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I am teacher of MFL and I really enjoy creating resources to improve the learning of my students and to help other teachers do the same. While I have resources available for free, I also sell a variety for French, Spanish, and English as a Foreign Language. At the moment, I am just getting started with the sharing of my resources, so be on the look out for more coming soon :) I hope to help teachers and their students all around the world with my resources! Thank you for visiting, enjoy!

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I am teacher of MFL and I really enjoy creating resources to improve the learning of my students and to help other teachers do the same. While I have resources available for free, I also sell a variety for French, Spanish, and English as a Foreign Language. At the moment, I am just getting started with the sharing of my resources, so be on the look out for more coming soon :) I hope to help teachers and their students all around the world with my resources! Thank you for visiting, enjoy!
Les élections présidentielles en France 2022
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Les élections présidentielles en France 2022

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The lesson is for students who have a good command/understanding of the French language. I would suggest advanced students of iGCSE French, AS Level, and even A Level. I wanted students to have a clear understanding of the different parties in the French political system and to be able to talk about the upcoming elections. Students will understand what parties are running, what their general ideologies are, and will talk or write about what they understood from them. They will become familiar with terms used in the French administration when it comes to voting. They will read and be assessed on their understanding on how the vote functions in France. Students will have the opportunity to present their ideas on politics but also in different areas. It can be an oral presentation followed by a debate between students for example. I wanted the students to be able to prepare a monologue as this can be a topic they might want to choose for an oral examination such as the iGCSE or even AS Level. They will have the vocabulary to do so as they will have a good understanding of all the parties. There is a basic grammar point, further explaining the comparative and the superlative. Please be aware that there is not a full explanation on it, I just give examples of sentences for students to remember how to structure the grammar point. Students will be able to analyse and make sentences with the statistics provided, using the grammar points: the comparative and the superlative. The document contains 18 pages in a PDF format. There is also a Word document called “Correction” where I write answers for two exercises. The main idea for this resource is for students to understand the elections in 2022 and be able to talk about it. More resources will follow on the topic as we get to this political event.
Grammaire - Imparfait  - KS3
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Grammaire - Imparfait - KS3

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Who it’s for: I created an infographic as well as exercises on the imperfect tense. It is very good for teachers starting to introduce this tense to their students or just want to do a recap grammar lesson. After the explanation of the grammar point, you can leave the students to work on their own as the exercises can definitely be done independently. It worked quite with my homeschoolers. After the first exercise together, they could go through the others on their own. **Included : ** Infographic about the imperfect tense 10 exercises on a Word document (levelled) Correction is included This exercise is excellent for: Year 8 - 9 - 10 (i)GCSE and GCSE students Ab Initio Language B This exercise matches all types of curricula . Differentiation: The exercises are levelled from “Easy” to “A bit more challenging”. There is also a vocabulary list, or words translated from the different texts I have written so the students understand what they are reading. Practical tips : • You can use this exercise as a homework too. • Can be done as a group activity or a pair activity. Students can work independently I would love to hear how this activity went with your students so please leave a review or rate it :) Thanks and enjoy!
Les Gilets Jaunes - Reading Comprehension  and Speaking
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Les Gilets Jaunes - Reading Comprehension and Speaking

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Who it’s for : This reading comprehension is for teachers who are teaching a higher level of French. It is good for students with good French reading and speaking skills, as it talks about the current French movement : the Yellow Vests. **Included : ** A reading comprehension about the Yellow Vests. A vocabulary search from the text. (Vocabulary that the students can re-use in their speaking and writing) A true and false exercise. Questions about the text (2) and questions for them to think about the movement and their country. Full correction of the 3 exercises. The learning objectives : Comprehend the actual situation of France. Identify where the problems are coming from/ what the problems are. Examine and investigate how we can solve the problems. Other information: I also recorded myself reading the text so the students have a better idea on how to pronounce some of the words they might not be sure about. There is also a video that I uploaded. It is also a good exercise for your students as it shows different “messages” that they can analyse. (Some of the photos are repeated in the video) This exercise is excellent for: (i)GCSE and GCSE students with high abilities AS Level A Level Ab Initio Language B This exercise matches all types of curricula as it is part of the “Economic and Social Development” of France. Practical tips : Some of the questions in exercise 2 can be used as a speaking task. Exercise 1 can be done with or without a dictionary.
French Reading Comprehension - Family
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French Reading Comprehension - Family

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This reading comprehension is for Year 6 and 7. You could include as part of an exam or as a homework. It is a short text that you can modify with comprehension questions. The main topic is “Family” I also included a recording of the text. https://www.nlang-education.com/
Focus : Ile de la Réunion - Reading and Writing / Speaking
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Focus : Ile de la Réunion - Reading and Writing / Speaking

