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Practise making conditional sentences using this pair work activity. This can be given as handouts, with students working in pairs. One person asks the question, either reading it, making the question from the key word prompt or using the picture as a prompt. The second person responds by reformulating the question into the first person and adding the second part of the sentence with the conditional verb. It can be used as a group activity, with the tutor taking a number of suggestions from different students.
Practice using the question 'depuis combien de temps?' and giving answers using the present tense. Ask one student in the group to make up a question for someone else, following the example given. That person answers using 'depuis' plus the present tense. Students could be put into breakout rooms in Elluminate, with a plenary to report findings.
Practice phrases with 'faire' relating to housework. This PowerPoint presentation is designed to be used as a review of learning in face to face groups.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of supermarkets with this handout. Students use it in pairs to find out each other's ideas, then report back to the group in plenary.
Using depuis/ça fait....que + présent, Using il y a + passé composé using relative pronouns qui/ que /où using words containing the sound [u] and [y]
discussing preferences, expressing opinions, using expressions of quantity
Using the passé composé Talking about months and seasons Asking questions Expressing intentions
Telling a story in the past. Using perfect and imperfect Using arguments for and against
Describing objects dimensions, colours, shapes Practising imperfect (objects of the past that don't exist anymore)
Talking about the future Using different forms to talk about the future (including the present tense) Revising expressions of time
Expressing likes and dislikes Using ce qui.... ce que.... Finding arguments for and against
Practising perfect and imperfect Using verbs which take être in the perfect Asking questions
Exprssing what you may or may not do Talking about what is not allowed or is forbidden
practising pronominal verbs in the present using pronominal verbs in the perfect tense
Giving opinions, expressing regret Revising vocabulary Discussing topic Practising comparative
Giving opinions Discusssing advantages and disadvantages Revising vocabulary on topic
Images of different types of weather, for use in groups to practice the vocabulary of weather.
students find solutions to given problems using modal verbs such as: Tu dois/If faut/Je conseille de /Tu peux. Can be used in face-to-face tutorials or on Elluminate
Invent a descriptive narrative of a walk using the imperfect for description and the passé composé for narrative.
Handouts for use in pair work,discussinmg the weather using imperfect, present and future tenses. One person asks what the weather was, is or will be in a chosen country. The partner replies, using imperfect, present or future.
Practice phrases for talking about leisure activities and sports and playing musical instruments.
Questions about holidays which could be used in breakout rooms to discuss in pairs and revise the perfect and the imperfect
two whiteboards with details of the daily routine of a monk and a girl in a boarding school. Can be used as role play to discuss daily routine and to practice what you must or must not do or what is allowed or forbidden
powerpoint with questions on daily routine to be used with list of expressions of time. It can be used as whole group activity or as pair work. It could also be used for students to work out the questions in the perfect tense and to ask those questions to each other in pairs
list of expressions followed by the subjunctive as well as list of verbs including irregular verbs. This can be used to form and use the subjunctive in whole group or small group activities
Use present participle after en. Answer questions using en plus present participle and discuss how they would react in specific situations. Could be used as whole group activity or in breakout rooms
questions to ask students studying Ouverture. Students could discuss these questions in breakout rooms
icebreaker. Find someone who? Can be used to practice asking questions. Can be used as whole group activity or in small groups in breakout rooms