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GCSE French and German resources, including plenty of good old worksheets. SEND resources suitable for young children with autism.

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GCSE French and German resources, including plenty of good old worksheets. SEND resources suitable for young children with autism.
French worksheet on free time verbs past/present/future
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French worksheet on free time verbs past/present/future

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A French worksheet consisting of a grid which is partially filled with verbs in perfect/present/near future tenses. Pupils have to complete missing conjugations for je and on, in French and in English. Irregular forms are provided, with opportunity for pupils to follow patterns for regular verbs when completing the French.
French differentiated reading comprehension
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French differentiated reading comprehension

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A pair of French texts, very similar in content but one using more elaborate language and more detail. Reading comprehension questions are on separate sheets. You could use this as a running competition, where the texts are stuck on the wall and pupils must take turns in a group to run to find an answer. Also can be used as scaffolding to support a piece of writing - the underlined vocab can be replaced with pupils' own choice.
French worksheet for telling the time
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French worksheet for telling the time

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French worksheet with several tasks, gradually building in difficulty, to practise telling the time. The final task uses the context of the school day to say what time lessons start and end. You could adapt this to your own school day (or ask the pupils to!).
French wordsearch with types of TV programme
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French wordsearch with types of TV programme

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A French wordsearch containing types of TV programme. Clues are listed in English, with some letters provided on the easy version. The harder version below has English clues with no letters provided. Actual vocab used is shown in red - remember to remove before using, unless you want a really easy version!
Easy French worksheet on perfect tense
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Easy French worksheet on perfect tense

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This worksheet uses only the first person and mainly asks for comprehension of short sentences in the perfect tense: match the French and English, match the French to pictures. the final task asks for pupils to produce their own sentences, which can be done by referring to the list of vocab and mixing and matching ideas from the first two tasks. The theme of the sentences is free time.
German comparative task
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German comparative task

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A simple task to help pupils practice using the comparative in German. I have used this for a homework task. Suggested answers included on page 2 of the document. Pupils build sentences around the words supplied, e.g. Rom - Moskau - warm becomes Rom ist wärmer als Moskau.
Simple matching task: ruler lengths
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Simple matching task: ruler lengths

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A sheet showing six different length rulers. Print it twice, cut out the ruler pictures from one sheet and ask pupils to lay each picture on the corresponding ruler on the complete sheet. For extra durability, laminate the sheet and the pictures and use Velcro to hold them in place. Clear and uncluttered presentation, suitable for children with autism.
set of simple number lines tasks
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set of simple number lines tasks

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A set of tasks suitable for pupils beginning to understand how a number line works. One task shows a 0-20 number line and has space to write a number sentence below (addition, but can be adapted for subtraction). This task is worth laminating and then can be used over and over with a whiteboard pen. The other two tasks require pupils to cut out boxes containing shapes, then stick them to the correct place on the number line (0-10). The easier version has arrows to help; the harder version has just a choice of empty boxes. These two sheets have two different questions on each sheet.
French places in town worksheet
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French places in town worksheet

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A worksheet to practise the French vocab for places in town: label the pictures, a reading comprehension with prepositions and sentence-building task.
French reading & writing worksheet about daily routine
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French reading & writing worksheet about daily routine

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This worksheet has three tasks. There is a text about one person's routine on a school day, all in the present tense. First pupils have to answer comprehension questions in English about the text. Then they must find the French vocab in the text which corresponds to a list of vocab in English. Finally they are asked to produce their own paragraph about their own daily routine, using vocab they have seen on the previous tasks. Could be extended into a speaking and listening activity, with pupils reading their text to a partner, who has to note the main points, for example.
German worksheet on the future tense using werden
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German worksheet on the future tense using werden

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A two-page worksheet with 6 different tasks for using werden to form the future tense in German. The theme of holidays is the focus. Pupils have to list the personal pronouns, then conjugate arbeiten to practice the verb endings. Then there are tasks including translation, correcting word order and reading comprehension. Answers are provided on pages 3 and 4. Suitable for use when introducing the future tense, or for revision.
French card sort and sentence builder with past/present/future
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French card sort and sentence builder with past/present/future

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This resource is in two parts: a set of cards suitable for pairwork where pupils have to sort the time markers and verbs (in the first person) into past, present and future tenses. The second part is a visual resource highlighting some of the same phrases, grouped together in tenses, with vocab provided beneath to complete the sentences. By building up sentences from the cards, pupils are encouraged to create sentences of their own choice from the vocab provided. As an extension, pupils could be encouraged to add their own details.
German present tense verbs worksheet
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German present tense verbs worksheet

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A worksheet with 20 German sentences, each showing only the infinitive of the verb needed. Common regular and irregular verbs are included (wohnen, spielen, gehen, haben, sein). Pupils write the correct spelling of the verbs to match the person/subject shown, and can also translate the sentences into English. A good homework idea, as Google Translate won't help that easily! This is meant for beginners, as each verb is used several times to aid reinforcement. Document has two copies, to fit on one page of A4. Answers provided on second page.
GCSE German tenses practice and translation worksheet
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GCSE German tenses practice and translation worksheet

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A two-sided worksheet which works through a set of tasks, leading up to two translations. It starts with simple tasks to complete the spellings of verbs in the present then perfect tense, asking pupils to translate these sentences too. Then a task using Ich möchte/Ich will/Ich werde + infinitive to translate sentences into German. Then a more open-ended task for pupils to make up their own sentences in all three tenses; this task can be made more challenging by requiring more able pupils to include certain additional information if you choose. Finally there is a pair of paragraphs for translation, one into English and another into German. The translations are both on the theme of holidays. Answers provided on same document. I have used this with y10 and y11, but also suitable for confident KS3 pupils who have covered the tenses.
French reflexive verbs worksheet
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French reflexive verbs worksheet

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A 2-sided worksheet which introduces French reflexive verbs in the present tense with grammar notes and task, then a reading comprehension and writing task.
French reading comprehension about meals
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French reading comprehension about meals

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A French text with detailed descriptions of meals, almost all in the present tense. Reading comprehension task and 'find the French for...' task beneath. Fits on a sheet of A4. Varied sentence structure and many different foods and drinks included.
French daily routine & telling time sorting task
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French daily routine & telling time sorting task

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A set of sentences in present tense for pupils to sort into school day or weekend. Each daily routine sentence is written with a time it would happen on a school day, and again with a time it could happen on a weekend. Sentences are listed together in pairs, but you could make it harder by jumbling them, or printing out and chopping up. Pupils could write their own sentences about a school day or the weekend, using these as prompts.