ASSESS THE GENERAL QUALITY OF MY WORK WITH THIS FREE DOWNLOAD. Download the remaining four lessons for this module here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/studio-2-m2-a-trip-to-paris-rouge-with-students-handouts-12139595 Whole lesson power point presentation and handout on using the perfect tense of regular avoir verbs; using negatives.
Lesson activities include:
- Introducing a range of key verb infinitives which will be used in the lesson. Students translate into English.
- Introducing how to form the perfect tense of regular verbs with avoir. Students then conjugate the verbs from the first task in the first person singular (je).
- Introducing a series of phrases to talk about what you did in Paris using the key question Qu’est-ce que tu as fait à Paris?
- Reading translation task: Students translate the phrases from the previous task into English.
- Slide with pictures of Paris activities suitable for pronunciation reinforcement or games (beat the teacher; swat the picture; ‘psychic’ game, etc.)
- Listening task: Students listen to someone talking about a trip to Paris and note the letters of the pictures in the order they are mentioned.
- Speaking task: Working in pairs students ask and answer the Qu’est-ce que tu as fait à Paris?
- Reading task: Students read an email about what activities someone did in Paris. They complete the sentences about it by choosing from the two options given in each case.
- Recapping how to form a negative sentence. Students then change the affirmative phrases about activities in Paris into negative ones.
- Listening task: Students listen to someone talking about a trip to Paris and note the three sentences which are not mentioned.
- Speaking task: Working in pairs, students ask questions to try and work out the identity of each other, based on the picture prompts. An example exchange is provided.
- Introducing simple opinions and justifications. Students translate into English.
- Writing task: Students produce an extended writing piece imagining they went to London. They include opinions, what they did and why. London attractions as well as connectives are provided.
Suitable for KS2 and KS3 French teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up as you click. Based on the Studio 2 Rouge Course.
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