This is a pack of four different activities:
1) "Faites un monstre" - This is an activity for practicing body part vocabulary. This is the worksheet on which the students will draw their picture. The worksheet refers to drawing body parts out of a baggie. I write things like "6 mains," "2 cous," etc. and students design a monster with the number/variety of body parts. I don't include the slips of paper in this pack because you and I may teach more or less body parts, but once you have created them, you can file them away and reuse them yearly.
2) Stranger than Fiction - For this activity, I show the first 3 1/2 minutes of the Will Ferrell film Stranger than Fiction (in French with English subtitles). There are 13 sentences in French, and the students have to put them in order as they see them happening. This is a vocabulary/reading activity. This includes the student sheet (2 per page), a parent permission slip (in case you need one), and the answers.
3) Scavenger hunt template - You will receive the French I objects scavenger hunt, but it is in Word format so that you can change it to a different topic, change instructions, etc. to match you and your students' needs. This also includes the slips of paper that I would print, cut, and put in a baggie for students to choose and use. The scavenger hunt can be modified to be used for a variety of types of vocabulary. You will receive an everyday objects version, but I have also used this template it for prepositions of place and adjectives, and it could be used for any category of vocabulary. I have the students do the scavenger hunt in small groups or pairs.
4) Prepositions of place activity - This includes the instructions and the slips of paper of suggested objects for the drawing.
All of these items come in Word format, so you can modify them to meet your/your students' needs i.e. directions, requirements, etc.
Preview shows the top few lines of each of the four student activities.
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