for use in the mfl classroom

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QUESTIONS

A very old presentation on asking questions in French. Obviously I had a crush on la Tour Eiffel at the time.

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DU DE LA DES

Rather a wordy presentation, but I felt it got across the use of the various forms of the partitive article pretty clearly, despite a rather worrying obsession with cheese!

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QUANTITIES

The idea of this presentation is to introduce vocabulary for quantities – weights and liquid measurements, containers, etc – and to stress the use of de after them. The text can be made to fly out so that the new vocabulary can be repeated or tested.

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POCKET MONEY

Another nice and simple slideshow that introduces key phrases for the topic of pocket money. I think I pinched the basis of this one from my colleague Jenny Jones!

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HOLIDAYS

A really simple slideshow to introduce or consolidate basic phrases about going on holiday. Big photos as prompts to locations.

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TELEVISION

The first slideshow is a pretty straightforward affair intended for teaching or revising types of tv programme in French. There is a scrolling prompt for each slide which is particularly fitted for the second purpose.

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The second one is an aid to talking about tv programmes and expressing opinions, following a similar pattern to the previous one.

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