J'ai qui a chain game featuring pictures and vocab to do with le cinema. Great for reinforcing unit vocabulary and fun if you time the students (after giving them a round to "practice"). 28 'cards' = enough for a class of 28 or less (students can
Cut along the lines. Each person receives a card (I usually print on card stock). One person starts (I recommend this be the teacher) with "Je m'appelle Bob", then asks their question. Another person in the class will have the response and will
A weekly schedule including days of week, times of day and images to accompany. Students are able to use these schedules and have conversations about what they did/ will do (over the weekend, in Quebec, France) etc. I photocopy these so that each
This was used as a reading assessment for our introductions unit. Students have a box of questions / answers to choose from at the bottom and are instructed to write out the conversation in the speech bubbles in the correct order.
This set of pages includes 3 versions of "Bataille Navale" for the students to place in plastic sheet covers and use whiteboard markers to mark their ships / guess where their opponent's ships are located. One sheet has only numbers (lengths of time