Au Carnaval...This worksheet on the Carnaval de Québec/Quebec winter carnival works perfectly with the Ontario Core French Curriculum for grade 5 students. This sheet asks students what they would like to do at Carnaval, and gives them enough space to draw a picture. Usually before we complete this
Au Bal de Neige...This worksheet on the Ottawa festival of Bal de Neige/Winterlude works perfectly with the Ontario Core French Curriculum for grade 4 students. This sheet asks students what they would like to do at Bal de Neige, and gives them enough space to draw a picture. Usually before we compl
This handout works in conjunction with the "Canada's Culture, Influence of British and French" Powerpoint. It can be used as a guided note-taking activity, a summarization activity, group work, or as a homework assignment.
Worksheet to accompany 'la ou je does videos'. Students note facts learned from each video (suggested:1 video per day/week), the country the child is from and reflect on whether they would like to live there. Website listed below for referencehttps://www.tfo.org/fr/univers/la-ou-je-dors
A 1-page worksheet that is an excellent complement to my other Moroccan products. Have your students match the French description with the correct answer all while learning or reviewing information about Morocco+an answer key NOTE: I have added a Digital Overlay to this product.The worksheet is writ
This worksheet presents facts about the country of the Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire) in a format that asks students to rewrite sentences and answer questions using the pronoun "en" to replace certain nouns. The worksheet is entirely in French. I use it with my French 1 classes in our unit (which align
This unit focuses on le futur proche, and travelling around Paris.
This unit will allow students to explore the beautiful city of Paris using web quests, projects, and research assignments. Technology is needed for some components, but not all.
Teach your students the story and significance behind the Eiffel Tower in this lesson about French culture and history.
This mini-lesson can be adjusted for different grade levels:
* Younger grades (preK-3) can color the coloring sheet of the Eiffel Tower, while teachers can read the story of the
Here is a mini-unit on Le Festival du Voyageur in Saint-Boniface Manitoba suitable for the grade 6 culture components of the Ontario Curriculum. This unit includes a vocabulary sheet (one with English translations and one without), a story and some reading comprehension questions, a read and draw v
This unit is a comprehensive overview of French culture that teaches about the customs, holidays, food, monuments, geography, literature, art, economy, education, sports, etc. of France. It includes a game where each student is given a sheet with a piece of information at the top, and nine question
Thank you for purchasing this information unit on Le Festival du Loup. Inside you will find a description of the festival, fill in the blank and true false comprehension pages, puzzle page, a free picture page from the festival as well as a design your own wolf page. (This is one of the activities
This authentic activity contains links to YouTube videos and websites about the ice hotel in Québec. 10 slides are dedicated to introducing your students to L’hôtel de glace. Authentic tasks include planning a visit to the hotel, and reading TripAdvisor comments(in English) about customer’s visits.
**COMPATIBLE WITH GOOGLE APPS & EASEL** Digital worksheets available here.Check out the preview for a sample of the first lesson in this unit!This unit covers 15 Core French expectations in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. In this unit, students explore different Francophone communitie
This writing guide tackles the email writing response section of the AP French Language & Culture exam. Students are walked through the requirements of an AP-level email response, given tips on informal and formal writing formats, and reminded of grammar techniques that can elevate or familiari
In this activity based on an authentic television news excerpt, students in high intermediate and advanced courses will build vocabulary, answer multiple choice questions, and discuss issues of gender equality in the workplace. The discussion questions and teacher's guide provide ample opportunity t
Based on an article from Belgian newspaper "La Libre", as well as a graph of statistics comparing marriage trends in France and the US since the end of World War II, students will be encouraged to develop new vocabulary and work on grammar for comparing cultures and discussing evolving trends. This
These activities were made to go along with the Ontario Curriculum Grade 7 Culture Unit for Core French.
This package includes:
- A reading activity
- Reading Strategy Questions
- A vocabulary list with answers
- Cajun expressions
- Class Listening Activity (linked to video)
- Individual Listening
In this Zip file you will receive a PDF version and a Video version of photos from the 2018 Festival du Loup in Lafontaine, Ontario. The photos tell a story based on a visit to the festival as told by two children. The Video is MP4 format and will play on a computer. The video is identical to the
*Make sure you own this song before purchasing this activity. The song itself is not included.*
Engage your students in French culture with a lesson on the Carnaval de Quebec.
This file (PDF) contains:
- Two printable handouts based on the folk song "Rions, Chantons, C'est Le Carnaval"
Have your students been raving about the extremely popular show 'Lupin' and/ or have you been trying to find a way to incorporate it in your French classroom?Are you looking for interactive activities that you could combine with the literary work of Maurice Leblanc?Then this resource is the perfect
In this cultural mini-unit, students will learn about tourism in Louisiana and follow models to write a post card using the passé composé in the first person singular. It created in an easy to follow format and includes a peer, self and teacher feedback rubric and a final evaluation rubric. Use this
This is a project that I have used for the past couple of years with my Advanced Placement French IV students. During the course of the year, they become experts on a francophone country or region (i.e. Quebec or Louisiana), and they present information to their classmates weekly. The objectives a
This worksheet helps students to learn and organize the spices used by different cultures, cuisines, and regions around the world. A key is also included. Student will research the spice and herbs used in the following cultures:CaribbeanCajunChineseFrenchItalianIndianKoreanMexicanMiddle EasternNorth