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The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS3 version)
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The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS3 version)

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This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about French-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in French), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS4 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. IMPORTANT: For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you. Sample questions (in English) for each round (all are multiple choice): Round 1: Y’a pas photo ! Choose the best description for the image. (See preview images) Round 2: La Culture et La Société What currency do we use in France? Round 3: Les Sports Who of the following is not a famous football player? Round 4: Le Mot Juste What’s the correct response to “Ça va ?” Round 5: Chanter comme une casserole What‘s the name of the song that Barbaba Pravi sang to represent France in Eurovision this year? Round 6: Le Meilleur Traducteur Translate: I have long blond hair. Round 7: Vous êtes au courant ? Thomas Pesquet will be the first French captain of… what? (by the way, there are NO questions about coronavirus or the pandemic because I think we’ve all heard enough about that) Plus 5 more questions in the tie-breaker round! For full disclosure, these are the same as the 2019/2020 quiz. I think this will be the last completely new quiz I create. Coming up with new questions in certain sections is quite difficult. However, if I get the time, I will update this one next year (so if you have purchased it, you will be able to download a refreshed one). Not promising anything though! Queries, fill in form o: mjhaxby.uk If you bought the old question of the quiz and wrote a review, please get in touch!
The BIG Spanish Quiz 2021 (KS3 version)
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This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about Spanish-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in Spanish), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS4 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. IMPORTANT: For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you. Sample questions (in English) for each round (all are multiple choice): Round 1: Un imagen vale mil palabras Choose the best description for the image. (See preview images) Round 2: Cultura y Sociedad What is a tortilla de patatas? Round 3: Los Deportes La Copa América is an international football tournament. Where did it take place this year? Round 4: La Palabra Adecuada Who is the hermano de tu padre? Round 5: La Música What’s the name of the song that Blas Cantó sang to represent Spain in Eurovision this year? Round 6: La Traducción Translate: I have curly brown hair. Round 7: ¿Estáis eterados? ¿Quién es el rey de España? (by the way, there are NO questions about coronavirus or the pandemic because I think we’ve all heard enough about that) Plus 5 more questions in the tie-breaker round! For full disclosure, these are the same as the 2019/2020 quiz. I think this will be the last completely new quiz I create. Coming up with new questions in certain sections is quite difficult. However, if I get the time, I will update this one next year (so if you have purchased it, you will be able to download a refreshed one). Not promising anything though! Queries, fill in form: mjhaxby.uk If you bought the old question of the quiz and wrote a review, please get in touch!
The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS4/GCSE version)
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The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS4/GCSE version)

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This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about French-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in French), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS4 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. IMPORTANT: For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you. Sample questions (in English) for each round (all are multiple choice): Round 1: Y’a pas photo ! Choose the best description for the image. (See preview images) Round 2: La Culture et La Société What date is Mardi Gras this year? Round 3: Les Sports Which French-speaking country beat France in the Round of 16 of Euro 2020? Round 4: Le Mot Juste La danse est mon ______ préféré. Round 5: Chanter comme une casserole Quel duo français de musique électronique s’est séparé cette année ? Round 6: Le Meilleur Traducteur Translate: I have long blond hair. Round 7: Vous êtes au courant ? Thomas Pesquet will be the first French captain of… what? (by the way, there are NO questions about coronavirus or the pandemic because I think we’ve all heard enough about that) Plus 5 more questions in the tie-breaker round! For full disclosure, these are the same as the 2019/2020 quiz. I think this will be the last completely new quiz I create. Coming up with new questions in certain sections is quite difficult. However, if I get the time, I will update this one next year (so if you have purchased it, you will be able to download a refreshed one). Not promising anything though! Queries, fill in form o: mjhaxby.uk If you bought the old question of the quiz and wrote a review, please get in touch!
The BIG French Quiz 2020 (KS3 version)
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There is a new version of this quiz! I am keeping this one available for those who bought it in 2019 or 2020 and want to download it again. It will be on sale for the rest of July as a slightly cheaper option too.
The BIG & MINI French Christmas Quiz (KS4/GCSE Version)
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The BIG & MINI French Christmas Quiz (KS4/GCSE Version)

