MadameJeFaisTout created this Power Point presentation for a middle school group of new learners that can be edited to your tastes. With no textbooks, this was the way information was taught and practiced, with more of a focus on the speaking and listening aspects at first. This several-day presentation can be used to teach inviting someone somewhere, accepter invitations, refusing invitations, clarifying when the event is occurring, and a review of numbers. There is also a cultural exposure activity at the end, asking students to deduce whether something belongs to the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, or the Arc de Triomphe.
NOTE: There is one activity that require two fly swatters for a game and another two activities that require teacher creation. There is a listening multiple choice activity for which the transcript must be created according to the teacher's needs. There is also a reading activity embedded that would be the choice of a teacher (perhaps a piece of realia or a real invitation to a party)