French Pronoun Writing Activity, Powerpoint

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Grade Levels
7th - 12th, Homeschool
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French Pronoun Writing Activity, Powerpoint

Students enjoy practicing pronouns forms with this powerpoint activity. It is called "Contre la Montre." On each screen there are 4 sentences with underlined words. There is a timer set to 45 seconds. Students write the sentence replacing the underlined words with the correct pronoun, either on paper or on a mini white board. When the time is up the sentences disappear and the students stop writing. All of the animation is set to do this, all the teacher has to do is click once to start. After it is done the teacher can click once more and the correct sentences come on the screen. The sample has the timer set to 10 seconds, but the 11 slides in the presentation are set to 45 seconds with four sentences per slide. There are direct and indirect object pronouns as well as "y" and "en". The sentences are in the present tense (some with two verbs) and the future proche (aller + inf).


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Topics include:

Regular Verbs
Irregular Verbs
Accent and Spell-Change Verbs
Regular Adjectives
Irregular Adjectives
Passé Composé (avoir, reg. verbs)
Passé Composé (être)
Passé Composé (irregular past. part.)
Imperfect and Passé Composé
PC, Present, Future (regular verbs)
PC, Present, Future (all verbs)
Present, PC, Imperfect, Future (all verbs)
Regular and Irregular Future
Regular and Irregular Conditional
Regular and Irregular Subjunctive
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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