French Prepositions Teacher Resources
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Students identify locations in a picture in French. In this French preposition language lesson plan, students use French prepositional phrases in questions about the picture. Students build sentences to answer the questions using the French prepositional phrases.
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!
How many different hobbies can you name in French? Using this question, French classes are asked to list as many hobbies as they can. Although the activities themselves are not included in this teacher guide, you could create them yourself using the descriptions. There are two game choices worth looking at. The most interesting one has learners guess the names of sports and hobbies based on a who am I? game where only yes-or-no answers are permitted.
Avez-vous une sorci dans la cuisine? Cut out these cards and play go-fish with your French learners! Practice adjectives, prepositions, and Halloween vocabulary. So fun!
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!
This French IV-V lesson addresses European integration into the European Union. French language learners research, discuss, and present in the target language. Online research, discussion, and presentations will take approximately 5-7 hours. Presenters must include a one-page country profile, their nation's puzzle piece for the outline map, and 10 trivia questions for a developing board game.
Clarify the difference between there is and there are with a worksheet that features both grammar and vocabulary activities. It also covers prepositions (by and on), comparative adjectives, and finding the opposites of other adjectives.
In this present continuous worksheet, students put the correct tense of the verbs in sentences, put prepositions in sentences, use must or mustn't in sentences, and more. Students complete 7 activities.
Ding! The bell just went off, and your class is already knee-deep in reviewing prepositional phrases thanks to this PowerPoint. Twenty-six slides cover 25 preposition activities, and a final slide shows a list of prepositions learners should memorize. Answers are not included, but having a month's worth of bell ringers at your fingertips is amazing!
Students use the internet to research facts about the members of the European Union. In groups, they use their information to develop a presentation and a fact sheet. They must identify the positives and negatives of their European country joining the EU.
Follow the monkey and learn your prepositions! This is such a great way to illustrate new vocabulary. Learners review the French words sous, sur, à coté de, devant, derrière, entre, au-dessus de, and au-dessous de. There's a short exercise that follows. You can't go wrong with this resource!
Fifth graders are exposed to French vocabulary by identifying objects in the classroom. In this 5-day Foreign Language lesson plan, 5th graders practice vocabulary orally during the week using flashcards and have a quiz at the end of the week.
Secondary learners will study reduction principles in order to apply them to sentence structure. By going over phrases, clauses, adverbs, and adjectives, students learn and apply the concepts. Also included is an independent practice exercise and answer key. Tip: Break this into two days if time is limited.
Students read an article about protests in France. They complete vocabulary exercises and comprehension activities. They take a quiz, complete worksheets and discuss a timeline of protest movements in France.
Although this learning exercise claims to focus on expressing future time, it seems that it really focuses on preposition and word choice. Six multiple-choice questions are presented here; your learner must select which sentence (out of four) correctly describes the small picture shown on the left.
Researchers say that we need to hear and see new language 12 times before we remember it! Here's a plan that details a series of games that can be used as memory exercises. Bingo, Noughts and Crosses, Pelmanism, and repetitive speaking are but a few of the games, exercises, and memory techniques included.
Students examine the impact of hurricanes on people and government agencies. They describe the current weather, explore various websites, read and discuss articles, complete a crossword puzzle, and complete a media comparison chart.
In this categorizing activity, students read 10 questions regarding a wide range of topics and identify the answers in each that are not correct.
Grammar rules are not always clear so use this presentation to provide your students with examples, context, and definitions for using pronouns correctly. Topics covered are plural and singular antecedents, plural and singular pronouns, indefinite pronouns, and conjunctions.