French Pronunciation Teacher Resources
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Students develop English language skills in reading, writing and word pronunciation. In this ESL lesson, students complete several activities to improve their English language skills and to develop as independent learners.
Students replace the body part words in the tune The Hokey Pokey with the same body part words in other languages. They learn the vocabulary more readily because of the connection to music.
Want to build your class' vocabulary through a fun learning game? In this activity learners explore new words and their meanings and usages using Word Attack 3 computer software. They unscramble words, develop vocabulary words, navigate word mazes, and cumulate records of their work to evaluate their individual progress.
In this French worksheet, students will focus on various activities. Students will study ten pictures and draw a line to the corresponding words shown in each photo.
In this French worksheet, students will read 8 questions. Students will respond to each multiple choice questions the best completes the answer.
Eighth graders read a nonfiction passage taken from the newspaper. They summarize information. Students use a graphic organizer to find main ideas and supporting details. They practice test taking strategies. Students look at the passages about Black History Month.
Eighth graders are read aloud the material contained within the packet and discuss as a class. They then read a non-fiction passage and practice vocabulary, comprehension, and test-taking strategies.
World Literature lesson plans for high school students can lead to a greater cultural awareness and appreciation of literature.
An overview of the development of English as a global language fills out these slides. Beginning with statistics regarding how much of the world speaks English and to what capacity, a brief history is then given mostly pertaining to WWII and the spread of American English. Interesting points are made, though some references are not explained. Use in addition to a conversation about globalized English and language development.
Twelfth graders distinguish between terminology related to Islam and Muslims. They explain how regions are defined and the types and organization of regional systems. They identify human and physical changes in regions and the factors that contribute to those changes.
Fifth graders develop vocabulary through the study of the American Revolution.
Jacque’s soliloquy from Act II, scene ii of As You Like It is the stage for a close reading exercise that enables readers to practice reading comprehension and analytical skills. Learners are given a copy of the speech formatted into three columns: the first column contains the text, the second vocabulary words, the third leaves room for notes and observations. Step-by-step directions are included in the teaching guide.
Middle schoolers learn some key words and phrases from the Malagasy language of Madagascar. Two game-type activities are described in the plan where players race to find the Malagasy word that corresponds to its English language counterpart. The games are easy to play and should be enjoyable for the class. A writing activity is assigned for homework which invites learners to use the new language in a friendly letter.
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.
Zoom in on a few parts of speech to strengthen and deepen understanding. Pupils examine nouns, articles, adjectives, and conjunctions in closer detail, looking at more complex grammatical situations. In addition to the informational page are three presentations, one each for nouns, articles, and adjectives. Spanish learners can find out how much they've learned with the exercises embedded in the presentations.
How do I get to school? Review basic signal vocabulary with your beginning French language learners. Fifteen vocabulary phrases are shown. Examples include: il ne faut pas entrer and il faut aller tout doit. All of the phrases include either il faut que or il ne faut pas. Encourage your class to read them aloud to practice pronunciation. No other practice opportunity is given.
Children, based on a set of criteria, evaluate the quality of pecans. They research recorded history of pecan trees as well as how their seeds moved across western Missouri into southeastern Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mexico. In addition, in groups they complete a worksheet, weigh and measure pecans. Be aware that it will take some thinking and planning in order to really incorporate this into your Common Core focus.
Seventh graders engage in a series of activities designed to be a fun week enabling students to experience life in Germany. The activities are aligned with state objectives and could be applied to any country of interest to Students.
Students participate in a variety of lessons/activities designed to teach them about Mexico. They discuss the language and the flag of Mexico. Students learn about the celebrations, family values, music and food of Mexico. The final project, a Pinata, ties together different aspects of the unit into a final celebration.
Students consider the immensity of the the task the author undertook to learn Chinese. They examine the rigors involved in learning another language-particularly one as notoriously difficult as Chinese and compare aspects of Chinese culture, such as teaching style and treatment of foreigners, with those in the United States.