Un Viaje a España - Internet activity unit

Un Viaje a España - Internet activity unit

This activity unit has everything you need for your students to plan a virtual trip to Madrid! Air travel, hotels, shopping, meals, transportation, museums, events and budget worksheets - you can use them on a stand-alone basis to address different themes, or together as one big unit. Includes a list of websites that will be useful to complete the project as well as a QR link to a page with clickable links. Planning travel is a useful skill for all students but it's also a fun activity to do.
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Un voyage à Paris - Internet activity unit

Un voyage à Paris - Internet activity unit

This activity unit has everything you need for your students to plan a virtual trip to Paris! Air travel, hotels, shopping, meals, transportation, museums, spectacles, and budge worksheets - you can use them on a stand-alone basis to address different themes, or together as one big unit. Includes a list of websites that will be useful to complete the project. Planning travel is a useful skill for all students but it's also a fun activity to do.
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Ancient Egypt - digital breakout

Ancient Egypt - digital breakout

Breakouts can be fun, but also tricky if you don't have the equipment or the time to set one up. Avoid the hassle by playing digitally! All you need is enough devices for students to work in small groups and Internet connectivity. At least one student in each group will need either a Google or Gmail account. This breakout explores the topic of ancient Egypt. It includes: the pyramids Hatshepsut the Nile river flooding mummification hieroglyphics Includes detailed instructions and answer key. Great for use as an introduction to a space unit or as a review.
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The TGV - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

The TGV - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

Product Description Comprehensible Input is the most important thing to give your beginning French students. This item is a non-fiction CI lesson about the TGV. It includes a 32-slide powerpoint in very basic French (even as early as first semester!) with lots of repetitions plus a 9-page printable set of activities that include a text version of the powerpoint, comprehension questions, retells for both oral and written, additional resources, a grammar worksheet about "on peut" and "il faut" + infinitive and answer key. Target structures are: va très vite – goes very fast entre - between on peut acheter – one can buy il faut – it is necessary, it takes
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Thomas Pesquet - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

Thomas Pesquet - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

Thomas Pesquet is a French astronaut who recently spent 6 months on board the ISS. Your students can learn more about him while getting lots of CI and repetition. This lesson is for beginning French learners - even as early as first semester, once you've taught them a few basic vocabulary words. It focuses on the following phrases and words: il quitte la terre pendant le voyage il fait dans l'espace The lesson includes: A 25-slide powerpoint biography about Pesquet and his trip to the ISS a printable version of the story on a single page comprehension questions about the story a grammar explanation and practice worksheet about the je, il and elle form of er verbs guided story retell and rewrite sheets with images from the powerpoint additional resources page answer key
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Space Exploration - Digital breakout

Space Exploration - Digital breakout

Breakouts can be fun, but also tricky if you don't have the equipment or the time to set one up. Avoid the hassle by playing digitally! All you need is enough devices for students to work in small groups and Internet connectivity. This breakout explores the topic of space exploration. It includes: Sputnik Yuri Gagarin Apollo 11 The Challenger the ISS the future of space exploration Includes detailed instructions and answer key. Great for use as an introduction to a space unit or as a review.
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The Renaissance - digital breakout

The Renaissance - digital breakout

A breakout game with no preparation, no materials, no locks - all you need is enough devices for your students (individually or in small groups) and internet access! This digital breakout game includes: science art Da Vinci Marco Polo invention of the printing press Includes a detailed instruction guide and answer key. Lots of challenging fun for your students, either as an introduction to the Renaissance or a review.
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The Great Depression - digital breakout

The Great Depression - digital breakout

All of the fun of a breakout game with none of the equipment or planning time! You just need Internet access and enough devices for your students to work individually or in small groups. Great as an appetizer or a review for the Great Depression, this breakout looks at: the stock market crash the dust bowl the New Deal the TVA Hoovervilles Includes detailed instructions and answer key.
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La Ville de Paris - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

La Ville de Paris - Comprehenisble Input for beginning French learners

Comprehensible Input is a great way to get students using French, but sometimes it's hard to come up with great starter ideas. This lesson will teach your students about the city of Paris, but also give them lots of CI! The lesson focuses on these target words and phrases: (ils/elles) habitent, il y a, beaucoup de, s'appelle The language used is very basic with lots of cognates and limited vocabulary. Students could do this lesson as early as their first semester of French. The lesson consists of: a 21-page powerpoint with a simple reading about Paris a paragraph version of the powerpoint text with simple comprehension questions a short postcard reading activity based on the powerpoint a short postcard writing activity a grammar explanation of the ils/elles form of verbs a guided oral retell with images a guided written retell with images additional video and website links answer key
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Lafayette - Comprehensible Input lesson for beginning French

Lafayette - Comprehensible Input lesson for beginning French

Hamilton is the hottest musical around - and Lafayette plays a huge role in it. Your students can learn more about this French hero of the American revolution while getting lots of CI. his lesson is for beginning French learners - as early as the first semester, once they've learned some very basic vocabulary. It focuses on the following phrases and words with LOTS of repetitions: est un soldat se battre (se bat/se battent) contre pour The lesson includes: A 22-slide powerpoint telling the story of the Marquis de Lafayette A printable version of the story on one page comprehension questions about the story a grammar explanation and practice sheets about possession using "de" a worksheet to practice using pour and contre guided story retell and rewrite sheets with images from the powerpoint additional resources page answer key
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The Cold War - Digital Breakout

