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Telling Time Worksheet: French
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Telling Time Worksheet: French

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Students practice telling time in French with this bright printable worksheet. Download includes printable worksheet and answer key. Also included in the Time Bundle product. For numbers practice, check out the Numbers Bundle!
Spanish Classroom Phrases Printable Posters ~ Set of 12 ~ Classroom Decor
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Spanish Classroom Phrases Printable Posters ~ Set of 12 ~ Classroom Decor

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This digital download includes 12 colorful posters with 12 Spanish phrases that help out students in your classroom, along with the English translation and a graphic for each one. These were designed based on what students actually say! The phrases included in this set: –¿Cómo se dice…? / How do you say…? –¿Cuándo es la fecha de entrega? / When is the due date? –Necesitamos más tiempo / We need more time –No lo tengo / I don’t have it –Repita por favor / Please repeat –Yo no sé / I don’t know –Presente / Present –¿Dónde está…? / Where is…? –Por favor / Please –No entiendo / I don’t understand –¿Cómo? / What was that? –¿En español o en inglés? / In Spanish or English? Designed to print on regular 8.5" x 11" paper or cardstock, this instant PDF download includes 12 individual prints, each one unique. Arrange them in a line, in a grid, in rows–however you like! You can frame them or simply hang them as is. Please note, this purchase is for a digital download only, and does not include printed materials or frames. Variation in the colors of the posters may occur, though this has to do with the printer you use to print them. Your Satisfaction I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you have any questions, problems, or feedback, please email ContactTheBlueAndTheGold@gmail.com. Terms and Conditions Products from BlueAndGoldLanguage / Carrie E. Gold are copyrighted to Carrie E. Gold. They are to be used and reproduced for your own purposes and for use with your own current students only. They should not be shared (in digital or print form) for the use of others outside yourself, including other teachers, though you may make multiple copies for your own use. The products may be repurposed for your own use or use by your own current students only, with the condition that the products are not used commercially, and that they are still attributed to Carrie E. Gold and BlueAndGoldLanguage. If a refund is granted, you agree that, as the product is a digital download, you will immediately delete the product, that you will not at any time copy or repurpose any portion of the product, that you will no longer use any portion of the product, and that you will not share any portion of the product in any way with others.
Battleship: Spanish alphabet, numbers, and speaking for beginning learners
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Battleship: Spanish alphabet, numbers, and speaking for beginning learners

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Authentic language? Check. Gets students speaking? Check. An element of fun? That, too. This resource engages students in the naval battle game similar to Battleship, allowing even beginners to communicate exclusively in Spanish. Players use numbers and letters to play–perfect to get beginning students speaking, listening, and understanding Spanish. Students play in pairs, which means everyone uses the language. This is a great info-gap activity to get beginning students speaking confidently. I use this resource in the first weeks of junior high and high school Spanish I, as soon as we’ve covered the alphabet and numbers. I love getting students speaking right from the beginning. Download includes printable game board as well as detailed instructions.
Téléfrançais Worksheets: Now w/ all episodes and key
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Téléfrançais Worksheets: Now w/ all episodes and key

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Téléfrançais is a Canadian TV show designed for kids learning French. All 30 of the ten-minute episodes are available on YouTube. These worksheets are intended to help students follow along, to better comprehend the language of the all-French show, to retain more of what they hear, as well as to help them stay focused. I had a previous version of this resource available for download. This is a revised and improved version of that same resource. This version: –Now has worksheets for ALL EPISODES –Now includes a KEY for each episode –Has been revised, eliminating or re-wording ambiguous questions, including more material to help students understand the entire episode, and so on.
Telling Time Handout: French
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Telling Time Handout: French

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A clear printable handout for students on how to tell time in French. Includes information on hour and minute, as well as terms like “'til” and “quarter,” all illustrated with examples. Even includes information on the 24-hour clock! Also included in the Time Bundle product. For numbers practice, check out the Numbers Bundle!
Telling Time Worksheet: Spanish
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Telling Time Worksheet: Spanish

