This beginner French reading is great for students to review vocabulary around weather, seasons and clothing. It talks about three young people in different cities at different times of the year: London (raining), Medellin (hot + sunny), New York City (cold + snowy).The reading includes 8 reading co
Students practice vocabulary of seasons/weather and clothing in this activity.
Students draw clothing items they wear in the given weather conditions (hot, cold, rainy, today). Teachers can dictate the number of items required in each box (5 offers a good range - a pair of boots = 1 item). Studen
This unit has TWO school weeks of 55-minute day-by-day lesson plans! This unit covers calendar (months, days of the week, etc) as well as French holiday information, clothing vocabulary, weather vocab, and seasonal activity vocabulary. Ultimately students will be able to identify a time of year, a
1. A clothing item in French is introduced and students repeat the word.2. Students pick at least one weather phrase by using the numbers by the images or saying the weather phrase in French that would match the clothing item. Answers are revealed.
I have my students pretend to be Gucci employees and design a line of clothes for the Francophone world. Students must describe the clothing, when to wear it, and what activities can be done while wearing it. I have students record their sentences on Educreations (free app for iPad) but you could
This handout should be done in small groups. Students are asked to identify typical weather in each of the four seasons. Then students are asked to make logical recommendations for clothing concerning the season and the weather. Teachers may want students to present their recommendations to the clas
This bundle includes note sheets on the French calendar, weather expressions, clothing, and seasonal activities. There is a guided notes version of each note sheet and a quick instructional file that explains how I use the guided notes in my class.For assessment there is a quiz on clothing and anot
This is a project that I created for French I. I have the students complete it during the weather and clothing unit. It is also intended to be a cultural introduction to la francophonie. Students sign up for a francophone city and research it, with the end product being an 8-page booklet. The book
This is a powerpoint presentation on what you might wear during different types of weather. On each slide there is a type of weather in French with some suggested types of clothing that someone may wear in that type of weather situation. Qu'est-ce que tu portes quand... - What do you wear when...
This is a quick and easy speaking activity in which students ask each other what to put on in various weather situations. It practices:-clothing vocabulary-weather vocabulary-the verb METTRE (in the imperative form)-variation: sub PORTER for METTREIf you're teaching a clothing vocabulary unit, you
This handout helps students to associate different seasons with the kinds of weather. Then students are asked to associate the types of clothing with different kinds of weather. The activity is helpful for vocabulary building or review.
This practice asks students to state what article of clothing one may wear given a weather expression. There is a second component of this practice where students say what one probably wouldn't wear given the weather. The second part is a good opportunity to review that the words "un, une, and des
This project can replace a traditional assessment or be used in conjunction with one.Students are asked to pick at least 8 items of clothing, describe it, and provide a logical weather expression and activity one can do while wearing that item of clothing.There is a written rubric included as well a
This is a cumulative test after students have learned the calendar, clothing, and weather vocabulary. Students will listen to a description of weather and write a logical month (as it would be in the US), write the correct season (in the US) that corresponds to a given month, identify weather and c
Customize this puzzle to your liking. The statements on either side of the lines match logically. Cut up the sheet on the lines (using card stock works great), put each set in a plastic ziplock and give them to the students to fit together to reform the page. I also have students copy the sentences
These French speaking activities are perfect for your beginner classes! There is a variety of speaking task cards, Find Someone Who, J'ai... qui a style questions, dice speaking games, and interviews that will get your French 1 students speaking and having fun! You will get some of my best-selling
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This is a French vocabulary activities ULTIMATE BUNDLE, containing 9 different themes in one MONEY-SAVING BUNDLE! Help your students review French vocabulary. A great addition to your unit of study or independent learning centers. This BUNDLE includes 36 products across 9 themes!The themes included
These French Speaking Activities, Task Cards are perfect for testing your students' speaking skills for quarterly speaking tests, midyear, midterm, and/or final exams. Google version or paper version for in-class or remote learners. Includes 40 situations (with questions written in English) to ask
Les Vêtements is an engaging project to do with beginning French students. The final product requires students to create selfies in different outfits and then describe what they are wearing, what the weather is like, and create a hashtag. Students will need prior knowledge of clothing, adjective
The following document is in French. It is a 30-page "Winter" unit, which focuses on winter weather words, clothing and sports. It includes vocabulary, word wall words, wordwork sheets, suggestions for classroom collaborative books with title pages, worksheets that focus on drawing winter objects (g
IN FRENCH * NUMBER 1 BEST SELLER ON TPT * Functional, differentiated skill work that is the perfect addition to your morning routine and calendar time. This adapted binder will help your students start their day off right, and once mastered, can be a set of skills they complete successfully and inde
This bundle of task cards for beginning French students includes over 425 cards for 11 French 1 topics. Topics include: Avoir and être, avoir expressions, -er verbs, faire and jouer, adjectives, clothing and colors, the futur proche, weather, school supplies, -ir and -re verbs, and food and drinks.