Twenty-five useful classroom phrases and expressions that French students might need to say or hear in order to be successful in class. Posters are intended to print 8.5"x11" sheet of paper and in PDF format. Each poster includes a simple, brightly
This activity rehearses reading comprehension and writing skills in level 1 French students. It was designed for the middle school level, but may be applicable to slightly older or younger students.
Students are asked to read a letter from a French
A reading activity for beginning French students. This two-sided worksheet presents a simple letter from a fictional French teenager. Students are asked to first mark the text by looking for specific information to circle, underline and cross out.
This activity is for beginning French students who are learning to exchange basic personal information (name, nationality, hometown, feelings, greetings, numbers). By "speed dating" they will practice the basic tasks of simple conversation with a
This set of documents contains all the necessary components to lead guided notes about the past tense, or passe compose, with Avoir in French. Included is a one-page notes document for students with blanks to fill in, an answer key for the teacher
This activity is designed for beginning French students to work in small groups of 2-4 to practice reading and interpreting short printed conversations about items they own and whether or not they work (marcher). Included are 9 cards containing a
This worksheet can be used as a quick warm-up during the first few weeks of French 1 when teaching 4 basic nationalities (français, canadien, anglais, américain) or it can be used as a quiz. Students are asked to read the conversation and fill in
A complete guide to object pronouns in a clean and clear handout. Provides examples, word order and key verbs for mastering object pronouns in French all in one two-page worksheet. You can tailor the Word document to your needs by changing the
This activity challenges students to use their knowledge of French days of the week and time to solve a puzzle. Students are asked to read some information about when employees are scheduled to work and use it to create a weekly calendar of the
Great for a warmup during an entertainment unit or practice with a dictionary. Give students this handout with American film titles translated into French. Have students work alone or in groups to guess what the films are in English. An answer key
Three simple posters in French demonstrating Think-Pair-Share with the words "Pensez", "Partagez", "Presentez" and simple line drawings with a little touch of color. Perfect for showing beginning students how you want them to react to questions:
Students practice writing dates in the French shorthand style (ex. 25/5/2014). They also practice writing full sentences from dates that are written in French-style shorthand.
I used this as a warm-up but it would also make good quick homework
This product includes most of the pieces needed for an activity where students will interpret schedules from stores to compare to a day and time they visited to determine if the store is open or closed.
-Appointment Book PDF for
Here is a ready-to-print list of French names for males and females. The document is two pages, one page of male names and the other of female names. Let students express their French side by adopting a French name in class at the beginning of the
A cover for a French teacher's master binder with some French postmarks. The cover's title, subject and teacher name can be edited to suit your needs. I'm hoping to create some more binder pieces soon. Enjoy!
In order for me to make it editable,
This is a great short end of the year activity that I had the kids complete when they finished the final exam. It is applicable to any grade level and any subject. My students were 6th graders taking French. It helps the kids reflect on the year and