MadameJeFaisTout likes when students do all the work to develop their communication. For this 2-day activity, students use the rubric seen here to draw a monster. Why a monster? Students are always self-conscious about their art abilities, so the idea of a monster is: the uglier the better. Students draw a monster that reflects a writing prompt. If the student writes on a separate paper that the monster likes basketball, the drawing must reflect that. It is important that writings not be on the same part as the drawing. The teacher then numbers the monsters. The idea is that the teacher types 3-5 sentences from each student paper and, in a second day's activity, students must match the sentences they are reading with the monsters displayed around the room. This can be a partner activity, a French-only communicative activity, or a group activity.