This provides very clear instructions that a student would follow to create a project about any of Paris' monuments. It includes a written (in English but could be changed) and visual portion. The student acts as a tour guide of that monument.
This is instructions and a rubric for a student project associated with Le Petit Prince. The students are asked to create an 8th planet for him to visit, draw the planet, and explain. The rubric is very detailed and in French.
This project has students explore the new 13 regions of France. They learn the capital, food, old regions, land, and other things. They then make a slide presentation for the rest of the class. There is a chart and a map for the other students to
This SmartBoard Notebook takes students step-by-step how to form present tense indicative -er verbs. This is done entirely in the target language (no English, etc) through the use of math symbols and pictures. verbs used include but are not limited
This is requirements for a project in which students research one of the castles of the Loire Valley and then make a Prezi that other students then look at. Could easily be modified to make a PowerPoint or other type of presentation mode.
This PDF walks students through the different subject pronouns. Could be used for French or English. It then provides the conjugations of être, a song, and individual practice website links.
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This is a French speaking-practice activity that combines time and reflexive verbs. Students are to go around the room and find out when their classmates do the given activity and write it in the given chart. The teacher can then do extension
Students are practicing both French culture and body parts through the use of idioms. They are given an idiom that they are to literally draw and then make a guess as to what it could mean. They are then given the actual answer.