An escape room lesson based on another resource found on TES (thank you) for International Languages. Non-language specific so can be used with any MFL. Based on why study languages and can be used as a transition activity or end of term fun lesson. Teacher answer sheet included. Hint: print the last slides as stickers to be worn if/when the learners ‘escape’ the classroom.
This PPT follows the new WJEC GCSE German textbook and has built in reading and translation tasks and answers. Also linked to the WJEC bank of online resources. Lots of reading, translation and grammar.
Whole stand-alone lesson on animals. Objectives:
To be able to understand an unfamiliar text containing unfamiliar language.
To be able to use thinking and literacy skills to work out the text.
To have a greater understanding of some animals through the medium of French.
Equally useful for Peer Assessment, very user friendly and yet professional…save on your workload - print these and assess speaking for MFL officially at KS3 with these straightforward sheets that triple up also as a success criteria.
This resource is loved by learners and uses the imperfect tense to consolidate having learnt or having knowledge of French Sport/Leisure topics either at KS3 or a revision at KS4. All you need is this powerpoint and just to be able to print the slides. Learners who are asked to resubmit the reading sheets will be able to produce really nice work in their books that looks very presentable and acts as an excellent indicator for literacy skills. Great for an observed lesson also and there are links that make things interesting. It’s straightforward to use but really is able to produce a week of lessons lovely work with continuity and can be finished up by following up with writing task of your choice to further pad out some lessons afterwards. Huge time saver and very pleasant resource.