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French ER verbs present tense - Cut and paste worksheets

French ER verbs present tense - Cut and paste worksheets

These cut and paste worksheets focus on present tense conjugations of regular ER French verbs. These five printable black and white worksheets are really useful for practicing subject verb agreement. Students love cutting, pasting, and coloring as you see in the preview. Each worksheet includes six personal pronouns and six regular verbs. Great for core French or immersion schools! Included: ✩ 5 worksheets ✩ Answer keys Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
Mon école et les matière - French Speaking Activity Bundle

Mon école et les matière - French Speaking Activity Bundle

9 x No prep pairwork speaking activities Topic: Mon école et les matière Encourage fluency and confidence using Spanish with thematic conversation activities. 1) L’éducation 2) Les langues 3) La religion 4) L’histoire 5) La géographie 6) La science 7) L’art 8) Les nombres 9) La musique Part 1: Photo description & comparison Encourages use of linking terms, connectors and cohesive devices Vocabulary acquisition Part 2: Discussion questions Debates Agree / disagree Advantages / disadvantages Encourages fluency and confidence using French Can be used for a 1-1 speaking class or pair-work activity in a large class Instructions for PART 1: 1) Working with a partner with the same photo (student As with As, Bs with Bs), students attempt to identify the vocabulary in their photo. (alternatively, for low-level students, the teacher can provide students with a vocabulary list and the students label the photo). 2) Change pairs to AB. 3) Student A describes photo while student B listens attentively. 4) Student B describes photo while student A listens attentively. 5) Still without looking at each other’s photos, students attempt to identify 3 differences between their photos. Students may now look at each other’s photos and describe 2-3 differences each. Encourage use of CONNECTORS: Premièrement, Deuxièment,Pour finir Cependant, D’autre part, Alors que De plus, En outre, Par ailleurs Instructions for PART 2 1) Students ask each other the discussion questions. Encourage students to: Extend their answers Elicit more information Agree / disagree with their partners Justify their arguments 2) Students try and report to their new partner everything they can remember which their old partner has just told them. Encourage students to use the questions to guide their memory. GAMIFICATION ALTERNATIVES PROVIDED WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS (in French)
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French Brainstorming game - Remue-Méninges Classic

French Brainstorming game - Remue-Méninges Classic

I love to play the game Brainstorming with my students! Easy to play and use with beginners and advanced students alike. This Remue-Méninges set is a classic version with no specific theme. Object of the game One player or team tries to get his teammate to guess the words related to the first word. The player must give clues in FRENCH. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed in 3 minutes. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The teams take turn guessing and verifying the words have been guessed. You can also play this game in pairs! Amusez-vous bien! You can also have your students study the vocabulary on the cards! Included ✩ 75 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 75 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ 75 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 75 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ File for projecting one card at a time in French only ✩ File for projecting one card at a time with French and English words ✩ How to play Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
French A level Translation Workbook

French A level Translation Workbook

A workbook (with an answerbook included as a separate document) for A level students doing French and needing translation practice. There are exercises on each theme from English to French and from French to English. The themes include: family structures, modern values, friendships, relationships youth trends, personality and identity educational and employment opportunities regional culture and identity in France and French speaking countries media, art, film and music in the French speaking world migration and integration cultural identity and marginalisation cultural enrichment and celebrating difference June1940-May 1945 the cultural dimensions in occupied France 1945-1950 Suitable for any exam board
SophieNimmo
AS - Qu'est-ce que le patrimoine?

AS - Qu'est-ce que le patrimoine?

Introduction to the chapter “Le Patrimoine”. 11 slides with many cultural elements (patrimoine régional wallon, projet de recherche individuel, vidéo d’introduction a l’Unesco, vocabulaire) + worksheet and flashcards for the starter activity.
werycharlotte
Revision Booklets and vocab list for A Level Year 1 and 2 (Edexcel)

Revision Booklets and vocab list for A Level Year 1 and 2 (Edexcel)

A booklet of vocabulary for the topics below and two booklets of ideas and statistics on all the topics covered in the Edexcel A Level: l’éducation, le monde du travail, la musique, les médias, les festivals et traditions, l’extrême droite, la France occupée, le Régime de Vichy and l’immigration
EvW9
Les Animaux

