French Future Simple Tense Teacher Resources
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Help your Francophiles master the futur simple tense. There are five exercises provided here that require the writer to conjugate words in the target tense and create sentences in the future.
This teacher guide provides several ideas for how to structure a unit on the futur simple. Start by having your class read the short passage provided about Google. As they read, pupils should categorize verbs by type to highlight verbs used in the future tense. While a few different activities are suggested, consider using the fortune-teller to engage your class. It's simple: pair kids up; one acts as the fortune-teller, and one acts as the client. Obviously both the questions and the answers will be in the future tense!
When do you use the future tense? Give your intermediate French speakers this two-page packet to help them master the future tense. They complete fill-in-th- blank sentences, identify whether a series of sentences should use le futur simple or le futur proche, and then they write sentences using both tenses.
Before presenting the material to your classes, review different constructions of the conditional tense. This teacher's guide provides several examples and role-play opportunities with your class. Dialogue to build familiarity with the verb tense and oral fluency!
In this verb tense worksheet, students analyze the difference between present simple and continuous tenses by identifying the clue words, filling in the verbs in a given sentence and writing 4 original sentences in these tenses.
In this recognizing verb usage worksheet, students use context clues to fill in the blanks and complete sentences with verbs in the future perfect simple or continuous tenses and then create additional sentences. Students write 19 answers.
Students investigate the concept of Haitian Creole. They first fill out a worksheet asking for prior knowledge. Then students compare and contrast the languages of English, French, and Haitian Creole. They define Creole and discuss its use in modern society.
In this passive voice instructional activity, students change the sentences given to them to be in the passive voice in the simple future tense. Students complete 10 sentences total.
In this present perfect and simple past tense activity, 7th graders interactively select the correct word to complete 16 sentences, then select the sentences with the correct usage, with immediate online feedback.
Young scholars study the French sculptors of the 19th century. In this art history lesson, students study French sculptures of the 19th century. This lesson includes a discussion of the different artistic movements and is meant to be used with an accompanying visit to the Musee d'Orsay in France.
Students discuss and analyze the differences between the present perfect simple and present perfect continuous forms from a clear context and develop the skill of noticing word stress, weak forms of auxiliaries.
Est-ce que ton animal grand ou petit? Pair up your beginning French speakers for a game of Pet Guess Who! Using pet advertisements from newspapers or the Internet, pairs try to guess what kind of animal their partner has. Also, use the list of pet vocabulary provided to create a PowerPoint to introduce your class to the new vocabulary terms. A grammar worksheet is also attached, but these exercises might be too advanced for a beginning class.
Young scholars use correct English to give an oral report on the pyramids of Egypt. They focus on correctly using the past tense to describe history.
In this future perfect simple and continuous tense worksheet, students complete each sentence by adding a verb in either the future perfect simple or continuous tense.
Students study the importance of the Storyteller in ancient times as well as in modern times. They realize that this is an art essential to the development and evolution of the mind and that today more than ever we need to rely on Storytelling to fight the mental passivity resulting from the use and abuse of TV.
Eleventh graders brainstorm controversial themes of Spanish-speaking countries. They read articles written in Spanish. They discuss the articles, practicing their Spanish speaking skills. Students conduct research and design a presentation about one of the themes from above.
Eighth graders work in collaborative groups to research a country of their choosing. Groups use the internet to their country and plan a trip to that location. Students complete a multi-media presentation of their country, following a given outline. They present travel arrangements to visit their country.
In this reported speech worksheeet, students note the difference between reported speech and quoted speech. Rules for tense usage are also given.
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.
Students create a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel to use as a study aid for verb endings and conjugations in Latin. They convert the whole paro system to the moneo system using the active and passive, indicative and subjunctive, present, future, imperfect, perfect, future perfect and pluperfect tenses.