French indefinite articles CLIP CARDS: les articles indéfinis
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Worksheet has 23 fill in the blank sentences, all starting with il y a or il n'y a pas. Students fill in the blank with un, une, des or de. Vocabulary corresponds to Bien Dit 1 chapter 1, but may be used with any text. Easy to edit to match the vocabulary in your text.
This lesson is designed for novice students of French. It is a fantastic way to teach students the indefinite articles, un and une, to introduce the concept of gender (masculine and feminine), and to have students practice constructions with nouns.
This SMARTBOARD game will enable students to differentiate between feminine and masculine classroom object words in French. Students will slide the word to the vortex of their choice. If the choice is correct the word will disappear. If the choice is incorrect, the choice will not be accepted and
This SMARTBOARD game will enable students to differentiate between feminine, masculine or plural object pictures in French. Students will slide the picture to the category column of their choice. They can check their answer after each response or at the end of the game. Great tactile activity as
Aren’t definite and indefinite articles in French confusing? My students think so, too! This interactive notebook foldable and practice will be a resource your students turn to again and again.
This is a double spread – 2 pages – of foldables and practice. Each spread includes the following for de
Spanish Food Plurals and Indefinite Articles - La Comida - Students change 25 Spanish food words to plural and then supply the English translation for each. The foods are common ones such as hotdog, hamburger, french fries, several different fruits, etc. Students are also instructed to write a Spa
This 20 slide power point offers students practice in choosing between partitive, definite, and indefinite articles.
Included are sentences which use quantities, preceding plural adjectives, and negative expressions--all of which use 'de' or 'd'.
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This little powerpoint presentation teaches how to change the indefinite article in negative sentences in French.
For example: Il a un stylo? Non, il n'a pas DE stylo.
This powerpoint has proven helpful in teaching the students how be more accurate in their negative sentences. I tell them that
Page 1 - explanation with examples (using 1A vocabulary)
Page 2 - answer key
Fully editable Word doc.
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A comprehensible input-based story to teach French definite and indefinite articles, as well as to reinforce school, family, and descriptions vocabulary. This product aligns with Bon Voyage Level 1 Chapter 1, but can be used with any beginning French curriculum. Includes detailed teacher instruction
On these worksheets students classify school and classroom objects into the appropriate category: le, la l' or les and un, une and des. Low tech activity.
This is a great follow up or homework to my Definite Article Task Cards classroom activity. May also be used with the Powerpoint. See links b
These 3 French definite and indefinite articles worksheets are best for students who have been studying French for a while, but who still struggle with understanding how and when to use definite as opposed to indefinite articles. These exercises will help students remember why we need to use article
For French Levels 1 or 2
Contractions, Articles, and Prepositions: A 3 part worksheet for contractions; definite, indefinite, and partitive articles; and prepositions for countries with the verbs aller, venir, and habiter.
In Part A of this worksheet, students will complete the contractions when n
This worksheet includes a quick review of indefinite articles, then a section to fill in the definite articles. It then has the students translate 15 nouns from French to English, then 10 nouns from English to French
Based on the vocabulary and grammar of Bien Dit 1 Chapter 2-1..
Students must fill in the appropriate indefinite (un/une) and definite (le/la/l') article for six different nouns. The same activity is copied three times onto a single page to save paper :)
Nouns included are: dame, garçon, fille, amie, ami, and monsieur.
Merci en avance!
This is a quick and easy, 1/2-page practice going between definite articles (singular and plural) and definite articles (singular and plural). I use it as a review during the first week of French 2 when we review French 1 concepts, but it could be used in French 1 when the concepts are introduced a
Here is a simple chart to give to your kids (or have them copy out in their notes). It explains the English difference between a definite and indefinite article as well as giving the clear French counterparts.
OR you may want to purchase the French Definite/Indefinite Articles PowerPoint which gi
Subject/Level: French, Level 1
Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to school supplies and definite articles.
Learning Objectives: Students will be able to ask for what they need using indefinite articles.