Les Animaux

French lesson on animals. Includes a variety of activities, games and a homework.
14bensona
KS4 French cover worksheet

KS4 French cover worksheet

A simple independent cover worksheet for KS4 French that can be for any occasion. Ideal for last minute cover lessons! Practises a range of exam skills such as describing a photo, description into both English and French and also an authentic reading task. Readily differentiated by outcome.
1charmed
Le Pacs en France - A level

Le Pacs en France - A level

Aimed at A level students doing the AQA spec: subtheme la famille en voie de changement There is a particular focus on speaking and reading/translation tasks PPT provides information on: what PACS is conditions of it statistics for class discussion gap fill and writing exercise on PACS class discussion questions regarding PACS, alternatives to marriage in other countries, and why marriage trends have changed translation exercise Extra exercises available for those needing an extension
SophieNimmo
Essay No et Moi A level French

Essay No et Moi A level French

A written answer for the essay question: « Qui se ressemble s’assemble » et « les opposés s’attirent ». En quoi ces deux dictons français décrivent-ils les personnages du roman No et moi de Delphine de Vigan?
juliebarcelona
AS level French Revision Booklet

AS level French Revision Booklet

For A level students having studied the AQA AS spec, this booklet covers all the topics with particular focus given to examples students can use in their speakings. Also covers key information in the textbooks, as well as coming with a revision checklist. Topics include: la famille en voie de changement la cyber-societe le role du benevolat une culture fiere de son patrimoine la musique francophone contemporaine le septieme art
SophieNimmo
French Taboo game - Le Petit Prince

French Taboo game - Le Petit Prince

Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. French Taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. This Taboo set is about the wonderful and delightful classic story of the Petit Prince written by Antoine de Saint Exupéry. This Taboo set Special le Petit Prince edition includes 167 Vocabulary words translated as well as files in French only. Great for Immersion schools! Object of the game One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can’t use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the underlined word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The teams take turn guessing and verifying no Taboo words have been used. You can also play this game in pairs if everyone agrees not to cheat. Beginner students should be allowed to use the French TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues. You can also have your students study the vocabulary on the cards! Included ✩ 35 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 35 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ 35 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 35 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ File for projecting one card at a time in French only ✩ File for projecting one card at a time with French and English words ✩ Sheet for recording new vocabulary words ✩ 15 mots max - alternative way to play ✩ How to play Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
50 French speaking writing prompts - Advanced level

50 French speaking writing prompts - Advanced level

This set of 50 speaking prompts cards and 50 writing prompts is tailored for advanced learners of French. Challenge your French 3 and 4 as well as AP students!! Students love talking to each other, and especially at the end of senior year there is a lot to reflect upon. Writing is an essential part of mastering a language. The topics are inviting and fun. There will be lots of additional themes added. The questions are smart and thought provoking. We also include a French grading rubric for easy grading! You can print the writing prompts and the students can write directly on them. The speaking cards can be used in class with the projecting file, printed and laminated for in class speaking activities or used by the students on their tablets. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
jenniferlcrespin
L'expression du temps - When to use POUR, PENDANT, DEPUIS, IL Y A exercise and handout

L'expression du temps - When to use POUR, PENDANT, DEPUIS, IL Y A exercise and handout

My French students always get confused when expressing durations of time. This resource includes a one page handout with simplified rules and examples in French and English for when to use pour, pendant, depuis, and il y a. There is space beneath each rule and example for students to write their own examples in French and English. The exercise that follows includes 25 sentences for students to fill in the blanks with pour, pendant, depuis or il y a. A variety of tenses are used in this exercise. Sentences are written in the present tense, passé composé with both être and avoir as helping verbs, futur proche, passé récent, futur simple, and imperfect. Answer key is included. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
holiday activities using nous + present tense

holiday activities using nous + present tense

I created this resource to support Y8 on their unit 5 in the Studio book. Starting with the very basic nous + present tense expressions, I made a table with more complex structures to show students how they can extend their sentences. This worksheet has a big match-up exercise and a writing task. Ideal for beginners. Covers the topic of typical holiday activities.
chachapluche
French pros and cons of technology KS3-4

