Two 'snakes and ladders'-style dice games to practise verbs followed by à, de, à + de, or nothing. CEFR A2/B1.
A set of sentences to transform from active to passive. the worksheet also contains a brief explanation of how the passive works in French. Good for Y12 or a very fast Y11. CEFR A2/B1.
A simple sentence builder about Christmas. Save this one for December! CEFR A1.
A set of slides to practise 'On peut aller + places in town'. This is a ready-made lesson plan, which you can edit as you wish. Beginner level. CEFR A1.
Two snakes and ladders-style dice games to practise the perfect tense using être verbs. Students have to answer a question in each box. Good for Y9, a fast Y8 or weaker Y10. CEFR A1/2.
Video listening. This is a cooking demonstration - how to make a crêpe. Lots of vocab is given. The there is a gap-fill description to complete with the vocab. The presenter is a French Canadian woman, so students get to hear that accent. Good for Higher GCSE. CEFR A2.
A 'correct the transcript' task (aka 'faulty transcript'). The teacher reads aloud a script as students look at their own which has differences. Students must underline where they hear differences and mark in what they hear. The topic is 'Ma journée scolaire typique'. Suitable for Higher Tier GCSE. CEFR A2. These tasks are good for making students listen carefully, transcribe and think of variations in language.
A starter for Y8. 'Missing verb.' 25 slides, each with a simple sentence with its verb missing. Almost all first person singular. These starters can also be used as fillers, plenaries or within a lesson plan. CEFR A1.
Video listening. This is a report on the problems finding seasonal workers on the Ile de Ré. Sentences to complete with options provided (AS level, Y12). Make it harder by removing the options (Y13). CEFR B1.
A very easy crossword starter for beginners (pdf). French to English sentences to translate. Display or print off. CEFR A1.