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My book 50 Lesson Plans for French Teachers:Step by Step is here. A4 format, photocopiable, with accompanying slides free on this site.

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Readings, guided translation, grammar As above, with answers - thanks to Dawn Hale

CLASSROOM TARGET LANGUAGE

Comprehensive list for teachers and students

POWERPOINTS

Each presentation has a built-in teaching structure, but you can adapt and use as you wish. Numbers 0-20 Colours (with animals and adjectival agreement) In my pencil case Fruit and veggies - Kim's game Places in town - Kim's game Pets - Kim's game Pets - Which description fits? Teacher script for above Wild animals - Kim's game Farm animals - Kim's game Classroom - Kim's game My bedroom - Kim's game Sport Opinions about sports Marcus Rashford Greta Thunberg Free time Around town Spotty goes to town In town you can go... Spotty goes shopping Asking for directions Where is Spotty? (simple prepositions) Telling the time Rooms in the house Where is Spotty? Rooms in the house Means of transport Means of transport + je vais... Transport with opinions plus sentence builder School subjects School subjects with opinions School subjects with days Parts of the body (inc Jacques a dit and aches and pains) Clothes (12 items) Weather Likes and dislikes (with food) Want/Don't want Likes and dislikes (with pastimes) Animals Animals - single slide Holidays Phonology. How to pronounce r, u and ou Phonics (vowel sounds and spellings) Phonics (consonant sounds and spellings) Phonics (silent consonants) Phonics bingo Minimal pairs. 20 slides. Near future (Je vais...) with holidays Near future (On va...) with holidays Near future (Je vais...) with pastimes Near future lesson (first person) Near future lesson (third person) What's Spotty doing? (-er verbs) What Spotty doesn't do (ne.. pas) What are Fifi and Spotty doing? (nous form, -er verbs) What are Fifi and Spotty doing? (on form, -er verbs) What are Fifi and Spotty doing? (ils form, -er verbs) What does Spotty like doing? (two verbs together) What does Spotty want to do? (two verbs together) What does Spotty like doing on holiday? (aimer + infinitive) Spotty buys fruit and veg at the market What is Spotty going to do on holiday? (aller + infinitive) Using -er verbs lesson(first person) Using -er verbs lesson(all persons) What is Spotty going to do? (two verbs together) What are Fifi and Spotty going to do? (on form of verb) What are Fifi and Spotty going to do? (ils form of verb) What are Fifi and Spotty going to do? (nous form of verb)

SENTENCE BUILDERS

Taking sentence builders further Sentence stealers game to be used with the resources below Me (Word) or PowerPoint How are you? or PowerPoint Classroom items with prepositions (Word) orPowerPoint In my classroom (Word) or PowerPoint My pets (Word) or PowerPoint My family (Word) or PowerPoint Physical appearance (1st and 3rd person) (Word) or PowerPoint Weather (Word) or PowerPoint Favourite ice creams Where I live (Word) or PowerPoint In my house/flat (Word) or PowerPoint In my town/village/local area (Word) or PowerPoint Places in town (+ prepositions) (Word) or PowerPoint Going places (present) - countries, cities, places (Word) or PowerPoint Going places (future) - countries, cities, places (Word) or PowerPoint What am I watching? What am I listening to? (Word) or PowerPoint Using faire (present tense) (Word) or PowerPoint My bedroom (Word) or PowerPoint Where are you going? Why? (Word) or PowerPoint Where did you go? Why? (Word) or PowerPoint Favourite means of transport (Word) or PowerPoint Pastimes (Word) or PowerPoint Christmas Favourite subjects (Word) or PowerPoint Describing a teacher I like (Word) or PowerPoint What time do you do things? What are you going to watch? What time are you going to do things tomorrow? Which animals do you like and why? (masculine) Which animals do you like and why? (masculine and feminine) When is your birthday? Food and drink preferences Which sports do you like? - J'aime Which sports do you do? - Je joue/je fais

Spelling cities (PowerPoint) Spelling famous French names (PowerPoint) Alphabet games Alphabet grid game 32 alphabet bingo cards NEW 21.3.24

NUMBERS, DAYS, MONTHS

Numbers wordsearch - which number is missing? Phone numbers information gap task Variations on number bingo Numbers 1-60 - arithmetic sheet Numbers 1-50 dominoes Numbers 1-100 dominoes Numbers 1-100 crossword Days and months wordsearch Months of the year + dates

