Activité orale: "Pendant le congé, as-tu...?" **BUNDLE**

Activité orale: "Pendant le congé, as-tu...?" **BUNDLE**
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé, as-tu...?" **BUNDLE**
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé, as-tu...?" **BUNDLE**
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé, as-tu...?" **BUNDLE**
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UPDATED: Jan 2017: Christmas set added: "Pendant les vacances, as-tu?"

Quick oral activities to use the Tuesday back after Thanksgiving, the Monday back after Christmas, the Monday back after March Break, and the Tuesday back after Easter.

- Each student has their turn to come up to the box (or hat or bucket), pull out a question and read it to the class.
- To answer OUI, students stand up.
- To answer NON, students sit on the ground (or remain seated at their desks).
- The student who asked the question then tallies up the OUI and NON answers and jots it down.
- At the end, the question that had the most OUI answers is deemed the most popular activity of Thanksgiving / Christmas / March Break / Easter. And, consequently, the activity with the most NON answers is deemed the least popular activity of Thanksgiving / Christmas / March Break / Easter.

Sample questions:
> "Pendant les vacances, as-tu patiné?"
> "Pendant le congé de Pâques, as-tu fait une chasse aux oeufs?"
> "Pendant la fin de semaine de l'Action de grâce, es-tu allé en marche avec ton chien?"
> "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu mangé de la pizza?"

120 question strips in total (30 for Thanksgiving, 30 for Christmas, 30 for March Break, 30 for Easter). Please note that some do repeat themselves in 3 or all 4 of the sets (ex: Pendant.... as-tu joué dehors?)

Simply print, cut and place in a box (or hat or bucket).

BONI # 1: Cette activité se prête bien à une mini-leçon sur le passé composé et les auxiliaires avoir et être!

BONI # 2: Cette activité se prête aussi bien à une mini-leçon sur l'inversion du sujet: Au lieu d'utiliser "est-ce que" pour poser une question, on dit "as-tu...?".

Extension: Integrate some math by creating tally charts and/or a bar graph.

Created for Grade 5 French Immersion. Would be fun in a Core French or Francophone classroom as well. Practices the correct sentence structure for asking a question.

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★ "Pendant l'été, as-tu...?"
These future updates will be FREE to all who've already purchased this "Pendant le congé..." BUNDLE

Don't resort to the boring pencil and paper journal entry: "Pendant le congé, j'ai...". Get your students up, moving and talking French! It's way more fun!

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~ Merci
Total Pages
19 pages
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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