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Published: 11/02/2016
KS3 KS4 | French | Reading | Writing
3 pages

Le Petit Nicolas: je suis malade

Using a short extract from 'Le Petit Nicolas', this resource gives learners the opportunity to revisit the topic of illness whilst reading an authentic French literary text.          

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Catherine Collcutt
Catherine Collcutt
brilliant for end of term fun
Posted on 11th December 2017
Rachel Hudson
Rachel Hudson
Hi, the link you have posted doesn't work. Thanks.

Hi Rachel - please see the comment above. Unfortunately we are not able to include the full text for copyright reasons, but you should still be able to find the text online. I have also emailed you the link. Hope this will still be of use to you, Sheena Newland, Editor.
Posted on 17th May 2016
Sheena Newland, Teachit Languages Editor
Sheena Newland, Teachit Languages Editor
Hi Stephen, as a Free Member you are able to download the PDF rather than the adaptable Word document (which is for subscribers only). This is why the link to the text online would need to be copied and pasted into your browser rather than just clicked on. Chapter and paragraph references are given in the teaching notes on p.3. Hope this helps!
Posted on 10th March 2016
Rosemary Sims
Rosemary Sims
Excellent - I will use it for highlighting verbs in perfect and imperfect. Text is available online if you click on the link, easy to copy and paste. Thank you.
Posted on 5th March 2016
Stephen Lawrence
Stephen Lawrence
Is there a copy of the part of the text the exercise is based on? If not, is there a page reference or chapter and paragraph reference. Currently this resource is not quickly and easily usable. Thank you.
Posted on 5th March 2016

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