French and Fancy

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This poster is ideally printed on 11"X17" but could be scaled down to fit any size. This is a creative way for students to present themselves to the class--at the beginning of the year or at any time. In my classroom, students present their
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This activity has a family tree and twelve pictures of various family members below. Your students need to read the descriptions of each family member, cut out the corresponding picture and paste it in the correct spot on the family tree. The
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This activities in this handout allow for students to enjoy the film without having to listen for discreet details. In the first exercise, students are given pictures of the characters and a box of names. They have to match the name with the
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This file has two different Mad Libs templates. Students can work alone by folding the page in half and filling in the required words, then unfolding the paper and plugging them into the story. Or, students can work with a partner by asking
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This three page document has a checklist of ingredients for the perfect sandwich, pizza, and taco. Each page has labeled pictures of each item. I created these to go with Melissa & Doug's felt food (frequently on myhabit.com on sale) but you
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This activities in this handout allow for students to enjoy the film without having to listen for discreet details. In the first exercise, students are asked to name and describe the main characters. Novice learners can make a list of physical and
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This handout is divided into two exercises. In the first exercise, students read a description of a family relationship (For example, "He is the father of my father.") and they need to identify this family member, using the correct possessive
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This handout is centered around a story I found in Quand à Moi, called, Une Semaine à Paris. I designed pre-reading and post-reading activities and annotated the text so that it is less of a grammar exercise and more practice using grammar in
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This 10 slide powerpoint identifies my mom, dad, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin (boy & girl), grandmother, and grandfather. Each family member is used with a possessive adjective. Each family member is also identified by a French name.
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This is a great packet to leave when you can't find a French-speaking substitute. There are pre-viewing, during-viewing, and post-viewing activities. For pre-viewing, students are given pictures of Kinshasa and Marly-Gomont and asked to compare
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This file has two different Mad Libs templates. Students can work alone by folding the page in half and filling in the required words, then unfolding the paper and plugging them into the story. Or, students can work with a partner by asking
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Use this activity with your family tree. There are four pictures of family members and prompts for students to write, "He/She is named...", "He/She is...", "He/she is wearing...", and "He/She likes..." Students can use creativity when responding to
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This handout offers pre-listening, listening, and post-listening activities to go with the video: QUELLE EST L'ORIGINE DU CARNAVAL, http://www.1jour1actu.com/info-animee/quelle-est-lorigine-du-carnaval/ This short, uncomplicated video tells
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This Power Point features colorful images of 30 different body parts. It is organized so that all of the masculine body parts are featured first and the feminine body parts follow. It correlates with the French Body Parts Notes Page. ALSO
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These cards are all G-rated for use in the classroom. I like to put my students in groups of four for this activity. They take turn asking the questions to the other students at their table: Would you rather have no eyebrows or one long eyebrow?
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Use this worksheet to practice conjugating AVOIR & ETRE and also to help students choose which verb to use in context. There are 25 original practice sentences on this handout.
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This two-page activity teaches students the dangers of using an online translator. It asks them to type sentences word-for-word into various translators to see how their results differ from the correct translation. It asks students to put song
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On this handout, students first read a short text about Évangéline and Gabriel, two lovers who were separated during the deportation of the Acadians. The verbs have been taken out of the text and students are asked to conjugate them in either the
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This 7 page packet covers everything students need to know about negative expressions. It is divided into the following sections with practice: Negatives in simple tenses Negatives in compound tenses Negatives with infinitives Special negatives
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This interpretive reading activity entitled, "Origines du Carnaval" comes from the site: http://www.momes.net/Fetes/Carnaval/Les-origines-du-carnaval There are many illustrations to help students understand the origins and traditions of this
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

16 Years

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach using a PROFICIENCY BASED approach using lesson plans based on the four modes of communication and ACTFL world language standards. My emphasis is on COMMUNICATION skills in levels 1 and 2 and communication with more emphasis on ACCURACY starting in level 3. I teach ALL levels of French so my products follow a logical sequence of skills and vocabulary from level 1-AP. Feel free to message me with requests. I have many AP activities and resources that align with the new AP French Language and Culture Course.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Board Certified in French, Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood AATF Dorothy Ludwig Excellence in Teaching Award Winner ISE Language Matters Award Winner Awarded multiple grants from the Bluegrass Community Foundation Awarded a World Language Art Integration Grant Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Earned Undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky with a major in French and English Earned Master's degree from the University of Kentucky in French and English Secondary Education

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am passionate about teaching French. I consider myself a life-long learner and I enjoy participating in professional development activities in the latest teaching methods in world languages. I have presented at local, regional, and national conferences and Best in Kentucky and All-Star Presentation awards at the Kentucky World Language Association conference and the Central States Conference. Visit my blog for some teacher humor, strategies, and freebies. http://madamedubaratin.edublogs.org/

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