French pros and cons of technology KS3-4

KS3/4 worksheet on using technology and social networks. Reading activity followed by consolidation tasks practicing arguments for and against technology. Last activity is a writing task, scaffolded to present arguments with sequencing words in a logical paragraph. UPDATE : student AFL box at the bottom of last page !
garciamargot
Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre

Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre

Le jeu des 7 familles- être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre Le jeu des sept familles - A classic card game is fun for students of all ages! This version is for practicing the present tense conjugations of être - aller - avoir - faire - parler - finir - attendre. Includes: How to play (en français) 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock This card game is an excellent way to practice and memorize verb conjugations, and it will have your students speaking to each other in French the whole time! In the deck of 42 cards there are 7 families of 6 cards (je - tu - il - nous - vous - ils). One player distributes five cards to each player (2 to 4 per group). The rest of the cards are placed in the “pioche”. One player begins the game by asking another player to give him a card. He might say: Dans la famille AVOIR, est-ce que tu as J’AI? His goal is to come up with a complete family. If the player doesn’t have it, he says PIOCHE. If he draws the card that he asked for, he can continue to play and ask someone for another card. Each time a player comes up with all six members of a family, he can make a stack. At the end of the game, the player with the most sets of families wins!
jenniferlcrespin
Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular IR verbs present tense card games Le jeu des sept familles - A classic card game is fun for students of all ages! This version is for practicing the present tense conjugations of regular ER verbs. 2 game sets are included using the following verbs: finir, choisir, obéir, réussir, accomplir, grandir, grossir, nourrir, punir, ralentir, réfléchir, remplir, rougir, vieillir. Includes: How to play (en français) Set 1: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock Set 2: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock This card game is an excellent way to practice and memorize verb conjugations, and it will have your students speaking to each other in French the whole time! In the deck of 42 cards there are 7 families of 6 cards (je - tu - il - nous - vous - ils). One player distributes five cards to each player (2 to 4 per group). The rest of the cards are placed in the “pioche”. One player begins the game by asking another player to give him a card. He might say: Dans la famille FINIR, est-ce que tu as JE FINIS? His goal is to come up with a complete family. If the player doesn’t have it, he says PIOCHE. If he draws the card that he asked for, he can continue to play and ask someone for another card. Each time a player comes up with all six members of a family, he can make a stack. At the end of the game, the player with the most sets of families wins!
jenniferlcrespin
Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular ER verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular ER verbs present tense card games

Le jeu des 7 familles- Regular ER verbs present tense card games Le jeu des sept familles - A classic card game is fun for students of all ages! This version is for practicing the present tense conjugations of regular ER verbs. 2 game sets are included using the following verbs: travailler, voyager, gagner, parler, jouer, manger, danser, chanter, étudier, aimer, regarder, fermer, nager, préparer. Includes: How to play (en français) Set 1: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock Set 2: 42 playing cards to print on heavy paper or cardstock This card game is an excellent way to practice and memorize verb conjugations, and it will have your students speaking to each other in French the whole time! In the deck of 42 cards there are 7 families of 6 cards (je - tu - il - nous - vous - ils). One player distributes five cards to each player (2 to 4 per group). The rest of the cards are placed in the “pioche”. One player begins the game by asking another player to give him a card. He might say: Dans la famille PARLER, est-ce que tu as JE PARLE? His goal is to come up with a complete family. If the player doesn’t have it, he says PIOCHE. If he draws the card that he asked for, he can continue to play and ask someone for another card. Each time a player comes up with all six members of a family, he can make a stack. At the end of the game, the player with the most sets of families wins!
jenniferlcrespin
French Taboo game - le cinéma movies

French Taboo game - le cinéma movies

Play this French Taboo game - le cinéma movies and have some fun! Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. French Taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can’t use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the underlined word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The teams take turn guessing and verifying no Taboo words have been used. You can also play this game in pairs if everyone agrees not to cheat. Beginner students should be allowed to use the French TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues. You can also have your students study the vocabulary on the cards! Included: 35 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - color copy 35 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy File for projecting one card at a time Sheet for recording new vocabulary words 15 mots max - alternative way to play How to play LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
30 French speaking prompt question cards - Le cinéma - The movies

