BOUM! Imparfait et passé composé review - end of year / end of unit game

BOUM! Imparfait et passé composé review - end of year / end of unit game

This is a team game in which students choose a number out of 25 and complete the sentence in the tense indicated on the slide they chose. Watch out, there are 6 bombs in the game! All instructions on the last slides of the game. Click "Read only" to open the game! BOUM! LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE OF THE GAME: • To write complex sentences using the imperfect and perfect tense. PREVIOUS Grammar KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • Conjugation of perfect / imperfect tenses • Use of perfect / imperfect tenses • Structure Imperfect + quand + perfect tense (e.g. je marchais dans la rue quand je suis tombée) MATERIALS NEEDED: Each team will need a small whiteboard, board marker and eraser (If those are not available, scrap paper does the job too!) HOW TO PLAY: This game can be played individually or in groups. Group games are more fun! To be more effective, avoid having groups of more than three students. 1. Teams first name themselves (a French name of course!) and take it in turns to choose a number. 2. Once a team has chosen a number and it is not a bomb, all teams attempt to write a sentence. The sentence must relate to the picture(s) and use both the imperfect and perfect tenses. Teachers can decide on which sentences to accept! I usually let the student make any sentence at all, as long as there is a clear link to the picture and I only concentrate on the verb conjugations. I accept small mistakes such as prepositions etc. 3. The team who chose the number has priority: they show their answer first. If their sentence is correct, they win the amount indicated on the slide. If it is not correct, the other teams show answer and they all have a chance to win half of the amount indicated on the slide. 4. The teacher must keep a record of how much each team wins on the board. (I like to use fake money I printed and laminated and give it for each correct answer! The kids love it!) 5. If a team uncovers a bomb, they lose all their money. There are 6 bombs in total. 6. The team with the most money wins. The game can go on for a long time, so the teacher can choose when to stop it. You will notice that as students choose a number, it changes colors – this will allow you to track the numbers that have already been called. Click on the little house in the right hand corner to go back to the numbers slide!
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BOUM! French Grammar Game-Irregular Verbs: Faire Avoir Aller Etre- End of year/End of unit

BOUM! French Grammar Game-Irregular Verbs: Faire Avoir Aller Etre- End of year/End of unit

This is a team game in which students choose a number and write a sentence with the verb indicated. Watch out, there are 6 bombs in the game! All instructions on the last slides of the game. Click "read only" to open the game. Download the free example to see how it works! BOUM! When you open the game, you will be prompted for a password - please ignore this and click "READ ONLY" to start the game. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME - Write full sentences using four main irregular verbs in the tense indicated by the teacher (être, avoir, faire, aller) - Review numbers The teacher can use this game as a formative assessment or as review or just to have fun with grammar! PREVIOUS GRAMMAR KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: - Conjugation of être, avoir, faire, aller in the tense required by the teacher - Use of prepositions of place, direction etc. - Structure “faire + du” MATERIALS NEEDED: Each team will need a small whiteboard, board marker and eraser (If those are not available, scrap paper does the job too!) HOW TO PLAY: This game can be played individually or in groups. Group games are more fun! To be more effective, avoid having groups of more than three students. 1) Teams first name themselves (a French name of course!) and take it in turns to choose a number. 2) Once a team has chosen a number and it is not a bomb, all teams attempt to write a sentence. They must use the verb indicated on the slide and the sentence must relate to the picture. Teachers can decide on which sentences to accept! I usually let the student make any sentence at all, as long as there is a clear link to the picture, even if it’s just a color for example. (Click the picture of the house in the bottom right hand corner to go back to the numbers grid.) 3) The team who chose the number has priority: they show their answer first. If their sentence is correct, they win the amount indicated on the slide. If it is not correct, the other teams show answer and they all have a chance to win half of the amount indicated on the slide. 4) The teacher must keep a record of how much each team wins. (I like to use fake money I printed and laminated! The kids love it!) 5) If a team uncovers a bomb, they lose all their money. There are 6 bombs in total. 6) The team with the most money wins. You will notice that as students choose a number, it changes colors – this will allow you to track the numbers that have already been called.
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Differentiated Battleship game - Routine matinale - Bataille Navale

