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French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary

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French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
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11.85 MB   |   25 pages

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This is an interactive PowerPoint where students practice their oral French by listening to pattern sentences and repeating them. This particular file practices classroom vocabulary and gets the students ready for a communicative style of instruction where the teacher speaks as much French as possible during class time.

There are 25 slides as follows:
Slides 3-13: Classroom vocabulary: maitresse, maitre, tableau, pupitre, porte, crayons, cahiers, ordinateur, livres.
Slides 14-22: Classroom instructions for the whole class.
Slides 23-27: Classroom instructions for individual students.

Vocabulary is presented with an illustration and in a sentence for context. All slides are illustrated to help students understand the meaning without resorting to translation.

In the Powerpoint, the words in the sentences appear as they are being said, allowing students to read as they repeat. The PowerPoint uses repetition to reinforce new vocabulary and sentence structures and can be used as a whole class lesson, as individual practice or for homework.

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Total Pages
25
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On  September 23, 2013Beatriz BORDERIEUX (TpT Seller) said:
Très bien, mais il y a une petetite faute d'ortographe: "assoyez-vous" ça s'écrit "asseyez-vous".
Je vous remercie de partager cette bonne présentation.
On  September 23, 2013Ms Joanne answered:
Vous êtes très bienvenue. A propos de "assoyez-vous" et "asseyez-vous", d'après "Le Bescherelle" les deux sont acceptables. Je crois que "asseyez-vous" est plus commun en France et "assoyez-vous" en Quebec, et comme je suis canadienne j'utilise "assoyez-vous". C'est facile à changer la présentation pour la version que vous préféréz.
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On  May 6, 2013,  Buyer said:
Fantastic...I asked Joanne for the english translations and she took the time to post it in the question section. Couldn't have asked for better customer service and this is a free item she offers!
Merci Merci Merci
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On  March 9, 2012Teado Wisdom (TpT Seller) said:
Good thoughtful lessons for the English Language Learner.
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On  May 5, 2013,  Buyer asked:
Hi,
My son will begin a dual lang french kindergarten program next year. Thank you for posting this. I wish the english tranlations were also posted.
Nicely done.
Yvette
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On  May 5, 2013Ms Joanne answered:
Hi Yvette,

I'm sure your son will enjoy his dual language class. I teach grade 1 French immersion in Canada which is very similar. There is no English translation because the point of dual language is to be immersed in the language and learn that way rather than through translations. The pictures in the PowerPoint are there to help build understanding without the translations. In any case, I'm happy to give you the translation. Slides 4-13 all use the same phrase:
"in the classroom there is a "
Slide 4: teacher (female word for teacher)
Slide 5: teacher (male)
Slide 6: blackboard
Slide 7: desk
Slide 8: door
Slide 9: pencils
Slide 10: notebook
Slide 11: desk
Slide 12: computer
Slide 13: books
Slide 14: hello class, how are you
Slide 15: very well thank you and you miss
Slide 16: listen please
Side 17: look here please
Slide 18: stand up please
Slide 19: sit down please
Slide 20: open your books please, open your books to page 10
Slide 21: open your notebooks please
Slide 22: open the door please
Slide 23: close the door please
Slide 24: go work on the computer please
Slide 25: lift your hand please
Slide 26: come to the board please
Slide 27: the end good work
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French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary
French Oral Practice - Classroom Vocabulary