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Teaching languages from KS1 to Sixth Form, I have a growing range of resources to offer. They are all trialled and tested in the classroom.

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Teaching languages from KS1 to Sixth Form, I have a growing range of resources to offer. They are all trialled and tested in the classroom.
Kiffe kiffe demain- La place des femmes
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Kiffe kiffe demain- La place des femmes

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This is a lesson exploring the place of women in Doria's world. It focusses on women within the estate and what we learn about their lives and the roles of two of them in the story. Includes: - A vocabulary activity - A group discussion - Translation
Bienvenue a Marly-Gomont- The African Doctor
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Bienvenue a Marly-Gomont- The African Doctor

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This is a serie of resources around the movie The African Doctor (you can find it on Netflix with English subtitles). The PowerPoint and two of the worksheets are to be completed before watching the movie. There is also a link to a Kahoot The booklet aims to build up to a written review of the movie.
Kiffe kiffe demain- L'education
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Kiffe kiffe demain- L'education

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This is a resource exploring the theme of education and school in KKD. It includes an explanation of what a ZEP is and reviews vocabulary linked to school. Students will then think about the representation of school in the book and will creatively analyse characters' attitude towards it.
Les relations parents-ados
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Les relations parents-ados

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This is a lesson created for Y12 IB to introduce vocabulary about relationships between parents and teenagers using the French version of 'World&'s strictest parents&';
A l'ecole primaire- Consolidation imparfait
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A l'ecole primaire- Consolidation imparfait

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This is a resource I used with my top set Y9 (can be used at KS4) to consolidate the imperfect in the context of school. Starting with a grammar pair competition, the looks at answering simple questions about primary school. It also includes a cultural activity on Doisneau.
L'ecriture inclusive- Diversite, tolerance et respect- Egalite hommes femmes
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L'ecriture inclusive- Diversite, tolerance et respect- Egalite hommes femmes

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This is a resource dealing with the topic of the grammatical reform on gender neutral language in France. It fits well in the topic of discriminations of the new A Level. The resource includes: a listening exercise based (exam style) on an online video. a vocabulary activity Translation of key ideas from the video. Questions to get students thinking about this new idea. The script for the video and the answers to questions 1 to 3
Au college- Imperfect and Present
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Au college- Imperfect and Present

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This is a differentiated worksheet that can be used with a top set Y9 and GCSE classes. It focuses on manipulating the imperfect and the present to talk about school before and now.
Kiffe kiffe demain_Introduction
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Kiffe kiffe demain_Introduction

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This is an introductory lesson on Kiffe kiffe demain. Different activities including: Starter: circle of fire Running dictation/translation (differentiation) Listening gapfill
La chasse a l'ours
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La chasse a l'ours

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A series of lessons on the storybook La chasse a l'ours. Can be used with Y2 and Y3 students.
Petit poisson blanc
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Petit poisson blanc

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Explore the story book, Petit poisson blanc with this KS1/2 lesson. I have used it both with Y2 and Y3 classes. As a end product, they can create their own story book/display.
La Coupe du Monde de foot feminin 2019- Les pays et les matchs KS3/KS4
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La Coupe du Monde de foot feminin 2019- Les pays et les matchs KS3/KS4

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I have designed this lesson for an able Y8 group, but this could easily be adapted for KS4 students too. In this lesson, countries are introduced in the starter (match up flag and country in French). The lesson then moves on to talk about different matches (who played who, who won, who lost, scores…). Students then get to predict scores and match outcomes (Trapdoor and speaking activities)