PowerPoint and accompanying workpack designed to encourage pupils to use a variety of complex structures in their spoken and written French. An extremely useful reference and revision tool for pupils to use as part of their exam preparation. The presentation is designed so that teachers can deliver a set of structures at a time in any order they please. You could also upload it to your VLE for pupils to access independently. Please do let me know if you spot any mistakes.
Includes exercises and notes on: negative expressions, direct object pronouns, relative pronouns, comparative, superlative, adverbs, connectives, emphatic pronouns, après avoir + infinitive, avant de + infinitive, continuous present, time expressions
Game board enabling pupils to revise key vocabulary for the topic of Lifestyle. All you need is a die and some counters. I print the boards out in colour A3 size and laminate them. Can be used for any language. I have uploaded four other boards for the other topics too. Very good for independent learning, encouraging spontaneous speaking (group talk) and GCSE revision.
Do let me know if you think it needs altering in any way.
Game board enabling pupils to revise key vocabulary for the topic of Education and work. All you need is a die and some counters. I print the boards out in colour A3 size and laminate them. Can be used for any language. I have uploaded boards for the other GCSE topics too. Very good for independent learning, encouraging spontaneous speaking (group talk) and GCSE revision. Do let me know if you think it needs altering in any way.
From Mira 2 Module 2 Chapter 1, this PowerPoint presents vocabulary for places in a town and revisits the verb ir. The near future is introduced with activities and there is an exercise on the PowerPoint as well as a reinforcement worksheet.
NEW VERSION ADDED We print these in A3 and have them on every table in every classroom. I have used suggested phrases from lots of sources as well as my own.
The pupils use the mats regularly during group talk activities and their spontaneous use of language has increased significantly.
I always use this song to teach the future tense as it really helps students with the pronunciation of the tense. The infinitive verbs are given and students have to identify the correct form of the future tense after hearing the song.
These excellent resources come from 1jour1actu.com and are aimed at French pupils from CM1 and CM2. Ideally suited for use with A2 students, they cover the topics of poverty, education (the school day), politics, the freedom of speech and equal rights for girls and boys.
To accompany Studio 2 vert Module 5 unite 5 - unit is based on a talent show. To encourage using a variety of structures (verb + infinitive). Ppt and worksheets. Requires knowledge of devoir, aller, pouvoir, vouloir (half paradigm only). Includes blockbusters games as consolidation at the end.
More on Les Ecogestes. Some reading comprehension on how to help the environment in the home. There is a link to a website with an light-hearted sketch on saving water though imaginary showering. Not to everybody's taste, so I have put the English transcript on a different worksheet.\nplease let me know if you have any suggestions for improvements.
This is another of my verb card races. Print off the cards from the word doc and get groups to compete against each other to get the translations right. It uses the verb 'porter' as an example and requires knowledge of the present, perfect, imperfect, future and near future.
This is adapted from an excellent handbook for Spanish I found on the TES.\nIt contains advice on how to organize notes, essay planning, essay questions and specific notes on how to revise for each section of the paper.
A worked example of ideas in response to a stimulus card on tattoos and physical appearance. I used it for revision on how to prepare answers for the speaking examination. Can be used as a brainstorm of ideas.
This is just a reference sheet which I supply to my year 7 after having introduced -er verbs. It is visually more interesting than most things I found on the net. It also includes my verb flower (an idea I pinched from someone else years ago!). I have large coloured verb flowers stuck on the wall of my classroom.
This worksheet includes a link to a video which teaches young French children about the occupation. The questions and information come from the Association Charles de Gaulle and the French Ministry of Education.