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, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

Easy sentence builder frame on daily routine. This one has an additional gapped version of the frame, along with a suggested teaching routine for it.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Video listening. This is a 1jour1question video about the proposed service national universel (SNU). Questions in English, summary in French and discussion.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Video listening. This is based on a 1jour1question video about antisemitism. It explains the background to the topic. I've done a sentence gap-fill and word translations to find. Then students can do an oral summary. Answers provided.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

A text with exercises about dolphins being threatened by mercury and PCB pollution in the English Channel. Text, vocab to find (with letter clues), questions in English and a gap-fill with options. Answers provided.

, Y9 (Low intermediate)

Video listening. This is a Peppa Pig episode called La soirée pyjama (sleepover). The exercise is to tick off sentences which are heard, so there is a good deal of written scaffolding. You could develop the lesson further with some vocab work. The video has a captioning option which could be useful at some point. Would work with a good Y9 or Y10.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Video listening. Peppa Pig goes camping. Some vocab provided, then gap-fill sentences with vocab options. You have the option of singing the Bing Bong Song. Good luck with that.

, Y7 (Beginner)

PowerPoint presentation: Where is Spotty? (+ rooms in the house). With a guessing game. Spotty, my pixabay dog, makes his return.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

An other "Ask and move" communicative task about tourism in France. Four "experts" answer questions from information seekers. Good for listening, speaking, reading and note-taking. Higher Tier GCSE.

, Y7 (Beginner)

Where is Spotty? Super simple PowerPoint with a guessing activity. Prepositions sur, sous, devant and derrière. For Eric Hill fans! But the dog comes copyright-free from pixabay.com.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Another communicative "ask and move" task, this one about French immigration figures. Good for Y13.