This worksheet is a great "first week of school" activity for students to familiarize themselves with your classroom, your routines, the basics of using a French-English dictionary, and more. Some information will need to be changed to match your
I love this template! I use it every week for every class. I print out one for each 2-week period for each class period, and keep them all in a binder. I find it is much more useful than any plan book I've found in teacher stores.
A PowerPoint presentation with information about how the French celebrate Halloween and Toussaint, including my own pictures taken from a trip to Pere Lachaise cemetery, and instructions for a diamante Halloween poem at the end.
Small cards to cut out and use for a game of Taboo, to be played with the whole class or in smaller groups. I use these in my Circumlocution lesson, with the Circumlocution worksheet and PowerPoint, to give my upper immersion level students
Meant to accompany the Basic Expressions for French Class notes, this is an assignment that students can fill out to show understanding of the expressions learned in class. A good in-class activity during the first week of school, or to be used as
A good back-to-school activity for intermediate to upper-level French students!
With this worksheet, students will move around the class and ask their classmates questions in French in order to meet as many of their classmates as they can and find
A permission slip to get signed by parents at the beginning of the year allowing students to watch PG/PG-13 foreign films and informing parents that videos of students taken in class (for projects, etc.) will not be distributed.
With this worksheet, students will move around the class and ask their classmates questions in French in order to meet as many of their classmates as they can. This sheet includes simple phrases covered in lower level French classes and encourages