Est-ce que tu as déjà…? This French speaking activity is great for getting French 1 students to speak and practice their vocabulary when learning about LA FAMILLE. Students will also review the present tense of AVOIR when doing this activity. Your students will enjoy getting up and moving around the classroom as they ask their classmates questions that are listed on the grid. See full instructions for this resource below.
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This resource includes:
One grid to print out and make one copy for each student in your class. There are sixteen squares on the grid. Each square contains one question and a space to write a classmate’s name.
Have your students move around the room asking classmates the questions that are written in the squares on the grid that you provide. If a classmate responds with OUI he or she writes his name on the line provided. Complete sentences are encouraged even when the answer is NON. Activity continues until all boxes are filled. Once all of the boxes have been signed your students can turn in their papers.
This is a fun, interactive way to review vocabulary about LA FAMILLE and to practice using AVOIR. Your students will enjoy learning fun facts about their classmates, and you will certainly like hearing them speak French!
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