At the French market

At the French market

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Resource Description

A very detailed and full pack to introduce the vocabulary of buying fruits and vegetables at the market. It includes a powerpoint presentation with interactive activities to practice food and prices in euros, and support for speaking and writing activities. It also includes a dice game.

The support material is composed of dice inserts for the dice game (euros and food cards) and support cards for the pair-role plays.

A great fully planned 1h lesson!

Resource Files

There are 5 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
Au marché vegetable speaking prompts facile-defi.doc
Microsoft Word 424KB
Au marche euros speaking prompts.doc
Microsoft Word 656KB
Dice insert euros.doc
Microsoft Word 2.1MB
Dice insert vegetables.doc
Microsoft Word 400KB
Year 4 At the market I and II.ppt
Microsoft Powerpoint 1.7MB

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