FRENCH CONJUGATION FUTURE PERFECT - FRENCH -RE VERBS FUTURE PERFECT TENSE WORKBOOK - the verbs I’ve selected are 25 high-frequency regular and irregular French -RE verbs - I’ve found that these are really useful for my French students to know pretty much from the beginning of their learning. The workbook has 10 pages, 150 conjugations, 3 differentiated challenges and an accompanying 6-page answer key booklet. The answer key is an integral element of the conjugation activity - it gives my students a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations, and also helps them develop more independence in their learning. They also really enjoy assessing their own and each others’ work!
I’ve created a series of these quick conjugation workbooks, and have used them in my French classes for a long time. My students find them really useful for both practice and revision across the whole school year - even my more advanced students benefit from, and enjoy, the opportunity to go ‘back to the beginning’! The workbook is useful in various learning contexts, such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover/sub lessons. My students like to have several opportunities to work through the workbook, a couple of times a semester across a whole school year. This helps them to map progress in a very clear and structured way.
The workbook has the following structure:
Two alphabetical verb reference lists: FRENCH-ENGLISH and ENGLISH-FRENCH.
Three conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations:
CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 1: this challenge features each verb conjugated in French across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation.
CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 2: here I’ve given the French infinitive, and specified the target pronoun. Students then write the corresponding verb conjugation in French.
CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 3: I’ve given an English prompt, and students write the corresponding French verb conjugation, and its infinitive form - this is particularly useful for those students who haven’t quite learnt the infinitives, and tend to recognize only single, individual conjugations.
- NOTES & NEXT STEPS template, which my students visit regularly too - it really helps them to map their progress independently, and to think about what they may need to do to move on a little further. We sometimes do this together as a whole-group discussion, which works well too.
MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BONNE CONJUGAISON !