This PowerPoint introduces extreme sports, consolidates learning, develops pupil dialogue, tests comprehension and culminates in a written paragraph full of opinions about extreme sports with justification and a range of tenses.
Slide 1. Extreme Sports vocabulary appears in a custom animation as individual nouns. You could copy and paste this slide and edit the text box so that the nouns appear bigger and drill the vocabulary in your own style.
Slide 2. To consolidate learning the next slide is a match up French to English. You could copy and paste this slide multiple times onto a word or publisher document and use as a print out.
Slide 3. Stepping up the difficulty, pupils complete a categorising activity- pupils recall the sports and put them in the appropriate category.
Slide 4. Simple Q&A with model answers
Slide 5. Simple opinions that pupils can use to justify their responses.
Slide 6. Advanced opinions for more bale pupils.
Slide 7. Pupils select several of the opinions from above slides and put them into 'for' and 'against' categories.
Slide 8. A short comprehension.
Slide 9. Sentence starters in a range of tenses are provided. Teachers can support pupils in combining these with extreme sports.
Slide 10. The Battle- A whole class oral activity can be used as a snappy starter or to inject some energy into the lesson.
Slide 11. SuperSentence- a fantastic writing frame scaffolds the production of an incredible sentence about extreme sports.
Slide 12. Advanced Q&A Pupils encouraged to develop responses using checklist. Could also be used as advanced comprehension.
Slide 13. Extension Activity- could be given to more able pupils or as a homework.
Slide 14. Hyperlinks to websites of interest with notes for teachers.
Slide 15. Credits and links.