Differentiated Battleship game - Routine matinale - Bataille Navale

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! Instructions are included in the document! LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • Students practice making full sentences using the time and verbs of daily routine, including reflexive verbs • Students practice vocabulary • Students practice forming negative sentences This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • Daily routine • Telling the time • Reflexive verbs DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with verbs conjugated in the first person for students who have difficulties with conjugation • One game with verbs in the infinitive for students who can conjugate the verbs themselves. • One game with a blank column for students to write their own favorite activities and conjugate the verbs
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IB DP ALL Languages B SL B HL and Ab initio Written Assignment Timeline

IB DP ALL Languages B SL B HL and Ab initio Written Assignment Timeline

I created some timelines to give to my students to help them pace themselves as they work on their Written Assignment. These have also helped me keep track of what everyone is doing and it has helped them organize their time tremendously. We finish it early in grade 12, but the docs are all Word documents so you can change the dates to suit your own school's timeline.
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Easy step by step guide to writing MYP unit planners - Language Acquisition

Easy step by step guide to writing MYP unit planners - Language Acquisition

THIS IS NOT A COMPLETED UNIT PLANNER! IT IS A GUIDE TO COMPLETING ALL UNIT PLANNERS! This document will help you write better MYP unit planners. You will need two documents to complete your unit planners: - The language acquisition guide - MYP From Principles into Practice Those are available online. In this document, I have added the page numbers to refer to in each document as well as an example of a Statement of Inquiry, inquiry questions, an authentic assessment task. In each box, you will find an explanation of what exactly needs to be included. I would advise you to print this document and have a blank unit planner opened as you plan. The more you do this, the easier it gets! I hope it's really helpful in creating your units!
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BOUM! PowerPoint Game template - Make your own games!

BOUM! PowerPoint Game template - Make your own games!

This is a template - not a full game! You can view and download a FREE example of the game here for French grammar: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/boum-imparfait-et-pass-compos-review-end-of-year-end-of-unit-game-11640689. Please click "open as read only" to play the game. With this template, you can make the questions exactly what you want them to be by editing the questions slide. I would advise against changing the order of the slides (e.g. moving the bombs around) as the game relies on the hyperlinks I have created. Please note that the currency is Euros because I teach French! However, you can change it to anything you want! All text is editable. MATERIALS NEEDED: Each team will need a small whiteboard, board marker and eraser (If those are not available, scrap paper does the job too!) HOW TO PLAY: This game can be played individually or in groups. Group games are more fun! To be more effective, avoid having groups of more than three students. 1. Teams first name themselves and take it in turns to choose a number. 2. Once a team has chosen a number and it is not a bomb, all teams attempt to write the verb. They must use the verb indicated on the slide in the correct tense / mood. 3. The team who chose the number has priority: they show their answer first. If their sentence is correct, they win the amount indicated on the slide. If it is not correct, the other teams show answer and they all have a chance to win half of the amount indicated on the slide. (Click the picture of the house in the bottom right hand corner to go back to the numbers grid.) 4. The teacher must keep a record of how much each team wins on the board. (I like to use fake money I printed and laminated and give it for each correct answer! The kids love it!) 5. If a team uncovers a bomb, they lose all their money. There are 6 bombs in total. 6. The team with the most money at the end of the game wins. You will notice that as students choose a number, it changes colors – this will allow you to track the numbers that have already been called.
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IB DP /MYP French B Images for orals: Option La santé-4 pictures-3 captions each

