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Students use the poem "Le Cameleon" to increase his/her French vocabulary in previously learned categories. They are introduced to use of certain verbs in the command form. They learn to creatively write in French following the pattern of the poem.
Learners investigate the cave paintings of France. They explore various websites, recite and discuss french vocabulary terms, create a painted cave wall, and view and discuss images of French cave paintings.
Middle and high school pupils write about three scenarios using the proper French vocabulary. They develop a fashion show, a clothing store, and a crime scene using only French vocabulary. They draw and label five outfits and present a fashion show. They do the same for the clothing store scenario, and they perform the crime scene using French oral language.
Students research and write a report about a French-speaking country and present their research to classmates. They create a persuasive advertising brochure promoting one specific country as the best tourist destination.
For this foreign language worksheet, students look for the words that are French vocabulary words and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
For this French vocabulary worksheet, students write the French word for the color of each animal. Students label 5 animals with their French colors.
Students discover French language vocabulary. In this French language lesson, students create a harvest soup and sing a French song.
Review basic French vocabulary with the Simpson family! Each of the 14 slides is easy to read, providing manageable text amounts for beginning French speakers. Vocabulary words such as mère, père, and frère are included. Do some choral reading to practice pronunciation with your class.
Pictures are missing from this vocabulary-based PowerPoint! Add some pictures of different family members to help your beginning French language learners remember the new vocabulary. As of right now, this presentation just lists the French vocabulary terms and their English translations. Add pictures and a practice opportunity to use it in your classroom.
Students participate in contrived conversation in French to determine preferences for known food items.
Create a Tour de France for your French speakers! The class breaks into teams, chooses a country to represent, and takes turns participating in fun games and challenges. They review vocabulary, what they know about francophone countries, and work together to win the medal! Several activities are provided here, and you could easily add more of your own if you want to tailor the activities to what your class is currently learning.
Here's a very well organized lesson plan on learning the terminology of ballet. Learn the names of some basic positions, and how to perform them. Learn the names, which happen to be in French, of basic movements in ballet. Not only are the words introduced, but so is how to actually do the movement or pose that the term refers to. Make sure to review how to pronounce the words correctly before saying them to the class.
Play a game! In groups, learners try to brainstorm as many examples as possible for each of six parts of speech. Then, independently, learners create a presentation about a particular part of speech of their choosing. Unfortunately, while the activity is outlined, the links to the rubric and assessment sheets are no longer functioning.
Learners compare and contrast the story setting with the present day. They then draw or match drawings of objects and classify them as to time period of past or present and participate in oral discussion about the parts of the book.
Learners explore international trade and foreign exchange markets. In this Economics lesson, students explore the nature and history of international trade and examine the nature of imports and exports. Learners convert between U.S. dollars and Euros.
Technically, this is the answer key for another worksheet reviewing family-related French vocabulary. If you can't access the worksheet itself, simply print this answer guide, white out the answers (shown in red font), and give your class this two-page packet.
Fourth graders identify different French products and the materials used to create them. They compare the French products to those that are made in America in order to show the differences in the two cultures.
Young scholars investigate the life of early man as depicted in the cave art in Lascaux and Chauvet in southwestern France. They use a variety of activities in an attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding the discovery.
Students determine the names for classroom objects in French using various TPR strategies. They locate objects named in French and play classroom object Bingo, recalling the words on each card in French.
First graders speak French and explore how to ask and tell the time of day.