French teaching resources: Basics

Resources and ideas for French, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

GCSE  Intensive verbs and  tenses revision

GCSE Intensive verbs and tenses revision

A number of grammar quickies and gap-fill exercises to practise tenses and reading comprehension skills across most GCSE topics. For free self-marking ONLINE grammar activities go to language-gym.com/work-outs/ and select grammar modules. For a free interactive ONLINE verb trainer go to: www.language-gym.com/verb-trainer/

By gianfrancoconti1966

Futur Antérieur Worksheets - Quizzes

Futur Antérieur Worksheets - Quizzes

Two things are very important when teaching the French futur antérieur tense. First, students need to know how this tense is formed and then they need to understand how and when to use it. Here is a set of two worksheets that can also be used as homework or quizzes.One worksheet focuses on formation of the futur antérieur while the other one has students choose between using the futur simple and the futur antérieur. Subjects or subject pronouns and infinitives are provided and students must fill in the blanks according to context. Each worksheet contains 15 sentences and answer keys are provided.

By jenniferlcrespin

Futur Antérieur Task Cards + Powerpoint

Futur Antérieur Task Cards + Powerpoint

This is a set of 30 French FUTUR ANTÉRIEUR tense task cards + powerpoint that you can use in a number of ways with your students. Each card has a sentence written in the futur simple and your students must transform the sentence to the futur antérieur. This is a nice cooperative speaking activity or if you choose you can use the task cards as a written assignment. A student response sheet is included if you decide to use the cards this way. I'm including a powerpoint version of the cards should you want to project them and have the whole class work together. There's a nice mixture of common regular and irregular verbs to work with. There are verbs using both avoir and être as helping verb as well as a few reflexives (even two that don't require making agreement on the past participle as a challenge). Students can work with a partner as a cooperative activity and to practice speaking or they can work individually to practice writing. Task cards are a nice alternative to worksheets which can sometimes seem tedious or boring. Just print, cut out and laminate these cards and you're ready to go, no prep for years to come! If you look in the upper left corner you'll see a space where you can neatly punch a hole in each card and then connect them with a keyring. This really makes using these task cards easy enough to decide on using at the drop of a hat, and they make for fantastic review.Included with this product:30 futur antérieur task cards, black and white version30 futur antérieur task cards, color versionAnswer keyStudent response sheetPowerpoint version

By jenniferlcrespin

Futur Antérieur Video Lesson

Futur Antérieur Video Lesson

This is a comprehensive lesson on the French FUTUR ANTÉRIEUR tense. This is an 18 minute video lesson in which I explain and illustrate how to form the futur antérieur as well as how and when to use this tense. The illustrations are very clear and all examples are in written form. At the end of the video I talk students through a 10 question quiz in which they must decide whether to use the futur antérieur or the futur simple. All of the questions and answers are clearly written for students to see.A version of the video lesson included in this bundle is on YouTube. However, this one is for you to use with your students and it is not the same. In your version of the video lesson there is no reference made to my website or to supporting my work in any way. This video lesson is entirely appropriate for your students with no marketing for Love Learning Languages included other than on the title page where the name of my store is written.

By jenniferlcrespin

Futur Antérieur Video Lesson and Resource Bundle

Futur Antérieur Video Lesson and Resource Bundle

This is a complete resource bundle on the French FUTUR ANTÉRIEUR. This bundle includes an 18 minute video lesson in which I explain how to form the futur antérieur as well as how and when to use this tense. At the end of the video I talk students through a 10 question quiz in which they must decide whether to use the futur antérieur or the futur simple. Included in the resource bundle you will find two worksheets / quizzes. One of them focuses on forming the futur antérieur while the other one asks students to choose between the futur antérieur and the futur simple according to context. There is also a set of task cards for you to use with your students either in small groups as a speaking activity or for individual students to use as a written assignment.Futur Antérieur Worksheets - QuizzesFutur Antérieur Task Cards + PowerpointA version of the video lesson included in this bundle is on YouTube. However, the one included for you to use with your students is not the same. In your version of the video lesson there is no reference made to my website or to supporting my work in any way. This video lesson is entirely appropriate for your students with no marketing for Love Learning Languages included other than on the title page where the name of my store is written.

