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Dice Game - French Passé Composé Avoir - Regular ER-IR-RE verbs - Jeux de Dés

Dice Game - French Passé Composé Avoir - Regular ER-IR-RE verbs - Jeux de Dés

Dice Game - French Passé Composé Avoir - Regular ER-IR-RE verbs - Jeux de Dés This is an easy, exciting, and fast moving 30 minute dice game to practice the French passé composé of regular verbs using avoir as helping verb. 180 verbs are included! My high school students love this game, and it can get very competitive if you decide to play it as a race (detailed instructions are included). Students divide up into teams and play a dice game, the dice determining which subject and infinitive to conjugate in the passé composé. Included with this activity: How to play Five different versions of the game with answers Student response and scoring sheet
jenniferlcrespin
French reading comprehension texts and questions for beginners - SET 2

French reading comprehension texts and questions for beginners - SET 2

French reading comprehension texts and questions for beginners - SET 2 10 French reading comprehension activities with questions to get your beginning to intermediate French students reading more. These no prep and easy to print worksheets cover ten different themes and eighteen grammar points. Themes: → Faire du shopping → Je le lui dis tout le temps → Je n’ai jamais → Je ne veux pas → Je veux bien, mais je ne peux pas parce que je dois… → Les devoirs → Parler couramment → Quel est ton plat préféré? → Quelle nationalité? → Toujours et jamais Grammar points covered across the ten texts: → regular ER verbs + ouvrir → futur proche + falloir → negation → regular IR verbs → dormir, sortir, partir → nationalities, languages → common adverbs → regular RE verbs → prendre, comprendre, apprendre → interrogative words + quel → demonstrative adjectives → vouloir, pouvoir, devoir in present tense → passé composé with avoir and negation → voir, croire, boire → direct object pronouns → écrire, lire, dire → indirect object pronouns → direct and indirect object pronouns together Answer key and English translations of the texts are included. 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
L'été - French crossword puzzles - Summer theme - 10 versions

L'été - French crossword puzzles - Summer theme - 10 versions

L’été - French crossword puzzles - Summer theme - 10 versions 10 French crossword puzzles for quick no prep activities while teaching your chapter on seasons or getting ready for summer vacation. The clues are written in English and students must translate the English words to French. Definite articles and indefinite articles are not used in these puzzles. Answer keys are provided. Each puzzle includes up to 30 words. Please note that while all versions of the puzzle are different, the same 30 words are used over and over. 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
FRENCH SPEAKING PLACEMAT (KS3 and KS4)

FRENCH SPEAKING PLACEMAT (KS3 and KS4)

This placemat is an ideal guide to encourage regular speaking in lessons and work on pronunciation skills. It also includes a guide on question words and guidance on the role play, photo card and general conversation which can be used from year 7 upwards.
AstridMonika
Magic square on French imperfect tense conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on French imperfect tense conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs attendre, défendre, perdre and entendre and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular IR-verbs conjugation

Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular IR-verbs conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs finir, grandir, applaudir and choisir and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular RE-verbs conjugation

Magic square on French passé composé with avoir of regular RE-verbs conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs attendre, défendre, perdre and entendre and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares. Enjoy!
msteresaja