French Subject verb agreement Teacher Resources
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Whether you're looking to review subject and verb agreement with English language learners or native speakers, this worksheet provides 34 sentences to practice with. Learners select between two words to accurately complete each sentence.
Nouns, Modifiers, Pronouns, and Linking Verbs are the focus of this very thorough, 77-slide presentation. There are dozens of examples for students to consider as the PowerPoint progresses. Excellent photographs and a strong interactive component are present. Most impressive!
In this verb tense activity, students complete a ten question multiple choice on-line interactive activity about the proper subject and verb agreement in sentences.
Eighth graders are introduced to the techniques to write properly. As a class, they practice writing complete sentences and discover how to avoid run-on sentences. In groups, they review action and state of being verbs and practice conjugating verbs to put into sentences. To end the lesson, they practice capitalizing the correct words in a sentence.
Students explore Cameroonian culture. In this French instructional activity, students participate in activities that require them to discover the ties between Cameroonian culture and French culture.
Students assess the acronym DRMRSVANDERTRAMP (Dr & Mrs Van Der Tramp) to help them memorize verbs. They pair up to create a short story describing what they did yesterday incorporating ten to fifteen of those verbs. In addition, a selected few students' read their short stories to the class.
Students examine primary sources in order to draw conclusions about the influence of Greek classical art and philosophy on the French Revolution. They compare the goals of the French Revolution to those of Neoclassical artists.
When do verbs agree with their subjects? Discuss what to do when using reflexive pronouns, and then give your French speakers these 20 sentences to practice with! They choose which of the three options is correct.
Get your French speakers up and moving with this lesson on weather. There are seven activities included here. Start by having the whole class sing the included song: Quel temps fait-il aujourd'hui. Then, have your class warm up by attempting to use the list of weather expressions (included). Group your learners so you can watch and take notes on their vocabulary development. Note-taking charts are included.
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.
Learners create and publish a newspaper that reflects and explains pioneer and medieval societies. They become newspaper writers for a specific time period. They adopt a holistic approach to exploring community life in medieval and pioneer societies by integrating investigating from various subject areas and experiences. They will also identify the various sections of the newspaper and the purpose of each section.
Sixth graders use their prior knowledge of vocabulary for the continents, oceans, some countries, basic directional words (e.g., north, south), prepositions of location, basic land forms (e.g., mountains, island), and basic geographical terms to practice language.
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.
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.
Every good novel needs a solid beginning! Setting the stage can have your budding authors stumped, so use this lesson to get them thinking. After examining the plot rollercoaster image (included) they consider the four places their story could start: beginning, inciting incident, middle, and end. A fun aspect to this lesson is having groups secretly write beginnings to a familiar story from one of these four points. After reading them aloud, the class guesses which beginning they wrote. Writers complete a worksheet applying these ideas to their own novels.
It's all about using peer resources in this writing process lesson, which includes a fantastic novel revision worksheet packet. Learners have read a partner's story draft the night before, and groups have a "lightning round of praise" giving compliments about the novel they read. Then, writers let their inner editors out by first coming up with goals for their finished piece. By working through the packet, they come up with stylistic and content-related revisions, leaving the grammar edits for later. Finally, release the eager editors upon their drafts to revise, revise, revise!
Reading backward and moving from word to word with a pencil are just two of the many strategies employed by proofreaders that are included in a presentation about the editing stage of the writing process. In addition, viewers are asked to correct grammar and punctuation errors in sample sentences.
Seventh graders focus on using the passeÂ¿Â¿ composeÂ¿Â¿ of verbs and for sports and musical instrument vocabulary in a meaningful context. They create a personal narrative about a life experience related to music or sports.
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.
Practice researching and translating all parts of speech using a bilingual dictionary. The class uses their research to increase their own vocabulary and learn the dictionary abbreviations for words such as transitive verb, pronoun, masculine, and feminine.