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Christmas is coming! I wasn’t quite satisfied with doing just one French Christmas quiz, so I made two! You can use the BIG Xmas Quiz (25 questions) to take up a whole lesson and the MINI Xmas Quiz (12 questions) to round off the second half of a Christmas lesson. I know that sometimes buying resources feels like a gamble, so I’ve put these two together so that you can be sure to get the lesson you need. Both quizzes are highly interactive. The BIG Xmas Quiz allows students to choose the order they do questions (advent calendar style) so they can aim for the questions with more points, but it’s up to you whether those points are just for the choosing team or whether everyone can go in. Personally, I like giving the first team ten seconds to answer then open it up to everyone else. The BIG Xmas Quiz also includes music (links to Youtube, make sure you enable external content when prompted) and some GCSE linked tasks (translation, describing pictures, culture) slyly slipped in. The MINI Xmas Quiz also teaches both language and cultural elements in an engaging, but also branches out beyond just Christmas themed questions. The question types also vary, but all involve minimal writing (multiple choice, order sorting, matching up images to text). The MINI Xmas Quiz also has a few more GCSE-influenced questions compared to the KS3 version, without sacrificing the fun (it is Christmas after all). Both quizzes come in Target Language and English versions. As well as these Key Stage 4 versions, there are also Key Stage 3 versions available separately or as part of a bundle. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The BIG Spanish Quiz 2021 (KS4/GCSE version)
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The BIG Spanish Quiz 2021 (KS4/GCSE version)

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This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about Spanish-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in Spanish), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS3 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. IMPORTANT: For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you. Sample questions (in English) for each round (all are multiple choice): Round 1: Un imagen vale mil palabras Choose the best description for the image. (See preview images) Round 2: Cultura y Sociedad What is an arepa? Round 3: Los Deportes Where is the biggest bullring in the world? Round 4: La Palabra Adecuada Which phrase is used to introduce an opinion? Round 5: La Música Which American rapper appeared in the Banda MS song, Qué Maldición? Round 6: La Traducción Last year, I played basketball. Round 7: ¿Estáis An originally Spanish brand of sweets is going to release a new drink this summer. Which brand is it? (by the way, there are NO questions about coronavirus or the pandemic because I think we’ve all heard enough about that) Plus 5 more questions in the tie-breaker round! For full disclosure, these are the same as the 2019/2020 quiz. I think this will be the last completely new quiz I create. Coming up with new questions in certain sections is quite difficult. However, if I get the time, I will update this one next year (so if you have purchased it, you will be able to download a refreshed one). Not promising anything though! Queries, fill in form o: mjhaxby.uk If you bought the old question of the quiz and wrote a review, please get in touch!
The BIG Spanish Quiz 2020 (KS3 version)
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The BIG Spanish Quiz 2020 (KS3 version)

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There is a new version of this quiz! I am keeping this one available for those who bought it in 2019 or 2020 and want to download it again. It will be on sale for the rest of July as a slightly cheaper option too.
Dream House Worksheet (+Powerpoint!)
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Dream House Worksheet (+Powerpoint!)

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A beautiful double-sided worksheet to get your students using language creatively. This is the perfect follow up to my Rooms of a house lesson (available for free here) and practices writing descriptions of pictures, vocabulary to do with a house, adjectives and prepositions. The worksheet folds up like a doll house, providing pupils with lots of rooms to label as they want and plenty of room to write the description of their house. It’s even possible to cut out the windows to see “inside”, because the front and back match up perfectly. Instructions for students: Fold the edges into the middle to build your house. Decide which room will be where and label them. Write a description of each floor. Add drawings and colour to show what each room is. This comes with a Powerpoint slide that gives the students all the instructions they need, so you can display this, check that they understand and then let them get on with it. I’ve found that this activity can easily take up a whole lesson and it’s entirely pupil-led, so you are free to go around the classroom, observe and help out. Kids love the creative side of it, but those who prefer not to do a lot of drawing are free to concentrate on the writing if they want. Make sure you print the sheet double-sided and with short-edge binding, otherwise the house won’t match up. See the gif included for a demonstration.
The BIG & MINI Spanish Christmas Quiz (KS4/GCSE version)
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The BIG & MINI Spanish Christmas Quiz (KS4/GCSE version)

