On this student notes sheet, the first box has students fill in the present conjugation of "faire" and of "jouer" since it was a part of the Do First/Warm Up activity. Then, there is space for students to write down the "formula" of how to conjugate -er, -ir, and -re verbs, respectively. After each formula is written down, students are to practice conjugating various verbs using the formula they just learned.
Make sure students keep in mind the important changes for:
1. "nous nageons" and "nous commençons", with the addition of the "e" and the "cedille" in order for the verb to remain phonetically consistent (sound the same).
2. "il/elle/on interrompt", with the addition of the "t" so the "p" is pronounced (the "t" is added as the silent letter for a. phonetic consistency, and b. for a pleasing aesthetic when written down).
There are additional lines at the bottom of the last page for students to practice creating sentences using these conjugations.
Conjugation tables have two columns and three rows to show the difference between a) singular and plural, and b) first/second/third person. This way of learning conjugations will make irregular patterns, such as the common "boot verb", make more sense.