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Hello! I'm a French teacher but I also taught English in the past. I am happy to share the materials I used. I hope you will find them useful. I also wrote a dozen of self-published books. Check them out! :) https://amzn.to/2m6QTT7

Hello! I'm a French teacher but I also taught English in the past. I am happy to share the materials I used. I hope you will find them useful. I also wrote a dozen of self-published books. Check them out! :) https://amzn.to/2m6QTT7
Etude d'un message - Habitat et logement - "Dois-je déménager ?" (4 exercises+answers)
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Etude d'un message - Habitat et logement - "Dois-je déménager ?" (4 exercises+answers)

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This activity addresses the subject of housing. You can read a fictive message posted on an Internet forum. A person lives in a large and beautiful house, but has a problem: her work is far away, and she is thinking about moving. She would like to get some advice. This work allows you to use the vocabulary of housing and everyday life. The students will have to read a text and understand its meaning, and then develop a reflection based on it. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX) with 4 exercises (including a writing exercise) + its PDF equivalent. A complete answer sheet Details: First, there is a text with 12 blank spaces to fill in, from the list of words provided. Then, you have to find the meaning of 8 words, from the choices provided. The words are: souci, banlieue, chic, s’accumuler, galérer, spacieux, apprécier, internaute. Then comes an comprehension exercise, with 6 questions about the text (“true or false”). Finally, two questions of expression: (1) what would you advise the person to do? (2) Describe your accommodation. We hope you will enjoy this worksheet!
Writing - Imagine your planet (English / ESL)
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Writing - Imagine your planet (English / ESL)

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In this easy, no-prep activity, the students will imagine what “their” planet would look like. It is an interesting activity to be linked with space-based topics. This activity can also help them improve their writing skills and develop their imagination. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page printable pdf and a modifiable docx A blank circle where the student can draw “his” or “her” planet. Empty space to write the name of the planet, describe it and give details about its inhabitants A blank rectangle to draw a creature of this planet.
Oral comprehension - "Todd is talking about his current job"
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Oral comprehension - "Todd is talking about his current job"

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Hello! In this document you can find a text with empty spaces, and a word list. The document is both in PDF and DOCX. You can use it with the mp3 file linked to in the document, or on this link: http://www.soundguideweb.com/data/job/todd2.mp3 It is a 38-second audio file, and you can hear Todd talking about his job. I took the transcript and enhanced it in a document, in which I added a picture. You can easily use it in class, as I already did several times. Thank you and take a look at our other materials if you’ve got some time! Greetings from France
Les auxiliaires ÊTRE et AVOIR / French auxiliaries ÊTRE and AVOIR
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Les auxiliaires ÊTRE et AVOIR / French auxiliaries ÊTRE and AVOIR

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In this exercise, you’ll be able to study the French verbs ÊTRE (to be) and AVOIR (to have). This sheet has been made by myself, a 30-year-old French teacher for strangers and migrants near Paris. I spent most of my life in France and I’m happy to share my knowledge. The exercise sheet goes along with an answer sheet. It can be modifiable (DOCX) or not (PDF)
Mots croisés sur le singulier et le pluriel, en français
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Mots croisés sur le singulier et le pluriel, en français

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This worksheet contains a crossword puzzle (mots croisés) on the topic of singular and plural in French (singulier et pluriel). It is a funny way to teach the plural of some words, which can be quite puzzling for non French speakers (like : horse/horses which becomes cheval/chevaux). The document contains an answer sheet so it will be easy to correct this exercise. Check out my other exercises on my page! I hope you will enjoy this worksheet.
Singulier et pluriel - Transformer les phrases (French plural form)
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Singulier et pluriel - Transformer les phrases (French plural form)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students practice the plural form in French. The sentences in singular have to be transformed into the plural form. There are 20 sentences to be transformed this way. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF An exhaustive answer sheet
Masculin et féminin - Phrases à transformer (French basics)
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Masculin et féminin - Phrases à transformer (French basics)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students practice the masculine and feminine form in French. The sentences in masculine form have to be transformed into the feminine. There are 16 sentences to be transformed this way. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF An exhaustive answer sheet
Crossword puzzle (mots croisés) on the masculine and feminine form in French
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Crossword puzzle (mots croisés) on the masculine and feminine form in French

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This worksheet contains a crossword puzzle (mots croisés) on the topic of masculine and feminine in French (masculin et féminin). It was made by myself, a French teacher living in France. It is a funny way to teach the feminine form of some words, which can be quite difficult in French. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page printable and modifiable DOCX and a printable PDF An answer sheet to help you correct this exercise. I hope you will enjoy this worksheet :)
Written comprehension (French) / Compréhension écrite : "Hachiko, le chien le plus célèbre du Japon"
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Written comprehension (French) / Compréhension écrite : "Hachiko, le chien le plus célèbre du Japon"

