Video listening. Emmanuel Macron's sub-titled talk to schoolchildren about bullying. Questions in French, some vocabulary glossed. Answers given. Offered as a free sample.
Text and questions in English + vocabulary to find. Is it better to be an only child or have brothers and sisters? Results of a study. Answers given. Good for Higher Tier GCSE.
A situational dialogue with two people talking about plans for the following weekend. Repeated use of aller + infinitive. For reading aloud, then adaptable with suggestions provided. These dialogues can also be used with adult learners and older pupils.
A checklist of different types of dictation tasks you could do with pupils. Posted on the Y10-11 page, but usable with different year groups.
I've posted a checklist of gap-fill exercise types you can try with listening texts. You'll find the file in the 30 Minute Listening section of the Y10-11 page. These provide easy-to-prepare intensive listening opportunities, tailored to your classes' needs. Just take an existing listening text on the site and away you go!
I have uploaded the instructions on how to play Sentence Stealers (with variations), a reading aloud game you could use in conjunction with a Sentence Builder frame, or just for general retrieval practice. You'll find it in the Sentence Builder section of Y7 and Y8.
Article and exercise on the particular problems of women prisoners in France (AQA sub-theme). Vocab to find and questions and answers in English.
Sentence builder frame. "What my friends and I do." First person plural forms in present and easy past.
Sentence builder frame. "What we do as a family". This is designed to allow practice of the first person plural form of verbs in present and perfect tense. I've included a suggested teaching sequence.
A Kim's Game PowerPoint featuring classroom objects. Sequenced choral repetition and memory work. Good for primary learners too.