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FRENCH VERBS HALLOWEEN GAMES FOLLOW ME I HAVE, WHO HAS?

FRENCH VERBS HALLOWEEN GAMES FOLLOW ME I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING FRENCH LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTICING AND REVISING 99 ESSENTIAL FRENCH VERBS - HAVE SOME HALLOWEEN FUN WITH FRENCH GRAMMAR! I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great game language learning game. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers make it perfect for practising, refreshing and embedding essential high-frequency FRENCH VERBS. It’s a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The game really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and is a great alternative to more traditional 'drilling' activities. This set features 99 high-frequency FRENCH VERBS with a HALLOWEEN design, and two games and two challenges - lots of walking and talking to get your students on their feet, and keep them happy around HALLOWEEN! CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the FRENCH verbs in alphabetical order, with the question: J'AI... QUI A? CHAMPION CHALLENGE features the verbs in topsy-turvy order, which really encourages your students to focus on the verbs, and asks the question: AS-TU? with the response OUI, J'AI... I've classed the resource as suitable for Grades 8-12, as it really does depend on the age at which your students begin FRENCH, the stage they are currently working at, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during the HALLOWEEN period. The games work well if you're homeschooling too: simply change the FRENCH phrases to: VOICI... OÙ EST...? I've included a full FRENCH-English alphabetical list of all verbs, which students find useful as a learning support and reference resource, The resource itself consists of a single, non-editable file. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET JOYEUSE FÊTE D'HALLOWEEN!
LivelyLearningClassroom
The Perfect Tense in French - a step by step guide

The Perfect Tense in French - a step by step guide

This is a stand alone resource on the Perfect Tense in French which aims to help students understand how to form and use the tense through a logical, step by step approach. page 1 - common ER, RE, IR regular verbs and common irregular verbs in the infinitive and past participle form. page 2 - what does the Perfect Tense mean in English? Form the tense by doing a coordinates exercise. page 3 - use infinitives, past participles and the Present Tense of ‘avoir’ from memory. page 4 - form the negative of Perfect Tense verbs in French and learn which part of ‘avoir’ to use when subject pronouns are replaced by proper nouns. page 5 - revise common time expressions used with the Perfect Tense and do a reading exercise. page 6 - a display sheet which students can stick in their books to show them at a glance how to form the Perfect Tense in French. page 7 - put your knowledge to work and conjugate, gap fill and translate then mark your work from an answer sheet. A game of French Busters and Battleships adds a little fun to practising the Perfect Tense. Other resources I have made on this tense are set in the context of a holiday in Paris. The Perfect Tense of regular 'avoir' verbs in French (context: Module 2;Studio book 2) ppt. The Perfect Tense with 'être'. p. 34 - Studio book 2; Module 2; Paris, je t'adore! Written by the author of Heinemann's Mira express 1 and 2 Resources and Assessment Grammar Sheets.
wylamuk
Family presentation - use of mon, ma, mes

Family presentation - use of mon, ma, mes

Revision/introduction to family names (mum, Dad, brother, sister etc). Pupils practise this using the Simpson family. Use of mon/ma/mes (m/f/pl) and an activity to practise this.; sentence writing, using 'il s'appelle/elle s'appellent.'
helpea
Le meilleur système scolaire

Le meilleur système scolaire

I created this resource as part of a unit on education. It explores the strengths and weaknesses of different school systems around the world and gets students to think about how they learn and how different school systems attempt to provide the best answer to today's challenges around education. All sources are authentic (1 radio programme and 3 videos) and the links are on the worksheet. It is also an opportunity for students to learn and practise new vocabulary, as well as revise/learn about conjunctions that call for the subjunctive (bien que, pour que, sans que, etc.). This activity represents 1200 minutes of class work. This activity is ideal for A2 students, IB Higher level students or B2 level students.
Kamol
Articles en français

Articles en français

The file contains a lot of theory and exercises. Depending on the level of students, it usually takes me 1-2 lessons to treat the topic.
adaz