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Students practice telling time in Spanish with this bright printable worksheet. Download includes printable worksheet and answer key. Also included in the Time Bundle product. For numbers practice, check out the Numbers Bundle!
Famous French Quotes Printable Posters ~ Set of 9 ~ de Beauvoir, Little Prince, Descartes, Molière
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Famous French Quotes Printable Posters ~ Set of 9 ~ de Beauvoir, Little Prince, Descartes, Molière

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This high-quality digital download includes 9 beautifully designed graphic prints. The prints each have a different French quote, including words from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Molière, and more–see the complete list of quotes and what they mean below. Designed to print on regular 8.5" x 11" paper or cardstock, this instant PDF download includes 9 individual prints, each one unique. Arrange them in a line, in rows, groups–however you like! You can frame them or simply hang them as is. Please note, this purchase is for a digital download only, and does not include printed materials or frames. Variation in the colors of the posters may occur–this has to do with the printer and paper you use to print them. Quotes Included The French quote and author only appear on the posters; the translation is included here for your convenience. “Tous pour un, un pour tous” --Alexandre Dumas All for one, one for all “On ne voit bien qu’avec le coeur” --Antoine de Saint-Exupéry It is only with the heart that one can see rightly “Vivre sans aimer n’est pas proprement vivre” --Molière To live without loving is to not truly live “Non, je ne regrette rien” --Édith Piaf No, I regret none of it “Nous ne voulons rien manquer de notre temps: peut-être en est-il de plus beau, mais c’est le nôtre” --Jean-Paul Sartre We don’t want to miss anything of our times: Perhaps there are more beautiful times, but this one is ours “J’ai deux amours: mon pays et Paris” --Joséphine Baker I have two loves: my country and Paris “Je pense, donc je suis” --René Descartes I think, therefore I am “J’accepte la grande aventure d’être moi” --Simone de Beauvoir I accept the grand adventure of being me “Qui craint de souffrir, il souffre déjà de ce qu’il craint” --Jean de la Fontaine The person who fears suffering is already suffering from what they fear Your Satisfaction I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you have any questions, problems, or feedback, please email ContactTheBlueAndTheGold@gmail.com.
French Past Tense Practice: Dominoes Game for Imparfait and Passé Composé ~ Imperfect, Past Perfect
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French Past Tense Practice: Dominoes Game for Imparfait and Passé Composé ~ Imperfect, Past Perfect

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Help your French world language students practice the imparfait and passé composé with a game! Use this printable to make a dominoes game designed to play in groups of 3-5 students. Who is this for? This activity works well in middle and high school French classes that are learning imparfait and passé composé. Students should be comfortable with reading. What is it? Instead of dots, the sides of each dominoes has things like an infinitive, a helping verb (avoir or être), a verb correctly conjugated in the imparfait or passé composé, or a description of when to use the imparfait versus the passé composé. Students can match up their dominoes by making matches such as a verb to its meaning, or a verb to its helping verb, or a verb conjugated in the imperfect to a situation where you’d use the imperfect (not passé composé). Don’t worry: The resource includes instructions and examples. What material does it cover? • -er, -ir, and -re verbs • “House To Be” or “Dr. and Mrs. Vandertramp” verbs (verbs that use the helping verb “être” and agreement in the passé composé”) • Verb meanings • Conjugations in the passé composé and imparfait • Uses of the passé composé vs. the imparfait, specifically “setting the scene,” “a completed action,” “a continuous action in the past,” and “’used to’ (habitual action in the past)” Which verbs? This activity includes the verbs aller, avoir, boire, écrire, être, faire, finir, lire, manger, mettre, naître, parler, pouvoir, and voir. What’s included? This product consists of a 12-page PDF with instructions, examples, and tips, as well as the 60 unique dominoes–enough for one set (you’ll print a set for each group of students). Your Satisfaction I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you have any questions, problems, or feedback, please email ContactTheBlueAndTheGold@gmail.com. Terms and Conditions Products from Carrie E. Gold / BlueAndGoldLanguage are copyrighted to Carrie E. Gold. They are to be used and reproduced for your own purposes and for use with your own students only. They should not be shared (in digital or print form) for the use of others outside yourself and your own students, including with other teachers. The products may be repurposed for your own use or use by your own students only, with the condition that the products are not used commercially, and that they are still attributed to Carrie E. Gold and BlueAndGoldLanguage. If a refund is granted, you agree that, as the product is a digital download, you will immediately delete the product, that you will not at any time copy or repurpose any portion of the product, that you will no longer use any portion of the product, and that you will not share any portion of the product in any way with others.
Printable Coloring Book: Learn the Animals in French ~ 16 Pages ~ Français ~ Kids' Activity
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Printable Coloring Book: Learn the Animals in French ~ 16 Pages ~ Français ~ Kids' Activity

