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, Y12-13 (Advanced)

I have updated and added new exercises to an article on violence in the French suburbs. I shall in the coming weeks be updating or removing a number of texts with exercises which may have become outdated.

, Y7 (Beginner)

Beginner listening task: La famille Berrow. Worksheet linked to a BBC video. This may only work for British users (BBC copyright).

, Y7 (Beginner)

Checklist of useful classroom phrases for the novice teacher. You would probably use nearly all of these at some point. Students soon get used to them.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Another Peppa Cochon video with worksheet for intermediate level (Y10-11). This one is called Une chasse au trésor. Gap fill and sentence reordering. I like the clarity of the language in these videos.

, Y12-13 (Advanced), FREE

Song: Bonne et heureuse année. This sheet links to a song on Youtube and was kindly sent to me by Jane O'Sullivan who has been enjoying the Peppa Pig videos with her classes. Gap fill with additional vocabulary help on a separate sheet. See the free samples page too. Un grand merci!

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Article and exercises on "binge watching" i.e. watching whole series in one go or in a short time. Text, vocabulary, questions, lexical work and grammar - attendre que + subjunctive. Good for English and Welsh AS level media theme.

, Y9 (Low intermediate)

New Peppa Pig video listening worksheet. Polly va en vacances. I've put this on the Y9 page, but you could use it with older or younger students. The exercise is to tick off the true sentences. Always check the links work if you choose to use listening sheets.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Another Peppa Pig video listening task. This time for intermediate level. Papa Cochon fait de l'exercice. Gap fill. Very good GCSE (higher) listening task. For another Peppa Cochon see Y8 section.

, Y8 (Very low intermediate), FREE

Listening for near beginner/very low intermediate. Peppa pig video from Youtube with worksheet. Peppa et Georges font les courses. With ticking, true/false ands find the French. Good for Y8, maybe late Y7 or early Y9.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Listening: for very good intermediate or A-level. Why learn French? Oral brainstorm, listening/reading and sentences to translate. Based on a Youtube video. A good one to show at the start of term.