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I am a secondary and adult education French and ESL teacher and I love creating resources that help my students have fun with languages! You'll see many speaking games, grammar games, and task cards in my shop.

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I am a secondary and adult education French and ESL teacher and I love creating resources that help my students have fun with languages! You'll see many speaking games, grammar games, and task cards in my shop.
French Freebie - Regular -IR verbs present tense sudoku games
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French Freebie - Regular -IR verbs present tense sudoku games

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French Freebie - Regular -IR verbs present tense sudoku games Use these sudoku games to practice regular French -IR verbs in the present tense . 2 versions with answer keys are included. Students place a verb in each empty box so that each row, column and nine box square contains each of the verbs. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
30 conversation starters and speaking prompts - Vacation
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30 conversation starters and speaking prompts - Vacation

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Want your ESL students to use their vacation vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. Just print and cut out the cards or you may choose to project them for a whole class activity or for when you don’t want to print (or don’t have time). You can use these cards after learning specific vocabulary for vacations 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 YOU form and require the answering student to respond using I. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Some questions are in the near future while others are in the past tense. Topics used in these cards: * Means of transportation * Geographical locations * Some airport vocabulary * Travel destinations (beach, mountain, etc.) * Preferences Included: 30 color speaking prompt cards 30 black and white speaking prompt cards 9 ways to use these cards Scoot activity instructions Scoot answer recording sheet All 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. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
Free French School Menu #6
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Free French School Menu #6

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Free French School Menu #6 Have a look at what’s on the menu at my kids’ school in France. Cheese every day!! I’ll be adding more menus weekly as I receive them. There are so many things a French teacher could do with these in class. It would be a fun cultural study to look up images of some of these menu items to show students what they look like and if they eat anything similar at their schools or homes. This could lead to a discussion on the length of time French students typically have to eat and rest as compared to students and teachers in your school.
GCSE FRENCH: Passé Composé of Regular French Verbs Lesson - Verbes Réguliers
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GCSE FRENCH: Passé Composé of Regular French Verbs Lesson - Verbes Réguliers

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Perfect idea for a "flipped classroom": Send this activity home with your students as homework the night before you want to start working on the passé composé. They'll be ready to start using it the next day, and you can use your precious class time more efficiently. This lesson is an introduction to the simple past tense (le passé composé). It includes an explanation of when to use the P.C., a review of "avoir" and regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs in the present tense + formation of past participles and how to form the passé composé. There are links to two of my videos on YouTube (one for the p.c. of regular verbs and one for irregular verbs, but both videos are only for verbs that use "avoir" as helping verb).
GCSE FRENCH: French Speaking Questions Task Cards - Present Tense
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GCSE FRENCH: French Speaking Questions Task Cards - Present Tense

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These 30 questions are just right for students who need to practice the PRESENT TENSE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the TU form with verbs in the present tense. In addition to regular and irregular -ER, -IR and -RE verbs I've also included many irregular verbs. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're placed in the sentence. Since all of the questions are asked in the TU form, all of the answers will be in the first person singular. This is so that students can really focus and get used to using these verbs when talking about themselves and when talking to a friend. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included as well as a 2 page print out of the questions if you should decide to use them as a quiz or homework assignment. I am a firm believer that repetition is key in learning a language, and that's why I've created many different versions of these speaking cards. All of the cards ask the same basic questions, but each time in a different tense. My students really appreciate the familiarity of the cards even when learning a new tense.
French Present Subjunctive Dice Game - le Subjonctif - Jeu de Dés
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French Present Subjunctive Dice Game - le Subjonctif - Jeu de Dés

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This is an easy to play 30 minute dice game to practice the French present subjunctive with 30 different verbs including regular ER, IR and RE verbs + YER verbs, ÊTRE, POUVOIR, LIRE, PRENDRE, ALLER, DIRE, APPRENDRE, SORTIR, AVOIR, SAVOIR, ÉCRIRE, COMPRENDRE, VOIR, FAIRE, CONDUIRE, BOIRE, VENIR, DORMIR, VOULOIR, METTRE and PARTIR. Many expressions that are followed by the subjunctive are also used in this fun game. My high school students love this dice game, and it can get very competitive if you decide to play it as a race (details are explained in the instructions). Students divide up into teams and play a dice game, the dice determining which subject and infinitive to conjugate in the present subjunctive. Included with this activity: How to play : Five different versions of the game with answers Student response and scoring sheet This dice game is an especially fun way to practice while learning about regular and irregular verbs in the French subjunctive. Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
GCSE FRENCH: French Food Unit: Allons au Marché !
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GCSE FRENCH: French Food Unit: Allons au Marché !

