This is a PPT with 53 slides, designed like the Jeopardy game. It has five levels and it focuses on 5 information question words (où, quand, comment, pourquoi, à quelle here).
Just like with Jeopardy, the "questions" are actually in sentence
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with the passé composé and the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking past tense questions of their classmates. I use this to have students practice asking questions and require them to get
This PowerPoint has 33 slides and can be used to teach agreement of irregular French adjectives or to practice/review. There is a chart of common irregular adjective endings and then 30 slides; each slide has an emoticon and a very short sentence
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with est-ce que questions and the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking present tense est-ce que questions of their classmates. I use this to have students practice asking questions and
This game, Qui Veut Etre Riche, is played like Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. There are 20 slides with animations to show the answers. I play this in teams and use classroom buzzers so that students 'ring in' when they want to answer.
This is a one-page document where I put my college students into groups and then have them use their tablets or computers to research the answers. I usually have each group take 3-4 sentences and then after, they write their superlative sentences
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with avoir idioms and the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking present tense questions using common Avoir expressions such as: avoir faim, avoid besoin de, etc) of their classmates. I
This is a short activity I use with my college students. I put them into groups, have them research the answers using their mobile devices, and then write their answers on the board. You can have each group do all of the questions or you can
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with information questions (quand, où, comment, à quelle heure, etc) and the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking present tense information questions of their classmates. I use this to
This is a PPT with 10 slides in which teachers can practice the prepositions and contractions (a, au, aux, de de la, du, des). Each slide has an image or two along with a question posed to the students. Clicking brings up a possible answer, along
This is an excel spreadsheet with five separate Bingo activities. Each sheet has a 5x5 Bingo card with a free middle square. The topics for each sheet are: yes/no questions, avoir idioms, est-ce que questions, passé composé verbs with Avoir, and
This is a supplemental sheet to help students reinforce adjective agreement. There are 12 sentences with a word bank, but students must choose the correct adjective while changing it to agree in number/gender.
I actually use it with my college
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with questions based on prepositional contractions (au, aux, des, du, de la, etc) and the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking present tense questions of their classmates and/or to
This enhanced podcast runs approximately 4:46. An enhanced podcast is one with both sound and images. It briefly introduces epic poetry, an epic hero and it introduces the main characters (Beowulf, Hrothgar, and Grendel). It also gives a very
This is a 5x5 Bingo card with a yes/no question per square - the middle square is free. You may use this to give students practice asking yes/no questions of their classmates. I use this to have students practice asking questions and require them
This is a PowerPoint presentation primarily to practice and reinforce numbers and clothing. There are 20 slides with images of clothing or other vocabulary. With each slide, click once to have the name of the clothing or object fly it. A second
This enhanced podcast is an introduction to dangling/misplaced modifiers. It is not meant to teach the subject; instead, it's intention is to get the students' attention and introduce the topic. The file is saved both as .m4a and .mov and can be
This is a Family Tree template in which students can practice French family vocabulary. Presently, this has boxes for the student, his parents, grand parents and great grandparents. This can easily be modified to add aunts, uncles, cousins. I