FRENCH CONDITIONAL PERFECT - FRENCH CONJUGATION - FRENCH -HIGH-FREQUENCY VERBS CONDITIONAL PERFECT TENSE WORKBOOK - 25 high-frequency French regular and irregular verbs, with 150 individual 'quick conjugation' questions, 3 differentiated conjugation challenges, and a full answer key booklet. I've found that grammar books are not particularly consistent with grammatical terminology, for example this tense is also called the conditional past. The English equivalent is I would have helped for example. The workbook doesn't look at the rules for the use of this tense in French, its focus is solely on the conjugation of the individual verb across a range of pronouns.
I've used these kinds of quick conjugation workbooks for years with my students, and they find them really useful. They really like to practice the conjugations regularly across the school year, and with the answer key, which has six pages in a booklet format, they're able to work and learn completely independently. I tend to have folders with a range of quick conjugation workbooks ready for them to select during free-choice time. The workbook is really versatile, and I use them in lots of different contexts - homework, holiday refresher and revision work, cover lessons and so on.
The 10-page workbook is structured as follows:
* Two alphabetical verb reference lists: FRENCH-ENGLISH and ENGLISH-FRENCH.
* Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations:
CHALLENGE 1: each verb is conjugated in French across a range of pronouns, with students then writing the corresponding English verb conjugation.
CHALLENGE 2: here I’ve given the French infinitive, and specified the target pronoun. Students then write the corresponding verb conjugation in French.
CHALLENGE 3: I’ve given an English prompt, and students write the corresponding French verb conjugation, and its infinitive form - this is particularly useful for those students who haven’t quite learnt the infinitives, and tend to recognize only single, individual conjugations.
* NOTES & NEXT STEPS template, which is a great way of getting students to reflect on their progress - my students actively revisit this on a regular basis. We also use their notes to inform and guide whole-group discussion about progress in general, which is also a really useful activity. Have a look at this sampler which is free to download - you'll be able to see if the format and activity will work well for your students:
MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BONNE CONJUGAISON !