips: Students need to answer questions about her political trends and main concerns for the voters of the Front National 5. A mini-biography to reorder about Marine Le Pen 6. A reading about the history of the FN and how it is presented now 7. A text about Emmanuel Macron and his program with questions 8. A brainstorming about what students may know about him 9. A video clip with questions 10. a mini-biography to reorder about Emmanuel Macron 11. A text giving some insight about his Party En Marche 12. The results as a conclusion Enjoy. I am sure it will help you teach about the elections and their importance not only in France but also on the international scene. I suggest you also use this resource that gives you a clear idea of the political system in France. Check here French election Process
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Back to school 30 Icebreakers  - All level and Age groups

Back to school 30 Icebreakers - All level and Age groups

Preparing to be Back to School? Unsure what to do on a first day with your new students? Included in this resource are 30 fun icebreakers for the beginning of the year, but also team building activities to bring collaborative work into your class. You can use them with any topic/subject. They are also highly adaptable for all levels and age groups. ‘30 Icebreakers for Back to School’ is a booklet compiling activities to break the ice with your students when Back to School but also to use during the whole year to enhance cooperation and group work. These 30 icebreakers are simple to use and require NO or very little PREP and they are suitable for a wide age range. They will encourage sharing, listening skills, cooperation and discussion while providing a fun and relaxed learning atmosphere Example of activities for the First Week: - 2 truths 1 lie - Guess Who - The chatterbox - The wishes bottle - The web - The personality bingo and much more! You will find in this resource: ·Step-by-step explanations on how to do each activity ·List of any material necessary Icebreakers play an important role in helping students/teachers connect with one another. They are also a good way to enhance teaching by stimulating cooperation and participation. They will: ∞ Help a new group get to know one another. ∞ Help new members to integrate into a group. ∞ Encourage group building ∞ Facilitate listening skills. ∞ Develop social skills. ∞ Create a fun learning atmosphere So let's have fun! Time to play! This resource combines nicely with Back to school Icebreaker - Student Booklet Ready to print Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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Thanksgiving French Lesson - L'action de Grace

Thanksgiving French Lesson - L'action de Grace

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. How about telling our students a bit more about culture and traditions? Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year for our French students to discover a bit more about other cultures. This lesson is aimed at proficient students in French (B2-C1) or it can even be used for native speakers that want more culture about the United States. However many activities have also been designed in this resource for lower level students so that they can understand the concept of being grateful for what they have. Every activity is corrected to save you time and you get detailled notes at the bottom of each slide of the PPT to guide your teaching! The booklet is a good way to help your students keep a record of what they have learned in class Here's what you will get in this 36-slide PPT lesson and its 12-page booklet: 1. A starter with a brainstorming 2. A video about Thanksgiving's story 3. A true-false activity 4. A text to reorder 5. A fun mini quiz about Thansgiving in History 6. A matching up activity about Thanksgiving menu 7. An interactive menu with 5 activities to choose from (You can do them all if you want as well.) with - a recipe - a maze - a wordsearch - a poem - Thanksgiving tree 8. A thinking time activity with slides to open up students' minds to be grateful for what they have 9. a review of objectives Have a lovely Thanksgiving!
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ESL EAL, physical description, Verb to have, Unit2/Lesson2, (Lesson + Exercices) No Prep

ESL EAL, physical description, Verb to have, Unit2/Lesson2, (Lesson + Exercices) No Prep

Teaching beginners in English is great fun but there is so much content to teach that we are not always clear where to start. How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback? This flexible resource will help you teach young adults and adults about family, physical description (face and shape) and a grammar point about the verb HAVE. 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 31 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 12 pages so that they keep a record of their learning. The approach is communicative with 2 listening activities and multiple opportunities for speaking to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains a grammar point and interactive reading activities reinforced by exercises to consolidate their grammatical skills and writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - A recap about personality adjectives and family members with a picture to label and a reading as a starter - A listening/reading with a matching up - Classification activities for adjectives - An introduction to descriptive elements of the face (eyes, hair) - A grammar point with the verb HAVE with examples - Exercises (matching up Q/A, filling gap) - Introduction to description elements of shape - A listening activity about a movie review - Interactive reading activities with a guessing game description - 2 writing activities - a word search as plenary - Review of objectives I suggest you use this resource after the ESL Unit 2 lesson 1 to help students structure their knowledge but you can easily use this resource on its own! Check Unit 2 Lesson 1 Family and personality description Any Question ? Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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Back to school Icebreaker - Student Booklet Ready to print No Prep

Back to school Icebreaker - Student Booklet Ready to print No Prep

Ready to be Back to School? How about having fun with your students while learning about them? This resource contains LOTS of activities to break the ice with your students. These ice breakers will let you know about their interests, their learning styles and it will also help them get around the school if the buildings are new to them! It is a good way to start to reassure your students while learning about who they are. This ready-to-print 17-page booklet contains also many activities that you will be able to use all the year round to work on topics such as How to use the Internet safely, the importance of Healthy Food, what is Friendship, Reading strategies... I recommend this resource especially for students in secondary or middle school. The activities are very simple to use and require NO or very little PREP and they are suitable for a wide age range. You can use this booklet anytime during the year to reinforce/introduce some citizenship or life-long skills topics. They will encourage sharing, listening skills, cooperation and discussion while providing a fun and relaxed learning atmosphere Example of activities from the booklet: - The Facebook profile filling gap to get to know them - The personal questionnaire to know about their family, favorite subjects, interests… - The learning styles questionnaire so that you can quickly adapt your teaching to their needs - The “What to do” activity - The target setting activity to be used every semester - The reading strategies activities…and much more! You will find in this resource: ·all the activities you need to settle down your class for the first few weeks ·thought-provocative material to develop your students’ thinking skills and collaborative work This resource combines nicely with 30 Icebreakers Back to school - All level and Age groups So let's start work and have fun! Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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Breakfast food  in French No prep (lesson+activities) / Le petit déjeuner en Français

Breakfast food in French No prep (lesson+activities) / Le petit déjeuner en Français

Here's a powerpoint with 34 slides and its activity booklet with 10 pages to teach items of food for breakfast. It contains: - a self-target setting slide - a detailed objective slide - a video with breakfasts around the world - a reading activity - a dictionary contest - an introduction to the vocabulary - drilling games (hidden picture) - a grammar point (du,de la, des) and a practice - a grammar point about prendre/boire and a practice - revisions about opinions - reading activities - a writing activity - a word search as plenary - a review of objectives
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