BONJOUR - ÇA VA?
The first two lessons on how to greet someone in French. These two lessons come with fully editable power-points and lots of fun images and interactive activities to get your students motivated and interested in the subject. Great lessons to start the year.
- A mini-video and a French 'bonjour' rap song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7tJSTCI-L8)
- A first fun homework worksheet
- Lots of mini role-plays activities to get them speak
- Some spelling and pronunciation tips throughout the power-point
- Confidence building activities to start the year
- A starter activity for each lesson on the first slide + learning objective
- Challenge activities throughout the power-point
- A listening activity with a video link
- A plenary activity to check understanding
I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much.
In Montreal all the street signs are in French!
Use the signs to practice basic vocabulary of food and daily life.
Use the cultural information to compare and contrast with your own community.
Use the pictures to talk about Quebec, Canada´s French speaking province.
Real signs for content based language!
Yes, even beginners can understand Montreal street signs.
Have fun with the beginners! They may not know all the words, but will understand the meaning of the signs.
Students are often afraid of reading words they do not know. Here is the way to get rid of that fear, plunge in and enjoy.
Culture in content.
This is a complete one-hour lesson designed to introduce students to language for ordering food and dealing with prices. It is designed to accompany the relevant pages in Expo 2 but can be used to accompany any KS3 French textbook.