By jenniferlcrespin

Transition pack - Bonjour - Ça va? -  introduction to French {EDITABLE} {TWO LESSONS}

Transition pack - Bonjour - Ça va? - introduction to French {EDITABLE} {TWO LESSONS}

BONJOUR - ÇA VA?Allez 1 or Tricolore 1The 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 understandingI 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.@EloCamden

By MllePierre

2nd Grade French basics Bundle! 29 lessons! (US Version)

2nd Grade French basics Bundle! 29 lessons! (US Version)

Save 14% by buying this bundle ! All the basic topics suited for 2nd Grade and beyond: - France and French culture - Greetings and Name - Classroom Instructions - The French alphabet - Numbers 0-20 and Age - The colours - Numbers 20-50 - The date and birthday - My family Those topics will last 29 weeks (1 hour lesson per week) without counting the assessments! This is the US version as some words are spelled differently in the UK. There is another UK version in my shop! There are lots of activities, songs, dialogues and games. The 5 skills (listening, understanding, speaking, writing and reading) are all present. With cute and happy cartoons, the topics are adapted for children and motivate them to learn French while having fun! It is made for teachers who speak French but also those who don't! They are all very easy to follow. The lesson plans and audio sounds of the vocabulary are there to help you learn and pronounce the words beforehand!

By Mr-French

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 6 To understand a weather story (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 6 To understand a weather story (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 6 To understand a weather story continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the sixth lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Class bingo lesson with animated class score cards reviewing clothes and weather; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structures (My - singular and plural forms); screens 5-7: Presenting "my" with clothes items; introducing "I need" with clothes items; Henri the dinosaur goes camping story; Plenary: Supportive sentence template enabling children to make longer sentences about what they need to wear in different weather conditions in each season;* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit)

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 3 To say what you wear (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 3 To say what you wear (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 3 To say what you wear continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the third lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Class pairs matching game with programmed cards reviewing weather pictures and phrases; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structure (I wear + clothes items); screens 5-7: presentation of 12 clothes items with the key structure; Plenary: Listening activity with Henri the dinosaur;* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit)

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 5  To describe when we wear items (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 5 To describe when we wear items (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 5 To describe when we wear items continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the fifth lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Listening activity reviewing key structures from lessons 3 and 4 and ordering pictures of clothes; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structure (when); screens 5-7: Presentation supporting children with joining up their learning about weather and clothes to make longer sentences saying what they wear when; Plenary: Picture multiple choice listening activity;* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit).

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 4 To say what others wear (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 4 To say what others wear (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 4 To say what others wear continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the fourth lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Reviewing colours song from the Year 3 About Ourselves Unit with music sound file attached; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structures (He/She wears); screens 5- 7: Presenting clothes with the new key structures and adding in colour descriptors; Plenary: Review of how some colour words can change their spelling and look different with different clothes nouns;* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit)

By scwebster

Primary French COPIABLE PUPIL WORKBOOK: Year 3 Out & About

Primary French COPIABLE PUPIL WORKBOOK: Year 3 Out & About

A collection of 6 b/w illustrated copiable worksheets with 3 differentiated tasks in A3 format folding to an A4 pupil workbook and in single worksheet A4 format. The booklets also contain a self-evaluation smiley face sheet for both teachers and pupils to record progress. The resource continues the "learn as you teach" Year 3 Spring 2 French series: Out & About which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs and includes worksheets for the following objectives in the unit:Leçon 1: To say what the weather is like Leçon 2: To describe seasons; Leçon 3: To say what you wear; Leçon 4: To say what others wear; Leçon 5: To describe when we wear items; Leçon 6: To understand a weather story.(Other recommended resources which may be used in support of the above resource include the power point shows and attached lesson plans for the unit).

