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French speaking activity - imparfait speaking prompt cards COMMUNICATION ORALE

Grade Levels
9th - 12th
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22 with credits
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Description

64 Questions for practicing the French imparfait!

Want to get your students speaking in the imparfait?

These speaking prompt cards are always a favorite in my class.

Each page contains 4 questions, each inside a decorative border. There are 64 questions in all using a variety of question words and common vocabulary terms. Also includes a master list of questions for teachers!

You can use these as timed speaking prompts, an around the world activity, journal entries, bell ringers, exit tickets and much more.

Here's how the around the world activity works:

1. Print and cut out the questions, and give each student a question that they will ask to the class.

2. If space allows, have the students form two circles. The inside circle should face the outside circle and each student should have a partner. If you have an odd number of students, just rotate a student in after each round. If you don't have space (I never do!) just have them make two lines facing each other.

3. Pick a side/circle to start asking the questions. All students should respond as thoroughly as they can, and always in complete sentences!

4. Switch sides.

5. Rotate one student to the left or right. Only one circle or line will move during this activity.

6. When finished, collect all questions, then ask the class to give sample answers.


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22 with credits
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