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Bonjour! Looking for an engaging way for you, you child, or your students in learning French vocabulary? This digital download consists of sixteen pages to color–15 different animal pictures along with the French word for each, plus a cover for your coloring book. The PDF file you receive instantly after purchase is in black and white, designed to print on regular 8.5" x 11" paper at home. Words Included: (French only appears on the coloring pages; the translation listed here for your convenience) le chien (the dog) le lapin (the rabbit) l’ours (the bear) le dinosaure (the dinosaur) l’éléphant (the elephant) le poisson (the fish) l’unicorne (the unicorn) l’oiseau (the bird) la vache (the cow) l’insecte (the insect) le requin (the shark) le serpent (the snake) le cheval (the horse) le chat (the horse) le cochon (the pig) Take a look at the store’s other listing for printable poster sets, gifts, as well as French worksheet bundles. Your Satisfaction I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you have any questions, problems, or feedback, please contact me through at ContactTheBlueAndTheGold@gmail.com. Terms and Conditions Products from BlueAndGoldLanguage / Carrie E. Gold are copyrighted to Carrie E. Gold. They are to be used and reproduced for your own purposes and for use with your own current students only. They should not be shared (in digital or print form) for the use of others outside yourself, including other teachers, though you may make multiple copies for your own use. The products may be repurposed for your own use or use by your own current students only, with the condition that the products are not used commercially, and that they are still attributed to Carrie E. Gold and BlueAndGoldLanguage. If a refund is granted, you agree that, as the product is a digital download, you will immediately delete the product, that you will not at any time copy or repurpose any portion of the product, that you will no longer use any portion of the product, and that you will not share any portion of the product in any way with others.
Printable Posters: Spanish Numbers Vocab ~ Set of 11 ~ Classroom Decor ~ PDF
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Printable Posters: Spanish Numbers Vocab ~ Set of 11 ~ Classroom Decor ~ PDF

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This high-quality digital download includes 11 colorful printable posters with Spanish numbers vocabulary, for numbers 0-10. The PDF download is designed to print on regular 8.5" x 11" paper or cardstock (though you can also print them larger or smaller). You can frame them or simply hang them as is. Please note, this purchase is for a digital download only, and does not include printed materials or frames. Variation in the colors of the posters may occur–this has to do with the printer and paper you use to print them. Take a look at the store’s other listing for other printable poster sets, as well as Spanish worksheet bundles. Your Satisfaction I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you have any questions, problems, or feedback, please email ContactTheBlueAndTheGold@gmail.com. Terms and Conditions Products from BlueAndGoldLanguage / Carrie E. Gold are copyrighted to Carrie E. Gold. They are to be used and reproduced for your own purposes and for use with your own current students only. They should not be shared (in digital or print form) for the use of others outside yourself, including other teachers, though you may make multiple copies for your own use. The products may be repurposed for your own use or use by your own current students only, with the condition that the products are not used commercially, and that they are still attributed to Carrie E. Gold and BlueAndGoldLanguage. If a refund is granted, you agree that, as the product is a digital download, you will immediately delete the product, that you will immediately destroy any printed versions of the product, that you will not at any time copy or repurpose any portion of the product, that you will no longer use any portion of the product, and that you will not share any portion of the product in any way with others.
Self-Assessment and Meta-Cognition Activities for World Language
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Self-Assessment and Meta-Cognition Activities for World Language

