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Places in the Town - French booklet
miriamw4ll

Places in the Town - French booklet

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This is one in a series of booklets which can be used by the teacher or a substitute teacher. Each booklet starts with a list of the vocabulary necessary to complete the booklet. Each booklet offers a variety of activities. Pupils can work through at their own pace. The activities will help the pupils to learn the vocabulary of that topic. I have made these booklets to leave for classes I have to miss due to meetings, illness etc. I have also used them myself when I just need a class to get on with something. Substitute teachers, even non-linguists, have reported back to me that the booklets work very well. If a pupil gets stuck the teacher can always find the answer in the booklet.
Spanish Hotels - Loop Game
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Spanish Hotels - Loop Game

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Set of cards to cut up and laminate. Each card has a picture and a phrase which do not match. Distribute the cards at random to pupils in the class. One pupil starts by saying the phrase on their card. The person who has the picture to illustrate what this person has said hold up their card. They then read their phrase and it goes round the class in a loop until it comes back to the first person. This encourages all pupils to say something. You can time the class to see if they can speed up the second and third times they play.
GCSE FRENCH - Life at School/ College - COLOUR MATCH
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GCSE FRENCH - Life at School/ College - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and French. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
Perfect tense with 'avoir' - Colour Match
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Perfect tense with 'avoir' - Colour Match

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This is a 3-way colour match sheet. Pupils find a phrase in French and two possible meanings in English. Eg. J'ai visité - I have visited - I visited There are some questions included and also negatives. Very useful to leave for a cover lesson. There is also a blank grid for pupils to fill in as they find the matches. Answers included.
GCSE FRENCH - Customs and Festivals - COLOUR MATCH
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GCSE FRENCH - Customs and Festivals - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and French. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
GCSE SPANISH - Me, My Family and Friends 1 (adjectives) - COLOUR MATCH
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GCSE SPANISH - Me, My Family and Friends 1 (adjectives) - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and Spanish. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
GCSE SPANISH - Global Issues (higher) - COLOUR MATCH
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GCSE SPANISH - Global Issues (higher) - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and Spanish. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
Dans Ma Ville BATTLESHIPS (French)
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Dans Ma Ville BATTLESHIPS (French)

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I use battleships for a variety of activities: 1. As a whole class activity to encourage speaking skills. To do this I project the grid on to the board in Smart Notebook. I choose five squares secretly and pupils have to try to guess which they are using target language only. When a square is guessed correctly I write the name of the person who guessed it in the square. When a square is guessed incorrectly I put a cross in that square. The five winners usually get a small reward. 2. For pair work to encourage speaking skills. I print copies of the grid, usually two to a page to save printing costs. Pupils play in pairs, each choosing five squares and taking it in turns to guess the others squares. The winner is the one who guesses all 5 chosen squares. 3. I use the small printed grids for listening practice exercises. On my own sheet I number squares 1-10. I then read out the sentences which lead to each of those squares and pupils have to write the numbers 1-10 in the correct boxes. I then display the answers on the grid on the board. Pupils can mark each other’s or their own
GCSE FRENCH - Technology  in Everyday Life - COLOUR MATCH
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GCSE FRENCH - Technology in Everyday Life - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and French. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
Spanish Booklet - El Cuerpo
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Spanish Booklet - El Cuerpo

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This is a 12 page booklet which can be used as such or as separate worksheets. It contains: 1. vocabulary of parts of the body 2. activities to practise the vocabulary 3. answers You can choose which sheets to put into a booklet and which order to put them in. I use about 5 sheets to make a booklet which I can leave for a substitute teacher in my absence. All the vocabulary is provided so pupils can get on with the work at their own pace.
GCSE SPANISH - Customs and Festivals - COLOUR MATCH
miriamw4ll

GCSE SPANISH - Customs and Festivals - COLOUR MATCH

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This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and Spanish. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
Les Passetemps - Hobbies Match-up
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Les Passetemps - Hobbies Match-up

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Qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire? This resource contains: 1. A list of hobbies and activities. 2. A page of pictures to match up to the vocabulary 3. A page practising giving your opinion of hobbies.
House and Home Presentation (Flashcards) FRENCH
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House and Home Presentation (Flashcards) FRENCH

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A 72 page presentation which I use to teach and practise the vocabulary of house and home. I also print and laminate them to make flashcards with or without the words. The cards can also be used as a match-up game. The slides are repeated without the words apart from the title slide making a total of 143 slides.
Present Tense of 'aller' BATTLESHIPS (French)
miriamw4ll

Present Tense of 'aller' BATTLESHIPS (French)

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I use battleships for a variety of activities: 1. As a whole class activity to encourage speaking skills. To do this I project the grid on to the board in Smart Notebook. I choose five squares secretly and pupils have to try to guess which they are using target language only. When a square is guessed correctly I write the name of the person who guessed it in the square. When a square is guessed incorrectly I put a cross in that square. The five winners usually get a small reward. 2. For pair work to encourage speaking skills. I print copies of the grid, usually two to a page to save printing costs. Pupils play in pairs, each choosing five squares and taking it in turns to guess the others squares. The winner is the one who guesses all 5 chosen squares. 3. I use the small printed grids for listening practice exercises. On my own sheet I number squares 1-10. I then read out the sentences which lead to each of those squares and pupils have to write the numbers 1-10 in the correct boxes. I then display the answers on the grid on the board. Pupils can mark each other’s or their own