New Year's Resolutions, FRENCH (a resource blog)

Some textivate resources for ks3 or ks4 French, based on these TaskMagic resources.

The contents for the resources are:
- Je vais...
- Je ne vais pas...
- J'ai l'intention de...
- Je vais essayer de...
+ a range of infinitive expressions

The resources are appropriate for KS3 or KS4 pupils as a way of practising the simple future within the context of the New Year.

Text activity: Jumbled Words

Jumbled Words splits the text using full stops and line breaks. (Short sentences of fewer than 3 words are combined, and long sentences are split using other punctuation, where possible.) 

Students complete the activity by putting the words of each section of the text into the correct order.

See the embedded example below (the same resource as in the image above):

Drop-down boxes to replace +tiles and -tiles buttons

We've made a small change to the way that you navigate between some of the activities on textivate.

The +tiles and -tiles buttons have gone and have been replaced by a drop-down box (see the image below).

This makes it easier to navigate directly to the number of tiles that you want to see in your activity.

These changes have been made to the following screens on the text side:

Tiles (all), Horizontal, Paragraphs, Next Word, 50:50, Initials, Empty, Anagrams

...and the following screens on the Match side:

Shuffle Match, Switch Match, Click Match (all), Memory (all)

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Match : Jumble - jumbled words activity on textivate

Match : Jumble.

Jumble works by jumbling up the right-hand side of your matching items, and students have to click the items in the correct order.

Jumble only works if there are 3 or more words on the right-hand side of the match. (If some of your matches have fewer than 3 words on the right-hand side, these are removed from the activity.)

Here is an embedded example (French):

FRENCH - être (multiple tenses) 1st person...

Another resource blog, this time with a bit of tense revision for ÊTRE in various tenses (including with modals) in the first person (i.e. the "je" form).

Interactive exercises

Follow this link to open the above menu screen, with access to about 30 interactive exercises.

Worksheets

Scroll down for a few pdf worksheets (in no particular order). 

Note that you wouldn't expect students to do all of these (that would be daft!), but I've included all the possibilities so that you can see what is available.