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Paying attention to the learning process helps learners improve, and that’s what these tools are for. These research-based self-assessment resources let students learn how to help themselves improve, particularly in speaking and listening activities. There are also tools to help you give feedback. Included in this bundle of resources are the following: • Listening Guide • Presentational Speech Self-Assessment • Speaking Activity Teacher Assessment • Speaking Activity Self-Assessment • Emotional Temperature Chart • Speaking Focus Signs
"Go Fish" for Food Vocabulary
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"Go Fish" for Food Vocabulary

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“Go Fish” is a simple game that’s perfectly suited for language learning. The group activity requires students to both speak and listen to their target language. In this version of the game, students practice food vocabulary while playing, specifically the following words: Ice cream, orange juice, salad, bread, cheese, chicken, apple, banana, hot dog, egg, milk, grapes, pear, butter, cake, cookie, yogurt, tomato, sandwich, French fries, soup, coffee, pineapple, strawberries, hamburger, orange, melon
Dominoes Verb Practice: El pretérito y el imperfecto
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Dominoes Verb Practice: El pretérito y el imperfecto

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Engage your students in a creative activity for practicing or reviewing past tense verbs: the old-fashioned game of dominoes…reimagined. This resource allows students to practice both the imperfecto and pretérito. The dominoes of the set have students identify verbs in the pretérito versus the imperfecto as well as their uses, match verbs with their meanings, or match similar verbs. The dominoes include: • Regular preterit: –ar, -er, and –ir verbs • Preterit verbs with an irregular stem: Andar, estar, tener, caber, haber, poder, poner, saber, hacer, querer, and venir • Irregular preterit verbs: ser, ir, dar, and hacer • Regular imperfect: –ar, -er, and –ir verbs • Irregular imperfect verbs: ser, ir, and ver • Verb meanings • Uses of the preterit vs. imperfect, specifically “a completed action,” “setting the scene,” “a continuous action in the past,” and “used to (habitual action in the past)” The verbs included are as follows: andar, caber, comer, dar, estar, haber, hablar, hacer, ir, poder, poner, querer, recibir, saber, ser, tener, venir, ver
French Sight Word Practice: Improve reading by practicing the 100 most common French words
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French Sight Word Practice: Improve reading by practicing the 100 most common French words

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Learning sight words is an important strategy for students learning to read—in any language. When a reader recognizes a sight word automatically, they don’t have to stop and try to decode the word. Reading is faster, smoother, and the reader can focus on the meaning of the text and on decoding more difficult words. The result? Their ability to get information out of what they read improves (not to mention frustration going down and confidence going up). This bundle of resources focuses on French sight words, specifically the 100 most common word sets (including verb conjugations) in the language. Frequent manipulation of the words helps students learn them. To that end, this bundle includes the following resources: • An introductory document • A document to create a “word wall” • A student packet This document includes each of the 100 words as well as space for students to write the meaning of the word next to it. This allows students to have a packet with all the words for reference and study. • Ten PowerPoint presentations Each presentation presents 10 of the 100 words, showing the word (numbered to match the student packet), its use in context, then its English meaning. This is followed by slides that show only the vocabulary words (so the teacher can review them with students) and a projection to play “The Flyswatter Game.” • Ten review worksheets After one of the PowerPoint presentations helps students practice a set of 10 words in class, the corresponding worksheet is intended as take-home practice for those same 10 words. As students manipulate these words, you will see improvement in their reading ability as well as in their confidence as they approach the written word.
Dot-to-Dot: French numbers and speaking for beginning learners
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Dot-to-Dot: French numbers and speaking for beginning learners

