Olympics 2016 - French Topic Book Games, Activities and Resources to Teach French by Priscilla Hannaford
  

Olympics 2016 - French Topic Book Games, Activities and Resources to Teach French

Written by Priscilla Hannaford
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Olympics 2016 - French Topic Book Games, Activities and Resources to Teach French by Priscilla Hannaford

The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding the Olympics makes it an ideal topic for teaching French. The Olympics 2016 - French Topic Book contains photocopiable activities and games which include: Background information on France at the Olympics; Photocopiable flashcards; word searches, crossword puzzles and other word games and activities linked to the 28 Olympic sports; Activities to promote speaking, listening, reading and writing, including passages about sports, the Olympics and Brazil, surveys and much more; Ideas for incorporating French into PE lessons; Suggestions for reinforcing vocabulary and sentence structures for a range of other topics, from colours and weather to numbers and travel.

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Format

Paperback
66 pages

Author

Priscilla Hannaford
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications
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Publication date

30th April 2016

ISBN

9781783172078


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