French Grammar Teacher Resources
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Culinary Culture: French Grammar
Review the conditional form and French articles while talking about French cuisine. Learners complete sentences with the correct article or verb in the conditional tense. There's also an exercise that requires learners to know the various verb forms that can be used with si + le conditionel.
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Cocorico! Wake up your pupils' French with a well-known story. The story, provided in both English and French, is designed to build fluency and help kids progress quickly in French.
Answer Key: The Family French Grammar Worksheet
Technically, this is the answer key for another activity reviewing family-related French vocabulary. If you can't access the activity itself, simply print this answer guide, white out the answers (shown in red font), and give your class this two-page packet.
The Family Lesson Plan: French Grammar
Qui est Thomas? Oú est-it? Beginning French speakers review the words qui, oú, and comment to form questions. They practice writing and asking questions, and the final exercise has them match the questions with their answers. Help your learners master these question words!
The Family: French Grammar
Review possessive pronouns and adjectives with your intermediate and advanced French speakers. They complete four exercises to help them recall the appropriate possessives. All sentences relate to the family and family-related vocabulary.
House Lesson Plan: French Grammar Worksheet
How do you formulate questions in French? This grammar worksheet focuses on basic question words as well as the words est, a, and il y a. There are five short exercises to help your intermediate French speakers build familiarity with the material.
French Grammar: Hobbies
Incorporate grammar into your lesson on hobbies in French. This two-page worksheet has learners review basic articles, prepositions, and the past tense. A great way to review grammar and sports-related vocabulary!
Say It in French
Eleventh and twelfth graders research and create language-immersion Web-based presentations. They choose a particular theme (family, travel, etc.) to create a webpage on the Internet. They are given a rubric to check their grammar and structure against. While a website is given to help in the creation of student webpages, I don't think it's free (as it once was).
General Grammar Exam
In this online interactive grammar skills worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions regarding general vocabulary and grammar skills. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Les contes explicatifs
Students read short stories and legends from the Contes et legendes du monde francophone reader. They read the story on the Internet and follow the links to information on Gabon . They relate the stories in their own words in French and act out the stories to show comprehension of the differences between them.
Students demonstrate their understanding of French text by correctly filling in a chart, and by responding to questions. They demonstrate an understanding of French adjectives by using appropriate written forms of adjectives when describing a partner's handwriting.
Oú est la cuisine? Several activities are suggested here to develop and further vocabulary acquisition for your beginning French speakers. They draw pictures of different rooms in a house and place objects around the room. Then, using prepositions, they describe where the objects are located. There is a series of questions and answers for partner pairs to practice, and there are websites with additional materials. Great activities to create or supplement your unit!
BBC Learning English, Grammar (Error Correction)
In this grammar worksheet, learners correct mistakes in the ten sentences provided. The number of mistakes in each sentence is provided.
Fundamentals of English Grammar-- Final Examination
In this grammar examination worksheet, students complete a 40 question multiple choice test. Included are questions on word usage and error correction. Note: There is the name of a professor at the top of the exam.
French Phrases: Ways to Ask
If you're teaching interrogatives in French, this 10-question worksheet may be useful. It asks class members to translate the French phrases into English. An example phrase is, je voudrais.
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.
“Double Double Speak Speak”
Bilateral suborbital hematoma? Call an audible? 404? Have fun with “the twittering or warbling of birds,” or as 14th century French speakers would say, have fun with “jargon.” Groups match specialized jargon with plain speech, decode elevated jargon (Coruscate, coruscate, minuscule nuclear explosion/How I ponder the nature of your existence) or translate song lyrics into standard English. The final discussion focuses on the advantages of using slang or jargon.
Expressing a Condition with "If"
Have your French classes mastered the conditional tense? This worksheet contains four exercises to help assess the current level of your pupils. They review what other tenses the conditional can be used with in a sentence, identify which sentences should use the present conditional or the past conditional, and they conjugate different verbs in the target tense. A great review!
Welcome to the café! Introduce beginning French speakers to food-related vocabulary and using the conditional tense to place an order. This plan gets your kids up and moving. They look at French menus, identify quantity expressions (like de la and du), and then play a game using their new vocabulary words. There's also a fun role-play activity that has learners step into the place of a presenter on a TV cooking show.
Les Métiers (Jobs and Professions)
Work a few of these activities into your unit on jobs and professions for beginning French speakers. This teacher's guide focuses on feminine and masculine word endings, and introduces the teacher to different opportunities for oral practice. Example dialogues are included.