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Le printemps / Spring
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Le printemps / Spring

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I made these to go with other resources on Spring already uploaded (by Henriette). The presentation introduces Spring vocab and the worksheet has some simple exercises to practise.
Winter vocabulary in French
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Winter vocabulary in French

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Very basic presentation with Winter vocabulary in French. This also practises colours and numbers. Slides at end can be printed off as flashcards. Two slides are intended to be used as a worksheet (basic copying and colouring).
Expo 2 Rouge Module 2 Revision Carousel
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Expo 2 Rouge Module 2 Revision Carousel

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Print the resources, arrange them on different tables. Put students into groups and rotate them around each activity. A leader reads instructions. You need mini whiteboards for the Quiz.\nThis worked well with my students. Fill in the 'I can&' statements at the start of the lesson to find strongest/weakest areas, do the carousel, then the statements again for what they need to revise. I allowed approx 10 minutes per activity. The activities are differentiated (indicated by increasing challenge: *, ** and ***).
Jouer + sports
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Jouer + sports

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Powerpoint to introduce ‘Je joue’ plus sports. Used with 6th grade. The smaller pictures on the last slide were printed off and used for a game of charades in groups.
Holiday vocab in French
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Holiday vocab in French

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Simple vocabulary on the topic of holidays designed for primary. Includes slides to be used as a worksheet. The slides at the end should be printed and used for picture bingo. Quite nice to use before the summer holidays.
French pronunciation display
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French pronunciation display

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Set of display cards about French pronunciation, with examples. (I'm in an international school with many students who don't have English as a first language, so I&'ve grouped sounds together with IPA symbols rather than linking them to English equivalents).