Cut-out fish "poissons" for April Fools' Day. (in color)The “poisson d’avril” is a joke made on April 1st. In France, children try to stick a fish picture on their friends’ back. When the joke is discovered, they shout “poisson d’avril !”
Listen to a woman visit the doctor in France using the link attached to the document. There aren't any subtitles. so students must listen carefully. Perfect listening assessment for a chapter on visiting the doctor and/or health. (editable version)
French Level 2 Activity using the film "Ma Vie de Courgette". Students can practice the passé composé, direct and indirect objects, and expressing their likes and dislikes about the film. A direct warm-up translation activity is incorporated as
French 1 Activity in beginner French and English. Designed for discussion:From Mark Osborne, comes the first-ever animatedfilm adaption of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconicmasterpiece, Le Petit Prince . At the heart of it allis the Little Girl,
Students are given a list of glossed terms/vocabulary. A fantasy story of a magical carpet, a monkey in need of rescue, and a misunderstood giant is started, but the students must finish it using their own imagination in the past tense in French.