French speaking activity PASSÉ COMPOSÉ activité orale - find someone who
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This French speaking activity is a great formative assessment for French immersion and Core French classes learning the passé composé. Students use common past tense verbs to communicate in French. Also included is a speaking rubric and a printable sheet with these questions that you can use as a speaking assessment!
Vocabulary used is basic in most French books, but to make your job easier, a printable vocabulary sheet is included!
**Students will use the passé composé with both avoir and être with this activity. Find an activity for avoir only HERE.
This resource includes:
*Printable vocabulary and notes page
*Find someone who... with English directions
*Find someone who...with French directions
*Oral evaluation sheet (or follow up homework assignment) with printable practice page for students using Est-ce que only + a sheet with Est-ce que and inversion
*Grading rubric In French and English
*Numbers you can print and put in a box to have students randomly answer questions
The students move around the room asking classmates if they have done certain activities. If a classmate responds with positively in a complete sentence, he/she puts her initials. If the response is negative, the classmate still needs to respond with a complete sentence, but does not sign the paper. Activity continues until all boxes are filled.
As a follow up, I collect the papers and call on the students who have signed the papers. It allows them to practice before being asked to speak in front of the class, and it holds them accountable so they are not just signing their names without really participating in the activity.
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