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This document is an illustrated text written in French, dedicated to Hachiko, a famous Japanese dog faithful to his owner: for years after his human’s death, he would always show up on the spot where he would greet the professor once he came back from work. In this worksheet, you will find a text explaining this story, with questions about the text, as well as other writing questions. The answers of the questions are included in the document, in a separate sheet.
La personnalité des gens : adjectifs utiles (Personality - French worksheet)
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La personnalité des gens : adjectifs utiles (Personality - French worksheet)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students improve their vocabulary in French, by learning several adjectives used to describe the personality of a person. You will get used to words like: honnête, altruiste, impulsif, sympa, perfectionniste, drôle, orgueilleux, patient, généreux, timide, maladroit, désagréable, optimiste, généreux, peureux, prudent, enfantin, dangereux, sensible, malhonnête… What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX), and its PDF equivalent, containing: An exercise with gaps to fill from the words of the list, Another exercise where you have to circle the right word between two, for each of the sentences. An exhaustive answer sheet.
"Que font-ils ?" (What are they doing? Describe the activity - French worksheet)
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"Que font-ils ?" (What are they doing? Describe the activity - French worksheet)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students express themselves in French by describing what the characters are doing. It contains a two-page table with characters doing activities on the left. Below, words are written. They will help students write complete sentences: on the right, they must describe what each character is doing. This is a funny way to write short and useful sentences in French. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX) with 16 sentences to write. Its PDF equivalent A complete answer sheet (2 pages)
Synonyms in French (les synonymes) - Worksheet with 3 exercises + answers
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Synonyms in French (les synonymes) - Worksheet with 3 exercises + answers

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This worksheet will help your French-learning students to improve their vocabulary by studying French synonyms. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A modifiable worksheet with three exercises: Match the words Find the synonym (multiple-choice answers) Find the mismatch A complete answer sheet The worksheet is in DOCX format as well as PDF.
Les adjectifs pour décrire les gens - Useful adjectives to describe people (French worksheet)
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Les adjectifs pour décrire les gens - Useful adjectives to describe people (French worksheet)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students improve their vocabulary in French, by learning several adjectives used to describe people (commère, courageux, élancé, farceur, hyperactif, impatient, intelligent, mince, paresseux, ridé, sociable, sérieux, sportif ; cheveux bruns, frisés). You will find 15 sentences with gaps to fill, using the words from the list on the left. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX), and its PDF equivalent. An exhaustive answer sheet
French Interrogative Pronouns - Worksheet (22 sentences with gaps to fill + answers)
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French Interrogative Pronouns - Worksheet (22 sentences with gaps to fill + answers)

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Interrogative pronouns, primarily used for asking questions, are very important in French. In this worksheet, you will find 22 sentences where the students need to find the appropriate interrogative pronoun (qui, que, où, comment, quoi, quand, combien, à qui) for each gap. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF A complete answer sheet
"La routine de Thierry" (Thierry's daily routine). Activities about daily life, 4 exercises+answers
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"La routine de Thierry" (Thierry's daily routine). Activities about daily life, 4 exercises+answers

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This illustrated activity will help students learn vocabulary related to daily routine and free time. They will have to read a text and understand its meaning, and then develop a reflection based on it. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX + its PDF equivalent) with 4 exercises (including a writing exercise) A complete answer sheet Details: In the first exercise, Thierry explains his daily routine. You must fill in 12 empty spaces from the words in the list. In the second exercise, several French words are mentioned (from the text: work, society, concentrated, generally, attempt, banal, license…), and the meaning must be found from the proposed choice. In the third exercise, the student will be asked to answer questions about the text. Finally, in the fourth exercise, the learner will have to write on two topics: (1) is Thierry’s routine boring? and (2) what do you like to do in your spare time? We hope you will find this activity useful :)
Written comprehension - Dental care (English / ESL)
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Written comprehension - Dental care (English / ESL)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students understand why a good dental hygiene is so important. They will get familiar with unusual words such as gingivitis, tooth decay, gums, dental floss… The text has 15 gaps which have to be filled with the words from the word list. You will also find 7 pictures to illustrate the text. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF Two worksheets on a single page: eco-friendly and practical. Complex text for close reading Tools to understand why a healthy mouth is good for the overall health
Parlez de vos goûts ! - Talk about your tastes! (French worksheet)
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Parlez de vos goûts ! - Talk about your tastes! (French worksheet)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students express themselves in French and speak about their taste, what they like, etc. The preliminary activity deals with 6 verbs that needto be conjugated (adorer, aimer (bien), apprécier, ne pas aimer, détester, haïr). Then, a writing exercise will ask student to explain what they like or dislike. They have examples of activities and need to write a short text below the instructions. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX) and its PDF equivalent. A complete answer sheet, with 10 examples of sentences for the writing exercise.
"Annette est veuve" - French comprehension and writing
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"Annette est veuve" - French comprehension and writing

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This document (all in French) is about a sensitive topic: old age and death. It deals with an old lady facing the death of her husband, and how she recovered from it. After having read the text, you can ask your students to answer the questions. Then, they will have to reflect on the situation by writing a short text. I like this subject as it helps the young people comprehend the difficulties of life, and to put themselves in the place of persons facing hard times. It is aimed for average and advanced students. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (docx) and the same in pdf An exhaustive answer sheet