This is a bingo game that can be used during speaking sessions with senior year students. The idea is to cross off as many boxes as possible by using the phrases/tenses/specific vocabulary correctly. It encourages students to think about their range of language whilst they debate.
It can be adapted for all ranges and to suit all topics.
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.
I cannot claim credit for the original as this is adapted from a Spanish Ppt on ar verbs. It is full of questions and includes vocabulary relevant to most able pupils in KS3 and KS4 and could serve as revision for 6th formers.
This is a paired speaking activity which I give to pupils once we have covered er verbs and negative sentences from Expo 1. All you need is some post it notes and there is a speaking frame which may be taken away from more able pupils.
A PowerPoint lesson revising the future tense, practising prepositions with towns and countries (à, au, aux, en) and introducing the conditional to talk about dream holidays, based on unit 7 of Tricolore Total 4 but can be used with any course.
Lesson talking about dates to revise the perfect tense. Titeuf and Nadia go out on a date and there is an exercise to complete based on an episode of Titeuf (link on PowerPoint). Includes, reading, writing, speaking and listening activities. We use it with Studio 3 rouge.\nDo let me know if you spot any errors.
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.
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 complete game which I edited from a template I found online. There are 5 categories and this is suitable for playing midway through the first term of learning French. The music section does not have the sound files on the actual powerpoint, but they are easy to find online and embed yourself (let me know if you find this difficult).
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