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Christmas is coming! I wasn’t quite satisfied with doing just one Spanish Christmas quiz, so I made two! You can use the BIG Xmas Quiz (25 questions) to take up a whole lesson and the MINI Xmas Quiz (12 questions) to round off the second half of a Christmas lesson. I know that sometimes buying resources feels like a gamble, so I’ve put these two together so that you can be sure to get the lesson you need. Both quizzes are highly interactive. The BIG Xmas Quiz allows students to choose the order they do questions (advent calendar style) so they can aim for the questions with more points, but it’s up to you whether those points are just for the choosing team or whether everyone can go in. Personally, I like giving the first team ten seconds to answer then open it up to everyone else. The BIG Xmas Quiz also includes music (links to Youtube, make sure you enable external content when prompted) and some GCSE linked tasks (translation, describing pictures, culture) slyly slipped in. The Mini Xmas Quiz also teaches both language and cultural elements in an engaging way, but also branches out beyond just Christmas themed questions. The question types also vary, but all involve minimal writing (multiple choice, order sorting, matching up images to text). The Mini Xmas Quiz also has a few more GCSE-influenced questions compared to the KS3 version, without sacrificing the fun (it is Christmas after all). Both quizzes come in Target Language and English versions. As well as these Key Stage 4 versions, there are also Key Stage 3 versions available separately or as part of a bundle. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The BIG Spanish Quiz 2021 (KS3/KS4)
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The BIG Spanish Quiz 2021 (KS3/KS4)

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With both the KS3 and KS4 version of the BIG Quiz, each in both Target Language and English versions, here is a total of 4 different versions of the quiz, so you can adapt to every class! Item description: Ready for the end of the year? Or looking for something engaging to start September off with? This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about French-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in Spanish), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS4 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you.
The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS3/KS4)
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The BIG French Quiz 2021 (KS3/KS4)

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With both the KS3 and KS4 version of the BIG Quiz, each in both Target Language and English versions, here is a total of 4 different versions of the quiz, so you can adapt to every class! Item description: Ready for the end of the year? Or looking for something engaging to start September off with? This quiz includes 7 different rounds with a total of 35 questions, plus 5 bonus tie-breaker questions. Designed to be something fun for the end of the year, it nonetheless has educational value, teaching about French-speaking cultures and current affairs, and even sneaks in a bit of vocabulary and grammar (without ever mentioning the g word itself). One of the rounds includes links to YouTube videos, with the videos integrated into the Powerpoint. If you don’t have a version of Powerpoint that supports integrated online videos, the link for each one is given in the slide notes. The quiz is provided in two flavours: English language (questions and most answers in English) and Target Language (all questions and answers in Spanish), so you can pick the version that best fits your class. There is also a KS4 version available separately or as part of a bundle with this one. The rounds are split off into sections, making it is easy to move them around or skip to a particular part if you don’t think you’ll have time to do the whole thing. The answers are given at the end of each round, so you can quickly wrap up if you find yourselves short on time. For the videos to work, you must click Enable Content when powerpoint starts. All the images in this Powerpoint have either been created by me or carefully sourced from copyright-free or Creative Commons sources. Some slides are interactive and, as well as including videos and animation, have different images that will appear depending on which answer you select, to provide the pupils a clue. Please check the notes section for each slide as useful information is provided there for you. Sample questions (in English) for each round (all are multiple choice): Round 1: Y’a pas photo ! Choose the best description for the image. (See preview images) Round 2: La Culture et La Société KS3: What currency do we use in France? KS4:What date is Mardi Gras this year? Round 3: Les Sports KS3: Which is the following is not a famous football player? KS4: Which French-speaking country beat France in the Round of 16 of Euro 2020? Round 4: Le Mot Juste KS3: What’s the correct response to “Ça va ?” KS4: La danse est mon ______ préféré. Round 5: Chanter comme une casserole KS3: What‘s the name of the song that Barbaba Pravi sang to represent France in Eurovision this year? KS4: Quel duo français de musique électronique s’est séparé cette année ? Round 6: Le Meilleur Traducteur KS3: Translate: I have long blond hair. KS4: Unfortunately, I have to do my homework every night. Round 7: Vous êtes au courant ? KS3: Thomas Pesquet will be the first French captain of… what? KS4: Cette année, la France a passé une loi pour privilégier les voyages en _______ sur les voyages en avion. (by the way, there are NO questions about coronavirus or the pandemic because I think we’ve all heard enough about that)
The BIG & MINI Spanish Christmas Quiz (KS3 version)
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The BIG & MINI Spanish Christmas Quiz (KS3 version)

