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2 ©2014 Headstart Languages Limited. Click to Start! Click to Start! Click to Start! Click to Start! Teacher’s instructions Teacher’s instructions Teacher’s instructions Teacher’s instructions

3 Bonjour les amis! Can your team climb to the top of La Tour Eiffel? Bonjour les amis! Can your team climb to the top of La Tour Eiffel? Click here to start

4 Click colour to move counter 2) Where is the finish? Next Question >>> Next Question >>> MarseillesParis The answer is B) Paris Reveal Answer Sing “Allez! Allez!” Sing “Allez! Allez!”

5 No.QuestionCorrectWrong 1 Where does the 2014 Grand Départ begin? LeedsHarrogate 2 Where is the finish? ParisMarseilles 3 Who is given the title “la tête de course?” Race leaderOldest racer 4 What are “les classements”? Rider positionsTeam orders 5 What is “le peloton?” Main pack of ridersTwo racers in same team 6 Name the French words for two things which are essential for riders to wear on their head. Les lunettes & le casqueLe casque & le vélo 7 Name the French word for the jersey given to the overall leader Le maillot jauneLe maillot vert 8 Name the French word for the jersey given to the best climber Le maillot à poisLe maillot rouge 9 Name the French word given for the jersey given to the best sprinter Le maillot vertLe maillot jaune 10 How many stages are there in the Tour de France? How many rest days are there? Name the British rider who won the Tour de France in 2012 Bradley WigginsChris Froome To edit these questions : Alter the questions, the correct answer and incorrect answer in the table below.

6 Teacher Instructions Purpose: This activity tests knowledge of facts previously learned. Preparation: When opening this file, you may be alerted to ‘Enable macros’. Ensure that macros are enabled to allow the quiz to work. Slide 6 has printable versions of the ‘answer A’ and ‘answer B’ cards needed by pupils when they are answering during the quiz. Print off as many of these as required and then cut up to give pupils their option cards. Running the Activity: Separate your class into 5 groups and assign each group a colour (either red, green, purple, blue or orange). The class are about to be asked 12 questions about things that they have learnt. The more answers they get correct the higher they will climb up the steps of the Eiffel Tower. The quiz will be multi-choice. They will be presented with a question and two possible answers. Purpose: This activity tests knowledge of facts previously learned. Preparation: When opening this file, you may be alerted to ‘Enable macros’. Ensure that macros are enabled to allow the quiz to work. Slide 6 has printable versions of the ‘answer A’ and ‘answer B’ cards needed by pupils when they are answering during the quiz. Print off as many of these as required and then cut up to give pupils their option cards. Running the Activity: Separate your class into 5 groups and assign each group a colour (either red, green, purple, blue or orange). The class are about to be asked 12 questions about things that they have learnt. The more answers they get correct the higher they will climb up the steps of the Eiffel Tower. The quiz will be multi-choice. They will be presented with a question and two possible answers. Start the slideshow from slide 1 and click on ‘Click to Start’. Explain the activity and the rules. Click on ‘Click here to start’. The first question and the two possible answers will show immediately. Once their team has decided which answer is correct they must get their card (either ‘A’ or ‘B’ ready). On the count of three from the teacher, each group must hold up which answer they think is correct. Click on ‘Reveal answer’ to show which is the correct option. Click on the team colour buttons at the bottom of the screen for each team who got the correct answer to move the counters up the steps. Click on ‘Next question >>>’ to move on to question 2. Repeat this process for all 12 questions. The Winners! The winning team is the team who are closest to the top of the Eiffel Tower at the end of the 12 questions. If you have joint winners you may wish to use the tie-break question: “How many steps are in the main staircase going from the ground to the top viewing level?” The answer is: 1665 Start the slideshow from slide 1 and click on ‘Click to Start’. Explain the activity and the rules. Click on ‘Click here to start’. The first question and the two possible answers will show immediately. Once their team has decided which answer is correct they must get their card (either ‘A’ or ‘B’ ready). On the count of three from the teacher, each group must hold up which answer they think is correct. Click on ‘Reveal answer’ to show which is the correct option. Click on the team colour buttons at the bottom of the screen for each team who got the correct answer to move the counters up the steps. Click on ‘Next question >>>’ to move on to question 2. Repeat this process for all 12 questions. The Winners! The winning team is the team who are closest to the top of the Eiffel Tower at the end of the 12 questions. If you have joint winners you may wish to use the tie-break question: “How many steps are in the main staircase going from the ground to the top viewing level?” The answer is: 1665

7 ANSWER A ANSWER B Answer cards : Print off and cut out both cards for each pupil/team

8 Encourage Camembear on to the next stage. Sing: Allez! Allez Camembear! Go Camembear! Click on the down arrow to start song. Encourage Camembear on to the next stage. Sing: Allez! Allez Camembear! Go Camembear! Click on the down arrow to start song.

9 Allez! Allez Camembear!


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