Students sketch inside the crystal ball what they see in their futures. They then describe their sketches by either writing a designated number of sentences (4 or 8), or a paragraph. There are 3 versions included:
- 4 sentences
- 8 sentences
Both aller + infinitive and the future tense will work well for this activity. Neither is specified to allow for flexibility with your students.
This is a fun presentational activity, and the completed activities will look great decorating a bulletin board or hallway!
Created by Sue Summers
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French Future Sketch and Sentences - Future Tense or Aller + Infinitive
by Sue Summers
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