Two dice games to practise the perfect tense with avoir verbs, using questions and answers. CEFR A1/2.
A text with exercises about the rise in both electronic tag use and prisoner numbers in 2022. Text, vocab to find, questions, paired vocab test, summary and discussion questions. Answers given. CEFR B1/2.
Two more dice games - this time to practise the present tense through translation. The game makes clear that the present tense is used in a range of ways, e.g. to talk of what's happening now, what's going to happen and what happens regularly. CEFR A1.
Five short texts (made with ChatGPT) followed by a matching task, then writing and reading aloud. Partners write two dating ads, adapting the source language, read them to a partner who must choose their favourite. CEFR A2.
Two dice board games on the future tense. One in QA form, the other translations into French. CEFR A1/2.
Two dice board games to practise the near future. One consisting of questions to answer, the other translations into French. CEFR A1/A2.
An easy sentence builder about how to describe a meal. Gapped version provided, with suggestions on how to use the sentence builder. Good for Foundation GCSE. CEFR A1/2.
First resource of 2023! A starter called Sentence creation. Students make up sentences to a time limit based on a set of three or four words. 20 slides. You could use 5 or 10 at a time as a starter. Or stretch to make a longer part of a lesson. Instructions given + possible extension. CEFR A1/A2.
A dialogue to read and adapt with the aid of some suggestions. Two teens talking about TV. CEFR A2. Y10-11, or a very good Y9.
Another resource produced with help from ChatGPT. This is two texts about the films Les 400 Coups (Truffaut) and La Haine (Kassowitz). Questions in English, vocab to find, a matching task, a pair game and writing task. CEFR A2/B1. Higher GCSE or even Y12. Scroll well down the left-hand column.