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A visual presentation to enrich any first year French unit talking about sports. However, this was made to go along with unit 4 of " Allez, viens".
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9th
This is a packet that could easily take 1-2 days to teach. The first page is an example of a French student's schedule (taken from Allez Viens! Textbook). The second page is my own questions about that schedule- first with questions in English, then different questions in French. The third page is a
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
An introduction to a cultural unit about Canada. Students label the provinces/territories of Canada, search for some historical and cultural information about Quebec. Geared at Allez Viens 1, chapter 4
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9th - 12th
Teach French sports vocabulary in context, with this comprehensible input story. This fun story features Mario and Luigi, and their friends, as they prepare for the 2024 Summer Games in Paris! (Focused on Allez Viens Level 1, Chapter 4) Included: 21 slides of story, with pictures for each one.
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9th - 12th
If you're looking for a great set of activities to start off your year with French 1, this is for you! You'll get 19 different resources in this bundle of activities (aimed at Allez Viens 1, but has been modified some). Included - --A four-page vocab set (alphabet, numbers, seasons, weather, pers
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7th - 12th
Ever tried Speed Dating? Try Speed Friending! Students ask and answer rapid fire questions of introduction (how are you, name, birthday, likes and dislikes....) Repetition is a big part of the game. Instructions included. Used with Allez Viens 1 chapter 1, but probably works for any French 1 in
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9th - 12th
Give students a chance to practice short translations of phrases that include demonstrative adjectives, colors, and clothing/school supply vocabulary. They'll need to pay careful attention to plurals, too! Also gives them full sentence translation practice. Geared at Allez Viens 1, ch3 and 9
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9th - 12th
Flipper pages for glueing into Interactive Notebooks. Includes Numbers 1-100, Alphabet, seasons, weather, salutations, and basic adjective agreement. Can easily be adapted to Spanish or German. Simple directions on one page for cutting and glueing. Vocabulary fits the Allez Viens series but is ba
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Frenchymms has created a project, complete with rubrics, for a summer camp/resort project. Students create and ad for Une Colonie de Vacances, where they explain what they offer in different seasons and weather, all in French. This goes well with Allez, Viens texbook chapter 4. Rubric for oral pr
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7th - 8th
This is a "flipper chart" for French interactive notebooks. Glue in the charts and have your students fill in the details! Topics include 1) school supplies 2) clothing 3) Colors 4) the verb avoir 5) changing definite to indefinite articles 6) demonstrative adjectives This is geared towards Allez
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A comprehensible input story for French 1. Two kids introduce themselves, including birthdays, nationalities, likes and dislikes, activities. Easily understood with some basic like and dislike vocab, adjectives, etc. Comes with one idea about how to use the stor in class, and questions to ask stu
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9th - 12th
This is a choice board activity for intermediate students of French who have been exposed to quite a bit of fashion vocabulary. The idea is that students choose 3 activities from the list of 6, which help them practice and expand their fashion vocabulary. I intended to use it with Allez Viens! 3 Cha
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9th - 12th
"Skeleton notes" on contractions with `a and de, with faire du sport, jouer au sport, and jouer de + an instrument. Students practice the contractions, conjugations of faire and jouer, and when NOT to conjugate. They also will practice translation. Skeleton notes, fill in the blank, and translati
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9th - 12th
An interactive foldable set. Pictures of clothes, school supplies, and colors are provided. Students cut the tabs apart, fold them down, and fill in the French definitions. Glue them into their interactive notebooks! Could be used for any language, and easy to edit to suit your vocab lists (base
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9th - 12th
A visual presentation which takes you into the heart of provence, Arles. You visit all the major attractions, and of course, get to learn a little about Vincent Van Gogh and see how he was inapired by the town that he got to call home.This would complement units 9,10,11 in "Allez viens" (Allez, vien
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9th - 12th
Teach vocabulary with comprehensible input stories. This story features Harry Potter and his friend Ron shopping for school supplies at Diagon Alley. They have to buy Muggle school supplies and clothing, as they go in and out of the shops of the Wizarding World. Contains 11 slide of story, with
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9th - 12th
This exam is a test of what they should have learned in the 1st quarter. This Quarter Exam will help you reduce the amount of tests your giving in class by cutting back to once per quarter. Knowledge tested: -Numbers -Greetings -Age -Nouns You Like Included: -Listening Script & Recording -Tes
This exam is a test of what they should have learned in the 1st quarter. This Quarter Exam will help you reduce the amount of tests your giving in class by cutting back to once per quarter. Knowledge tested: -Actions/Verbs -Possessive Adjectives -Subject Pronouns -Self-description Included: -Liste
This is a 156 slide PowerPoint on the topic of French meals, including vocabulary with accompanying pictures for courses (to use as flashcards) food and drinks consumed during those courses, ordering at a restaurant, cultural information about French meals (written in French) and a short true/false
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8th - 10th
This is a set of twelve sentences in the passé composé (mostly with avoir). Sentence strips are cut apart and students unscramble them, copy them down and later rearrange them into a paragraph and translate them. Instructions and suggestions for use are included along with an answer key. This activi
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8th - 12th
frenchymms has created a series of SMART Notebook anagram games to check student's knowledge of classroom objects in French. Students have to "beat the clock" to earn higher points as they rearrange letters until the words make sense. Teacher can go in and edit words to remove the clock if desir
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6th - 8th
Students try to find out what their partners like to do, by making suggestions and giving hints. Example (dialog): Shall we do dancing? I don't like dancing at all. I play my sport in the summer at the beach. Shall we play volleyball? Lets go! Focuses on "On fait" as a suggestion, adverbs of p
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9th - 12th
The game Mafia is a fantastic way to introduce storytelling to your novice high students. Mafia is a "who dunnit" murder mystery storytelling game. The teacher tells the story about how one of the students in the class was 'killed', and the class has to figure out who the guilty party is. This doc
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9th - 12th
Students describe a series of pictures to a partner, so they can figure out who went where, why, how and when. One student looks at the picture, and the other student asks questions like "Who goes?" "Brad Pitt goes". "Where does Brad go?" "Brad goes to the store." and so on. Great interpersonal
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9th - 12th

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