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, Y12-13 (Advanced), FREE

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.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

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.

, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

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.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

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.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

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!

, Y7 (Beginner)

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.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Article and exercise on the particular problems of women prisoners in France (AQA sub-theme). Vocab to find and questions and answers in English.

, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

Sentence builder frame. "What my friends and I do." First person plural forms in present and easy past.

, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

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.

, Y7 (Beginner)

A Kim's Game PowerPoint featuring classroom objects. Sequenced choral repetition and memory work. Good for primary learners too.