30 French speaking prompt question cards - Le cinéma - The movies

30 French speaking prompt question cards - Le cinéma - The movies Want your French students to use their movie vocabulary in meaningful context? Use the cards to teach them the vocabulary if you want. This low prep activity is a fun way to encourage your students to speak more and engage in conversation. It is a perfect resource to use in immersion, core or homeschool curriculums. You can use these cards after teaching specific vocabulary and grammar for movies or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. Read on to find out the many ways I like to use these cards including the popular SCOOT game. Instructions and recording sheet are included. All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a ring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities. Included: ➱ 30 speaking prompt cards - color (4 per page to print and cut out) ➱ 30 speaking prompt cards - grayscale ➱ PDF version to project and avoid printing (1 card per page to project) ➱ 9 different ways to use these cards ➱ Scoot game instructions ➱ Scoot recording sheet There are many ways you can use this set of task cards: ✫ Print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and attach on a ring for small groups to ask and answer questions. ✫ Project the pdf file in class to work in group or with your whole class and avoid printing. ✫ Use as a warm-up speaking activity with a conversation partner. As students enter the classroom have them choose 2-3 cards from a box. ✫ Students who finish their work earlier than others can choose a few of the cards and write out correct answers to false statements. ✫ Use as exit tickets. Give each student a card before the end of class and as they walk out of the room they tell the teacher their answer. ✫ Stations: Put students into groups and divide the cards amongst them. Have groups rotate to a new station as they finish the cards. ✫ Scoot: Put one card on each desk in the classroom. Give each student a response sheet and set a timer to give them just enough time to answer true or false and to correct the false statements. When the timer rings students move on to the next desk and the next question. All cards are numbered so it is simple to stay organized. Full instructions are included. ✫ Use the cards with board games. Students must answer a question in order to move. ✫ Use the cards as an icebreaker activity at the beginning of the school year or right after school holidays. ✫ Great resource for tutoring sessions and vocabulary building.
jenniferlcrespin
French writing paragraph of the week - Full year French writing program