The Cold War - Digital Breakout

Breakout games are fun, but can be a lot of work to set up the traditional type. Save some time by playing a digital breakout! No need for locks or copies or any other preparation other than having devices and internet access! This digital breakout game includes: the domino theory the space race the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan the Cuban Missile Crisis the Fall of the Berlin Wall Detailed instructions and an answer key are included.
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Emmanuel Macron - reading for Int/Adv French learners

Emmanuel Macron - reading for Int/Adv French learners

Emmanuel Macron seemingly came out of nowhere to win the French presidential election in 2017. Who is he and why was his new party able to win not only the presidency, but also a majority of seats in the National Assembly? This reading for intermediate and advanced French learners will answer these questions as well as allow students to learn about the campaign platform and French election system. It includes a 2-page reading, comprehension questions in French and English, an infographic about the issues in the election, answer key and links to related videos and websites.
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Vietnam War - Digital Breakout

Vietnam War - Digital Breakout

Breakout games are fun, but setting them up takes time. This digital breakout is a timesaver! No locks or prep, all you need is a set of devices with Internet access. Play the game in small groups or individually. This breakout includes: The Tet Offensive the Gulf of Tonkin Incident Ho Chi Minh Protests at home the Fall of Saigon Land Mines Includes detailed instructions and an answer key.
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US Civil War digital breakout game

US Civil War digital breakout game

Breakout games are fun, but can be difficult to arrange if you don't have the materials. This item is a digital breakout game, so you don't need any locks or preparation other than devices for your students and Internet access! The US Civil War breakout includes information about The Battle of Gettysburg, The Gettysburg address, Robert E Lee, the Emancipation Proclamation and facts and figures about the war. Includes detailed instructions and answers.
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The American Revolution - Digital Breakout

The American Revolution - Digital Breakout

Breakout games are fun, but can take a lot of prep time and materials. This digital breakout is all the challenge and fun with less hassle! Students will need computers/laptops with internet access, and can do the breakout individually or in small groups. Use this as an introduction to the American Revolution or as a fun way to review. The breakout includes: Lexington Paul Revere the Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party George Washington
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US Constitution - Digital Breakout Game

US Constitution - Digital Breakout Game

Breakouts are fun for students, but can require a lot of prep work and supplies. This one avoids that issue by being entirely digital! All you need for this activity is enough devices for each group to have 1-2 to work on and internet access. The breakout has students finding the codes to unlock the locks and rescue the Constitution from being destroyed. To find the codes, they will be learning about: The First Continental Congress The Federalist Papers The 3/5 Compromise The Bill of Rights Ratification Item includes detailed instructions and answers for the breakout and a link to the breakout website.
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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry - reading for int/adv French learners

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry - reading for int/adv French learners

Antoine de Saint-Eupéry is one of the best-known French authors for his beautiful story about Le Petit Prince. But he is also an interesting person with a courageous story and background. Learn about his life in this reading for intermediate and advanced French students. Item includes: 2-page reading comprehension questions in French and English answer key additional resources guide
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World War 1 - digital breakout game

World War 1 - digital breakout game

Students love doing breakout games - they are challenging and exciting, but can be a hassle with lock malfunctions and prep time. This is a digital breakout - so all you need is a tablet or laptop with internet access! This breakout includes sections on: submarines trench warfare the assassination of Franz Ferdinand the Armistice the Treaty of Versailles Students will be able to work individually or in groups to solve the clues and find the codes to unlock the box. This item includes a detailed guide to the breakout with answers so you can help your students when they get stuck...or not! Note: If you're not sure if this item will work on your school's computer system, please visit this site to try out a free digital breakout: https://sites.google.com/view/joyeuxnoel
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Chartres Cathedral - reading for int/adv French learners

Chartres Cathedral - reading for int/adv French learners

Chartres Cathedral is an architectural and historical marvel. The building itself was shaped by the events of history, but remarkably the stained glass windows have survived fairly well through centuries of fires, natural disasters and war. Read about the remarkable history of this beautiful building in this reading activity for intermediate and advanced French learners.
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The Chunnel - Reading for int/adv French learners

The Chunnel - Reading for int/adv French learners

After many years of dreaming and planning, the countries of England and France were finally linked by a tunnel under the English Channel. At the time of construction, it was the biggest, most expensive project ever undertaken by man. This reading explores the planning, construction and current issues brought up by the tunnel. Includes: 2 page reading for intermediate/advanced French learners comprehension questions in English & French answer key additional resource links
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Leonardo da Vinci - reading for French learners

Leonardo da Vinci - reading for French learners

Da Vinci is an interesting and amazing man of the Renaissance. He painted, studied anatomy, designed castles, and was an inventor and an engineer. This reading shares tells the story of the man behind the most famous painting in the world. This item includes: 3-page reading for intermediate/advanced French learners 2-page reading in simplified French for beginning learners (present tense, limited vocabulary) comprehension questions in French and English answer key additional resource guide
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Mont Saint-Michel reading for int/advanced French learners

Mont Saint-Michel reading for int/advanced French learners

The Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most famous tourist attractions in France. It is also the home of some amazing natural phenomena. This article tells the story of the Mount, from its beginnings as a religious community to the most recent issues with the new bridge and environmental problems. Includes: 3-page reading comprehension questions in both French and English answer key authentic resource: reading a French tide table additional resources list
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Loire valley châteaux - reading for int/advanced French learners

Loire valley châteaux - reading for int/advanced French learners

The Loire valley is home to many beautiful castles. Each castle has a story of its own, and the Renaissance architecture is breathtaking. This reading for intermediate and advanced French learners includes: 5 page-reading about the castles comprehension questions in both English and French answer key links to additional resources 5 printable 8.5-X10" posters of different castles
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