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE UNIT: Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About

Primary French WHOLE UNIT: Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About

Beautifully illustrated unit, continuing in the "learn as you teach" Primary French series. Everything you you need, all in one place:* Six whole lesson files each containing a power point show for every learning objective; a screen by screen guidance lesson plan, with a plain speak vocabulary for all the language in the unit and grammar notes together with an A4 b/w illustrated worksheet relating to the main body of the show with three differentiated tasks. Shows also have whole class games, listening, speaking, reading and writing activities embedded with programmed animation; a range of native speaker sound files for every item of language with attached music files for songs. * For good measure and your convenience the six b/w illustrated worksheets with 3 differentiated tasks, one for each learning objective have also been supplied separately in A4 format and in an A3 folding to A4 booklet format complete with pupil self evaluation smiley face record sheet for the for pupils and teachers to record progress.* In addition there is a set of classroom display resources covering all the language in the unit together with an illustrated colour, pupil vocabulary learning mat.* A FREE Year 3 MFL work scheme detailing all the units and language in the scheme in order. Did you get everything you need? Review and I will reply and, if needed, update. You should be able to re-download an updated resource at no extra charge from the site. Enjoy!

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 1 To say what the weather is like (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 1 To say what the weather is like (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 1 To say what the weather is like continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the first lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Reading picture and statement match activity reviewing the language learnt in the previous Year 3 Home & Family unit; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structure (It is + weather statements); screens 5-7: Presenting 10 weather expressions including the question (What is the weather like?); Plenary: Pair speaking activity asking and answering the question (What is the weather like today);* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit)

By scwebster

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 2 To describe seasons (Year 3 Out & About)

Primary French WHOLE LESSON: Leçon 2 To describe seasons (Year 3 Out & About)

Leçon 2 To describe seasons continues the Year 3 "Learn as you teach" French series which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary class teachers and HLTAs. The lesson is the second lesson in the Year 3 Spring 2 Out & About unit and includes:* A power point presentation with a range of native speaker sound files attached to every item of language with animation designed to support both learners and presenters:Starter: Weather phrases song with music sound file attached; screens 3-4: Lesson objective and key structure (in +seasons); screens 5-7: Presenting seasons and adding weather phrases; Listening to two French characters describe the weather in different seasons;* A lesson plan with screen by screen guidance on how to present the show to pupils including a complete French/English vocabulary for the whole of the Year 3 Out & About Unit with grammar notes;* A b/w illustrated worksheet with 3 differentiated tasks that has been directly linked to the main body of the power point show.(Another recommended resource which teachers may laminate and use in support of this lesson, is the double sided A4 colour illustrated pupil vocabulary for the unit).

By scwebster

Primary French PUPIL VOCABULARY LEARNING MAT: Year 3 Out & About

Primary French PUPIL VOCABULARY LEARNING MAT: Year 3 Out & About

An illustrated double sided A4 colour pupil vocabulary learning mat with all the vocabulary in the Year 3 Spring 2 French series: Out & About. The pdf continues the "Learn as you teach" Spanish resources for non-language specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs and is ideal for supporting both presenters and learners.(Other recommended resources which can be used with this resource include the whole lesson resources for the unit).

By scwebster

Primary French CLASSROOM DISPLAY/FLASHCARDS: Year 3 Out & About

Primary French CLASSROOM DISPLAY/FLASHCARDS: Year 3 Out & About

An illustrated double sided A4 colour pupil vocabulary learning mat together with larger A4 and A5 colour flashcards and posters for all the vocabulary in the Year 3 Spring 2 "Learn as you teach" French series: Out & About designed for non-language specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs. The pdf includes 26 full colour pages.(Other recommended resources designed to support this resource include the whole lesson resources for the unit).

