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Activité orale: "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu...?" *FRENCH*

Activité orale: "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu...?" *FRENCH*
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu...?" *FRENCH*
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu...?" *FRENCH*
Activité orale: "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu...?" *FRENCH*
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Quick oral activity to use the Monday back after March Break.

- 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 the March Break. And, consequently, the activity with the most NON answers is deemed the least popular activity of the March Break.

Sample questions:
> "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu patiné?"
> "Pendant le congé de mars, es-tu allé à un camp?"
> "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu visité un musée?"
> "Pendant le congé de mars, as-tu mangé de la pizza?"

31 questions in total... guess how many students I have ;)

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.

Check out FRENCH FUN WITH MME EVANS for other similar products:
★ "Pendant la longue fin de semaine de Pâques, as-tu...?"
★ "Pendant l'été, as-tu...?"
★ "Pendant les vacances de Noël, as-tu...?"

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!

~ Mme Evans
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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