Object pronouns (d.o.p, i.o.p, y, en) - resource/big picture

Object pronouns (d.o.p, i.o.p, y, en) - resource/big picture

This 3 page document helps students see the 'big picture' of object pronouns as well as the importance of prepositions when deciding which object pronoun to use. A flow chart I created leads students to the right choice of object pronoun until the process becomes automatic. The second resource is useful for introducing the topic of object pronouns in lower levels as well as a reference document for students in upper levels. An example is provided for each item.
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15 BIG picture French grammar study guides for teaching, test and exam review

15 BIG picture French grammar study guides for teaching, test and exam review

Do you have a student who struggles in French? Do you have a student who still can't get a certain concept straight, no matter how many times you explain it? This resource is for that student. This resource is for YOU. :-) All of my Big Picture resources are combined in one document to save you money! Some of these documents are listed here individually - click on those links to get a preview of what the resource(s) look like. These documents are great for teaching the specific grammar topic as well as for test and exam review. In this document you will find 18 pages of Big Picture charts and/or explanations for the following: Questions Adjectives Comparisons Expressions of Time Verbs (general) Verbs (indicative) Negation Reflexive verbs Spell change verbs Passé composé Subjunctive Types of pronouns Object pronouns Object pronoun flow chart Demonstrative pronouns
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BUY ME!  :)  Chansons and videos! 37 upbeat songs + 22 videos with active and verified links

BUY ME! :) Chansons and videos! 37 upbeat songs + 22 videos with active and verified links

Are you looking for some upbeat songs and videos to inspire your students but don't have the time to look things up? Get ready to smile! This is a list of 37 songs and 22 short videos WITH LINKS that you can use right away! Some of the songs on the list (19) have my suggestions of grammar/language topics that they can help teach. Some of the songs are just fun to listen to! The page you purchase is a PDF with live links.
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French pronunciation, simplified!

French pronunciation, simplified!

Do you have students who struggle with correct French pronunciation? Of course! We all do! How much time do we spend teaching our newest learners how to properly pronounce words in French ? How often do they remember the correct pronunciation? I developed this system while reflecting on the struggles some of my tutoring students had this year. The MOURITSEN METHOD is easy to use for both teachers and students. You are purchasing a link to a YouTube video as well as supporting documentation. YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED WITH THIS IDEA!
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Verb Bundle - irregular verbs

Verb Bundle - irregular verbs

A bunch of helpful items for learning verbs! Included are: Ne...pas - teaching strategy (video) A lesson on irregular verbs - ppt Aller - teaching strategy (video) ER verbs with spelling changes - big picture Passé composé with avoir and être - ppt
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Classroom Commands

Classroom Commands

A Powerpoint presentation that introduces Classroom Commands. Great for the first days of French ! A two page PPT - the first page introduces the list of commands and the second page has the translations.
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Passé composé bundle

Passé composé bundle

Included in this bundle are: 1 PPT lesson 4 pc timed quizzes A 'Big picture' study guide and two games
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THE ULTIMATE, HUGE Object Pronoun Packet: direct, indirect, y, en

THE ULTIMATE, HUGE Object Pronoun Packet: direct, indirect, y, en

YOU WILL LOVE THIS PACKET! :-) Included are: THREE powerpoint presentations (2 in French) - lui et leur - direct object and indirect object pronouns - indirect object pronouns * exercises are included on each PPT A THIRTEEN page document that includes: A general introduction to object pronouns Pages that are specific to Y and EN Reference page - pronouns in French A flow chart to help students decide which to use (my students LOVE this!) Using object pronouns in the indicative with a variety of tenses. An exercise using object pronouns *with answers
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Beginning Basics Bundle - 9 French 1 PowerPoints

Beginning Basics Bundle - 9 French 1 PowerPoints

This beginning bundle includes the following: Classroom commands (2 pages) Greetings (8 pages) Numbers (3 pages) Calendar words (4 pages) How to conjugate a verb (12 pages) Comment vous sentez-vous? (1 page) La géographie QUIZ (3 pages) J'aime... (9 pages) Qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire? (6 pages)
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Verb worksheet for students - big picture

Verb worksheet for students - big picture

This worksheet helps students to see verb formations compared to each other. The following are part of the worksheet: INDICATIVE present -er, -ir,, -re imparfait futur simple conditionnel passé composé plus-que-parfait futur proche passé récent SUBJUNCTIVE present past IMPERATIVE regular irregular
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Ne...pas goes WHERE? - teaching strategy

Ne...pas goes WHERE? - teaching strategy

A few years ago, I noticed that my students couldn't remember where to put "ne...pas" in a sentence. It's easy to remember the placement of 'ne...pas' in the present tense, but my students struggled with placement in the passé composé, etc. This simple physical technique that I made up is catchy and easy to remember!
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Les adjectifs devant le nom - lesson

Les adjectifs devant le nom - lesson

A first introduction to adjectives that come before the noun. This is not an exhaustive look at these adjectives, but rather an introduction to BAGS. Included in this document/PowerPoint is a song (with lyrics I wrote!) to help students remember some of these adjectives. Included in the PowerPoint is a recording of the song. :)
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Final Exam Study Guide for French

