Thursday, 23 July 2015

Make your own booklets

Teachers and pupils like booklets. There is something satisfying about having a stapled set of resources to work through. Pupils develop a habit, get a sense of progress and a feeling of completion.

I know some teachers have made booklets from resources on frenchteacher.net. In case you haven't thought of it before, here are some stapled booklets you can produce.

Year 7/primary
  • A set of parallel reading texts (dolphins, vampires, ladybirds, my friend, my mum etc - 27 texts in all)
  • Crosswords, wordsearches and code-breaking games 
  • Verb practice sheets (ĂȘtre, avoir, faire, aller, jouer etc - 12 sheets).
  • Vocabulary by theme
Year 8
  • Crosswords and wordsearches (17)
  • Video listening sheets (6)
  • Vocabulary by theme
  • Perfect tense grammar sheets (10)
Year 9
  • Video listening sheets (8)
  • Grammar worksheets (perfect/imperfect/future) (about 35)
  • Texts with exercises (15)
Year 10-11 (intermediate/GCSE)
  • Grammar worksheets (about 30)
  • Video listening (20)
  • Texts with questions in English (18)
  • Texts with other exercises by theme (about 50)
  • Set of reading tasks for GCSE revision
  • Sets of simple signs for GCSE revision (5 sets of 50)
  • Set of reading gap fill tasks
  • GCSE vocabulary lists
A-level
  • A-level video listening sheets(33)
  • AS-level video listening sheets(34)
  • Vocabulary booklets
  • AS-level oral booklets (questions + vocabulary by theme)
  • Grammar cloze exercises (14)
  • Grammar worksheets (30)
  • Translations into English (11)
  • Translations into French (12)
  • Translation sentences (3 sets)
  • Themed texts with exercises for AS and A-level (lots and lots)
Adults
  • Video listening sheets(40)
  • Situational dialogues (12)
  • Texts with exercises (lots)

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