I've redone the wonderful sentence puzzle from http://laclassedelaurene.blogspot.fr/2010/04/jeu-pour-apprendre-construire-une.html
Things I've changed:
-lowercase with capitals at the start of the sentence
-changed some words for the Canadian
Freebie of French sentence starters for a writing center. I have students use a dictionary to finish the sentences. They are encourage to write their own sentences with or without the cards.
I've created an additional package with 30 more cards
French Reading Workbook
Could be used:
-in small group
-modeled as a class
-as a home reading log
-independent reading/writing time
There are different activities, and I had them complete one for each book:
I use this weekly schedule 8x14" print out for my planning. It's currently in French but easily formatted. I just play around with the cell merging/splitting and border removal adding to change cells as needed.
A teacher gave me a similar model my
10 pages (30 total sentence prompts).
My first set of sentence starters are here.
I use these at a writing center to help students with simple ideas for sentences. They use their dictionary or the word wall to find words to add to the end of the
Nothing fancy, but three pages:
1. Chart with some physical descriptions and an image to label at the bottom.
2. A modeled 'Guess Who'/'Qui est-ce' which culminates in them presenting orally for the class to guess.
3. A sheet to fill out