By scwebster

Un nouveau pays

Un nouveau pays

A set of activities that I used with my French year 7 groups to revise the topics of countries, local area, shapes and colours, geography and the weather, food and economy (as well as personal descriptions, clothes and a weather forecast). They completed the activities over several lessons, working in groups as a competition. They produced some outstanding displays.View more

By corcuera

Talking about what's on TV

Talking about what's on TV

3/4 lessons leading up to adapting and acting a role-play where students argue about what to watch on TV. Very useful to have imported some pages from French TV programmes, but you surely can find some on the internet too. Students revise expressions of opinion, TV programmes and how to tell the time. See ppt notes for more details.

By kessia

Les couleurs (French colours) 3 lessons! US version 2nd Grade

Les couleurs (French colours) 3 lessons! US version 2nd Grade

This topic is about the colors and say what is your favorite color is in French. This is the US version as the word "color" is spelled differently in the UK. These lessons are suited for 2nd Grade and beyond. This topic will last 3 weeks (1 hour lesson per week).There are lots of activities, songs, dialogues and games. The 5 skills (listening, understanding, speaking, writing and reading) are all present. With cute and happy cartoons, the topics are adapted for children and motivate them to learn French while having fun! It is made for teachers who speak French but also those who don't! The lessons are very easy to follow. The lesson plan and audio sounds of the vocabulary are there to help you learn and pronounce the words beforehand! It includes:- 3 Powerpoint presentations- 1 lesson plan- 1 lesson sheet ( with all the key vocabulary: for the children to stick in their books)- 1 HA worksheet (Assessment)- 1 LA worksheet (Assessment)- 1 word search- 1 Card game to laminate- Audio clips of vocabulary (in the powerpoints to practice beforehand)- 1 Smart board activitiy (if you have the Smart Notebook software)- Information documents (About, Advice and tips, Copyright)

By Mr-French

J'ai... Qui a? CHEZ LE MÉDECIN - French vocabulary game

J'ai... Qui a? CHEZ LE MÉDECIN - French vocabulary game

This is a really fun game to practice with your students who are learning vocabulary about CHEZ LE MÉDECIN, and it involves NO PREP once you've printed and cut out the cards. I've included both a beginner and intermediate version of the game as well as black and white and color versions. The beginner version has the words written out and the intermediate version only shows pictures. Have a look at the thumbnails to see what they look like. Each version includes 41 cards. Depending on class size you could either give each student more than one card or have them play with a partner. I recommend printing out and laminating these cards if possible so that you can use them over and over again.You may also be interested in these related resources: Chez le Médecin - French Taboo Speaking Game: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/chez-le-m-decin-french-taboo-speaking-game-11585849French Speaking Questions - Chez le Médecin - Doctor and Hospital Vocabulary: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/french-speaking-questions-chez-le-m-decin-doctor-and-hospital-vocabulary-11585151Here's how this game works. Once each student has a card (or cards), the one who has the card that says "Je commence" starts the game. He says, for example, Je commence! J'ai une fraise. Qui a une orange? The person who has the card with an orange on it says, J'ai une orange. Qui a du bacon? And so the game goes on until the last card is called and that student's card will say, J'ai fini!Another idea is to prepare two sets of cards, divide your class into two groups and let each group have a go to see which team can get through the entire deck of cards the fastest. If the vocabulary is completely new you could start out with the beginner deck and as the words become more familiar you could move on to the intermediate level. It's really a lot of fun, and though you can play with younger students the older ones love this game just as much.

By jenniferlcrespin

Chez le Médecin - French Taboo Speaking Game

Chez le Médecin - French Taboo Speaking Game

Playing French TABOO is a great way to get students to speak French and learn a lot of new vocabulary. This game is simple to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. The them of this TABOO game is CHEZ LE MÉDECIN. 41 French-English cards are included.You may enjoy my set of 30 speaking questions with the same theme: CHEZ LE MÉDECIN. Just follow this link: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/french-speaking-questions-chez-le-m-decin-doctor-and-hospital-vocabulary-11585151All of the words on the cards are in French and English. This is very useful as many of the words will be new to students.20 of my favorite French TABOO games are available in a BUNDLE at 50% off: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/french-taboo-speaking-games-bundle-11519295This French Taboo game includes the following:How to play (beginner and advanced levels)41 Taboo game cards to print, cut out and laminate if possible *In the upper left corner there's a spot for you to punch holes in the cards so that you can then hook them together with a ring for no prep use every time!Object of the game:One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.Beginner students should be allowed to use the TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues.

