Students get to practice regular -ER verb conjugations in a creative way as they complete a color by verb. They will choose a color for each French subject and then create their own abstract artwork by coloring the conjugations that match the
This vocabulary organizer includes sports, hobbies, seasons, and months and well as conversational phrases for asking and responding about interests and when one does certain activities. The vocabulary aligns with the first half of chapter 5 in the
Students get to practice regular -IR verb conjugations in a creative way as they complete a color by verb. They will choose a color for each French subject and then create their own abstract artwork by coloring the conjugations that match the
Students will engage in an authentic and interactive speaking opportunity with this classmate bingo activity. They are able to move about the room to ask and respond about their likes/dislikes in the target language. Scaffolding is provided by
This vocabulary organizer includes vocabulary from the first half chapter 2 in the red Bien Dit! 1 book. Vocabulary includes activities related to likes and dislikes. I have included additional vocabulary relating to smartphones, such as "to snap
This vocabulary organizer aligns with chapter 3 in the red Bien Dit! book. Vocabulary includes adjectives and several phrases for asking about/describing another person.
Students will be able to better retain their French vocabulary with a more
This vocabulary organizer includes locations, weather and conversational phrases for making plans and asking about someone else's plans. The vocabulary aligns with the second half of chapter 5 in the red Bien Dit! level one book.
Students will be
Students will have fun learning French adjectives looking at pictures of cats!
This vocabulary lesson aligns with Chapter 3 of the red Bien Dit! 1 book and allows students to be able to ask about and describe other people. The adjectives are
This vocabulary organizer includes classroom objects as well as useful classroom commands and questions.The vocabulary aligns with the second half of chapter 1 in the red Bien Dit! level one book.
Students will be able to better retain their
This 10 question handout accompanies a Rick Steve's video showcasing Parisian culture, history, and landmarks. The link for the 23 minute video is included. This video and activity are great for introducing beginning French students to the
This prezi is aligned with the vocab in Bien Dit! 1 Chapter 1B. It introduces classroom objects one word at a time with pictures and appropriate indefinite articles. The presentation can be edited and it can also be shared with students. My students
This worksheet/organizer allows students to practice school related vocabulary, such as subjects, supplies, schedule, and opinions of particular classes. Être and adjectives are also an area of review as the backside of the worksheet prompts
This graphic organizer will provide scaffolding for students learning how to tell time in French. It is an excellent resource for students to keep and refer back to and will help them better understand time and retain the vocabulary for telling
This "Go Fish" card game is perfect for practicing school subjects in French. The set includes 28 cards (14 with images and 14 with the associated vocabulary words). One set works well for 2-3 students and gives them the opportunity to authentically
Do you want your students to reflect on their growth in foreign language? This mid-semester progress report allows them to:
- Assess individual skills in the target language: listening, speaking, reading, writing, vocabulary acquisition,
Fill in the pigs with unit vocabulary. Students will pair up and race to put their finger on the pig reading the indicated vocabulary word. The teacher can either say the word in English and have the students find the French/Spanish word on the
Included are two versions of a vocabulary quiz for the second half of Chapter 1 of the first Bien Dit! book. There are 10 classroom related vocabulary pictures that the students must label in French including their appropriate indefinite articles. A
This organizer included vocabulary related to introductions/greetings in French. It aligns with the first chapter of the Bien Dit! 1 book.
Students will be able to better retain their French vocabulary with a more structured, but less conventional