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This is a full unit that Love Learning Languages has designed about going to the open-air market in France. Included you will find the following: - five days of lesson plans - LOTO game (fruits et légumes) - flashcard materials (use fruit & légume document) - vocabulary words & images handouts for fruits, vegetables,meat, fish, and cheese - “Au Marché” PowerPoint presentation with 48 colorful slides - “Seasonal Eating” poster - “Useful expressions at the Market” document - 2 worksheets to be used for homework - skit assignments + grading rubric - optional language lab assignment (storyboard activity) - quiz (2) (simple and more advanced on fruits, vegetables, meats & fish; cheeses
GCSE FRENCH: Imperfect Tense French Speaking Task Cards
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GCSE FRENCH: Imperfect Tense French Speaking Task Cards

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These 30 questions are just right for students who need to practice the IMPERFECT TENSE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the TU form with verbs in the present tense. In addition to regular and irregular -ER, -IR and -RE verbs I've also included many irregular verbs. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're placed in the sentence. Since all of the questions are asked in the TU form, all of the answers will be in the first person singular. This is so that students can really focus and get used to using these verbs when talking about themselves and when talking to a friend. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included as well as a 2 page print out of the questions if you should decide to use them as a quiz or homework assignment. I am a firm believer that repetition is key in learning a language, and that's why I've created many different versions of these speaking cards. All of the cards ask the same basic questions, but each time in a different tense. My students really appreciate the familiarity of the cards even when learning a new tense.
French Task Cards: JOUER À vs JOUER DE - Cartes à Tâches
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French Task Cards: JOUER À vs JOUER DE - Cartes à Tâches

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Set of 20 original French task cards to practice JOUER À vs JOUER DE in the present, past and future. Pronouns Y and EN and relative pronouns AUQUEL and DONT included. Answer key provided. This product includes: Set of 20 printable task cards Powerpoint version PDF version of complete lesson to use as a handout. Answer key Each card requires students to complete the specific task of either asking a question or making a sentence using the prompts provided. Simple forms of JOUER À or JOUER DE + sports or instruments Replacing sports and instruments with the pronouns Y or EN Referring to sports and instruments with AUQUEL or DONT Be sure to visit my shop and browse through 500+ resources like grammar games, speaking activities, listening comprehension, worksheets, and much more. Just click here!
GCSE FRENCH: Forming French Questions with Interrogative Words Lesson and Exercises
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GCSE FRENCH: Forming French Questions with Interrogative Words Lesson and Exercises

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This lesson has it all: video lesson, lesson in written form with examples, exercises, and a really fun activity to try out with your students. This lesson is all about how to add meaningful question words to simple questions in French so that you will get more than a "yes" or "no" answer. Your students will learn how to use the question words: qui, quoi, que, quel, quand, où, pourquoi, comment, and combien (de). This lesson includes a video, so it can easily be assigned as homework, and you can save precious class time for the fun stuff! Students will learn the rules for knowing where to place the question word in the sentence depending on the type of question they've decided to ask. This lesson is to be used in conjunction with the video lesson found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BNGxGpqm7U&feature=youtu.be Here you will find the basic rules needed for forming questions using intonation, est-ce que, and inversion. There are many useful examples to help understand the rules, and there's even an exercise (with answers included) to test knowledge. Don't forget to try out the activity at the bottom of the document, my students think it's so much fun, and it's a QUIET activity, even better!
30 ESL Conversation starters and speaking prompts - CLOTHES
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30 ESL Conversation starters and speaking prompts - CLOTHES

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Want your ESL students to use their CLOTHES vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your low intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for clothes 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. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. You can either print and cut out the cards for an easy NO PREP activity or you can choose to project the cards one by one and answer them as a whole class activity. Topics used in these cards: * Different kinds of clothing * Shopping * Describing clothes & accessories * Dressing for special occasions * Preferences All 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. Included: 30 black and white speaking prompt cards 30 color speaking prompt cards 9 ways to use these cards Scoot activity instructions PDF for projecting cards one at a time
GCSE FRENCH: Les Vacances - French Taboo Speaking Game
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GCSE FRENCH: Les Vacances - French Taboo Speaking Game

