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I used to teach English and Dutch in Belgium. I am now teaching French in England and love to create resources. I usually use my own bitmojis for pictures to avoid any kind of copyright issues. I also get my inspiration from other teachers. My resources are free but I find it quite disheartening when people download and don't leave any feedback so please don't forget that part! :)

I used to teach English and Dutch in Belgium. I am now teaching French in England and love to create resources. I usually use my own bitmojis for pictures to avoid any kind of copyright issues. I also get my inspiration from other teachers. My resources are free but I find it quite disheartening when people download and don't leave any feedback so please don't forget that part! :)
Year 7 School Subjects
hazelita

Year 7 School Subjects

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I present this lesson to my Y7 students. The blue square on the second slide is usually where I write down a quick starter activity related to the previous lesson covered. Mine was about sports so feel free to change. The first part is independent and I use it to encourage them and make them realise French is not always as difficult as it seems. I then go through each word with them and give them tricks to remember some words. We then play a game and do a reading activity. The last part is a translation. Feel free to adapt as you wish. My LOs are straight to the point as well but feel free to add your own. :) Resources to be printed are the last slides. I share for free but hope to have some feedback in return so please don’t hesitate
Student book marking help sheet
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Student book marking help sheet

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I prepared this marking guide sheet last year as I realised I constantly wrote down the same thing over and over again in the students’books and it would take me a long time to do so. As a result, I am now asking my students to stick this guide and the helping box in their books and I just need to write down a number and they can just refer to it. The sheet is divided in 3 parts: What Went Well, Even Better If and Now Do This. There is a “Writing” part but also “Translation” and “Reading/Listening”. I mark the speaking differently so I didn’t include it in the sheet. The helping boxes must be used in some cases. For example, if I ask them to use more connectives, the instruction tells them “See box 1” so that they don’t keep asking what it is or if I can give examples. I try to encourage them to work independently. If you have any more suggestions to improve the work, don’t hesitate to let me know.