Get students speaking and listening in French with this info-gap activity expressing likes and dislikes of foods.
In pairs, Student A asks Student B if he likes oysters. Student B looks for the picture of the oysters, and then tells Student A whether he likes oysters, dislikes oysters, or is indifferent about oysters, according to the chart. Student A records Student B's opinion as an emoji. When Student A finishes all his/her questions, the roles are reversed, and Student B asks all the questions.
Students can't "cheat" on this interpersonal activity, filling in random emojis, because there are correct answers, instead of open-ended answers.
This is a great beginning activity to use right after you have presented the vocabulary pronunciation. Your role as a teacher is to be a facilitator, correcting pronunciation and encouraging participation.