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If your class is learning French food vocabulary, there is no better way to teach culture than to have students research French restaurants and create their own menu.
Instructions and rubric included in French and English.
Create a French menu for your own restaurant.
Include 25 menu items (food and drinks) but may add foods not on vocabulary list.
Include an address, days/hours open, and prices. Includes different directions so you can require kids to use definite or partitive articles OR to allow them to leave the articles off.
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*Directions and grading rubric in French and English with one-column rubric
*Directions and grading rubric in French and English with points and A-F grading scale
* Directions and grading rubric in French and English with points but no grading scale
*Directions and grading rubric in French and English with standard-based grading scale 1-4
* Student pre-writing pages
*Printable vocabulary list of common foods with English translations
*Teacher comment page in French and English
*Includes 3 versions of a computer-made example (with definite articles, partitive articles, and no articles)