This activity is designed to take place in 30 minutes or less. Students will be out of their seats speaking French to their classmates using savoir and connaitre to ask "Who's familiar with Louisville? Do you know the middle name of President
I was searching for a way to teach French adverbs and created this activity where students read tweets with particular adverbs, create a "tweet" in class on a sticky note (and tweet it on Twitter if they choose) and then search Twitter for tweets
French I or II level Imperative notes and; practice. Students read commands and infer rules with very short guided notes, progressing to practice.
Includes irregular commands etre aller avoir using Tweets to interpret verbs in context.
Have your students read real Tweets from francophones. 9 different regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs used in context.
For my lesson, I'm going to have students read and illustrate as many as they can in 30 minutes. We've been using passe compose
Have students read curated, clean tweets by native speakers. Easy exposure to authentic use of bon, meilleur, le meilleur in various gender and numbers, as well as bien, mal, mauvais, pire, etc. 3 short suggested activities that could serve as
Fifteen common irregular past participles in context - Tweets curated by me to assure they include appropriate language (in both the Twitter handle and the Tweet itself).
I'll have my students select 5 to illustrate, 5 to translate, and 5 to
The guided notes page clearly illustrates the relationship between imperfect and conditional. Students will be able to use the guided notes page to identify tenses found in French if,then statements in the format si present, futur and vice versa as