I developed this lesson as an application/synthesis of the French adjectives that my students had just studied. For maximum benefit, students should have familiarity with basic adjectives (grand, petit, heureux, sportif, etc.) and statements of hair/eye color (j'ai les cheveux ____) for both first and third person. The lesson begins with some translation review sentences and an analysis of common errors before challenging students to annotate a sketch of themselves in French using the studied adjectives (the comprehensive list of adjectives that I use can be found in the French Ne...Pas Structure lesson; I use this list all year and the students find it very useful as an ongoing resource). Finally, there is a reading comprehension activity where students are challenged to draw and annotate an image of a 'friend' who is described completely in French. Since there are four different versions of this 'friend,' this can also be used as a formative assessment.