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Christmas is coming! I wasn’t quite satisfied with doing just one Spanish Christmas quiz, so I made two! You can use the BIG Xmas Quiz (25 questions) to take up a whole lesson and the Mini Xmas Quiz (12 questions) to round off the second half of a Christmas lesson. I know that sometimes buying resources feels like a gamble, so I’ve put these two together so that you can be sure to get the lesson you need. Both quizzes are highly interactive. The BIG Xmas Quiz allows students to choose the order they do questions (advent calendar style) so they can aim for the questions with more points, but it’s up to you whether those points are just for the choosing team or whether everyone can go in. Personally, I like giving the first team ten seconds to answer then open it up to everyone else. The BIG Xmas Quiz also includes music (links to Youtube, make sure you enable external content when prompted) and some GCSE linked tasks (translation, describing pictures, culture) slyly slipped in. The Mini Xmas Quiz also teaches both language and cultural elements in an engaging, but also branches out beyond just Christmas themed questions. The question types also vary, but all involve minimal writing (multiple choice, order sorting, matching up images to text). Both quizzes come in Target Language and English versions. As well as these Key Stage 3 versions, there are also KS4 versions available as a bundle. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Perfect vs Present Tense (Listen/Translate)
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Perfect vs Present Tense (Listen/Translate)

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Ever teach the perfect tense and then find they have forgotten the present tense straight after? Find that your pupils are bogged down by all the details of the perfect tense? This is an ideal lesson to introduce or, even better, re-introduce the perfect tense because it focuses on just one part of it and puts it directly in comparison with the present tense, so pupils can notice for themselves the differences between them. It gives the attention to meaning and pronunciation before dealing with form in a combined explicit and implicit approach. Lesson objective: To use the past tense to translate phrases with “have done” or “did” and compare it with the present. I used this lesson with both a year 8 class and a year 9 class who had already seen the perfect tense before, but badly needed to review it. I’ve since tidied up the layout, added new images and added extra optional activities. The lesson also comes with an extended worksheet, which you could give to a whole class, just those pupils who won’t easily be able to get down or to any students who miss the lesson. Like all my lessons, it uses easily-recognisable icons to help support a Target Language environment. Instructions are given in TL, often with the English translation – I recommend deleting the translation for classes who don’t need it! The lesson also includes detailed slide-by-slide comments, with explanations and tips for delivery. There is a crossword to print for the starter activity, but if you prefer, you can sub this out for the alternative starter, which requires no printing. The recording for the listening activity is included in the powerpoint and as a separate file, but you can also listen to it here: https://rhinospike.com/audio_requests/jaimepapier/50584/ NOTE: In the version for download, I have increased the length of the pauses. The font Trebuchet MS is required to view this powerpoint and the worksheets correctly. This is usually pre-installed on Windows or with Office.
Spanish BASICS Language Mat
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Spanish BASICS Language Mat

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A language mat to stick on the table or hand out to help pupils with the basics. My pupils find the target language section particularly useful.
Present vs Future Tense (Listen/Translate)
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Present vs Future Tense (Listen/Translate)

