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Ideal for French 1 Food Units!
La Nourriture Contextualized Flashcards go beyond the average language task flashcard with a colorful, appealing design and language learning in context that moves beyond practice into meaning. High-quality color illustrations with French on the back-no English!
These Multi-Use Cards Include:
♦ Fruits: orange, apple, banana, grapes, watermelon, peach, strawberry, lemon, lime, pear, pumpkin, grapefruit, blueberries, avocado, cherries, pineapple
♦ Vegetables: beans, green beans, carrot, lettuce, corn, onion, cucumber, peas, garlic, cauliflower, pepper, squash, potato, mushroom, tomato, broccoli, celery
♦ Grains: cereal, rice, bread, baguette, croissant
♦ Dairy: yogurt, butter, cheese, egg, milk
♦ Meat: beef, pork, chicken, roast beef, ham, sausage
♦ Seafood: Fish, shrimp, crab
♦ Condiments: salt, ketchup, mustard
♦ Sweets/Junk Food: ice cream, pie, cake, chocolate, sugar, cookies, fries, pizza
♦ Drinks: tea, coffee, water, lemonade, orange juice, soda
About the Resource:
These sets of flashcards surpass the normal vocabulary flashcards-they are ideal for binding vocabulary, as they have no English on them. They also include food groups and tasks to contextualize the use.
Question Cards for Sorting/Activities:
-What are the foods you don't eat?
-What are foods for parties?
-What's in the fridge?
-What's in the pantry?
-What does one eat at breakfast/lunch/dinner?
-What does one eat if vegetarian?
-What do you like to eat?
-Which foods aren't healthy?
Stations for group rotations
Sorting/ Comprehensible Input Activities
Conversation starters for speaking activities
Review Games: student has to guess best friend's response to questions, has to sort
words into correct category, answer questions, etc
…the combinations are endless with these flashcards!
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