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, Y8 (Very low intermediate)

PowerPoint presentation on shops. 12 shops and what you can buy there. With pair work and some written gap-fill. Usable with Y7 or 8 (near-beginner).

, Y7 (Beginner)

A PowerPoint presentation to introduce and/or practise the near future (with pastimes). Built-in sequence with listening, repetition, oral games and translation. Good also for Y8 revision or introduction.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Text, vocab glossary to complete and questions in English about poverty in France. Good for Higher Tier GCSE or even, as an easy information source, for A-level.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Text and exercises about the no mobile phone day on 6th February. Vocab to find with hints, correct sentences to identify, gap-fill, translation into English and oral practice. Answers provided. Would make a self-contained lesson with homework.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Reading comprehension. A set of seven Tripadvisor comments with various exercises - matching, vocab finding, questions and translation. Good for AS or A-level (heritage, festivals, etc).

, Y9 (Low intermediate)

Crossword to practise the future tense with regular stem verbs.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Another listening task linked to audio-lingua.eu. This is a challenging, Higher Tier GCSE (intermediate) task on the topic of mountain recipes: raclette, fondue and tartiflette. Students pick out phrases from the text, then do translation into French.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Two more listening tasks linked to audio-lingua.eu recordings. (1) Pastimes - very easy recording with multi-choice in English (Foundation) and (2) My food diet - intensive listening and gap-fill plus pair work practice (Higher).

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Another audio listening task linked to audio-lingua.eu. This is Delphine describing the town she works in, Poissy. Easy multi-choice in English, followed by a gap-fill summary in French. Foundation Tier level (easy low intermediate). It could be used with younger classes.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Intermediate level (GCSE) audio listening linked to audio-lingua.eu. Easy Higher Tier. Foundation with repetitions. Pauline talks about her town Versailles. Sentences to correct (underline where there's an error and insert correct version).