Use this series of worksheets to expose French language learners to the concepts of money and prices in francophone regions of the world. How do French people write and say prices? This resource can be used in partnership with any written or oral text containing prices, or other French activities including prices or money discussions. These activities are also good for practicing numbers (primarily French numbers 0-50, 1-100, and 0-1000). This product also includes Teaching Suggestions to lead to higher level discussions on subjects such as cultural differences, global similarities and differences, and varying standards of living, and other more meaningful learning topics. Differentiated options provided, with version 2 being more challenging in each case, as well as offering other options - such as US currency vs. other currency choices.
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Identify the differences between how prices are written in English and in French (using the dollar as the currency unit). Then students practice expressing numbers in words and written numerical form. Answer Key included.
Have students research identifies the currency of about 25 countries where French is a national language. There are two versions of this worksheet included for differentiation, so you can select the level right for your students, as well as which information you would like them to research and learn about.
Sample Answer Key included with a currency converter link to make sure the information is current when you use this activity with your students.
Incorporate some critical thinking skills and financial literacy or numeracy, as students calculate prices of various souvenirs in francophone countries, converted to USD/American currency, or whatever other currency you choose. Then students can share opinions around spending a given limited amount of money.
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