Les Problemes Logiques et Lateraux : Logic puzzles that provide a fun and challenging way to practise French

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ISBN: 9781783173419
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Les Problèmes Logiques et Latéraux contains a wide range of photocopiable puzzles to take French lessons cross-curricular! The puzzles are arranged into the main topics that are taught at KS3 and KS4 (ages 11+) to make it easy to find a puzzle which fits a lesson objective. Whether it is finding out which reindeer is pulling …

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Les Problèmes Logiques et Latéraux contains a wide range of photocopiable puzzles to take French lessons cross-curricular!

The puzzles are arranged into the main topics that are taught at KS3 and KS4 (ages 11+) to make it easy to find a puzzle which fits a lesson objective. Whether it is finding out which reindeer is pulling which coloured sleigh, which monkey has eaten which fruit, who won the cycle race or completing sudoku games, your students will become expert in French problem-solving.

Written in French, the puzzles are accessible to all whether a native or a learner of French.

The puzzles have been extensively trialled in the classroom, and work well when used as starters, in plenaries and as a homework task. Students find the puzzles engaging, challenging and most importantly fun, especially when they are set as a class competition.

This book is a not only a useful resource for practitioners of French, but also for cover teachers, because the easy to use answer section gives the teacher or learner immediate access to the answers, ideal for non-specialists and specialists alike.

Love puzzles? Love French? This book is also an ideal book of entertainment for puzzle lovers who can read French, whether sat at home, travelling or on holiday.

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Brilliant Publications

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