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This fun dot-to-dot activity allows students to creating an original design, then gets them speaking exclusively in French using numbers (1-64) to guide their partner in replicating the drawing. This is a great activity to get even early beginners speaking, listening, and understanding French—and a great way to start building confidence in using the language. Download includes printable worksheet as well as detailed instructions.
Dot-to-Dot: Spanish numbers and speaking for beginning learners
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Dot-to-Dot: Spanish numbers and speaking for beginning learners

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This fun dot-to-dot activity allows students to creating an original design, then gets them speaking exclusively in Spanish using numbers (1-64) to guide their partner in replicating the drawing. This is a great activity to get even early beginners speaking, listening, and understanding Spanish—and a great way to start building confidence in using the language. Download includes printable worksheet as well as detailed instructions.
Math Worksheet: Practicing French numbers for beginning learners
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Math Worksheet: Practicing French numbers for beginning learners

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This is not a typical worksheet for practicing numbers in French. Instead of rote translation, students complete simple addition problems (quatre + quatre = __) and greater than/less than problems (deux __ quatre) that require them to think through the French vocabulary for numbers 0-100. Download includes printable worksheet and answer key.
Math Worksheet: Practicing Spanish numbers for beginning learners
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Math Worksheet: Practicing Spanish numbers for beginning learners

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This is not a typical worksheet for practicing numbers in Spanish. Instead of rote translation, students complete simple addition problems (cuatro + cuatro = __) and greater than/less than problems (dos __ cuatro) that require them to think through the Spanish vocabulary for numbers 0-100. Download includes printable worksheet and answer key.
Monthly Reading Log: Improve target language reading through frequency
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Monthly Reading Log: Improve target language reading through frequency

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Research has shown that one of the best ways for students to improve their reading proficiency is simply by reading. What they read, however, matters. The best material for students to improve their reading proficiency is material they choose themselves, as that's what they are most interested in and motivated to read. This reading goal was designed with that research in mind. Teachers of any target language can give this assignment, since it can be customized to the target language as well as student needs. Teachers simply need to change the title of the assignment and the name of the target language on lines 1 and 2. After that, there is space where the number of minutes assigned and assignment due date can be filled in by students when the assignment is given. The reading log is designed to span four weeks. It asks students to document information about the material read as well as self-assessing comprehension. The assignment also asks for a parent signature. I suggest students start this kind of target-language independent reading at an intermediate level of language study. I first assign it to French III students midway through the year as well as assigning it to advanced classes. It is my goal that this simple tool will help students improve their reading proficiency as well as the enjoyment they gain from reading in their target language.
Battleship: Practicing shopping exchanges and vocabulary
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Battleship: Practicing shopping exchanges and vocabulary

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The game of Battleship is an excellent activity for the foreign language classroom. Not only does it engage students, this activity also scaffolds students’ use of whole language: It has them speak to communicate a message and listen to understand what others are saying. This version of Battleship has students practice the names of different products they might shop for and their prices. By doing so, students role-play a possible shopping conversation several times. This provides excellent practice for using shopping vocabulary and prices, practicing shopping conversation, and asking and answering questions. Note: The items students “shop” for in this activity are: un livre, une cravate, une écharpe, une lampe, un sandwich, une salade, un t-shirt. Students work in pairs to play the game. As indicated in the directions, each player first places “ships” by marking the squares of their choosing on the “vous” grid. Students then work to discover the other player’s ships. The first one to do so wins the game. To look for a ship, the student follows the scaffolded sentences shown on the activity: To ask if a ship is in a square of the grid, the student asks if their partner would like a product (along the side of the grid) of a certain price (along the top of the grid). The square in question is where these two pieces of information line up. After the second player hears the first player’s question, the second player answers that yes, they would like the product (indicating they have a ship or part of a ship in that square) or no, they would not (indicating the space is empty). Students take turns asking about different squares on the grid in order to find all of their partner’s ships. It is my hope that students enjoy this activity, that using it they improve their speaking and listening skills, and that this resource eases some of the difficulty of planning engaging, effective lessons.