IB DP /MYP French B Images for orals: Option La santé-4 pictures-3 captions each

These pictures can be used for oral exams for simply for practice. Each document presents the same image with 3 different captions so it can be used for several students. You can see the pictures and captions in the preview document. They can be used for high phases MYP students too as a practice to an oral task. These are word documents which will allow you to change it to a caption which would best suit what you have done in class. All images are mine (now you know how I spend the holidays!!! EATING!) Other options (leisure etc.) to come!
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Verbes irréguliers faire/avoir/être /aller practice - 8 tenses + BOUM! game

Verbes irréguliers faire/avoir/être /aller practice - 8 tenses + BOUM! game

The following tenses are included in this zip file, in addition to the Boum! Game which can be played with any of those tenses. The game is available separately - please go check it out before you get this resource! - Indicatif présent - Indicatif futur simple - Indicatif future antérieur - Indicatif passé composé - Indicatif imparfait - Conditionnel présent - Conditionnel passé - Subjonctif présent For each tense, you will find included in the zip file: • A one page grid for students to fill in. There are two versions of the same for different levels (one with a conjugation bank: students choose the right one, and one blank: students must know it to fill it in). • A color-coded answer key to project so you can walk around while students check their own work. • A one page recap + gap exercise for students to fill in the appropriate conjugation. There are also two versions – one with answers to choose from and one without. • A color coded answer key (The preview document is from “conditionnel passé” and will allow you to see what the document looks like for each tense) The grids can be used to review, to take notes or as a quiz. Students could even use them to test each other. My students really like to see the same format – after a couple of times, they know exactly what to expect and how to approach the task. I also noticed that they tend to anticipate all the endings correctly because the process is repetitive. What I also really like is that students can make a little booklet with the grids and have them ready for revision. Please note that for the conjugation of “on”, I included possible plural endings of the past participle with “être” verbs. If you are not studying the use of “on” used as “nous” orally with your students, please use the document called “(tense) without on”.
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Verbes irréguliers faire/avoir/être /aller practice - 8 tenses

Verbes irréguliers faire/avoir/être /aller practice - 8 tenses

The following tenses are included in this zip file. - Indicatif présent - Indicatif futur simple - Indicatif future antérieur - Indicatif passé composé - Indicatif imparfait - Conditionnel présent - Conditionnel passé - Subjonctif présent For each tense, you will find included in the zip file: • A one page grid for students to fill in. There are two versions of the same for different levels (one with a conjugation bank: students choose the right one, and one blank: students must know it to fill it in). • A color-coded answer key to project so you can walk around while students check their own work. • A one page recap + gap exercise for students to fill in the appropriate conjugation. There are also two versions – one with answers to choose from and one without. • A color coded answer key (The preview document is from “conditionnel passé” and will allow you to see what the document looks like for each tense) The grids can be used to review, to take notes or as a quiz. Students could even use them to test each other. My students really like to see the same format – after a couple of times, they know exactly what to expect and how to approach the task. I also noticed that they tend to anticipate all the endings correctly because the process is repetitive. What I also really like is that students can make a little booklet with the grids and have them ready for revision. Please note that for the conjugation of “on”, I included possible plural endings of the past participle with “être” verbs. If you are not studying the use of “on” used as “nous” orally with your students, please use the document called “(tense) without on”.
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Using a bilingual dictionary - Utiliser un dictionnaire bilingue (FRENCH)

Using a bilingual dictionary - Utiliser un dictionnaire bilingue (FRENCH)

Google translate might be getting cleverer, but I still don't want my students to use it! The activities below are based on the online dictionary "word reference". (Link included in the footer) Teachers will have to remind the students to choose the appropriate translation direction e.g. French to English or English to French. The activities include one page on understanding abbreviations and using the dictionary to work with parts of speech. The other 2 pages, not included in the preview document deal with translation and understanding how to look at the different ways to translate a word according to its context. (e.g. There are bats in the cave vs. Will he bat for the team?) Students will gain an understanding of how to choose the correct translation for words such as "go" or "get". This zip file contains - one copy of the activities with instructions in French + answer key - one copy of the activities with instructions in English + answer key The activities on both are exactly the same but might be used with more or less advanced students. They can be used at a wide variety of levels - for example, you might ask more advanced students to translate all of the sentences while newer students will only work on the specific word for the exercise. The files are Word documents and easy for you to edit if you would like to change a word. Enjoy getting your students to understand the rich world of French!
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IB DP French B - Text types practice for paper 2 (Individual Word docs can be edited)

