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'aller' in French

'aller' in French

Use this PowerPoint to introduce 'aller' and how it can be used to talk about the near future.
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Media opinions Blockbusters

Media opinions Blockbusters

Use this PowerPoint to practise giving your opinion about books, films, TV programmes, etc. Instructions are in the PowerPoint.
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Blockbusters template

Blockbusters template

Following the popularity of Blockbusters resources, here is the template I use in my lessons. Add the first letters of words in a phrase, images or words to the ‘Add text, initials or picture here’ on the yellow hexagons. In teams (red and blue), pupils aim to make a continuous line of their colour horizontally. This can be as long or as short as they want, as long as it’s continuous. The other team will aim to block them. When they have chosen a yellow hexagon and have answered correctly, click on that hexagon (on your computer). Then click on the relevant team colour to make it change to either blue or red. Instructions are in the notes section of the PowerPoint.
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Time in French

Time in French

This PowerPoint uses both analogue and digital to introduce and practise the time in French. Assuming some weaker pupils may not be sure of telling the time, this is introduced/practised in English first, before moving on to the French. At the end, pupils shout out the time in French when it appears on the board.
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Pointless - French cognates

Pointless - French cognates

This is a bit of fun that the kids love! Use when teaching about French cognates and near-cognates. A great team game for a whole class activity. Instructions are on the first few slides.
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Bomb timers

Bomb timers

Use these visual timers to keep students on their feet! Click on the bombs to start the timers. When time is up, the bomb 'explodes'. Time limits from 30 seconds to 5 minutes with instructions explaining how to set a longer time limit.
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French colours brain training

French colours brain training

After teaching the colours in French, use this to entertain and focus your class! It can be quite amusing for the teacher too! It can also be a fabulous starter to focus pupils at the start of a lesson. A familiar format: pupils have to say the colour of the ink, not the word itself.
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Saying what you like to eat or drink in German

Saying what you like to eat or drink in German

Use this PowerPoint to introduce saying whether or not you like different foods and drinks in German. Instructions are in the PowerPoint, which starts by introducing the vocabulary and ends with pupils using a 'reveal' activity to identify the food/drink in German.
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Clothes 'Follemathiques' starter

Clothes 'Follemathiques' starter

Whole-class activity, which could become pairwork. Instead of saying, for example, “2 plus 3”, you say, “une robe plus des chaussures”. Students’ answers would then be “une veste”, instead of “5”. Make the calculation as complicated as you like!
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Telling the time in German

Telling the time in German

This PowerPoint introduces the time in German, starting with a recap of the analogue time in English! At the end of the PowerPoint, pupils say the time out loud when they see it on the board.
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-er verbs dice practice

-er verbs dice practice

Use this resource to practise conjugating -er verbs in French. Pupils roll a dice and then conjugate the given verb in pairs.
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At the train station

At the train station

This PowerPoint introduces the all-important French vocabulary needed at the train station, including asking questions. There is also a Blockbusters game at the end to practise the vocabulary.
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Quantities of food & drink in German

Quantities of food & drink in German

This PowerPoint introduces quantities of food and drink in German. The PowerPoint starts with an example conversation at the market, introduces the vocabulary and then finishes with Os and Xs to practise the vocabulary.
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Connect 4 template

Connect 4 template

This can be used in any language (or subject!). Type your clues into the ‘Clue’ boxes. Pupils work in two teams (red and blue) and their objective is to get 4 (or 3, if you prefer) of their coloured rectangles in a row for a point. This can be vertically, horizontally or diagonally. I allow 5 in a row to count as 2 points. In presentation mode, click on the relevant coloured circle to change the colour of the rectangle.
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TV programmes & films in French

TV programmes & films in French

This PowerPoint introduces the vocabulary of different types of TV programmes and films. The vocabulary is introduced, then, with the necessary vocabulary around the edge of each slide, the corresponding images appear and disappear quickly. Pupils identify them in French. Finally, focusing on detail, pupils write the vocabulary correctly.
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Quantities of food and drink in French

Quantities of food and drink in French

This PowerPoint introduces quantities of food and drink in French. It starts with an example conversation at a market and pupils have 2 minutes (timed) to find the quantities. The vocabulary is then introduced and it ends with a Os and Xs game to practise the vocabulary.
kross