Need 2 weeks of French distance learning or remote learning for your students? These French online lesson plans for French 1 and French 2 students are way better than ordinary French worksheets! They'll ensure that your students are reading, writing, listening, speaking, and learning culture if they're out of school for an extended period of time.
• Daily Discussion Questions: clothing, weather, likes, dislikes, food, describing family and friends, activities that you are going to do, describing household objects, and school and classes
• Daily Journal Writing - Free writing. Includes transition words to help students write more complex sentences.
• Cultural Video Clips with Follow-Up Questions - What Not to Do in France, Living in Switzerland vs. the U.S., Geography of the Ivory Coast, The Importance of Water from Chad, Guinea - How People Use Their Hands to Work, Burkina Faso - Innovative Uses for Plastic Bags. 3 videos in French with subtitles in English, 3 videos in English. Pick the ones that work best for your students.
• ER Verbs Digital Trifold Flashcards - Students learn all the common ER verbs by using them in sentence story strips - also sneaks in extra grammar.
• Digital Self Correcting Boom Cards - Set 1: Reviews sounds, and spelling, and introduces new vocabulary Set 2: Clothing - Listen, spell, and write (If you haven't used Boom yet, there is a link to a blog post explaining how to use it).
• Labeling Household Objects - Students cut out ready-made labels and place them on objects around the house and take photos
• Learning New Vocabulary - Students choose new vocab to learn and find images to represent the new words
• Teaching Family Members a Lesson - Students teach a family member a topic that they have already learned and then create an assessment or video to show that the person has learned the topic
• Song Collages - Students find a song on YouTube and make a collage to represent its meaning, themes, key words, etc.
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* Paperless - completely digital on Google Classroom or use the JPG's and PDF's to email to students or print on paper!
* This curriculum is more skill based and whole language based than focusing on particular grammar points. Grammar, vocabulary, and culture are woven into the activities in a more natural approach to language learning (similar to how we learn our native languages).
All of the major skills are covered: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture. Through the daily discussions, students are given helpful vocab and phrases so they can speak about a variety of topics (see the description). While they're recording videos or writing in a group chat, they're learning how to use things like: Je vais aller, Je voudrais + infinitive, etc.
The trifold flashcards review all the ER verbs through 3 sentence story strips, so they read a short story and put in the correct verb form. Next they read the same story, fill in the verbs and extra grammar through context such as articles, adjective agreement, prepositions, etc.
All of these activities include a wide variety of new vocabulary, with reference sheets with the words in English so they can learn what they mean. Basically, this is a very natural approach to learning the basic language concepts that you'd learn in a book, but the way you would use them in daily life through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
* Since we're in uncharted territory in terms of using this type of plan, I would love all of your feedback so I can make this resource work for as many teachers and students as possible. If you purchase it and have ideas for making it better, please email me at: email@example.com so I can work to incorporate your ideas. Thanks for understanding. -Sherry