Four different screenshots of online weather reports (for Paris, Nice, Quebec and Reunion) with comprehension questions in French and English.
Use them in a series, or divide the class into teams and have groups present each weather report to
Using the image of a French calendar, students write out the days and dates that are circled.
This is great practice with the days of the week and constructing the date, as well as helping to familiarize the students with a calendar in which the
This story about Halloween is designed as practice with adjectives, and includes reading comprehension practice, dictionary work, and Halloween vocabulary.
Students read the vignettes about the Wicked Witch of the East and Dracula. Using context
Mini-unit for Valentine's Day for Beginning French students. Includes vocabulary footnotes within the text of a fairy tale love story. Reading comprehension questions follow. I have posted a free Valentine's Day lexicon elsewhere.
Using the image of the primetime French television schedule for a random week, students answer questions about what's on television.
This activity practices time (including the 24-hour clock) and days of the week, while forcing students to
Two different cloze activities using the lyrics to Joe Dassin's "Aux Champs Elysees." One is missing vocabulary from Discovering French Bleu Units 1-4; the other is missing "a" and "de" contractions.
The song is available for free download on
This is a two page version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears in French. Students read the story as a class, in small groups, or individually, and then use context clues and their background knowledge of the story to decipher the meaning of some
This is a speaking activity in which students interview each other about their family members, aligned with Discovering French Bleu Lecon 2.
The activity introduces the construction "Est-ce que tu as..." If a classmate answers affirmatively, the
A fun Halloween activity for beginning French students. Using a list of basic Halloween vocabulary, students answer questions about their Trick-or-Treating plans, their thoughts on scary things, and generally manipulate the words.
Students practice the passe compose (with avoir exclusively) by asking and answering questions about what they have done. If the student receives an affirmative answer, they write the classmate's name in the right box. The first student to get
2 worksheets for practice with the future with aller. Students make amusing predictions about the future - their lives, their houses, society, and celebrities.
Aligned with Discovering French Bleu Unit 5.
Discovering French Nouveau Bleu has a small section in the textbook entitled "Images - Ãƒï¿½Ã¯Â¿Â½ Paris," and a short video scene to accompany it. Unfortunately, there are no accompanying exercises or extension materials, which makes this section
This is a comprehension activity based on the "Images - Ã€ Paris" section of Discovering French Nouveau Bleu. Students use the information in this section to answer questions about where in Paris one would go to do certain activities.
Exercises meant to accompany Discovering French Nouveau Bleu's "Images - A Paris."
These are a series of translation exercises practicing Aller, Venir, and "a" and "de" contractions. They are aligned with Bleu Unit 5.
I have used these
An extension activity for the Discovering French Bleu Unit 5.
This is a web activity that teaches students how to find a hotel in Paris that fulfills certain requirements: proximity, quality, and price. This is a high-interest activity with
A set of 32 cards that include a name, age, nationality, and phone number.
These are great for practicing introductions, describing oneself, and describing others.
Nationalities are represented by males and females.