French Present Tense Lesson 5: 1st person plural verbs -er,-ir,-re+irregular

French Present Tense Lesson 5: 1st person plural verbs -er
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Teach 1st person plural verb endings for most high frequency -er, -ir, -re, and irregular verbs while staying in the target language over 90% of the time with these dynamic lessons!

This lesson is designed for the secondary classroom (6-12+) and reenters infinitives and other verb forms (singluar and 3rd person plural) that students have already learned, and could be easily adapted for the primary classroom.

The download includes the following:
-3 hours of instruction with activities
-learning objectives
-verb lists and sample comprehensible input display ideas
-detailed teacher procedures
-graphic organizer for organizing rules of different verb endings for "nous"
-Input activities with student handouts (reading/listening)
-Output activities with student handouts (speaking/writing)
-information exchange activity

Your students will amaze themselves with what they will be able to do by the end of this lesson! This is the fifth of six lessons that make up the present tense unit that I do with my French I classes that takes about 4 weeks on block scheduling.

*Students should learn the infinitives for these verbs before doing these lessons. See my lesson on infinitives in my store!*

As with all of my products, this lesson is classroom tested!:)
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3 hours

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French Present Tense Lesson 5: 1st person plural verbs -er