This packet includes a choice board and all the activities on it for students to complete while reading Pauvre Anne. There is a wide variety of activities from graphic organizers to written activities.
These are my detailed notes I give students when teaching object pronouns. I have created word order "formulas" that I use to teach the pronouns and have found them to be very useful for students. The information for double object pronoun placement
This download includes notes in English with example sentences on qui, que, dont, ce qui, ce que, & ce dont. There is also two practice exercises and an answer key. I typed these notes and exercises to go along with teaching relative pronouns in
Speed dating is a super fun way to get your language class talking! Students get to create a new persona and participate in speed dating. Students will be talking in the target language this entire activity and the preparation for the event
Tic-Tac-Toe or "Morpion" is a fun partner activity for reviewing. This file has 3 game boards of verbs for the students to conjugate the verb in the past tense correctly before marking their X or O. All the verbs on this game use avoir in the past
This download includes a vocab list I created from the book "Crime sur la Cote d'Azur" and a matching vocab quiz. The vocab list is in French and the column for English is blank for students to fill in.
I don't think the vocab lists Bon Voyage provides are thorough enough for what students need. So for each chapter section I go through every reading and exercise and add in all the words I think my students need in addition to the tiny list the
This exercise is great for a hands on review of double object pronoun replacement and the word order. Instead of students answering questions with paper and pencil they get to piece together the sentence which some how is more fun to them. If
Tic Tac Toe (or "Morpion" in French)is a great partner review game/activity. Students can practice their reflexive verbs in a more fun way since they're competing against a partner. While they're in pairs working on this it frees up the teacher to
"Roll the Die" is a partner activity I have students do for a quick review of a new verb form. I bought a bunch of dice for the dollar store to use for this and each number of dots represents a different subject pronoun 1 dot= Je, 2 dots= Tu, etc.).