French Find someone who... BUNDLE for beginners is a great way to get your students speaking early and often. Students will love the movement and fun of this activity and you will love to hear your students speaking! The students move around the room asking classmates questions from the sheets. If a classmate responds with positively in a complete sentence, he/she puts her initials. I Activity continues until all boxes are filled.
Curriculum des Études sociales de l'Enquête de l'Ontario de 5/6e - This Gr 5/6 Inquiry & the Gov't - Blended SS Resource meets the Curriculum Standards of Ontario but may be used as a Model or to Kickstart your Canadian S.S. Inquiry regardless of your province, just ignore the Learning Goals, Success Criteria, and Report Card Comment - the page of Websites is very helpful as is the layout of steps. The Artsy French Teacher - TPT
French imparfait task cards are perfect for practicing regular and irregular French imperfect verbs. There are 40 task cards written entirely in French, that vary in difficulty from multiple choice and conjugation to sentence completion and choosing the passé composé or the imparfait. Includes: 40 task cards, 2 different types of student answer sheets, Directions for playing Scoot, Free homework passes to use as an incentive. Click here to check it out!
Do you need some new ways to assess your students' use of basic French vocabulary and grammar? If so, then you will LOVE these projects! Each includes detailed instructions and grading rubrics. The longer projects have pre-writing pages to help guide the writing process. #frenchprojects #frenchteaching
Do you need a fun game to play with your French students to review avoir and être verbs in the present tense? Your kids will LOVE Scoot! This game is great for any age, because even teenagers who sit still all day long in class want and need to move around.
Need a fun way for your French class to practice conjugating reflexive verbs in the pass compos? This fun game will get them speaking and conjugating verbs in no time!Students move their game pieces around the board and for each verb space they land on, they create sentences using the subject shown on the subject card that they draw.