French Teacher Resources

Some of my more general teaching resources. Feel free to use them as you see fit, but please acknowledge their source!

Literacy mat – we use these in French lessons as an on-desk resource. Students really quickly get used to using them as reference material.

Achievement booklets: These are issued to all students.

key stage 3 achievement bookletKey stage 3 ACHIEVEMENT BOOKLET 2013 – issued to all students in Key Stage 3 – these use the Welsh NC levels which differ from the English levels as they have only 3 skills: Oracy, Reading and Writing.

GCSE ACHIEVEMENT BOOKLET 2013 – issued to all GCSE students.

Target Setting sheets – these are filed in at the start of each theme.

Year 7:

year 7 – theme 1 – target sheet

year 7 – theme 2 – target sheet

year 7 – theme 3 – target sheet

year 7 – theme 4 – target sheet

Year 8:

year 8 – theme 1 – target sheet

year 8 – theme 2 – target sheet

year 8 – theme 3 – target sheet

Year 9:

year 9 – theme 1 – target sheet

year 9 – theme 2 – target sheet

year 9 – theme 3 – target sheet

GCSE:

GCSE – year 10 – term 1 – target sheet

GCSE – year 10 – term 2 – target sheet

GCSE – year 10 – term 3 – target sheet

GCSE – year 11 – term 1 – target sheet

GCSE – year 11 – term 2 – target sheet

Reflection: At the end of each theme, students complete the reflection sheet and teacher comments are added.

reflection sheet

Speaking and writing levels checklist

We use this, printed onto A3 paper and laminated to enable students to work out what they need to do to get to the next level in Speaking and Writing. NB: this is based on the Welsh National Curriculum orders, which are different to the English national curriculum.

 

Word wall words

We have printed these off and made posters of them on different-coloured paper: we can then refer students to the blue poster, the green poster, etc. Here’s what the finished word wall looks like:

Core Vocab

Many of the students at our school arrive part of the way through the year, and have often never studied French before. One of the ways we support these students is by giving them the core vocab for the previous years and themes that they may have missed.

All students receive the core vocab for the previous year’s study. They also receive a new list to stick in the back of their exercise books at the start of each theme.

Key Stage 3

year 7 core vocabYear 7 Core Vocab – full

Year 8 Core Vocab – full

year 8 – theme 1 – en forme

year 8 – theme 2 – le sport et moi

year 8 – theme 3 – le weekend dernier

year 8 – theme 4 – la francophonie

Year 9 Core Vocab – full

GCSE Vocab

GCSE topic-based vocabulary French – English

 

Seasons in art – an alternative way of looking at months and seasons with year 7 – this is not my own resource, but comes from the wonderful orphécole.

 

French Gamesvocab games on most topics.

9 thoughts on “French Teacher Resources

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  2. Wow! This is so incredibly useful! I teach at an International Baccalaureate School and am always looking for ways to make the writing process easier for my French students. Thank you for these wonderful, helpful charts!

  3. I love your resources on the Hungry Caterpillar! What a simple idea but such effective resources. Thanks so much for sharing🙂

  4. Merci mille fois pour partager. J’ai voulu faire un mur de vocab et ces listes va m’aider beaucoup à commencer enfin. Pourriez-vous vérifier les liens pour les listes “Year 8 Full” et “Year 9 full” parce que les liens donnés ici nous prennent encore à “Year 7 full”. Merci encore!

  5. Merci beaucoup madame Thomas, vous ne savez pas à quel point j’apprécie d’être tombée sur votre site. encore merci

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