Students will learn about the French-speaking world and traveling vocabulary with this 5-part project: le passeport, la valise, la brochure, la publicité et la carte postale. Included are directions for each assignment as well as a rubric. Bon
Have students practice adjective placement and agreement in French while describing beloved characters from the Wizard of Oz! They can then test their own mastery by describing Toto using the specific adjectives provided.
Students will read the first chapter of the beloved story "Le Petit Prince" and will explore the language used in the story to figure out how to conjugate regular verbs (-er, -ir, and -re) in the passé composé. There are also reading comprehension
Students will review le vocabulaire de la famille by filling in the names on a family tree (un arbre généalogique) based on clues written in French. I have also provided an activity for early finishers--quatre descriptions des familles des
Students will work in collaborative groups to solve a logic puzzle describing current and future plans in French based on clues written in French. Once solved, they will then practice conjugating verbs in both the present tense and futur proche to
Make sure no student forgets BAGS adjectives in French by creating a project with all of the adjectives on a paper bag! Students will design all four sides of the paper bag with all four categories and will include all of the forms of each adjective
Students review regular, irregular, and invariable adjectives in French through the lens of the story "Belle et la Bête" written to include all of the adjectives in their notes. The story also includes questions to review question words, physical
Students will practice describing physical appearance and general character traits with this magical Harry Potter-themed activity! Play the theme song in the background of your lesson for even more fun!
Students will identify the use of BAGS adjectives in this fun Là-haut ("Up")-themed activity. After reading the synopsis of Carl and Ellie's relationship, they will record examples of the uses of the bolded BAGS adjectives in a neatly-organized
Students solve a murder mystery in French in the style of CLUEDO. They must figure out the following information based on the clues provided: Qui - Comment - Avec Quoi - Où - Pourquoi. It is a fun group activity that promotes critical thinking! I
Students will explore the various forms of BAGS adjectives as they appear in context in l'histoire de Blanche Neige. This activity is designed for group work: each group can be assigned an adjective and is required to fill in the adjective's table
Let students "book" the dream vacation to Paris they have been begging you for at the beginning and end of each French class! After teaching the date, time, and money, students can "book" flights, hotels, and tickets by exploring actual French
Students will have fun describing the house/apartment of their favorite TV show. They will label the floor plan, describe the layout of the space, describe the various activities completed there, and even the chores that need to be done afterwards!
Have your students experience what it was like for pioneers on the Oregon Trail by playing through this simulation! Make multiple copies of the role cards and the "bail out" cards depending upon the size of your class. Follow up with a writing