Partons en vacances!
The new focus in teaching a second language is on creating authentic action-oriented lessons for our students. “Action-oriented tasks are purposeful acts set in a context that students could face in everyday life in a variety of situations. These tasks are open-ended and complex, requiring a variety of knowledge and skills, and there are many possible paths leading to attaining the specific end goal.” (A Guide to Reflective Practice for Core French Teachers The Action-Oriented Approach)

Example of a task included in this package :

“Des vacances désastreuses”
Tu n’es pas content du tout avec l’hôtel que tu as choisi! Rédige un article pour TripAdviser qui décrit les problèmes. Utilise des affiches pour te donner des idées.

This unit also contains :

 40 student worksheets plus

 3 vocabulary lists
o à l’hôtel
o à la gare
o voyager en avion

 1 Bingo game
o Teacher call cards
o 17 Bingo cards
o 1 visual vocabulary list

 Problems at the hotel
o 14 posters

 3 menus
 3 short skits
 18 Internet links corresponding to the tasks
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  • Vacances-2TpT.pdf

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Created: Sep 11, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

Lesson Plan

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