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who it’s for: This reading comprehension is for teachers who are teaching a higher level of French. It is good for students to practice their reading and writing / speaking skills. It is oriented on: Reunion Island. **Included : ** A reading comprehension A research exercise The learning objectives : Study the history of the island Explore the origins of its people Research and produce a similar piece of writing Compare a French island and a British island This exercise is excellent for: (i)GCSE and GCSE students AS Level A Level Ab Initio Language B This exercise matches all types of curricula as it is part of the “The International World". Practical tips : You can use this exercise as a homework too. You can show the students a promotional video about the island : “île de la Réunion Tourisme Vidéo” it will take you straight to it!
Near Future Tense in French - Revision and Exercises
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Near Future Tense in French - Revision and Exercises

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This document contains 3 pages. The correction is included. It would be good for teachers who would like to recap the tense and add a little bit of practice. For Year 7 and Year 8, this worksheet would be a good practice. (It would take more or less 40 minutes to complete depending on the level of your students) It would be a good revision for students in Year 9. (That would take you about more or less 20 minutes to go through it) There is a short explanation on the tense structure including the two verbs/auxiliaries “être” and “avoir”. There are three exercises provided with correction. The correction is provided in a different Word document so teachers can either give it as a homework including the answers or not. The document does not include a topic in particular, the sentences are accessible to all students from Year 7 onwards. I believe that students would required minimum help from their teacher. Students should be able to work independently on this worksheet. https://www.nlang-education.com/
Environnement - KS4 - French
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Environnement - KS4 - French

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Who it is for: Teachers who are teaching the environment and the consequences of the climate change/global warming. What is included: Vocabulary sheet to complete with keywords Speaking activity with general questions about the climate change A short reading with an exercise for (I)GCSE A listening about the pollution and exercise for (I)GCSE Writing activity about the environment Learning objectives: Evaluate your knowledge about the environment Interact with your partner about the environment Produce a piece of writing about the solutions we can find for the problems of the environment Differentiation opportunities: Vocabulary list that can be given to the students instead of letting students filling in the grid Images to give students ideas on how to talk about Transcript of the listening is provided if necessary Real facts about the pollution is given for their writing task Curriculum : CIE Others Practical tips: There is a correction for the teacher for all the questions with guidance on the correction. The vocabulary list can be given with or without the answers
Le petit déjeuner - Partitive - Full Lesson - Exercices
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Le petit déjeuner - Partitive - Full Lesson - Exercices

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Who it’s for: Teachers that are introducing “meals” in French to KS3 students. What’s included : A PPT presentation with 19 slides A Word document and a PDF version with 10 exercises for the students to complete. A PDF document with all the vocabulary from the lesson (11 words) 2 audio tracks (MP3) Corrections for the teacher Why it’s useful: Teachers can go through the vocabulary and let the students practice on their own. They can do a lesson with the four skills. The teacher can interact with the students and assess their knowledge with the activities. The students can do a self-assessment of their knowledge after the speaking part. They can write down how well they did and this will help teachers understand how their students are learning and how well they do/did on this lesson. Learning objectives: Identify the food Comprehend the vocabulary and the grammar Demonstrate your knowledge through the activities Differentiation opportunities: Use of colours for the students to see what is highlighted in this lesson PPT miniature on the Word document so the students know where the lesson is at Translation of difficult words Student with difficulties can work with the vocabulary sheet Links to curricula: NC Any international curriculum Practical tips: The lesson should take you a full hour. The students can finish the worksheet at home too. You can move the activities from the PPT. I put them in an order that I think makes sense but it really depends on your students and how they learn best. Please leave a review to tell me how your lesson went! Thank you :) This lesson is also sold on my Facebook store for a reduced price: https://www.facebook.com/commerce/products/1602749793161504/
Voix active et voix passive - KS4 - Grammaire - Lesson - Exercises
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Voix active et voix passive - KS4 - Grammaire - Lesson - Exercises

