Décode et dessine l'image - Decodable French Readers for Comprehension BUNDLE
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Make decoding and comprehension with your French primary students fun, effective, and engaging! This resource includes FIFTEEN readers en français, perfect for première / deuxième année, or maternelle students who are familiar with blending sounds in French.
These French decodable readers are unique in that they have NO pictures! Each page includes 1-2 simple sentences that feature a target French vowel sound, and space for students to illustrate what they read.
Every story has a clear arc with a beginning, middle, and ending.
All "lettres muettes" are written in gray, and any "sons composés" are underlined, to help students as they read.
Mini books for 15 vowel sounds are included.
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This resource contains a five-page story + orthographic mapping practice page for each of the following vowel sounds:
- /i/ - Lili lit un livre
- /ə/ - René Requin
- /e/ - Léa et le bébé
- /a/ - Un crabe à la plage
- /y/ - Une surprise pour Lulu
- /ɔ/ - Oscar et l'or volé
- /ɛ/ - Ella et le ver perdu
- /o/ - Audalie doit faire dodo
- /ɔ̃/ - Gaston compte
- /wa/ - Juan Iguane
- /ɛ̃/ - Ah, non!
- /ɑ̃/ - Le camping
- /ø/ - Deux choses bleues
- /u/ - Cours, souris!
- /ɥi/ - Trop de pluie
Each book incudes:
- The target sound indicated on the cover
- A page showing all the sounds students should know to be able to read it
- A 5-page story with a beginning, middle, and ending
- An orthographic mapping page to practice writing 3 words, sound by sound
- There are NO PICTURES inside; students will illustrate each page to show their understanding of the story
Enseignons ensemble members - the resources in this bundle were included in the July + August 2022 resource packs.
Check out the preview above to see what to expect!
Note: These books are most effective if used with students who already have some knowledge of French sounds, as they will be blending these sounds to decode the words in the story.