FAMILY AND PETS

Information gap task - family tree Easy text and exercises on Peppa Pig - good for whiteboard too Easy text and exercises on the Simpsons - good for whiteboard too Easy text and exercises: my pets - good for whiteboard too Easy texts and exercises Family tree with questions Family crossword + mon/ma/mes Family wordsearch + mon/ma/mes - add hyphens svp Pets crossword + articles Animals crossword - French to English Pets reading and drawing task Animals song

PARALLEL READING

You could make these into booklets for extension work or just to keep in class. Whole indexed booklet of texts below Front page for a booklet Meerkats Kangaroos Eiffel Tower Channel Tunnel European Union Vampires Ladybirds Becoming a vet Simple family poem Brazil Dolphins My dog My house Cinderella Planets Weather forecast The boy who cried wolf Asking directions Spiders Sharks Daily routine My friend (male) My friend (female) My mum The blue whale The giant panda Asteroids Marie Curie Astérix Napoleon The brown bear Louis Pasteur Charles de Gaulle Quebec

VERBS and GRAMMAR

Practising être Practising avoir Practising aller Practising faire Practising jouer Practising manger Practising regarder Practising parler Practising -er verbs Practising -er verbs Practising -er verbs drill -er verbs - battleships game -er verbs crossword -er verbs sentence translation -er verbs grid to complete

Simple daily routine Using the verb s'appeler Prepositions - picture and exercises Prepositions - translation Prepositions - crossword Resource and lesson plan on prepositions (display/worksheet) Prepositions - Où est le chat? (display/worksheet) je vais + au/à la/à l') Using subject pronouns il/elle/ils/elles Ils or Elles? (1) Ils or Elles? (2)

Weather Weather (2) Weather dominoes Weather crossword Weather forecast - parallel reading

VIDEO LISTENING

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You can do these in class or set them for homework.

Beginner conversation

My bedroom – Alain Le Lait video with exercises

Trotro fait un gâteau Trotro joue à cache-cache

Classroom vocabulary

Ma chambre – video listening sing-along

Some of these could be done orally and/or in writing. Suggestions for exploitation are given. 5 sentence maker slides 5 sentence maker slides (common -er verbs) 5 sentence completion slides 5 short gap-fill paragraphs Fizz-buzz numbers game ‘Translate with prompts.’ 4 slides. ‘Pyramid speed test.’ 10 slides. Pictures with true/false sentences. 5 slides. Phonics bingo game. 8 cards provided. Vocab championship Putting words/phrases in the right order Make sentences from a word/phrase list Odd one out. 20 slides of sentences. ‘Change one thing’. 20 slides of sentences to alter. Quick translation (very easy) 12 slides of sentences to translate Quick translation (easy). 20 slides with gapped clues. Quick translation (harder). 20 slides with first letter clues. ‘Finish the sentence.’ 10 slides. ‘Finish my sentence.’ Listening + vocab retrieval. ‘Mini battleships translation.’ 10 games (Word). ‘Start the sentence.’ 20 slides – focus on verb retrieval. ‘Match up.’ 20 slides. ‘Insert the gaps’ 10 slides. ‘Vrai ou faux?’ 20 slides. ‘Which answer?’ 20 slides. ‘Which question?’ 20 slides. ‘Match and complete’ 5 slides. Easy crossword (Fr to Eng) Spelling challenge. 10 slides.

TARSIA PUZZLES

With thanks to Mr Barton tarsiamaker.co.uk Ways to exploit Tarsia puzzles My home My bedroom Weather Pastimes Going places (je vais/on va) Family Simple QA Pets and colours In the classroom Time (including 24-hour clock) Drinks (je bois/je voudrais) Drinks (j’aime/je n’aime pas) Food (j’aime/je n’aime pas) Shops (Je vais…) At the café Prepositions

GUIDED TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH

Weather forecast

Daily routine

My town Shopping

GUIDED TRANSLATION/DICTATION INTO FRENCH

Time (1) – hours and half past

Time (2) – quarter past and to

Time (3) – minutes past and to

Time (4) – mixed

Telling the time worksheet

Where and when.

Using aller plus time.

