This game is called "Ouï-dire," which translates to "hearsay." It is an activity that focuses on listening and speaking French, in the form of pair work and along the lines of information gap. Students take turns listening to their partner in order to figure out what letter they need to say next.
This activity corresponds to Unit 1, Chapter 2 of the curriculum that I designed. The instructional page is available for a free preview download. A cover page, instructional page, activity page (that can be cut in half: one half for player A, and the other for player B), and the answer key/script which shows what an accurate completion of the activity sounds like.
This activity covers 8 difficult letters of the French alphabet: a, e, o, i, u, g, j, and y. Students take turns saying their letter, while the partner has to correctly identify which letter was pronounced, and in turn say another letter.
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