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Who it is for: Teachers who would like to introduce the active and passive voice to their students. The lesson as well as the exercises were thought to gradually understand the grammar point and practice with leveled exercises. What’s included: Infographics with a recap of the grammar point Worksheet (leveled) with 10 exercises in total in Word document and PDF The sentences used for each exercise are themed. In the worksheet, you can find these themes: Healthy Food, Food, Employment in France, Festivals, Shopping, Travels, and School. Why is it useful: For any types of curriculum, the passive or active voices come in exams. I find it very useful for AS Level students taking their exam with CIE, as they are asked to rephrase sentences in which this grammar point often appears. Learning objectives: Understand the sentence structure and the grammatical terms Recognise the passive and active voice Analyse the sentence structure Comprehend the pattern of the sentence transformation Produce sentences in the active and passive voice Rephrase from active to passive and passive to active Differentiation opportunities: Levelled activities Use of colours to show the sentence structure in the active and passive voice Infographic that students can use for practice Curriculum: CIE NC Language B (IB) Practical tips: I would recommend assisting the students during the lesson even if the activities can be done independently. The colour documents are better but I completely understand if you cannot print colour for an entire class! You can display it on an interactive whiteboard too! You have a full lesson with all the resources. Finally, please leave a review or a comment on how it went with your students! Enjoy the resource :) Also available for a reduced price on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lhlanguages/shop/?rt=19
La nature - Environnement - Pollution
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La nature - Environnement - Pollution

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Who it’s for : This little booklet is for teachers who are teaching to Year 9 to (i)GCSE level. It is good for students with good French reading and speaking skills. The topic I focused on is : Environment **Included : ** Short exercises about the weather and seasons, and where you live Writing practice for your students Challenging exercises with question words Reading comprehension with exercise Practice on the vocabulary about nature Opportunity for students to write about nature A vocabulary list about the topic with more than 100 words All they need to prepare a presentation / monologue on the topic “nature - environment pollution” Correction for the short exercises The learning objectives : Identify the words in relation to nature and use them in speaking activities Produce sentences using the vocabulary accurately Study a French weather forecast and report the weather using the visual cues and the vocabulary list Adapt and create your own paragraph Discover new words Get cultural knowledge with the reading comprehension Combine information to get a monologue or a writing assignment. This exercise is excellent for: (i)GCSE and GCSE students with high abilities AS Level Ab Initio Language B This exercise matches all types of curricula, for (i)GCSE, it is “The natural world, the environment, the climate and the weather” , which is in “Area C : The world around us” for Y10. Practical tips : The last question can also be a writing assignment. Some of the worksheet can be worked independently as the vocabulary list covers all the words that students need. https://www.nlang-education.com/?s=la+nature
Imparfait in French - Revision and Exercises
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Imparfait in French - Revision and Exercises

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This document contains 3 pages. The correction is included. It would be good for teachers who would like to recap the tense and add a little bit of practice. For Year 7 and Year 8, this worksheet would be a good practice. (It would take more or less 40 minutes to complete depending on the level of your students) It would be a good revision for students in Year 9. (That would take you about more or less 20 minutes to go through it) There is a short explanation on the tense structure including the two verbs/auxiliaries “être” and “avoir”. There are three exercises provided with correction. The correction is provided in a different Word document so teachers can either give it as a homework including the answers or not. The document does not include a topic in particular, the sentences are accessible to all students from Year 7 onwards. I believe that students would required minimum help from their teacher. Students should be able to work independently on this worksheet. https://www.nlang-education.com/
Les élections européennes mai 2019 - AS - A Level
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Les élections européennes mai 2019 - AS - A Level

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Who it is for: Teachers who would like to inform their students about the upcoming European elections. It looks into how to vote and who the French people are voting for. It explains how the EU works, as well. What’s included: 1 article - The European Elections (1 exercise) 1 article - How to Vote and the Voting Process (4 exercises + correction) Some illustrations about the institutions within the articles Why it is useful: To inform about voting trends in France Study the function of the EU in the target language Discuss the upcoming elections and its effects, for example, Brexit Learning Objectives: Understanding the formal language used to talk about EU institutions Analyse and demonstrate your knowledge and understanding through the exercises Discuss and/or debate about the different themes that surround these elections Differentiation opportunities: Illustrations Organised article to clearly show the important parts to study Curriculum : All
Writing - French - Year 7 - 9 - Exercises - Correction
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Writing - French - Year 7 - 9 - Exercises - Correction

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Who it’s for Teachers doing a recap with KS3 students about the topic : “Je me présente” What’s included A reading about Julie. She introduces herself, her parents, her brother and talk about school, and what she does after school. Exercises (3) and a writing to do. For students with low ability, I have underlined the words they need to change. Correction for all the exercises and a suggestion on how to correct the writing. Learning objectives Analyse and recognise words and sentences from the topic Use words they know or new words into their own writing Comprehend that words expressing opinions and other grammar points are important. It shows their understanding of the language and their ability. Produce a similar type of text about them differentiation opportunities When evaluating the answers to the questions, you can allow just words or sentences depending on the level of the students. I also underlined words that the students need to change to adapt the writing. Curriculum : All Practical tips Could be used as an end of term exam, or part of an end of year exam. I wouldn’t advise to give the full activity as a homework as students may need some guidance on the writing.
IGCSE - French - Role Play - Épicerie
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IGCSE - French - Role Play - Épicerie

