Save money and buy the bundle! This bundle includes two vocabulary worksheets and two different grammar worksheets that correspond to Chapter 4 of the Bon Voyage level 1 textbook, and can be easily adapted to other textbooks. Full descriptions of each are listed below.
VOCABULARY WORKSHEET 1:
Part one familiarizes students with how sentences are expressed in French, requiring them to translate from French to English after identifying individuals' relationships to one another as displayed in a family tree. Part two offers more opportunity to translate sentences from French to English, using new vocabulary. Finally, part three gives them practice forming sentences in French by translating from English.
VOCABULARY WORKSHEET 2:
Part one familiarizes students with how sentences are expressed in French, requiring them to translate from French to English. Part two gives them practice forming sentences in French by translating from English. Finally, part three makes it personal, allowing them to create sentences of their own complètement en français!
Note: These worksheets focus on family, party, and rooms of the house vocabulary and are designed to directly correlate with Chapter 4 of the Bon Voyage level 1 textbook. However, it is a Word document that can easily be edited and adapted to any French textbook or curriculum.
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET 1 - AVOIR & POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice the conjugation of the verb "avoir." They will also receive practice replacing subject nouns with the corresponding subject pronouns. By practicing subject pronoun substitution, students can get a better understanding of which verb form to use when there is a subject noun instead of a pronoun. In addition, students will practice the use of "les adjectifs possessifs."
In part one, students fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the verb "avoir". They will also choose four of those sentences to translate to English.
In part two, students write the subject pronouns that would be used to replace various subject nouns. Using this information, students then write the appropriate form of the verb "avoir" to go with each subject noun.
In part three, students translate phrases from English to French using the appropriate form of the correct possessive adjective according to the given noun. They are then given sentences in which they must indicate that the object belongs to the subject of the sentence by filling in the blank with the correct possessive adjective.
Finally, in part four, students put it all together by translating sentences from English to French, making sure to use the correct forms of avoir and the correct possessive adjectives.
BONUS: This worksheet comes with an alternate version designed specifically for struggling students. While addressing the same concepts as the original version, this "Version 2" gives clues to struggling students and eliminates unnecessary variables in order to focus in on the essential factors of the lesson. It's great for INTERVENTIONS and DIFFERENTIATION!
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET 2 - IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES & ORDINAL NUMBERS
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice the various forms of the irregular adjectives "beau, nouveau, vieux." They will also receive practice with adjective placement, particularly with the adjectives that go before the noun they describe, such as "grand," "petit," and those listed above.
In part one, students are given various nouns and must fill in the blank with the corresponding form of either "beau," "nouveau," or "vieux," as appropriate.
In part two, students are given sentences with two blanks, one before and one after the noun. They must translate a given adjective into French and then write the correct form of the adjective in the appropriate blank (before or after the noun), in the sentence.
In part three, students put it all together and form sentences in French by translating from English, making sure to use the correct form of irregular adjectives and the correct adjective placement in the sentence.
Finally, in part four, students translate various ordinal numbers (first, second, third, etc.) from English to French.
Note: These grammar worksheets also well with Chapter 1 (avoir) and Chapter 3 (possessive & irregular adjectives) of Bien Dit level 1. In fact, it is a Word document that can easily be edited and adapted to any French textbook or curriculum.