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.
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.
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.
Article with questions in English on elephants. This piece explains what elephants have in common with humans. Rather interesting. Good higher tier GCSE material.
Listening. A shocking news report about the role of the Mafia in creating an area of deadly pollution near Naples. Brainstorming oral work, questions in French. Worth watching.
Listening task for A-level groups (or very good intermediates) on Christmas in France. Two language assistantes from Nottingham High School talk about Christmas. Quite fast, but clear. Questions in French to answer. Good for intensive listening practice.
I have just rewritten and updated an English article on why young French people move to London and the UK in general. This would work well as oral or written summary for advanced students. The French Embassy in London estimates that 300-400 thousand French live in London.
Perfect tense crossword. Avoir and être verbs, including auxiliaries. Gapfill style.
Short text, vocabulary and questions for discussion/writing on giving Christmas presents. This would suit a lower sixth group or good Y11. It's not very hard. I've put in the miscellaneous section of A-level. Scroll down the left.
Lesson plan to teach daily routine. This uses miming, pair work, memorisation and writing. Good for Y8 or easy Y9/10 revision.