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, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

A 'sentence chaos' memory game using reflexive verbs in the perfect tense, first person. Instructions given, with two sets of 10 sentences on slides. Could be used in Y9-9. CEFR A1.

, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

A situational dialogue about holidays. Students read aloud in pairs, then replace items in bold with alternatives suggested, or their own. I've put this with the others in Y8, but these may work well with adult beginners or older pupils.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Audio listening for Foundation GCSE. An easy short, listening text, plus exercises. True/false/not mentioned in French and questions in English. Can be read aloud or you can use the MP3 text to speech file.(CEFR Level A1)

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Audio listening for Higher Tier GCSE. A factual text about vegetarianism. Vocab to find and a true/false/not mentioned task. Answers given. This can be read aloud or played (audio produced with Text to Speech). CEFR level A2.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

I have uploaded a Higher Tier (or even Y12) listening task based on the 'Influencers' reading text I previously uploaded. You can read aloud the text or use the MP3 file I created. The task is to correct a faulty transcript, find vocabulary and do a bullet point summary in English. The text is quite hard, but the faulty transcript exercise provides an effective scaffold.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

A short text with exercises. 'What are social media influencers?' Vocabulary to find and a bullet point summary in English to write. Suggested points provided. Suitable for good Y10 or Y11 (CEFR A2).

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

A zero prep game/activity to practise hearing and using jamais with the perfect tense, e.g. je n'ai jamais vu Star Wars. Instructions, examples and possible extensions suggested. Would suit Higher Tier GCSE (CEFR A2).

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Video listening. This is a 1jour1question video (1m 41) about bullying in school. Gapped English sentences to complete and vocabulary to find. Suitable for good Y10-11 (CEFR level A2).

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

A collaborative task called "Who's coming to dinner?" Small groups of students present the case for chosen guests at a dinner party. They decide who should come. A sort of variation on the old 'balloon debate' idea. Scroll down the right hand column to the discussion tasks. Useful for an advanced adult class too.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

A text with questions about Emmanuel Macron's new plan to reduce bullying at school. Questions in French. Answers given. Designed with Y12 in mind, but usable in Y13.