French subject pronouns sudoku games
Use these sudoku games to practice all nine subject pronouns in French. 5 versions are included. Students place a subject pronoun in each empty box so that each row, column and nine or six box square contains each of the pronouns.
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1 page handout on personal pronouns in French. Includes subject pronouns, direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns, and stress pronouns. Intended for advanced grammar review, not for presenting material as new. Explanations are in English; examples are in French.
Worksheet has 17 sentences to be rewritten using pronouns. Includes subject pronouns, stress pronouns, object pronouns. There are 4 sentences that are multiple choice - which pronoun will NOT fit. May be used as a quiz. For AP French or advanced grammar review course.
A hand out which explains when and how to use personal pronouns, direct object pronouns and indirect object pronouns. A 2 page word document. Could be used a lesson starter or as a revision hand out. No exercises attached so this would need to be supplemented.
This booklet contains 10 worksheets on the key verbs required for GCSE success and answer sheets for more personalised AFL. The worksheets can also be used with KS3 students or for recapping with post-16 students. There are 4 differentiated worksheets focusing specifically on avoir and être in the present tense, but there are also sheets on verbs in the present and perfect tenses (regular only) as well as the imperfect, conditional , future and subjunctive tenses as well (regular and irregular).
The worksheets requires student to read an explanation of when tenses are used and how verbs are conjugated in the different tenses, research specific verbs as a model to follow and then conjugate additional verbs on the sheet. There is a task which involves translating some key verbs. An additional extension task would be to put additional verbs on the board and ask students to apply their knowledge to these other verbs whilst working in pairs, maybe on mini whiteboards.
List of grammatical constructions and tenses that impress examiners. I give it to my students as soon as everything on the list has been taught and ask them them to swear by it when writing essays or engaging in debates.