French Shopping and Clothing Vocabulary Teacher Resources
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In this reading learning exercise, students read a one page story titled Panic In Paris and answer feelings questions about it. Students complete 11 questions total about the feelings that the writing brought on by writing about a magical moment in their lives.
Tiger in a Tropical Storm by Henri Rousseau can be analyzed by your second grade class. They'll learn about the artist Henri Rousseau and then use six excellent questions to better understand the painting. Ten related activity suggestions are included to actively engage your young art history enthusiasts.
Modal verbs of probability express what could or may happen. The class will look at 15 sentences and then choose which verb of probability fits best in each phrase. Then they write four phrases using accurate verbs in the present tense. An answer key is included.
Allons-y! Bon vivants, French language learners, and world travelers! Visit the City of Light in a way that will “delight and surprise even those who think they know Paris very well.” With over 4,000 images, viewers can meander down the Avenue Montaigne, visit museums, and tour the Palace of Versailles. Even Disneyland Park is featured, and for those in need, Starbucks locations are listed. Create an itinerary for a real or virtual experience. Bon voyage!
Fifth graders enact working and/or being a customer at French markets. Students then buy all the items on a shopping list at the appropriate markets (this is different from our supermarkets).
Teachers who are looking for resources to supplement their teaching of misplaced and/or dangling modifiers in writing should enjoy this learning exercise, and the interactive activities embedded in the sheet. Students complete twenty multiple choice questions where they must find the sentence that has no misplaced or dangling modifier.
In this algebra worksheet, students match the currency with the country of origin. They convert between that currency and the US using a foreign exchange conversion table. There are 35 questions.
Students explore force and motion through a series of experiments. In this physics lesson, students create and interpret speed graphs. They build an electromagnet and explain the factors affecting its strength.
This lesson plan gives some preliminary activities to ease students into Shakespeare's language while creating some original conversations. Students will not have any trouble performing these conversations because they will have created them.
Students study the origin ofc. They locate countries where it is grown on a world map. They color the world map and glue kernels of popcorn onto the countries from which popcorn originated. They write the names of common items that contain some type of corn product.
Eleventh graders explore the phenomenon of historical perspective. They examine different accounts of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and how the views differed not only along cultural lines but also with the passage of time.
One, two, three. Un, deux, trois. Eins, zwei, drei. Primary learners love to count and this lesson contains a series of games that encourage learners to count in English, French, German, and Spanish. The exercises develop literacy and numeracy skills. Fun for both native speakers and language learners.
In this supermarkets instructional activity, learners read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about supermarkets. Students complete 10 activities total.
Don't be scared off by the title! Read this information packet with your class, or send them off on their own. After each section, you'll find a series of comprehension questions. Great preparation for state testing!
Students investigate the human impact on coastal land. For this coastal surveys lesson plan, students choose a coastal area and complete a survey sheet about the area. They choose a topic about a sea side village called Dunwich to prepare a fieldwork plan. They draw a map and follow directions to complete the map of the area. They also draw a proportional flow map for air passenger movements given data and answer 3 questions.
Students embark on a journey through colonial times. In this early settlement lesson, students come to understand what life was like for the settlers in the early colonies. Students research and create projects illustrating their new knowledge of these early settlements.
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.
Is there anything better than chocolate? This series of cross-curricular lessons lays out five to seven days of a study on chocolate. Over these days, learners watch video clips about how chocolate is made, compose poems and legends, complete a map and timeline of the history of chocolate, and interact directly with chocolate. Complete with short informational texts, options for evaluation, and extensions, this unit could be used as is or altered to suit your classroom needs.
Eighth graders design and construct a safe and efficient human powered watercraft that can be used on a trip on the Great Lakes. Students utilize math and measurement skills to design and cut the pieces for their boat. Working in groups, their boat is assembled and water tested.
Students view the film 'Black Robe,' which further develop students' abilities to see an event or era of history from multiple perspectives. After the movie, they utilize worksheets imbedded in this plan to write about what they've seen.