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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. In this VACANCES theme version of the game there 30 French-English cards. There are 2 fun ways to play this fun vocabulary game and both are explained in the instructions. This French Taboo game includes the following: How to play classic Taboo (beginner and advanced levels) 30 Taboo game cards to print, laminate, cut out and hook together with a ring Black and white and color versions of the cards are included How to play 15 MINUTES MAX - an alternative version of the game 15 MINUTES MAX game board Sheet to record new words in French and English (nouveaux mots) File for projecting one card at a time for an all class activity *In the upper left corner there's a spot for you to punch holes in the cards so that you can then attach them with a ring for no prep use every time. Be sure to laminate if at all possible! 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. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
ESL - ELL speaking activity - House Vocabulary - UFO Paired Speaking Activity
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ESL - ELL speaking activity - House Vocabulary - UFO Paired Speaking Activity

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ESL - ELL speaking activity - House Vocabulary - UFO Paired Speaking Activity 5 worksheets for paired speaking activities when teaching HOUSE vocabulary. Each worksheet displays six images of common household objects, rooms or appliances. Students describe an image to partners using short, descriptive sentences. Great activity for putting words together using new vocabulary and simple verb forms. Suggestions on how to begin sentences are included in English at the bottom of each page. This is a fun, interactive way to review vocabulary about HOUSE AND HOME and to practice speaking. Your students will enjoy learning fun facts about their classmates, and you will certainly like hearing them speak English! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. ESL - ELL speaking activity - House Vocabulary - UFO Paired Speaking Activity
GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs
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GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs

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French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs Worksheet to practice using French possessive adjectives in a family - famille context. This exercise includes 10 multiple choice sentences. Answer key provided. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. GCSE FRENCH: French possessive adjectives worksheet - La famille - Adjectifs possessifs
Causative Faire - French grammar quiz or worksheet
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Causative Faire - French grammar quiz or worksheet

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Causative Faire - French grammar quiz or worksheet Quiz or worksheet on the French causative faire. There are 12 sentences written in the present tense, passé composé, imperative, futur simple and futur proche. Students fill in the blanks with the correctly conjugated verb in parentheses. Answer key is provided. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
French present subjunctive worksheet - Il faut que - Subjonctif présent
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French present subjunctive worksheet - Il faut que - Subjonctif présent

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French present subjunctive worksheet - Il faut que - Subjonctif présent Quiz or worksheet on the French present subjunctive with regular and irregular verbs. 30 fill in the blank sentences have infinitives in parentheses. Each sentence begins with Il faut que followed by a subject pronoun. Answer key is provided. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Activity: Giving Advice - Le Subjonctif
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GCSE FRENCH: French Subjunctive Activity: Giving Advice - Le Subjonctif

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Formation of the French subjunctive is the easy part. Learning how and when to use it correctly is when it gets a little tricky for our students. This is an activity on giving advice, suggestions and opinions using the French subjunctive. Included you will find fourteen different situations to which your students will have to respond by either making a suggestion, giving your opinion, or giving advice of some kind. Students will use the provided list of 24 expressions that must be followed by the French subjunctive to help them get started. 3 sample responses are provided for each of the 14 situations (to be used at your discretion, possible responses are provided in the answer section and the original is left open for students to use). Sample situation: Ton meilleur ami doit déménager dans un autre pays, et tu vas lui manquer. Quels conseils lui donnes-tu? Sample response: Il est important que nous gardions le contact par Skype et que nous nous écrivions toutes les semaines sur Facebook.
GCSE FRENCH: Futur simple speaking task cards
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GCSE FRENCH: Futur simple speaking task cards

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These 30 questions are just right for students who need to practice the FUTUR SIMPLE, and they are a perfect no prep speaking activity for busy teachers. Each EST-CE QUE question uses the TU form with verbs in the futur simple. In addition to regular and irregular -ER, -IR and -RE verbs I've also included many verbs with irregular stems. In order to avoid OUI and NON answers, each question also includes an interrogative word which is great practice in helping to remember what they mean and where they're placed in the sentence. Since all of the questions are asked in the TU form, all of the answers will be in the first person singular. This is so that students can really focus and get used to using these verbs when talking about themselves and when talking to a friend. Just cut out the 30 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and attach the stack of cards with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included as well as a 2 page print out of the questions if you should decide to use them as a quiz or homework assignment. I am a firm believer that repetition is key in learning a language, and that's why I've created many different versions of these speaking cards. All of the cards ask the same basic questions, but each time in a different tense. My students really appreciate the familiarity of the cards even when learning a new tense.
120 conversation starters for community building in the classroom
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120 conversation starters for community building in the classroom

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120 NO PREP conversation starters for community building in the classroom. Each question on a card. You can pick and choose the ones that you like the most for your students. These cards are perfect for building communication skills and for getting to know each other better! This is a great speaking activity for small groups or pairs of students. Students of ages high school to adult learners will enjoy this activity. Just cut out the 120 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and hook the stack of cards together with a ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included.