Standards: Communication, Comparisons
L1: Demonstrate command
Subject/Level: French, Level I
Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to vocabulary for areas of the school, school items, and indefinite articles.
Learning Objectives: Students will be able to ask and tell what objects there are in various areas of a school.
French I, Discovering French Bleu, Unit 4, Lesson 10, indefinite article, plural and singular. This powerpoint is two activities.
1. Cloze activity where students complete sentences with un/une/des. Students see slide with missing articles and write down just the missing articles. The next slid
This is a handout I give my students to introduce the main articles and to differentiate between them. It includes:
-practice going between the two (m., f., sing., pl.)
-the exception with the negative
-practice in the negative
Word search with the names of 27 vegetables: asperge, aubergine, betterave, brocoli, carotte, céleri, champignon, chou, chou-fleur, choux de bruxelles, concombre, endive, épinards, haricots verts, igname, laitue, légume, lentille, maïs, oignon, olive, petits pois, poivron vert, pomme de terre, radi
A clean and simple note that will copy well onto an overhead or can be used with a digital projector. Paired with a good first fill in the blanks worksheet separating definite and indefinite articles. Vocabulary is school based.
This is a 30+ page workbook intended for beginners learning French.
Unit Objective: students will learn to conduct simple conversations, including greetings, telling name, asking how one is feeling, etc.
Students will also learn essential basic vocabulary, such as numbers, alphabet, colors, comman
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Spanish Classroom Objects PowerPoint & Interactive Notebook Activities by Angie Torre.
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~57-Slide PowerPoint which is a complete lesson on Spanish Classroom Objects with checking for understanding and a
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Sometimes flash cards come with indefinite articles and sometimes they come with definite articles. Now you don't have to choose. This bundle c
Cette activité aide à promouvoir l'oral, l'écoute et la lecture des aliments. Ce produit est utile pour l’Immersion ainsi que pour le Français cadre/Français de base. Si un enseignant souhaite se servir de cette activité pour l’Immersion, les élèves au niveau primaire et au niveau
This bundle includes the following (at a discount from the individually priced items):
1. intro to definite and indefinite articles handout
2. partner dialog for Unit 1A
3. 1A listening quiz (goes with Le Zapping video on Vista and is set to MYP standards)
4. 1A practice activity with names (Th
This worksheet gives students practice reading and writing about which school supplies they have and do not have. In addition to school supply vocabulary, this worksheet uses indefinite articles and the yo/tú forms of tener.
In these worksheets, students must understand the sentences/phrases in order to color in the pictures.
3 different scenes are featured: classroom, library, and inside a backpack. All scenes come with 2 versions: one using indefinite articles (un, una, unos, unas) and one using definite articles (e
Confession time. I am a grammar nerd. It goes against everything I do as a teacher, but I love it and it's how I learned French.
Now I teach using TPRS with whole language chunks and rarely do any explicit grammar teaching other than the prescribed popup grammar when a student is curious or when
FRENCH Alphabet Watches for French Immersion - LES LETTRES DE L’ALPHABET
There’s no doubt that learning the alphabet is one of the most important steps in getting kids to learn French.
Children need lots of practice and repetition, and they also need to have fun.
They’ll have lots of fun AND the
This is a one-page product that allows students to practise their French with their classmates. A variety of vocabulary and basic questioning patterns are used.
Use this « sondage » to reinforce vocabulary pertaining to food, beverages, school subjects and extra-curricular activities. Also inclu
In this straightforward worksheet, students must label "los objetos de la clase." This can be assigned as homework, and once completed, it can also be used as a visual guide to the vocabulary words.
Tags: Spanish, school vocabulary, classroom objects, los objetos de la clase, indefinite articles, d
In these worksheets, students must understand the sentences/phrases in order to color in the pictures.
3 different scenes are featured: classroom, library, and inside a backpack. All scenes come with 2 versions: one using indefinite articles (un, une, des) and one using definite articles (le, la,