Students will learn about the different ways the French greet each other compared to Americans.
Students will also learn about the background behind French, Canadian and African names.
Students will also learn how to read a shield ; what it tells
Fun with the partitive and food!
Students will compare different types of hot dogs around the USA and then create a hot dog that the French might enjoy. They use the partitive to tell what is on their creation. This may be a written or oral
Use the power point to review foods. Students list the toppings in French that they see for each slide.
Use the worksheet for the students to tie food concepts to the Francophone countries.
Students will have to look up the information on foods
Need something new and different for your second years to review ser, adjectives and gustar?
This power point uses Aztec culture and Mexican street art to get students thinking about description .
Final is a mini project in which the students
Hate teaching grammar but need to teach the concept? This power point includes a quick how to do and a mini project for presentation or written assessment. Students will need to do some light research on cultural foods.
A getting to know you activity that involves using French culture to create their own coat of arms.
Students may present these to the class as a getting to know you activity.
Fun activity to do for back to school night.
Vocabulary: Fruit, Vegetable and Parts of the Face.
Use power point to introduce Italian art using vocabulary.
Students use the template to create their own fruit/vegetable face in the target language.
This may be a speaking or writing activity.
Power point explaining the popular Mayan symbols. Students then use these symbols to depict how they are going to attack Spanish this year. All these pennants the students create can be a way to introduce themselves to the class or group. All the
Teaching students about the differences and the forms.
This power point makes references to the popular game show "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader".
Students use the knowledge to tell about what people know how to do and who they know.
Students use the preterit tense to ask a partner questions about the holiday. The partner then uses that information to create a "face painting" of them.
Skills: Communication and cultural.
Students use the irregular preterits to ask a partner questions. The student then uses the information to create a unique "ugly" sweater for the holidays. The product uses grammar,speaking and listening as well as reading skills. A fun "break"