French verb FALLOIR - Present tense with indirect object pronouns
This French lesson is for intermediate learners who have learned IL FAUT and INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS. It is meant to show the many ways to use the verb FALLOIR - NEED without using the subjunctive. Students will learn the different meanings this verb can have and how to easily start speaking more like a French person in terms of expressing what they need (instead of using AVOIR BESOIN DE and DEVOIR).
Here’s what’s included:
Video tutorial - 23 minutes
Thorough 1 page study guide - PDF
80 practice cards using FALLOIR + numbered answer key
This resource includes two versions of the 80 practice cards. One version has four cards per page that you can print and cut them out in case you want your students to work with a partner or in small groups. The other version is a PDF with only one card per page so that you can either project them for a whole class activity or have students practice on their tablets or computers.
This resource includes a video lesson which you may or may not choose to use, but even if you want to teach the lesson yourself I think you and your students will appreciate the one page study guide that is included. I’ve put all of the important information from my video lesson on it as well as some helpful hints.
The 80 practice cards will help students to know how to talk about what they must do, what they have to do, and what they need.