French writing paragraph of the week - Full year French writing program

**Full year French writing program - 50 French writing activities - Écriture sans préparation ** This whole year French writing program will have your students writing every day. Each of the fifty writing activities in this program includes five pre-writing and writing activities for Monday through Friday. These writing prompts are a great way both to introduce and to review writing. Provide each student with a paragraphe de la semaine folder and have them add to it every day as you give them daily assignments. At the end of the week have them turn in their folders. On Monday, you can start over again with a new theme. This paragraphe de la semaine writing resource contains 50 weeks worth of Monday through Friday prewriting and writing activities. When you purchase this French writing bundle you save 25% and as a bundle bonus you also get the same prompts in the form of speaking cards for differentiated learning. This encourages students to speak to each other in small groups using the same themes and vocabulary they’ve worked with through the writing program. For the speaking prompts, there is also a PDF with only one card per slide if you prefer to project the prompts or use them on tablets rather than printing. Use these weekly no prep writing activities with many different levels whether you teach primary immersion, primary core, or traditional middle and high school. You can easily modify the activities for older students. The themed prompts are suitable for any age. For older students you can just leave out the drawing activity and move through the others more quickly than you would with younger ones. Here are the themes included in set 1: ❶ le matin ❷ le week-end ❸ ma chambre ❹ je n’ai pas peur ❺ ma matière préférée ❻ les vacances ❼ les voisins ❽ la pizza ❾ la pluie ❿ l’école Here are the themes included in set 2: ❶ la personne que j’admire le plus ❷ mon anniversaire ❸ mon repas préféré ❹ les restaurants ❺ les sports ❻ après l’école ❼ les vêtements ❽ mon quartier ❾ notre salle de classe ❿ les émotions Here are the themes included in set 3: ❶ l’hiver ❷ mes parents ❸ j’étais fier ❹ je n’aime pas manger ❺ les devoirs ❻ être heureux ❼ un château de sable ❽ le soir ❾ j’ai peur ❿ bien élevé Here are the themes included in set 4: ❶ une cabane dans les arbres ❷ je n’aime vraiment pas manger ❸ un bon sandwich ❹ rester en bonne santé ❺ le samedi après-midi ❻ quand je serai adulte ❼ la piscine �� un parc d’attractions ❾ le zoo ❿ trois souhaits Here are the themes included in set 5: ❶ si j’étais invisible ❷ si j’étais un serpent ❸ la mer ❹ la montagne ❺ la télévision ❻ la lune ❼ voyager dans le temps ❽ si je savais voler ❾ les notes ❿ sous mon lit Here’s how this writing program works: ✍Lundi: Je dessine - Give students a drawing page with a writing prompt at the top. This will have them beginning to think about the writing theme for the week and is their first pre-writing assignment. Kids love drawing, and the pictures they draw will later serve as inspiration! ✍Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student receives a booklet to help them explore the vocabulary related to the week’s writing theme. The front page includes the writing prompt of the week and an image. The second page includes over 80 frequently used French words. Page three lists 12 words that go along with the theme of the week, and the back page has space for ten words that students have either thought of on their own or looked up in the dictionary. The booklet is a simple one page printable that you can either fold in advance or have students do it on their own. Kids write their name on the front cover and you could have them color it. ✍Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Students go back to their vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose ten words that they will include in their rough draft. The words they choose can be a combination of words they have chosen and themed vocabulary that was already written in the booklet. They then write down the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says “ Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe.” ✍Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Students write a rough draft of their paragraph using the vocabulary words selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page includes a 5 point checklist at the top for students to evaluate their work for themselves before writing the final copy on Friday. This will motivate students to look over their work and make corrections. ✍Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The fifth and final step in this writing program is to write the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about this week’s theme by now. At the top of the final copy page they’ll see the writing prompt and question words that they can ask themselves while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment ** Ways you can use this writing program:** ✎ Enhance your writing program by practicing a little every day. ✎ Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. ✎ Daily 5 rotations ✎ Homework ✎ Writing centers ✎ Fast finishers ✎ Tutoring sessions ✎ No prep sub materials ✎ Morning work ✎ Project on whiteboard for a whole class speaking activity
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 5 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 5 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day, Monday - Friday. Easy way to introduce and review writing. Give each student a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it as you give them assignments. On Friday, they turn them in. On Monday, start over. Themes in Set 5 invisibe serpent mer montagne télévision lune voyager dans le temps voler sous mon lit les notes Click here for Set 1 Click here for Set 2 Click here for Set 3 Click here for Set 4 Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a prompt. They think about the theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and their pictures serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary. Front page shows the writing prompt and image. Page 2 has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go with the theme, and the back page has space for 10 words students think of or look up. The booklet is a 1 page printable that you can fold in advance. Write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words are a combination of those they’ve chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write rough draft of paragraph using vocabulary selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate work before writing the final copy. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in the program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about the theme. The top of the final page has the prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
jenniferlcrespin
Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 4 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 4 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day, Monday - Friday. Easy way to introduce and review writing. Give each student a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it as you give them assignments. On Friday, they turn them in. On Monday, start over. Themes in Set 4: une cabane dans les arbres je n’aime vraiment pas manger un bon sandwich rester en bonne santé le samedi après-midi quand je serai adulte la piscine un parc d’attractions le zoo trois souhaits Click here for Set 1 Click here for Set 2 Click here for Set 3 Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a prompt. They think about the theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and their pictures serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary. Front page shows the writing prompt and image. Page 2 has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go with the theme, and the back page has space for 10 words students think of or look up. The booklet is a 1 page printable that you can fold in advance. Write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words are a combination of those they’ve chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write rough draft of paragraph using vocabulary selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate work before writing the final copy. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in the program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about the theme. The top of the final page has the prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Enhance your writing program by practicing every day. Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
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Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 1 - 10 week French primary writing program

