Print double-sided for best results...Students pair up, one with Map 1 and one with Map 2, and find out the weather in the cities their partner has the information for. Not only are they speaking and asking questions, but they're also familiarizing
All the material I use for a vocab lesson on school subjects with my French Ones.
**Vocab PPT and student sheet with blanks to fill in; also included a labeled student sheet
**Hear-Say activity: print on cardstock and cut in half lengthwise.
Mix and mingle activity to get students talking. Cut apart the food cards and give one to each student. Students will then mingle with their classmates, asking which food items each one has, until they have filled in all the blanks on their survey
PowerPoint presentation to introduce basic weather expressions. Suitable for middle school or high school. Matching hand-out in my store. I used a randomizing macro to use it as flashcards for daily warm-up/review.
Cut the city cards apart and pass out one to each student, along with a chart. Students ask each other what Francophone city they "live" in and what the weather's like there. City cards include one set with single weather and one set with double.