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This file contains 19 "En Haut En Bas" (Up Down) vocabulary and verb form partner activities.
• Categories and Examples (1)
• Categories and Examples (2)
• City Places and Activities
• Countries and Nationalities
• Days and Months
• Numbers 1-50
• Numbers 1-100
• ER Verbs
• IR Verbs
• RE Verbs
• Regular Verbs and Infinitives
• Regular Verb Forms (1)
• Regular Verb Forms (2)
• Irregular Verbs and Infinitives
• Irregular Verb Forms (1)
• Irregular Verb Forms (2)
• Possessive Adjectives
• Demonstrative Adjectives
These activities sell individually for $2.39, or over $45.00 for all 19 activities. This bundle is offered at a 50% discount: $22.00.
Students work in pairs to complete these activities and each activity includes a vocabulary list.
Each student gets a copy of sheet 1. One student begins by saying the clue below “Début” and the other student finds the word that responds to the clue on the top of one of the squares. He/she says the word, and then reads the clue on the bottom of that square. The student who began then finds the word to responds to the clue. The activity continues until the students get to the last square and say “Fin”. The students can time how long it takes to go through to the end and try it several times to try to beat their time.
Here are two variations:
• Cover squares with bingo chip or piece of paper as they are used to make it easier to locate remaining squares
• No covering of squares for more of a challenge.
Students cut up the squares and line them up in order in one long strip placing the answers below the clues. There are two variations:
• Start with début and go to fin
• Start with fin and go to début
Students write in a response to the clues or clues that give the answers (sheets 2 and 3) after doing the other activities. They should try to do it without looking back at the slips of paper from sheet 1. They can do this activity together or they can do them individually. This can also be done orally with one student saying the clue (or response) and writing the answer of the partner (who is not looking at the vocabulary). The answers that students write can be the same as those used in the previous activities or they can give their own examples.