Here is a list of 12 cultural quizzes on France for KS3,4,5 students. I use these at the end of term with great effect. My students really like it as it's covering a very range of topics and they can work in teams.
The quizzes appear in different formats, Word or PPT mainly and are editable.
This is a comprehensive PPT presentation on Routine and Shopping for food with 35 slides.
It starts with a presentation of various daily routine actions and moves on to the grammar rule and some some practice on reflexive verbs in the present tense. Two slides contain questions about routine with different tenses which provide an excellent practice for the GCSE general conversation.
It also covers shopping for food and the partitive articles.
This PPT is interactive so students have the opportunity to provide the answers and participate. Its aim is to consolidate and extend students' knowledge on routine and shopping for food.
This is a comprehensive Powerpoint presentation made of 64 slides which recaps most of the topics covered at Primary Level.
Topics include: Greetings, Days and Months, Giving personal information,Numbers up to 31 Answering basic questions, Towns and countries and Classroom language.
The presentation is interactive and fun. This is a suitable for Year 4, 5 and 6, and can be used at the end of term for general revision or at the beginner of term for a refresher.
Two worksheets on Prepositions in French, one with countries and nationalities and another one to practise the following prepositions:
du ; de la ; des ; à ; au ; aux ; en ; sous ; sur ; dans ; avec ; de et pour .
It is suitable for KS3 and KS4 students, but could be used as a refresher at As Level.
This resource consist of 4 Powerpoint presentations with interactive role play situations, a Word document with useful role plays sentences (questions and Answers) and a model for picture description. These resources are based on the New IGCSE Oral exam for Edexcel and AQA and are useful to practice the three parts of the Speaking Exam.
Each PPT is based on a different topic and the role plays can be practiced in pair or with the whole class.
The Word doc has a list of 40 possible questions (with translation) and answers categorized by topics.
Attached are some exam type questions to practise Listening and Reading skills for the New AQA and Edexcel As Exam.
Topics include New Technology, Family, Music and National Heritage.
Activities include Matching up, gap filling and answering in French or English.
Mark Schemes, Listening Tracks and Transcripts for the Listening are provided, so this can be used for self-study at home as well as in class.
This is useful for exam revision.
Attached is a comprehensive revision booklet (52 pages) with plenty of key vocab and structures drawn from the Edexcel exam list and split into topics. It also includes 15 reading activities and some useful exam tips.
Can be used in class or independently by the students. This resource is suitable for Foundation and Higher Level students and fits all exam boards, including Igcse.
This resource is a series of seven IGCSE French sample essays based on the most common topics:
Holidays, School, Hobbies, My Area, Family, Chores and Visits.
It follows the IGCSE format for the essay writing: 4 bullet points, around 150 words, 3 tenses
Each essay includes a range of A star structures and has the translation in English below. Some essays have also got some useful tips on the side about the structures.
My students found this resource very useful to expand their complex structures and build a range of set phrases.
This resource is suitable both for Edexcel and Cambridge IGCSE students. Enjoy!
This is a PPT with tutorials and practice exercises on the uses of the comparatives and superlatives in French.
It consists of 28 slides and proved clear explanation and useful practice on this tricky grammar point. this is suitable both for GCSE and A Level students.
This resource is a series of three model essays on No et Moi written by a teacher and Edexcel examiner based on titles from the A Level Legacy past papers, but suitable for the new A Level exam, both at As and A2 Level.
The first essay is on an important topic in the book, the second one on the importance of the social bacground and the last one on No the main character.
My students found these model essays very useful to structure their own essays and improve their analytical skills.
Comprehensive PPT tutorial and practice about questions words in French.
This presentation consists of 40 slides and provide lots of practice on asking and answering questions.
This is suitable both for GCSE and A Level students.
This resource includes a comprehensive PPT tutorial on articles ( definite, indefinite, partitive) followed by practice (29 slides) and some editable worksheets in Word format to provide further practice on this tricky grammar point.
This is suitable for GCSE and A Level students
The PPT includes a tutorial on partitives followed by a millionaire game to practice the various uses and rules of partitives. The second part of the PPT is a tutorial on definite, indefinite articles and determiners followed by some translation practice, ideal for preparation to the New GCSE exam.
Also attached are 2 worksheets with 4 gap-filling exercises with answers. The titles of the docs indicate the appropriate level.
My students found the tutorial and gap-filling tasks very useful to improve their knowledge of these "little words" that are among the most common types of errors at GCSE and A Level.
I noticed that articles is a grammar point that always needs revision. These worksheets will help students to apply the rules regarding articles and are also a good way to revise gender, number and prepositions.
You can spend a whole lesson with this resource and some of the worksheets can be used for homework.
This is a video activty about new ways to arrange fundraising using social networks. It tells about the fundraising idea launched by a famous French Youtuber called Jerome Jarre, and supported by Ben Stiller. The content include the video, a worksheet with 4 activities, answers and video transcription.
It fits very well within the New As and A Level topics, and provided excellent revision practice on the topics New Technologies and Volunteering.
Students relate well to the video as it's talking about their generation ands some of them actually follow this Youtuber.
The worksheet consists of 4 activities, all in French, the first 2 being comprehension activities based on the video while the last two are speaking tasks to make students talk about the wider issue of the roles of social network ( task 3) and volunteering (task 4).
You can then carry on the general conversation by being cynical and questioning the action this youtuber ( a way to raise his profile, a one-off humanitarian action, ).
A full lesson can be used for this activity.
I produced a booklet to revise 10 grammar points covered in the New A Level exams. Students revise each grammar point by completing the exercises provided. At the end of the booklet, a general grammar multiple choice exercise recaps all the points covered. Answers to the test are provided.
This booklet can be done in class or independently. My students found it useful for exam revision.
It is suitable for all A Level French exam boards.