By jenniferlcrespin

Chez le Médecin - Vocabulary Speaking Activities BUNDLE

Chez le Médecin - Vocabulary Speaking Activities BUNDLE

There's a lot of useful vocabulary for students to learn when we teach about CHEZ LE MÉDECIN. I have three activities that I love to use to get students talking and to reinforce all of the vocabulary they'll need to talk about going to the doctor's office or hospital. These are the three vocabulary speaking activities that are included in this bundle. Just click on each link to read full details about each resource. This bundle includes: Chez le Médecin - French Taboo Speaking Game French Speaking Questions - Chez le Médecin - Doctor and Hospital Vocabulary J'ai... Qui a? CHEZ LE MÉDECIN - French vocabulary game

By jenniferlcrespin

Dice Game - Regular French -RE Verbs - Present and Passé Composé Tenses

Dice Game - Regular French -RE Verbs - Present and Passé Composé Tenses

This is an easy to play 30 minute dice game to practice 18 different regular French -RE verbs in the present and passé composé tenses. My high school students love this game, and it can get very competitive if you decide to play it as a race (details are explained with the activity). Students divide up into teams and play six versions of this dice game. The dice determine which subject and -RE verb to conjugate.Included with this activity:How to play Six different versions of the game with answersStudent response and scoring sheet This dice game is an especially fun way to practice while learning about the present tense and passé composé. All of the verbs in this activity use AVOIR as helping verb. More advanced students also benefit from the review.

By jenniferlcrespin

French election  Final round Macron VS Le Pen / Les elections françaises 2eme tour.

French election Final round Macron VS Le Pen / Les elections françaises 2eme tour.

The French have voted for their 2 favorite candidates for the presidential elections. It is now quite hard to tell the future and if you are teaching French you may find it hard to explain the programs of each of the candidates. This resource will help you teach about the elections by putting the results into the French context and by explaining the birth of each political party. This resource is aimed at intermediate-advanced level students. This resource contains a PPT with 24 slides with different activities. It also contains a booklet for students so that they can keep a track of their learning. All the activities are corrected to save you time. Here's what you will get:1. a matching up activity with the 5 main political parties that were competing (texts with main ideas and political trends)2. a true/false activity about the political campaign3. a reading with questions about Marine Le Pen and her program4. Two video clips: Students need to answer questions about her political trends and main concerns for the voters of the Front National5. A mini-biography to reorder about Marine Le Pen6. A reading about the history of the FN and how it is presented now7. A text about Emmanuel Macron and his program with questions8. A brainstorming about what students may know about him9. A video clip with questions10. a mini-biography to reorder about Emmanuel Macron11. A text giving some insight about his Party En Marche12. The results as a conclusionEnjoy. I am sure it will help you teach about the elections and their importance not only in France but also on the international scene. I suggest you also use this resource that gives you a clear idea of the political system in France.Check here French election Process

By foxtrotters

French Speaking Questions - Chez le Médecin - Doctor and Hospital Vocabulary

French Speaking Questions - Chez le Médecin - Doctor and Hospital Vocabulary

Want your French students to use their CHEZ LE MÉDECIN - DOCTEUR vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more.Check out my bundle of themed vocabulary question sets to get your students speaking French: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/french-themed-vocabulary-speaking-questions-growing-bundle-11573033You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for doctors and hospitals or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way.There are 30 questions in all. All of the questions are asked in the TU form and require the answering student to respond using JE. More than half of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than OUI and NON responses. Questions are in the present, futur proche and passé composé tenses. Topics used in these cards:* Body parts* Illnesses* Symptoms* Personal experiences* PreferencesAll cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Have a look at the thumbnail to see how cute they turn out. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.

By jenniferlcrespin