This is another of my verb card races. You need to print off some sets of the cards, cut them out and laminate them. Pupils then race each other to pick up the cards to match what they see on the screen. I have mine move their cards to an answer board to stop them from copying others and then you can award points to whoever has the right cards on display. It encourages a good sense of competition, can be used again and again, and makes verb drills fun. (Requires knowledge of present, preterite, near future, future and imperfect tenses)
This is adapted from a Ppt I have already uploaded. It includes three tenses in this one and i have also uploaded a board game to practise the vocabulary and which also includes the modal verbs devoir, pouvoir and vouloir.
Over 150 General Conversation questions for the new AQA GCSE.
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This is just a Spanish version of the French game I uploaded. You can edit it to suit your groups. All they need are counters and dice. Throw the die and move forward and give the Spanish. If they cannot answer they move back three spaces. First to finish wins.
Please let me know if you spot any mistakes.
This is a little activity i give to my class after we have practised the present tense of regular er verbs. I give them the list of verbs and encourage them to create their story based around the verbs rather than the other way round.
If you check their French before they draw the pictures they can provide the basis of a very colourful display.
Describing injuries in the perfect tense. For use with module 3 of expo 3 rouge. Powerpoint with examples of longer sentences and noughts and crosses game. Worksheet can be filled in after the presentation as consolidation.
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Lesson to revise the rooms in the house and then using the Simpsons house to discuss where people are. Based on module 4 from Studio 2 vert. Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking activities are on the sheets as well as the Presentation. Do let me know if you see any mistakes.
This is a checklist I give to my class when they are writing or preparing passages which may later be used to create drafts for assessments. The box for controlled assessment phrases refers to the lists of useful coursework phrases from mfl Sunderland.
This is just a little board game to encourage independent learning and speaking in pairs. It is based on the 2nd module in the Mira 3 Rojo book which covers school and education. Pupils will need a dice and counters. I float round the classroom whilst they play and they use me as a referee in case of a challenge. More able pupils can also play the role of ref once they feel comfortable with the vocabulary. Get a question wrong go back 3 spaces.
This is a fast paced activity reviewing the present conjugation of irregular verbs. There are over 100 slides and five games to play. Slides give the English and pupils have ten seconds to find the French. The presentation is easily adaptable and can be used either as a whole lesson or as several short activities within a lesson. You can come back to it as often as you like. It helps pupils to perfect their translation of verbs in preparation for exams and helps boost confidence when speaking.
A very visual presentation and accompanying worksheets designed to encourage pupils to build up their sentnces rather than translate them directly from English. Using the Bake Off as a reference, pupils look at how to make their cake (the sentence) using a variety of ingredients (structures). I use the verb/ subject base (if the verb is not quite right then the cake sinks in the middle). There is a table of different structures for pupils to translate and identify before they create their own sentences.