, 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 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 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 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 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).