Includes 5 resources to teach 'les animaux'.
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the vocabulary with images and words. Goes on to practice the vocab with a spotlight activity (word hidden except for small blank 'spotlight' hole. Then the words appear individually for a 'qu'est-ce que c'est' round. Also a great opportunity for pupils to copy down all the nouns. A match up slide. A categorizing slide (pets/wild animals venn diagram). A link to a French zoo.
2. Follow me cards. 2 versions- French French and French English. (ie. Qui a un éléphant?...J'ai un éléphant... OR Qui a un éléphant?...I have an elephant.
3. One Page Learning Mat. All of the animal nouns on one page. Plus INCREDIBLE sentences for pupils to use and adapt. Not just your typical 'J'ai un chien qui s'appelle...' but things like I am allergic to cats / I went on safari and I saw some lions etc. Great to print and laminate as placemats/learning mats. Also great support to have on IWB during speaking and writing activities.
4. Worksheet: a great homework sheet but could also use in class. (I like to put it on IWB for a focused start to the lesson as they come in). A word cloud with all of the animals on it. Pupils mentally tick off what they know. (or cross off if you print it).
Underneath is an 'odd one out' activity- pupils decide which of the 3 choices doesn't fit with the others and justify why.
5. A fun quiz. Pupils ask and answer questions to find out which is the ideal pet for them. My pupils absolutely love doing this and request ot again and again! It is a flow chart design so they only have to answer 'oui/non' but the vocab in the questions is quite challenging making it ideal for high ability pupils.