This is an easy dice race I use when I introduce the imparfait FORMATION. I go over just a couple of imparfait translations with them, but it's not the whole "imparfait vs. passé composé lesson"--rather, I just teach them that the imparfait can mean that you "used to" do something and that it can also mean that you were "____-ing".
*This is not meant to be some sort of earth-shattering creative activity. I use it because I find that sometimes students can know how to conjugate / know how to form a tense, but they have no idea what it actually MEANS. This is an easy way to check for understanding.*
With this activity, students work in partners to create and translate sentences.
I like it because:
-students work together (so students who struggle can find success faster when they aren't immediately defeated because they're alone)
-sentences aren't GIVEN to them--they have to work to construct them
-it practices affirmative and negative sentences
-it practices translating
-game sheet for students
-directions for teacher
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