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Ever teach the perfect tense and then find they have forgotten the present tense straight after? Find that your pupils are bogged down by all the details of the perfect tense? This is an ideal lesson to introduce or, even better, re-introduce the future tense with ‘ir’ because it focuses on just part of it and puts it directly in comparison with the present tense, so pupils can notice for themselves the differences between them. It gives the attention to meaning and pronunciation before dealing with form in a combined explicit and implicit approach. Lesson objective: Analyse spoken sentences to compare the present and the future in Spanish and form the future tense. I used this lesson with both a year 8 class and a year 9 class who had already seen the future tense before, but needed to be reintroduced. I’ve since tidied up the layout, added new images and added extra optional activities. The lesson also comes with an optional extended worksheet, which you could give to a whole class, just those pupils who won’t easily be able to get down or to any students who miss the lesson. Like all my lessons, it uses easily-recognisable icons to help support a Target Language environment. Instructions are given in TL, often with the English translation – I recommend deleting the translation for classes who don’t need it! The lesson also includes detailed slide-by-slide comments, with explanations and tips for delivery. There is a crossword to print for the starter activity, but if you prefer, you can sub this out for the alternative starter, which requires no printing. The recording for the listening activity is included in the powerpoint and as a separate file, but you can also listen to it here: https://rhinospike.com/audio_requests/jaimepapier/50541/ NOTE: In the version for download, I have slowed down the recording slightly and added extra pauses. The font Trebuchet MS is required to view this powerpoint and the worksheets correctly. This is usually pre-installed on Windows or with Office.
Perfect Tense with Être Pack
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Perfect Tense with Être Pack

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Includes two lessons on the perfect tense with être, which can be used sequentially or with different classes, as well as the full set of Hill of Être resources. Note that some smaller versions of the Hill of Être resource are included in the two lessons. The Introduction lesson includes a colour version, large enough to display on a Powerpoint (but not to print high quality). The Independent lesson includes this as well as an A5-sized B&W version. With this pack, you gain larger versions of these, as well as an extra powerpoint and a desktop background, for less than the same price as the two lessons individually.
The BIG & MINI French Christmas Quiz (KS3 version)
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The BIG & MINI French Christmas Quiz (KS3 version)

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Christmas is coming! I wasn’t quite satisfied with doing just one French Christmas quiz, so I made two! You can use the BIG Xmas Quiz (25 questions) to take up a whole lesson and the Mini Xmas Quiz (12 questions) to round off the second half of a Christmas lesson. I know that sometimes buying resources feels like a gamble, so I’ve put these two together so that you can be sure to get the lesson you need. Both quizzes are highly interactive. The BIG Xmas Quiz allows students to choose the order they do questions (advent calendar style) so they can aim for the questions with more points, but it’s up to you whether those points are just for the choosing team or whether everyone can go in. Personally, I like giving the first team ten seconds to answer then open it up to everyone else. The BIG Xmas Quiz also includes music (links to Youtube, make sure you enable external content when prompted) and some GCSE linked tasks (translation, describing pictures, culture) slyly slipped in. The Mini Xmas Quiz also teaches both language and cultural elements in an engaging, but also branches out beyond just Christmas themed questions. The question types also vary, but all involve minimal writing (multiple choice, order sorting, matching up images to text). Both quizzes come in Target Language and English versions. As well as these Key Stage 3 versions, there are also Key Stage 4 versions available separately or as part of a bundle. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The BIG Spanish Quiz 2020 (KS4/GCSE version)
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The BIG Spanish Quiz 2020 (KS4/GCSE version)

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There is a new version of this quiz! I am keeping this one available for those who bought it in 2019 or 2020 and want to download it again. It will be on sale for the rest of July as a slightly cheaper option too.
French Numbers 1-10
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French Numbers 1-10

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Numbers in French designed to look like their pronunciation or spelling (e.g. the number 5 is sinking; sank). Use as flashcards (you can easily hide the numbers at the top and bottom with your hands) or display on the wall. Intended for primary school audience, but could work in secondary school as well. A4 size, but you could also print them A5 for using in one-to-one sessions.