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Providing hundreds of easy to use French and Spanish resources for schools, non-language specialist primary teachers, tutors and home educators. My resources... - complement Scotland's 1 plus 2 approach to Modern Languages but will be useful to Modern Language teachers worldwide - aim to support non-language specialists with audio (provided by myself!) in the PowerPoints and clear and simple vocabulary and grammar information - are specially designed to support dyslexic pupils

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Providing hundreds of easy to use French and Spanish resources for schools, non-language specialist primary teachers, tutors and home educators. My resources... - complement Scotland's 1 plus 2 approach to Modern Languages but will be useful to Modern Language teachers worldwide - aim to support non-language specialists with audio (provided by myself!) in the PowerPoints and clear and simple vocabulary and grammar information - are specially designed to support dyslexic pupils
World Cup - French - bundle
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World Cup - French - bundle

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This bundle includes: This 54-slide PowerPoint is a basic introduction to the World Cup in French - la Coupe du monde. *** Please note, the image in the preview might look a little different to the actual PowerPoint as TES seems to have changed the font etc. and made it look a little odd. *** It talks about where the World Cup is this year, when it takes place and which countries are involved in each group. Pupils then have the chance to guess the flags (according to each group) and design a football shirt or supporter’s face paint for a country of their choice. The bundle includes the worksheets for the shirt and face paint designs to make your life a little easier.
Countries in French - where I live PowerPoints
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Countries in French - where I live PowerPoints

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Two PowerPoints in French showing pupils how to say where they live in countries and in cities/towns. Model conversations are provided along with some guessing games. Countries are England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Spain, France, Greece, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Belgium and Italy.
French Living Things - Habitats PowerPoint
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French Living Things - Habitats PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint introduces nine habitats in French and gives examples of five animals living in each. It also comes with audio to support non-language specialists. The habitats are: polar regions, rainforest, ocean, forest, desert, coast, city, pond and farm. Also included in this unit: Adult and Baby Animals PowerPoint Adult Animals, Baby Animals and Habitats Vocabulary High Quality Labelled Photo Flashcards Adult and Baby Animals Vocabulary Cards Adults and their Babies Matching Vocabulary Cards Animals and Their Habitats Matching Game Or for best value check out the bundle For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.
FUN ACTIVITY! Past holidays - Spanish preterite tense reading, writing and speaking revision
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FUN ACTIVITY! Past holidays - Spanish preterite tense reading, writing and speaking revision

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These PowerPoints are a GREAT way to revise the preterite tense in Spanish and are jam-packed full of holiday vocabulary (100 slides in each). They are quite a fun way to end a class on a high or liven up a grammar point pupils often get bogged down with. Includes FREE "magic words" mini PowerPoint! Each PowerPoint can be used in a number of ways to practise reading, writing and speaking, making them superb value for money. They are also all fully editable so you can adapt them to the exact language your pupils need to revise. - The preterite tense PowerPoints each have an English and a Spanish version. - These are either in the first person singular (I) or plural (we) and there are combined PowerPoints containing both the "I" and "we" vocabulary to really make things exciting! - To work the PowerPoints you press "s" in slideshow mode and the presentation will start rapidly flashing through all the slides. To stop, you press "s" again and so on. Please note, the faster the computer, the faster the slides will change. - To practise reading, use a Spanish PowerPoint and pupils either read aloud or write down on a mini whiteboard whichever phrase it lands on in English. - To practise writing, use an English PowerPoint and pupils write down whichever phrase it lands on in Spanish. - To practise speaking, use either PowerPoint and pupils say the phrase aloud in Spanish (either reading directly or translating it into Spanish in their heads and then saying it aloud). - With the "Magic words" PowerPoint pupils could try to write or say a sentence including the magic word the PowerPoint stops on. The content is aimed at higher ability KS3 (lower secondary), GCSE/National 5 or basic revision for Higher students.
Café role plays in French
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Café role plays in French

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This resource comes with the following: • resource summary with suggested uses • dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint providing an example dialogue of a simple café role play with audio to support non-language specialists • clear vocabulary list with the dialogue from the PowerPoint • three differentiated menus (food items are the same, prices are differentiated) Suggested use: 1. Act out the role play from the PowerPoint with another member of staff and get pupils to guess what each part means. 2. Give each pupil the appropriate menu for their level. Go through it with them, identifying the foods and practising pronunciation. 3. If suitable for the age and stage, provide pupils with the vocabulary. Practise pronunciation. 4. Pupils either act out the dialogue provided or create their own using the menus. EXTENSION IDEAS: • Pupils design their own menus. • Get pupils to dress up, act out and film the role plays. • Include numeracy by: > making your own euros for pupils to use > create some maths worksheets based on the prices on the menus For more French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.
European Day of Languages Design Your Own Flag Sheets
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European Day of Languages Design Your Own Flag Sheets

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This activity is taking more of a creative approach allowing pupils to design their own flag. It comes in three forms: blank flag, English writing and French writing so pupils can work on whichever skill they need. For example, a pupil who loves football could draw himself playing football or a football pattern and underneath write, “Ce drapeau me représente car j’adore le foot. Je le joue avec mes copains…” etc. If you wanted to go all out you could find some old pillowcases, get the fabric paints out and turn these designs into real flags to hang around the school. Wouldn’t that be fun?! You might also be interested in: European Day of Languages Board Game European Day of Languages QR Code Quiz For amazing French and Spanish resources visit lovelanguage.
Spanish personalised Mother's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity
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Spanish personalised Mother's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity

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Pupils choose 8 petals to describe an important woman in their life, match them to the Spanish, decorate them and glue them to the flower template. The centre says “My mum is” but also has options for step-mum, carer and a blank option. All vocabulary is provided in English and Spanish, there is a vocabulary list and blank petals to add adjectives if needed. These could be made into a lovely personalised card. The image provided is of the French version of this card.
Regions of France - Research Activities
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Regions of France - Research Activities

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Do you want to broaden your pupils' knowledge of France while working on their research skills? This resource is really easy to use in your classroom – there are 13 printable worksheets covering the different regions of France and a blank sheet if pupils wish to research the overseas departments. Pupils can then undertake their own research (at home or in class) to find out more about a French region. Pupils are asked to: • find out what the French call that region • draw and colour the regional flag • find out the population, capital and large cities • mark the region on the map • provide interesting facts. This is great way for pupils to research other cultures.
Sports
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Sports

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19 flashcards covering the 20 sports in my Sports in French unit (Why 19? vélo = cyclisme = one picture)
Sports in French - dice
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Sports in French - dice

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Four dice templates covering sports in French. Two templates are image only, two are vocabulary only. Great for consolidating reading, writing and speaking.