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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
French personalised Mother's Day card - adjectives and dictionary skills activity
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French 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 French, 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 French, there is a vocabulary list and blank petals to add adjectives if needed. These could be made into a lovely personalised 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.
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.
French All About Me gap fill readings and writing activity
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French All About Me gap fill readings and writing activity

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1) Basic gap fill text covering name, age, birthday, where I live, family and pets. Answers provided on separate sheet and as QR codes so pupils can self-mark. 2) Verbs gap fill with answers on separate sheet. 3) All About Me writing activity following the structure of the previous two worksheets.
Pets in Spanish - PowerPoints
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Pets in Spanish - PowerPoints

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Two PowerPoints in Spanish introducing pets. The first answers the question, "¿Tienes animales?" and the second introduces ten animals, "some", "I dont have a pet" and how to say what animals are called in singular and plural. Model conversations are provided along with some guessing games. Both PowerPoints also include audio to support non-language specialists.
Age in French - numbers 1-10 - worksheets
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Age in French - numbers 1-10 - worksheets

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Nine worksheets on numbers 1-10 and age in French. Different levels to allow for differentiation. *Note: The gap fill activities require the teacher to provide some dialogue. There are three levels of sheet so one activity can be completed in a mixed ability classroom.
Countries in French - where you live worksheets
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Countries in French - where you live worksheets

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Five worksheets on where you live in French. Different levels to allow for differentiation. *Note: The gap fill activities require the teacher to provide some dialogue. There are three levels of sheet so one activity can be completed in a mixed ability classroom.
Market role plays in French
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Market role plays in French

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This resource comes with the following: • resource summary and suggested uses • dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint introducing basic quantities and packaging in French. Also provided is an example dialogue of a simple market role play with audio to support non-language specialists • clear vocabulary list with the dialogue from the PowerPoint • high quality, illustrated flashcards of basic quantities and packaging • basic quantities and packaging matching cards Suggested use: 1. Introduce basic quantities and packaging with either the PowerPoint or the flashcards. 2. Play games using the flashcards to reinforce the vocabulary (guessing games, chanting, corners, etc.) 3. The matching activity can be used to support weaker pupils as each pair of cards has a unique edge to facilitate the matching. 4. Act out the role play from the PowerPoint with another member of staff and get pupils to guess what each part means. 5. If suitable for the age and stage, provide pupils with the vocabulary. Practise pronunciation. 6. Pupils either act out the dialogue provided or create their own. EXTENSION IDEAS: • Pupils make their own food items to buy. • Get pupils to dress up, act out and film the role plays. • Pupils create their own pairs games, increasing the vocabulary covered (e.g. a packet of biscuits/pasta etc.) • Include numeracy by: > making your own euros for pupils to use and correctly exchange. 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.