Included is a Powerpoint Presentation of 7 potential future situations (accompanied with images).
Students will read the phrase (silently) and decide whether this is something that will happen soon, eventually, in the distant future, or never. They
In this oral task, students are given five potential problems that could happen while travelling.
In partners, students discuss three different solutions for each problem using the futur simple.
This provides students with the opportunity to apply
Students apply their knowledge of the imparfait by keeping a childhood journal as an in-class independent writing activity.
Each day, students are given a new question in order to prompt a reflection on their childhood.
A journal template as well
Students apply their knowledge of direct object pronouns (le, la, les) to write three clues (short phrases) about a Christmas thing (an example is provided). In partners, students write three clues for a total of five different Christmas
Students apply their knowledge of direct object pronouns (le, la, les) to write three clues (short phrases) about spring thing (an example is provided). In partners, students write three clues for a total of five different Christmas things.
Get students writing, reading, speaking, and listening to understand in the past tense by playing "two truths and a lie".
This resource will guide you in your planning and implementation of the activity. There are two helpful support sheets that
This simple and relatable lesson on marketing will lead to a creative and engaging project for students to work on in groups.
1) PPT describing the 2 Cs and 4 Ps of marketing (with images, links to French ads provided in notes)
Teacher begins by leading students through a review of a list of basic personal questions (name, age, origin, preferences, etc). Students record both how to ask and respond to these questions on a reference sheet.
The teacher then plays music as a
Students gain an opportunity to practice future verb tenses (futur proche, futur simple) in this engaging and collaborative partner work.
This activity builds classroom community by encouraging students to think about the future of themselves,
In this short oral task, students exercise creativity by designing their own map that should be labelled with a list of key vocabulary words provided.
For the task, students work in partners to communicate important details about their drawing,
In this oral task, students apply their knowledge of the comparative to order objects from most important to least important.
Students engage in discussion with a partner to justify their opinions and come to a consensus.
There are teacher
These four resources will allow you to deliver an interactive and motivating lesson in which students work collaboratively to apply their knowledge of creating an enterprise and then present to the class.
There is a vocabulary sheet (student and