Use these easy to set up stations to review French 2 in the Fall or French 1 at the end of the year. These require minimal set-up and I have students form small groups and rotate through each station for about 10 minutes. We do this over a couple
These are categories with sample phrases to help aid impromptu conversations especially in AP French class - but I also use them in Pre-AP 3. These include categories such as: Whatever, Oh Well, Are you Serious?, Ways to Keep Going & Fill the
Created for Pre-AP 2 or 3 level as an introduction to assigned francophone countries. Includes detailed lesson plan and rubric. Students must complete guided questions in French for use on their short presentations. This is done as an
PowerPoint project that includes a written and a spoken presentation component. Students must explain their ideal boyfriend/girlfriend or best friend requirements using various Subjunctive phrases. They then create a PowerPoint and must present to
This is similar to a Science Fair project - students choose high-interest topics that have to do with the theme "Global Issues" (or any theme) and follow specific guidelines and due dates. This culminates in a Science Fair presentation for the rest
This includes charts to help organize the essay beforehand including space for the 3 sources and differing viewpoints as well as hints on how to organize, intro, thesis, conclusions etc.. all in French.
This is an assignment in French to accompany the film. Includes a list of slang common to the Nord-pas-de-Calais region and reflection questions in target language, as well as sites that provide audio examples of the language des Ch'ti's and higher
Typed out lyrics with fill-in the blanks for subjunctive verbs. Also, two pages of activities based on the song. Students must then find the subjunctives and put them in infinitive, translate some passages, and answer some comprehension questions
I used this in Honors FR 3/AP - défis mondiaux/quête de soi/famille et communauté
Link to a Canadian comic strip about Refugees with French text. Students must answer guided questions en français. There is then a reaction/summary and a brief
Students will translate part of a chapter in the French version of Harry Potter et la Chambre des Secrets. This includes a list of activities and is a group project but could be tweaked to be individual work.
Using passé composé & imparfait, students answer guided questions to create a funny obituary, real or imagined. We then do a final draft on tombstone-shaped heavy stock. I use this at the beginning of the year in level 3 to review p.c. vs
This is a listening comprehension activity based on an audiolingua dialogue "Maud: Je fume" -- it is 2 pages long and includes a bingo activity, matching, fill in the blank, and questions in French based on the entire selection. You can find the
This is a webquest for the on-line site of Officiel des Spectacles wherein students navigate the site, pick times and dates of events they're interested in, obtain costs etc.. to plan their night out in Paris.
These are French language activities to accompany the first 40 minutes of the film. There is a short vocab list, list of characters, and in-depth, higher level reflection questions based on the film as well as a bit on comparative vs. superlative