French Restaurant Vocabulary Teacher Resources
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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.
An Exploratory Approach to the Teaching of French in the Middle School
Students review the most recent vocabulary list of French words. Using literature by Victor Hugo and Guy de Maupassant, they discover the history and culture of France. Using a map and the text, they locate the cities and regions of the country to end the lesson plan.
Sagen Sie mir etwas!
Sixth graders give and follow short sequences of oral directions by creating a role-play in which some students are managers/owners of a restaurant, some are employees, and the others will be customers dining at the restaurant.
Visitons Le Café! (Let's Visit the Café!)
Learners become familiar with basic French cafémenu items by viewing pictures of various foods and drinks and identifying them in French, and practice proper pronunciation by ordering foods in French, while taking turns role playing customers and café waitstaff.
Drinks and Snacks in French
Students in a French II class identify food items that can be ordered in a cafe or restaurant. Students spend time reviewing new vocabulary terms then create a cafeteria menu for their school.
Pre-AP Strategies for French Language and Culture
Build vocabulary, fluency and confidence in your French speakers by having them participate in some of these engaging activities. Several suggestions are given, but you will have to design the actual lesson yourself.
Vocabulary Worksheets: Nouns and Modifiers
Using these activities, learners are able to practice a variety of skills including identifying adjectives and nouns, developing vocabulary, and honing reading comprehension. This 111-question resource could be used with students in upper elementary or in ELD classes, possibly as a "start the day" worksheet. It will appeal to visual learners. Answers are included.
Exploring the Brasseries of Paris
Students read and comprehend materials written for French native speakers; use cognates and contextual visual clues to derive meaning from texts that contain unfamiliar words, expressions, and structures; identify subtleties of meaning through the use of learned vocabulary and structures. They also use technology tools to prepare publications and produce other creative works; use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect information from a variety of sources.
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.
Creating a Restaurant Brochure
Create a flyer and act as a restaurant owner! In small groups, French language learners will create a flyer or brochure to advertise a particular restaurant. If you're looking for an abbreviated version of this instructional activity, consider providing different restaurant profiles to assign each group.
Kitty: Cat Vocabulary
In this cat vocabulary worksheet, students complete a 6 question on-line interactive exercise. From a list of vocabulary words, students fill in the missing words in a story about a cat.
In this online interactive vocabulary skills worksheet, students answer 15 multiple choice questions regarding the vocabulary words that are related to one another. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive vocabulary worksheet, students respond to 11 fill in the blank questions regarding airport vocabulary. Students may check their answers immediately.
Have It Your Way...and FAST!
Students explain the importance of technology in a wide range of businesses. They focus on the application of technology in fast-food restaurants, then interview an upper-level employee at a local business.
Carrot Sticks or French Fries?
Students investigate the influence of fast food brand names on food choices and analyze the factors that contribute to branding preferences. They write an opinion essay on the corporate responsibility to influence food choices.
Understanding a word's etymology can really help with decoding and building vocabulary skills. Readers compare and contrast words of similar origins but with different difficulty levels. They focus on prefixes, suffixes, and affixes. Several web links and two pages of word origins are included.
À Votre Sant?: A French-Language Unit on Nutrition
Students discover the basic nutritional information for different foods. In this nutrition lesson students classify items, identify what a balanced diet is and determine what recipes are healthy.
The Delicious Meal?
Tenth graders use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply age appropriate writing process strategies. They build on prior knowledge about food to tie previously learned material with new material.
Tenth graders use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply age-appropriate writing process strategies to develop a script for a television food critic. They build on prior knowledge about food, and this will act as a way to tie the previously learned material with new material.
What Do You Eat In Israel?
Tenth graders conduct individual and group research of Israeli foods, table manners and gestures. They expand their vocabulary with words of food, slang and useful verbs. They will create a cookbook and do skits set in an Israeli restaurant.