Time matching task

Battleships game for places in town (can be adapted for other grammar or vocab areas) Battleships town + prepositions (3 versions) Directions My town – text and exercises Two dice board games Code breaking Crossword Crossword with definitions In town – wordsearch Dominoes Vocab matching Pour aller….. Transport Shops (oral/written drill)

La maison de la famille Leblanc My house (text and exercises) Rooms battleships (three versions) House for sale advert In the house In the house crossword In the house (2) Rooms in the house Two dice board games (house and bedrooom) Ma chambre Dans ma chambre – wordsearch

Battleships game Crossword

SCHOOl AND CLASSROOM

Classroom vocabulary – code breaking Classroom vocabulary dominoes Teacher instructions bingo My school – text and exercises Il n’y a pas de…(ppt) School subjects Classroom vocab – crossword Eng-Fr Classroom vocab – crossword Fr-Eng Classroom vocab with indefinite articles- crossword (pdf) Authentic classroom items list Classroom wordsearch Classroom vocabulary anagrams Answers for the above

Classroom items strip bingo game

Adjective agreement crossword

Adjectifs possessifs (1)

Adjectifs possessifs (2)

Adjectives gap fill

Top Secret! (descriptions)

Christmas vocabulary Christmas crossword Christmas strip bingo game Christmas code breaking Christmas wordsearch

FOOD AND DRINK

Fruit and veg crossword Fr-Eng

Food strip bingo game

Fruit and veg wordsearch

Fruit and veg – code breaking

CLASS SURVEYS

Favourite fruits (PowerPoint) Favourite vegetables (PowerPoint) Favourite animals (PowerPoint) Favourite pastimes (PowerPoint) Favourite school subjects (PowerPoint) Favourite ice-creams (PowerPoint) Favourite meals (PowerPoint) Favourite French desserts (PowerPoint) Favourite drinks (PowerPoint)

LESSON PLANS

Teaching with flashcards sequence

Teaching ne… pas

Family resource and lesson plan

Teaching school subjects Sandrine talks about her home – text with lesson plan Marie-Hélène talks about herself – text with lesson plan

MISCELLANEOUS

A swapping sentences game ‘Sentence chaos’ reading aloud game A question and answer fluency game A “likely or unlikely” game (with lots of present tense verbs) “A good student” poster Teacher phrases for the classroom Stick-in vocab lists Strip bingo vocabulary game Four simple gapped dictations Fridge sheet – stick on fridge for revision Place mat with classroom expressions KS3 Record and Self-Evaluation Sheet for British teachers (edit online) Pupil survey sheet – good for self-evaluation!(edit online) Questionnaire for new pupils – adapted from Juliet Casey’s Conversation questions board game Parts of the body strip bingo game Clothing strip bingo game Clothing strip bingo game (longer version) Sentence length strip bingo game (common verbs) Pair work interview slips Word re-ordering for revision What is the question? General revision questions

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Year 7 French Booklet

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Year 7 French Booklet. French Vocabulary Revision and Practice

A 24 pages booklet of EASY activities to practise the topics of:

numbers, pets, family, descriptions, personality, school equipment, subjects, time, timetable, rooms in the house, furniture in the bedroom and prepositions

This could be of use for weaker students / students with learning difficulties.

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French Homework Help: 10 Essential Resources to Help Finish Your Assignment

Au secours! (Help!)

Do you ever find yourself mentally screaming this while struggling to complete your French homework?

Ever get overwhelmed with your assignments and wish that someone—anyone!—would just step in and make the French murkiness a little clearer?

To help you out with this, we’ve compiled the 10 best online resources to get French homework help quickly. So read on, and then try out a couple next time you’re confused or stuck.

1. Bescherelle

2. larousse, 3. bonpatron, 4. alloprof, 5. verbling, 6. 24houranswers, 7. wordreference, 8. french language stack exchange, 9. tex’s french grammar, 10. le conjugueur, and one more thing....

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Summary: Well known grammar and conjugation help source

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If you’ve ever attended an in-person French class, there’s a good chance you’ve already seen or heard of this first resource. Bescherelle is better known for its written counterpart, a guide to hundreds of verbs in the French language, but you don’t have to run to the bookstore just yet. Bescherelle is also available online!

Bescherelle   conjugates almost every verb imaginable into any tense imaginable. That means that you can look up any verb and find it in all verb tenses and participles . Additionally, you can get the verb conjugations in both the active and passive voice: an excellent resource for when you’re completing upper-level French papers that require you to write impersonally.