Final Exam Study Guide for French

I created this study guide to help students organize what they have learned in my class. This is a packet that your students fill out as they study for the final exam. Included are areas for vocabulary words, a long section on verbs, as well as shorter sections on adjectives, adverbs, question words, quantities and object pronouns. The sections of the packet are short on purpose so students can see The Big Picture and not feel overwhelmed by the details.
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Camino de Santiago - Sept 2016 walk

Camino de Santiago - Sept 2016 walk

This is a PowerPoint presentation of my walk on the Camino in September 2016. The 54 slide presentation gives students an idea of what the walk was like. I have included a page that describes each slide briefly. This PowerPoint can be modified to meet the language needs your students. Additionally, I'm available to answer any questions you might have about the journey. This PPT does not address the religious aspect of the walk.
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SEMESTER of French 1 PowerPoints - Bundled

SEMESTER of French 1 PowerPoints - Bundled

Included in this bundle are 30+ PowerPoint presentations that correspond to chapters 1 through 7 in Allez, Viens! The presentations are organized by chapter and separated into different folders to make it easier to locate what you need. Chapter 1 has many, many PowerPoint presentations. Chapter 5, however, only has one file but that's because I did not separate the lessons into different presentations and instead included them in one PowerPoint. Included are: Chapter 1 la géographie how to conjugate a verb Basic introductions Calendar words J'aime... Numbers Qu'est-ce que tu aimes faire? Chapter 2 A quelle heure School in France Opinions – what do you think? Train travel in Switzerland Chapter 3 Ce cet cette ces Galeries Lafayette Paris Jeopardy Test review Adjectives first lesson Clothing and stores School supplies Chapter 4 Jeopardy test review Temperature and seasons Sports and activities General lessons for chapter 4 Review regular ER verbs Chapter 5 All in one ppt Chapter 6 Questions Possessive adjectives Chapter 6 lessons Chapter 7 People Permission and chores
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Les adjectifs devant le nom - lesson

Les adjectifs devant le nom - lesson

A first introduction to adjectives that come before the noun. This is not an exhaustive look at these adjectives, but rather an introduction to BAGS. Included in this document/PowerPoint is a song (with lyrics I wrote!) to help students remember some of these adjectives. Included in the PowerPoint is a recording of the song. :)
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SEMESTER of French 2 PowerPoints - Bundled

SEMESTER of French 2 PowerPoints - Bundled

Please see image to see files that are included. These correspond to the book Allez, viens! French 2 but can be used with any curriculum. The number in parenthesis after each listing is the number of pages in the PPT. For example. F2CH3 le passé composé (52) ----- the (52) means that there are 52 slides in the PPT
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Handbell set up made easy!

Handbell set up made easy!

Does it take your bell choir a long time to set up their bells at the beginning of rehearsal? Do you set up the bells but wish you could have help from someone who knew what to do? Here’s your solution! Each sheet has been marked* with bell assignments for positions 1-11 and 01-02. You simply print the document and place the sheet at each ringer’s position. Your ringers and your helpers can easily find where the bells go and in what order! *extra sheets are provided for you to use if your bell assignments are different from those here.
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Pronunciation chart French - resource

Pronunciation chart French - resource

Do your students struggle with proper pronunciation? Do you have a student who says "Bohn-jhour!" ? This chart will help you guide your students to proper pronunciation! This is a chart of 13 consonants (only two are in the preview)
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Passé composé ou l'imparfait - game

Passé composé ou l'imparfait - game

Passé composé ou l'imparfait - un jeu (PPT) This PowerPoint is a game to play with the class to help students learn which adverbs are used in the passé composé and which are used in the imparfait.
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Home school documentation online

Home school documentation online

Online Homeschool documentation form for high school students YOU NEED THIS FORM! :) This is an online form your kids fill out to keep track of things they study. I am a former teacher who homeschooled her children through a few years of high school. I created this Google form so that we could have details about the things that each kid studied on a specific day. I used a separate form for each child. You are purchasing a link to the Google form that is on my Google Drive. There are instructions for how to make a copy of the form in this document. The form is easily customizable to your specific situation. Additionally, I have set up this form so that it will populate a spreadsheet so your child's answers are easy for you to monitor. In our house, each kid filled out the form at the end of their daily studies. This information is automatically saved, so at the end of your academic year, you have specific details about what happened each day. This form was more valuable than gold when I had to write the homeschool supplement for their college applications. As their teacher, I had to write a narrative of each of the topics they studied, giving as many details as possible. I was able to look back at the years of responses from this form and give a very accurate, thorough description of what the kids did. There was no guessing. There were no questions of "What did you do yesterday?" Both of my kids are currently attending their choice of college.
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Let's talk!  A speaking game

Let's talk! A speaking game

I developed this resource to help my students have something to talk about during tutoring sessions. Instead of the normal 'How was your day/What happened today?' questions, I created an easy scenarios for students to discuss. Students use a pair of dice to find the topic of conversation. For example, a RED die with a roll of 1 might mean the subject of the conversation is "JE" and a GREEN die with a roll of 4 might mean for the student to tell something that happened using the past tense. Included are: 1 easy game in English and 3 in French (with varying levels of difficulty)
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