IB DP French B - Text types practice for paper 2 (Individual Word docs can be edited)

Bonjour! For each text type, you will find: • The conventions for the text type • An example text (between 250-300 words) • A simple format for students to plan their own written text (this is only for them to plan, not to write the whole essay) • A list of connectors and how to use them My students really like to see the same format – after a couple of times, they know exactly what to expect and how to approach the task. I also noticed that they tend to anticipate all the elements correctly because the process is repetitive. Recommendations for use (this is how I do it! You might want to approach it differently!) 1. Before studying a new text type, I usually ask the students to brainstorm what they think is necessary to include in the format we are looking at. 2. We then use the example text to look at their suggestions and see if they missed anything. 3. Students see the checklist and highlight each part in the example text. 4. Students write their main ideas + examples on the blank outline on a topic taken from a past exam paper. 5. Students write their own text, following their plan (the teacher can check it first to make sure they are on the right track or students can check each other’s - a great exercise too as it trains students to give feedback) You can also use the texts to review vocabulary!   All text types are available in one file for $11 in pdf (cannot be edited) or $13 in Word (can be edited). The following text types are included: Courriel (Coutumes et traditions: un échange scolaire) Blog (Science et technologie: les transports du future) Critique (film / chanson / livre) (Les loisirs: critique du film Les jours de pluie) – c’est un film qui n’existe pas! Discours / Présentation orale (Les loisirs / diversité culturelle: débat sur une loi pour les chansons francophones à la radio) Guide de recommandations (La santé: guide pour réussir les examens sans trop stresser) Lettre (La santé: Lettre au directeur d’un hôpital) Page de journal intime (Diversité culturelle : Une rencontre pleine de stéréotypes) Tract / Brochure (Diversité culturelle : La diversité culturelle à l’école) Article de journal / magazine (Science et technologie : La course aux nouvelles technologies et ses effets) Dissertation (Science et technologie : La recherche spatiale) Interview / Entretien (Coutumes et traditions : Deux élèves de pays différents pour la semaine internationale) Rapport / Compte rendu (Les loisirs : Evaluation d’une excursion qui s’est mal passée)
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French Grammar Review Games - BOUM! Verbes irréguliers, subjonctif, futur

French Grammar Review Games - BOUM! Verbes irréguliers, subjonctif, futur

These 3 team games are really fun and engaging. Students don't even know they are working on grammar! In each game, there are 25 numbers to choose from. Each team picks a number in turns. If they uncover a question, they can answer it for the amount of money on the slide. If they pick a bomb, they lose their turn and their money! Full instructions are included at the end of each presentation. You can download a free example (passé composé et imparfait) in my shop. Each game is available individually for $4.
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5 Differentiated French Battleship Games (5 topics with 3 games each)

5 Differentiated French Battleship Games (5 topics with 3 games each)

This zipped file contains the folllowing 5 games: 1 - Ma routine matinale et l'heure 2 - Avoir + dans mon cartable 3 - Faire + sports 4 - Aller + places in town 5 - Partir + moyens de transports If you would like different topics, I can create a different bundle of 5 games for $14 - Just let me know the topics you'd like and I will make it for you!
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Battleship game / Bataille navale: Futur et conditionnel (2 jeux)

Battleship game / Bataille navale: Futur et conditionnel (2 jeux)

LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • practice conjugating irregular verbs in the future / conditional • practice forming negative sentences (e.g. Je n’irai pas) This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • Conjugation of irregular verbs in the future • Conjugation of irregular verbs in the conditional OTHER TOPICS AVAILABLE IN THIS GAME: Morning Routine and time Avoir + dans mon cartable Adverbs of frequency and activities Adverbs of frequency and activities - (This is a free game with just one of the 3 usual grids) Aller + places in town Faire du sport Partir + moyen de transport Mettre + vêtements et couleurs
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Differentiated Battleship - Bataille Navale! Partir + moyens de transport

Differentiated Battleship - Bataille Navale! Partir + moyens de transport

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • practice making full sentences conjugating “partir” + using preposition “en/à” • practice vocabulary of transports • practice forming negative sentences (e.g. Je ne pars pas en avion) This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • The verb “partir” conjugation • Vocabulary of transports • Use of preposition “en” • Using “de” in negative sentences (e.g. Je ne pars pas en avion) DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with the verb “partir” conjugated and the appropriate preposition • One game with different subjects for students to conjugate “partir” and the appropriate conjugation • One game with a blank column for students to write their own subject + conjugation of “partir” and the preposition
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Differentiated Battleship - Bataille Navale - Faire du sport

Differentiated Battleship - Bataille Navale - Faire du sport

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! Instructions are included. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • practice making full sentences conjugating “faire” + using preposition “de” • practice vocabulary of sports • practice forming negative sentences (e.g. je ne fais pas de natation) This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • The verb “faire” conjugation • Sports • Use of preposition “de” • Using “de” in negative sentences (e.g. Je ne fais pas de natation) DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with the verb “faire” conjugated and the appropriate preposition • One game with different subjects for students to conjugate “faire” and the appropriate conjugation • One game with a blank column for students to write their own subject + conjugation of “faire” and the preposition
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Differentiated Bataille navale - Battleship! Aller + endroits en ville - places in town

Differentiated Bataille navale - Battleship! Aller + endroits en ville - places in town

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! Instructions are included in the document. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • practice making full sentences Conjugating “aller” + using preposition “à” • practice vocabulary of places in town • practice forming negative sentences This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • The verb “aller” conjugation • Places in town • Use of preposition “à” • Using “de” in negative sentences (e.g. Je ne vais pas au college) DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with the verb “aller” conjugated and the appropriate preposition • One game with different subjects for students to conjugate “aller” and the appropriate conjugation • One game with a blank column for students to write their own subject + conjugation of “aller” and the preposition
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Differentiated battleship - Bataille Navale! Mettre + vêtements et couleurs

Differentiated battleship - Bataille Navale! Mettre + vêtements et couleurs

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • practice making full sentences conjugating “mettre” + clothes and color • practice vocabulary of clothes and color • practice forming negative sentences (e.g. Je ne mets pas de jupe jaune) This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • The verb “mettre” conjugation • Vocabulary of clothes • Adjective agreement (colors) • Using “de” in negative sentences (e.g. Je ne mets pas DE jupe jaune) DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • EASY - One game with the verb “mettre” conjugated • INTERMEDIATE- One game with different subjects for students to conjugate “mettre” • HARD - One game with a blank column for students to write their own subject + conjugation of “mettre” – students also have to add color to the clothes
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BOUM! French Grammar Game-Irregular Verbs: Faire Avoir Aller Etre- End of year/End of unit

BOUM! French Grammar Game-Irregular Verbs: Faire Avoir Aller Etre- End of year/End of unit

