thefrenchwhisperer
thefrenchwhisperer
4.444193 reviews

A few years ago, I retired from my position as head of Modern Languages, a bit fearful of the "R" word. But to date, it has been nothing but fun! Canadian law requires school-aged actors to study with a qualified teacher when they’re off-camera. Many of our young actors are in immersion French so I've found a happy little niche, teaching a few days a week as an on-set tutor and moving in inspiring and creative circles! Furthermore, I get to share resources here! Vive la retraite!

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This triangle puzzle can be used as a co-operative activity or as an enrichment puzzle for individuals. Students have to match the edges of the triangles that ask and answer questions or begin and finish sentences.

If possible, laminate the puzzle sheets. Then cut up one puzzle for every two or three students. Put the 12 triangles into an envelope. Et à vos jeux.

If you ask your students to make sure that the 12 triangles are returned to their respective envelopes after the activity, you should be able to reuse the same game pieces with many future groups.

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tifleur

a year ago
5

TRES LUDIQUE.

cgrubb07

2 years ago
5

My class loved this, I made a bunch of copies and arranged it like a cooperative puzzle competition.

helenwhitelaw

6 years ago
5

Merci bien, beaucoup de travail et vraiment utile!

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