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Who it’s for: Speaking Role Plays for (i)GCSE exam preparation. **Included : ** • 5 Role plays This exercise is excellent for: (i)GCSE and GCSE students. Keywords: Épicerie Vendeur Demander quantité Fruits et autres aliments Learning objectives: Comprehend the task. Analyse the vocabulary required. Produce questions and answers according to the task. The role plays are adapted from the ones taken from the past papers. They are bit more challenging for your students. The vocabulary used in the official past papers is easier than the one I used. They could be a good revision for your students.
Present Tense French - Revision and Exercises
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Present Tense French - Revision and Exercises

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This document contains 4 pages. The correction is included. It would be good for teachers who would like to recap the tense and add a little bit of practice. For Year 7 and Year 8, this worksheet would be a good practice. (It would take more or less 40 minutes to complete depending on the level of your students) It would be a good revision for students in Year 9. (That would take you about more or less 20 minutes to go through it) There is a short explanation on the tense structure including the two verbs/auxiliaries “être” and “avoir”. There are three exercises provided with correction. The correction is provided in a different Word document so teachers can either give it as a homework including the answers or not. The document does not include a topic in particular, the sentences are accessible to all students from Year 7 onwards. I believe that students would required minimum help from their teacher. Students should be able to work independently on this worksheet.
Passé Composé  - Full Lesson - French - KS3 - Exercises - Correction - Infographics
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Passé Composé - Full Lesson - French - KS3 - Exercises - Correction - Infographics

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Who it’s for: I created an infographic as well as exercises on the present perfect tense in French. It is very good for teachers starting to introduce this tense to their students or just want to do a recap grammar lesson. After the explanation of the grammar point, you can leave the students to work on their own as the exercises can definitely be done independently. It worked quite well with my home schoolers. After the first exercise together, they could go through the others on their own. **Included : ** Infographic about the present perfect tense in French Infographic (poster) about the present perfect tense in French 10 exercises on a Word document (leveled) Correction is included This exercise is excellent for: Year 8 - 9 - 10 (i)GCSE and GCSE students Ab Initio Language B This exercise matches all types of curricula . Differentiation: The exercises are leveled from " Easy " to “A bit more challenging”. There is also a vocabulary list, or words translated from the different texts I have written so the students understand what they are reading. Practical tips : • You can use this exercise as a homework too. • Can be done as a group activity or a pair activity. Students can work independently I would love to hear how this activity went with your students so please leave a review or rate it :) Thanks and enjoy! This resource is also available on my Facebook store for a reduced price: https://www.facebook.com/lhlanguages/shop/?rt=19
Verbos en presente -ar -er -ir y ejercicios
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Verbos en presente -ar -er -ir y ejercicios

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The resource is ideal for teachers who want to teach the present tense in Spanish for the -ar, -er, and -ir verbs. There is a clear document with all the endings highlighted and pleasant to look at. I have also added exercises that will make the students understand how to form the verbs. This is ideal for KS3 as an introduction This is ideal for a quick revision for KS4. The lesson should take one hour with KS3 and maybe 20 minutes with KS4. This is a good lesson for K12 students as well. This worksheet can also be given as a homework. Curricula : Cambridge International Examination All other curricula
En ville - liste de vocabulaire
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En ville - liste de vocabulaire

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This is a list with all the vocabulary about “town”. It contains 2 slides and they are divided into masculine and feminine words as well as graphics to illustrate the words. There is also a tiny grammar box on each slide to remind the students about the use of “un” and “une”. https://www.facebook.com/commerce/products/2200406716669868/?rid=2136062379965751&rt=6 I also sell this resource on my Facebook page!
Passé Composé with Être - Revision and Exercises
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Passé Composé with Être - Revision and Exercises

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This document contains 4 pages. The correction is included. It would be good for teachers who would like to recap the tense and add a little bit of practice. For Year 7 and Year 8, this worksheet would be a good practice. (It would take more or less 40 minutes to complete depending on the level of your students) It would be a good revision for students in Year 9. (That would take you about more or less 20 minutes to go through it) There is a short explanation on the tense structure including the two verbs/auxiliaries “être” and “avoir”. There are three exercises provided with correction. The correction is provided in a different Word document so teachers can either give it as a homework including the answers or not. I also included all the verbs that are used with être in full with their past participles and agreements. The document does not include a topic in particular, the sentences are accessible to all students from Year 7 onwards. I believe that students would required minimum help from their teacher. Students should be able to work independently on this worksheet.