A-level French unit 2 The World of Work

A-level French unit 2 The World of Work

A unit of work with the ultimate focus on translation into French. Pre-reading vocabulary and syntax manipulation tasks, a text, comprehension tasks, grammar and micro-translation tasks leading to three paragraphs for translation graded by difficulty. Activities include communicative practice, matching, word completion, syntax and morphology, and gap-fill. This would suit sixth form students (advanced level) or first year university/college students and could be used in class or for independent practice. All the answers are provided. It will form part of a whole bundle of units for AS and A-level French which will be an invaluable supplement to your chosen course. There are two versions, a pdf and an editable Word document. The unit consists of eight pages, plus answer key. This resource is designed to go with the Pearson A-level French specification in England , but could be issued to any A-level, college or undergraduate French student. It was written by Gianfranco Conti and Steve Smith.
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GCSE French Unit 2: Volunteering (reading, vocabulary builders and translations with answer keys)

GCSE French Unit 2: Volunteering (reading, vocabulary builders and translations with answer keys)

This is a densely packed eight page unit of work with a focus on reading and translation into French. The theme is volunteering. The level is Higher Tier GCSE, in this case bridging the gap with A-level. You will find pre-reading tasks, a set of reading comprehension paragraphs, pre-translation activities and five short, graded passages for translation into French. These tasks enable students to build up their skills by recycling language in various ways (matching, translating, synonyms, antonyms, true/false, questions etc). They are based on the concept of "narrow reading" whereby similar language is used across a number of reading paragraphs enabling students to have repeated exposure to the similar language. A detailed answer key is supplied. This resource is primarily for independent work to be done in class or at home. There is a pdf version and editable Word document. Written by Gianfranco Conti and Steve Smith (The Language Teacher Toolkit).
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French Call My Bluff vocabulary game

French Call My Bluff vocabulary game

This is for A2 students with reasonable fluency. An adaptation of the old TV panel game wherein students give definitions of obscure words, only one of which is correct. Should provoke lots of good listening and talking, plus vocab building. This is a free sample from frenchteacher.net
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French A-level - stereotypes

French A-level - stereotypes

This is a video listening worksheet from frenchteacher.net linked to a Youtube video. Students could do it in class or at home. It is pitched at AS-level (low advanced). The teacher's answers are provided.
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Front cover for our A-level bundle

Front cover for our A-level bundle

This is a front cover page you could use if you download the bundle of 10 A-level translation units of work. You could also use it if you buy a smaller selection of units. Feel free to edit it for your school.
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Paris climate change agreement

Paris climate change agreement

An A-level French article with questions in English and teacher's answers. This would be a useful addition to a unit on the environment for upper sixth (advanced) students.
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