Further, when you search for a verb, you can find out whether it’s regular or irregular and you’ll even see other verbs that are conjugated with the same verb ending pattern.

In addition to the conjugator, the Bescherelle website includes  dictées (dictations) for you to practice your listening and writing skills, quizzes about verbs and their tenses as well as other grammar points such as nouns and adjectives. If you’re feeling energized, Bescherelle also has a selection of French-learning games .

Summary: Accurate and nuanced word definitions

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Larousse is a famous French dictionary that’s also available online. That means you can search any French word you’d like and get an in-depth look at its meaning, not just a one-word translation that may miss the meaning entirely (I’m looking at you, Google Translate!).

The dictionary itself offers many resources for French learners and for French homework help. First, Larousse has a monolingual French edition so you can look up words and see their definitions in French. Larousse also has bilingual editions for many other languages. Larousse can translate words into English, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese and Arabic from French and vice versa.

In addition to its dictionaries,  Larousse offers a verb conjugator similar to that of Bescherelle. While it’s not as in-depth as Bescherelle’s, it gets the job done for quick searches of common conjugations. Further,  Larousse has an awesome encyclopedia to be used for French essays or other projects .

Finally, Larousse offers forums for people to post questions, which can be helpful if you’ve got a specific question about your French homework (more on getting those answered below).

Summary: Accurate online grammar and spell checker

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For those who need a complete revision of French written compositions and not just simple word look-ups and verb conjugations,  BonPatron  is the holy grail! BonPatron  is an online French grammar and spell checker extraordinaire!

Let’s say you’ve been tasked with writing a paragraph or essay for your French course. You’ve looked up all the words you didn’t know and verified all the conjugations, and to be honest, you’re feeling pretty good about it.

But wait! Before you hand your work in, you should make sure everything is correct. Simply paste your French written work into the BonPatron  checker, and the service will find all your spelling and grammar errors for free. It’ll even give you necessary corrections as well as a small explanation for any mistakes you’ve made.

But it gets better: if the grammatical explanations don’t clarify the error for you,  BonPatron  also offers short tutorials on different aspects of French grammar.

Summary: Text and telephone connection to French Canadian speakers

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Our first resource for personalized homework help is called  Alloprof,  a website from Québec that offers students a wealth of resources.

On  Alloprof , there are two services where students can connect directly with French educators to get answers to their questions or access personalized French homework help.

The first is called t exto  (text message) , a service where students can text their questions and receive text message answers. The second service is called  téléphonique  (by telephone) , where students can call in their questions and receive one-on-one, over-the-phone support.

Both services are available Monday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. That’s great because those are prime homework hours, but it can also force you to plan ahead (no last-minute homework help right before your morning class!).

Alloprof has a handful of other fun, independent practice tools , too.

You can access interactive exercises to help you review and practice grammar and vocabulary skills. Topics range from French grammatical explanations to history, science and mathematics.  Alloprof  also has a virtual library where students can access texts as well as a forum for students to communicate with other French learners.

This is perfect for asking informal French questions and getting answers from peers who may be studying the same material.

Summary: Excellent place to find good tutors and teachers

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Verbling is a service that connects French learners to French teachers and tutors all around the world . If you’re stumped on your homework and need an expert to identify the learning block, Verbling is a super handy resource. Simply log on and pick a tutor that you like best.

All the language teachers are native speakers. You’ll find a short summary of the tutor’s specialities and get a feel for who they are personally. You can also access ratings from previous students so you can find the best educator to meet your needs. Verbling displays tutors’ rates right upfront so you know how much you’d be paying.

Verbling even uses its own virtual “classroom” set-up , where you can upload files and notes alongside a video chat. That’s perfect for quickly showing your tutor the class materials you’re having trouble with, or sharing your work so they can give you feedback.

Summary: Emergency help any time of the day or night

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Like Verbling, 24houranswers connects French learners with tutors and teachers all around the world. 24houranswers has homework help for many subjects, but for French homework help, it focuses on the language at the college level , and as their name suggests, they’re available 24 hours a day .

Many of the tutors and teachers from 24houranswers are actual college professors or other education professionals . Their services include online face-to-face tutoring as well as written solutions. For example, you can submit a written assignment and receive feedback on the assignment—just be careful to leave enough turnaround time for your tutor, so you don’t hand in an assignment late.

