This multiple-choice quiz contains 30 questions. However, each time you open it, it will randomly select 10 questions from the list of 30, and will shuffle the multiple-choice answers. It will almost never never be the same quiz twice. If you use it in a computer suite, each student in effect gets a different quiz. Will work on PC or IW. (PS Typos now fixed!)
Interactive presentation which leads learners though a series of closed questions and guides them to the choice of the correct case and the correct form of the articles within that case. Can be used on the IW for demonstration and / or independently by the pupils to help them write with greater accuracy. Well, you never know ...
Slide 1 of the Powerpoint acts as a homepage for the other slides. Ask pupils to select a letter, then click the corresponding image and it will hyperlink to a slide with a phoneme to practice. Click on the 'back' button to go back to the homepage.
Short text, adapted from an authentic source, in which young French speakers discuss fast-food. The stimulus text is followed by comprehension and manipulation exercises, a bit of grammar and a writing task.
Powerpoint with questions and images to promote discussion about health and fitness. The clock in the corner of each slide is to encourage the students to keep talking for 60 seconds if they can. The questions could also be used to help structure written work. PS Typo fixed
Interactive drag and drop game focussing on adverbs of time. The game contains thirty adverbs / adverbial phrases but will randomly select ten each time it is opened and arrange them in random order. Should never quite be the same exercise twice. Will work on IW or PC.