This is a lesson to go alongside the film. Activities include :
name the character, match characters with personality traits, describe some characters and a quiz on the film after they watched it.
The lesson comes with a worksheet so pupils can have it with them when watching the film.
A lesson to introduce year 7 pupils to Paris ahead of their school trip.
Introduction to monuments, map of paris and parisian metro, followed by a Paris quiz.
Plenary : video of Paris, pupils need to name the monuments they recognise.
Comes with worksheet.
**UPDATED FOR 2021
**LO: to learn about France’s national day and how it is celebrated across the country
Plenty of activities :
a) wordsearch of key vocab of the 14th July
b) a short history of the French revolution (pupils have to draw the key information into a comic strip)
c ) values of the French Republic
d ) customs and celebrations in France (link to fireworks in Paris)
Comes with handout
LO: learn means of transportation for holidays + be able to say how you travel with justified opinion
Starter (recap on tenses) + new vocab, make sentences with opinions, 3 way translation for plenary (differentiation)
To adapt the game, all you need to do is amend the question slides.
To make the board move, you either click on the photo of the chaser if the chaser gets it right, or the chase logo if the team gets it right
To go back to the board slide, you click on the little house at the top of each question slide.
Kids loved it! It makes the classroom a bit more entertaining despite covid-19 safety measures…
Jouer ou faire lesson. Objectives: to become more confident when using the verbs faire and jouer
Starter : fill in sentences with the correct form or jouer et faire
Boardgame : 24 boxes, 24 differentiated translations. Play with two teams (green and purple) - challenging and the challenge aspects allows great engagement from the pupils
A school-wide treasure hunt game. Perfect for Year 7/8
You need 30 participating teachers across the school, they will each receive a card with a flag, a country and a capital city that they can wear on their badge.
The pupils will need to go on a hunt to find all the information (country + capital city) that each teacher has.
Challenge : a blank map of the world to colour all french speaking countries found.
LO: to learn about France and to gather information about French geography.
Great lesson to introduce pupils to French geography (towns, cities, mountains, rivers and seas) using key french vocab (preposition, weather, directions). Can be used to introduce the topic of Environment at KS3 level.
Great engagement from pupils!