Le paragraphe de la semaine - Set 1 - 10 week French primary writing program

This 10 week French writing program will have your students writing every day. Each activity includes 5 writing activities for Monday through Friday. These prompts are a great way to introduce and to review writing. Provide each student with a paragraphe de la semaine folder and they add to it every day as you give them assignments. At the end of the week they turn in the folders. On Monday, start over with a new theme. Themes in Set 1: le matin le week-end ma chambre je n’ai pas peur ma matière préférée les vacances les voisins la pizza la pluie l’école Click here for Set 2 How the program works: Lundi: Je dessine - Students get a drawing page with a writing prompt at the top. This will have them think about the writing theme for the week. It is the 1st prewriting assignment. Kids love drawing, and the pictures they draw will serve as inspiration! Mardi: Mon livret de vocabulaire - Each student gets a booklet to explore vocabulary related to the theme. The front page shows the writing prompt of the week and an image. The 2nd has over 80 frequently used French words. Page 3 lists 12 words that go along with the theme, and the back page has space for ten words that students either think of on their own or look up in the dictionary. The booklet is a one page printable that you can fold in advance or have students do it. They write their name on the front cover and they can color it. Mercredi: Vocabulaire - Go back to vocabulary booklets from Tuesday and choose 10 words to include in the rough draft. Words they choose are a combination of words they have chosen and themed vocabulary already written in the booklet. They write down the chosen words on their vocabulary page that says: *Mots de vocabulaire utiles: J’utiliserai ces mots dans mon paragraphe. * Jeudi: Mon brouillon - Write a rough draft of their paragraph using vocabulary words selected on Wednesday. The brouillon page has a 5 point checklist to evaluate their work before writing the final copy on Friday. This motivates students to look over their work and make corrections. Vendredi: Ma copie propre - The 5th step in this program is writing the final copy. Students should feel very confident in writing about this theme. The top of the final page has the writing prompt and question words to consider while writing: qui - quoi - quand - où - pourquoi - comment Ways to use this program: Enhance your writing program by practicing every day. Use the prompts at writing centers Monday - Friday. Daily 5 rotations
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La santé - Health - Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions

La santé - Health - Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions

Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 35 vocabulary words related to health Includes 20 discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for middle and high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on health. The questions are thorough and thought provoking as always! I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page.
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Les manières - manners Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions

Les manières - manners Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions

Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 35 vocabulary words related to manners, good or bad! Includes 20 discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for middle and high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on culture. The questions are fun and thought provoking as always! I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page.
jenniferlcrespin
La nourriture Food - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions

La nourriture Food - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions

Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 35 vocabulary words related to Spring with 20 discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for middle and high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on travels and tourism. I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page. We now include a page with the vocabulary and no English translation for our Immersion school friends! Included: 35 vocabulary words to get ideas for discussion and studying 20 thought provoking discussion questions
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Le printemps Spring - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions

Le printemps Spring - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions

Le printemps Spring - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 35 vocabulary words related to Spring with 20 discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for middle and high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on travels and tourism. I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page. We now include a page with the vocabulary and no English translation for our Immersion school friends! Included: 35 vocabulary words to get ideas for discussion and studying 20 thought provoking discussion questions
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Tourisme et voyages - Tourism and travel - French themed conversation questions

Tourisme et voyages - Tourism and travel - French themed conversation questions

Tourisme et voyages - Discussions ciblées - French themed conversation questions Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 34 vocabulary words related to tourism and travels with 20 thought provoking discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for middle and high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on travels and tourism. I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page. We now include a page with the vocabulary and no English translation for our Immersion school friends! Included: ➯ 34 vocabulary words to get ideas for discussion and studying ➯ 20 thought provoking discussion questions
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REACH THE SKY FRENCH GCSE QUESTIONS

REACH THE SKY FRENCH GCSE QUESTIONS

REACH THE SKY FRENCH GCSE QUESTIONS This is a last minutes Mat revision designed for students in GCSE in French. It will helps them to know the essential ways to ask questions in French. This mat follows the new specification for 2018 examination. This is an A4 double sided mat.
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AS/A Level French resources

AS/A Level French resources

This Edexcel AS/A Level French bundle includes: A summary of the History of the National Front Reading and Listening practice papers Practice translations (French to English and English to French) Practice questions for the Speaking exam. Of course all resources have been created by me and not certified by ofqual but I am using them with my students.
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