Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions

Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
Imparfait vs Passé Composé Expressions
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This item is a "word sort" students can use to learn and practice expressions that indicate the use of imparfait or passé composé.

Strategies for using this resource in class:

(1) Laminate the table of terms and give one to each group. Have students work together to highlight terms as they sort (write) them in their individual tables.

(2) Cut out the individual terms and paste on to the table.

(3) Give each student a blank table. Instruct them to cut out the terms and write the English meanings on the back. Provide mini Ziploc bags for them to keep the cut out pieces. Use the pieces and blank table as a manipulative throughout the unit to repeatedly practice sorting the terms.

An answer key is provided on the last page!

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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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