This is a team game in which students choose a number and write a sentence with the verb indicated. Watch out, there are 6 bombs in the game! All instructions on the last slides of the game. Click "read only" to open the game. Download the free example to see how it works! BOUM! When you open the game, you will be prompted for a password - please ignore this and click "READ ONLY" to start the game. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME - Write full sentences using four main irregular verbs in the tense indicated by the teacher (être, avoir, faire, aller) - Review numbers The teacher can use this game as a formative assessment or as review or just to have fun with grammar! PREVIOUS GRAMMAR KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: - Conjugation of être, avoir, faire, aller in the tense required by the teacher - Use of prepositions of place, direction etc. - Structure “faire + du” MATERIALS NEEDED: Each team will need a small whiteboard, board marker and eraser (If those are not available, scrap paper does the job too!) HOW TO PLAY: This game can be played individually or in groups. Group games are more fun! To be more effective, avoid having groups of more than three students. 1) Teams first name themselves (a French name of course!) and take it in turns to choose a number. 2) Once a team has chosen a number and it is not a bomb, all teams attempt to write a sentence. They must use the verb indicated on the slide and the sentence must relate to the picture. Teachers can decide on which sentences to accept! I usually let the student make any sentence at all, as long as there is a clear link to the picture, even if it’s just a color for example. (Click the picture of the house in the bottom right hand corner to go back to the numbers grid.) 3) The team who chose the number has priority: they show their answer first. If their sentence is correct, they win the amount indicated on the slide. If it is not correct, the other teams show answer and they all have a chance to win half of the amount indicated on the slide. 4) The teacher must keep a record of how much each team wins. (I like to use fake money I printed and laminated! The kids love it!) 5) If a team uncovers a bomb, they lose all their money. There are 6 bombs in total. 6) The team with the most money wins. You will notice that as students choose a number, it changes colors – this will allow you to track the numbers that have already been called.
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Réflexion de fin d'année sur la classe de français / End of year reflexion on the French class

Réflexion de fin d'année sur la classe de français / End of year reflexion on the French class

I collated the 5 activities I usually do a the end of the year to help students reflect and go back to what we have done. I usually review those activities with the students but I don't give them a grade for them. I want them to feel free to explore and have fun at the end of the year! They are suitable for different grade, although you may want to alter some of the requirements on the letter - the file is a word doc so it's easy to alter. Included: - 3-2-1 reflection activity (individual) - Advice for next year's class (pair work) - A letter to next year's students (pair work or individual) - The teams of experts (groups of 3 /4) - A commercial for the class (groups of 3-5) I made sure it's a Word document so you can adapt each one to your class if you need to change some of the vocabulary etc. All of these activities will be great to review at the start of the following year, either with the same students or with your next class. Have fun!
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Differentiated French Battleship Game Adverbs of Frequency - Bataille Navale - adverbes de fréquence

Differentiated French Battleship Game Adverbs of Frequency - Bataille Navale - adverbes de fréquence

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! Instructions are included in the document! LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • Students practice making full sentences using adverbs of frequency • Students practice vocabulary • Students practice forming negative sentences This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • Adverbs of frequency + their place in the sentence • Vocabulary of activities DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with verbs conjugated in the first person for students who have difficulties with conjugation • One game with verbs in the infinitive for students who can conjugate the verbs themselves. • One game with a blank column for students to write their own favorite activities and conjugate the verbs
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Differentiated Battleship game - Avoir dans le cartable - bataille navale with vocab in my bag pack

Differentiated Battleship game - Avoir dans le cartable - bataille navale with vocab in my bag pack

The same game with 3 different levels to differentiate! Teachers can print and laminate and use board markers to ensure the product is re-usable. It looks much better in color! Instructions are included in the document. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME: • Students practice making full sentences conjugating the verb “avoir” • Students practice vocabulary of what’s in their backpack • Students practice forming negative sentences to say they don’t have something This game allows the teacher to circulate and monitor, help students with pronunciation or those who have difficulties forming sentences. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: • The verb “avoir” conjugation • Objects in your backpack • Using “de” in negative sentences (e.g. Je n’ai pas DE gomme) DIFFERENTIATED GAMES: • One game with the verb “avoir” conjugated • One game with different subjects for students to conjugate “avoir” • One game with a blank column for students to write their own subject + conjugation of “avoir”
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