In addition to their in-person support, you can browse their online library of previously solved French homework questions to see if your question has already been asked and answered.

Summary: Excellent dictionary and active online forums

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WordReference is like your friendly online language buddy that’s perfect for French homework help.

It’s not just your regular dictionary–it’s like a language wizard that gives you not only translations but also cool explanations , real-life examples and even a forum where you can chat with others about tricky words.

So, when you’re scratching your head over that French assignment, WordReference and the many who are active on its message boards could provide the help you need.

Summary: Online forum where you can ask other learners questions

French Language Stack Exchange

French Language Stack Exchange is like a cozy virtual cafe where French enthusiasts gather.

Imagine you’re stuck on a tricky French homework question—instead of feeling lost, you can pop into this online spot and ask for help. It’s not just a Q&A— it’s like having a group of friends who love French as much as you do.

They share tips, tricks and their own experiences, making those confusing parts of French class feel way less daunting. So, next time you’re puzzled, French Language Stack Exchange is the friendly table where answers and insights flow like great conversation. 

Summary: Easy to understand grammar lessons

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Tex’s French Grammar is your friendly language mentor, ready to unravel the mysteries of French homework. Think of it as having a patient teacher who breaks down grammar rules into bite-sized pieces that make sense.

It’s not about dry lessons—it’s like having a conversation with someone who gets you. Tex’s Grammar doesn’t just throw rules at you—it explains why they matter and gives you examples that light up the “aha” moments. So, when French assignments seem like a puzzle, Tex’s French Grammar steps in to help you put the pieces together and ace that homework. 

Summary: Excellent and reliable verb conjugation charts

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This site by popular French language newspaper  Le Figaro  is a great online resource for French students who are looking for help with verb conjugations.

It’s a super accurate conjugation tool that allows you to conjugate verbs in various tenses, moods and persons. It’s particularly useful for students who are working on grammar exercises or assignments that involve verb conjugations. You can enter a verb and see its conjugation presented in a clear and organized format.

Your call for help has been answered! Go forth and finish that French homework (with help, of course)!

FluentU has a wide variety of great content, like interviews, documentary excerpts and web series, as you can see here:

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FluentU brings native French videos with reach. With interactive captions, you can tap on any word to see an image, definition and useful examples.

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For example, if you tap on the word "crois," you'll see this:

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Practice and reinforce all the vocabulary you've learned in a given video with learn mode. Swipe left or right to see more examples for the word you’re learning, and play the mini-games found in our dynamic flashcards, like "fill in the blank."

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Katie Volynets wins the longest women’s tennis match of the year at the Charleston Open

Katie Volynets, of the United States, returns a shot against Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, at the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament in Indian Wells, Calif., Sunday, March 10, 2024. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Katie Volynets barely got past Arantxa Rus 6-2, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (6) at the Charleston Open on Monday in 3 hours, 43 minutes, making it the longest match of the year on the WTA Tour.

Volynets is a 22-year-old from California who is currently ranked 110th and needed to go through qualifying rounds to get into the field.

Now she will face 10th-seeded Emma Navarro, whose father owns the clay-court tournament in Charleston and the stadium that hosts the event.

Also on Day 1, 2019 French Open semifinalist Amanda Anisimova played on tour for the first time since losing to eventual champion Aryna Sabalenka at the Australian Open on Jan. 20, and looked to be in strong form during a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Alizé Cornet.

Next comes a tougher challenger for Anisimova: A second-round contest against No. 1 seed Jessica Pegula, who received an opening bye.

In other first-round results, 2018 Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki eliminated qualifier McCartney Kessler 6-0, 6-1, Magda Linette got past Petra Martić 6-3, 6-4, Shelby Rogers beat Claire Liu 6-1, 6-1, and qualifier Varvara Gracheva defeated wild-card entry Clervie Ngounoue 6-2, 6-1.

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FRENCH HOMEWORK FOR YEAR 7-MODULE 1

FRENCH HOMEWORK FOR YEAR 7-MODULE 1

Subject: French

Age range: 11-14

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This resource is intended for Year 7 French students. It is for students to do homework or classwork to review the work they have studied in Metro 1 Rouge. There are exercises on :

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