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FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)

FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY! (FUN WORD SEARCHES & OTHER ACTIVITIES, 60 PP)
Product Description
This is a handy, fun learning pack that starts with some background on the language, pronunciation tips, conversational phrases or expressions, and a grammar sketch. Next come:

A Short History Of France reader then

Handy Links Concerning French History (i.e. links to articles, books, videos);

A1. French History Word Search;
A2. French History Word Search;
A3. French History Word Search;
A4. French History Word Search;
A5. French History Word Search;

A6. NUMBERS TO WORDS CRYPTOGRAM: FRENCH HISTORY:
A7. NUMBERS TO WORDS CRYPTOGRAM: FRENCH HISTORY:
A8. NUMBERS TO WORDS CRYPTOGRAM: FRENCH HISTORY:

Common Core: Informational Text:
ELAS.R:IT.1 re support,
ELAS.R:IT.2 re central idea,
ELAS.R:IT.3 introduction of key persons, events, ideas,
ELAS.R:IT.4 meanings of words, phrases...,
ELAS.R:IT.5 how parts fit into overall structure,
ELAS.R:IT.6 author's point of view/purpose,
ELAS.R:IT.7 information in different media/formats,
ELAS.R:IT.8 list and evaluate arguments and claims,
ELAS.R:IT.9 comparing and contrasting events by different authors,
ELAS.R:IT.10 reading with good comprehension;

B1 French Vocabulary Word Search

French Language Word Searches (5) consisting of useful vocabulary including for school or classrooms, e.g.: award=prix, backpack=sac à dos, ball=balle, blackboard=tableau noir, bulletin board=tableau d'affichage, bus=bus, cafeteria=cafétéria………… ;

There are also French Bingo vocabulary card which via cut-and-paste can be made into any number of additional cards;

A French Irritation Board Game that can help teach vocabulary;

French Clip Art you can use for classroom decor or theme-setting, arts-and-crafts projects, etc; and finally

A Certificate Of Completion.

Even if you are a French teacher who has covered some of the basic vocabulary already it’s still great for review purposes through the year including during Spring Fever and end of school. If teaching English, history, etc, it is culturally enlightening. When a substitute teacher comes, the students can productively use the word searches/worksheets as handy printables. If by chance you have or may have ESL or ELL students from a French language background, regardless of whichever subject/s you teach, then they can also benefit.

So, the price and time for FRENCH LANGUAGE AND HISTORY are right, and you will love seeing your kids glad to stay busy as bees enjoying this learning pack a lot, so consider getting it now, BUT if cash-strapped and able to wait some, consider these money-savers:

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**NOTE RE CCSS: The author of this publication mentions here and or elsewhere and is supportive of educational standards such as the Common Core State aligned to”) are or mean in the supportive spirit of, and are not to state or imply any endorsement, approval or sanction by the afore-mentioned. Standards that were written and developed by the National Governors’ Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers © Copyright 2010. Any use of descriptions, summaries, text, words or phrases (e.g. “aligned with” or “aligned to” also simply mean in the supportive spirit of, and are not to state or imply endorsement.

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Total Pages
60 pages
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