In this activity students will practice identifying the days of the week and sharing their weekly schedule with their peers.
In this activity, students will practice describing locations on a city map. Students will also explain their telephone numbers and practice talking about cities and their family.
In this activity, students are going to practice their prepositions. The instructor will read out the steps below, and the students will draw what you say on their whiteboard. Students will also play a game of "I Spy" to practice using prepositions.
In this activity, students will talk about their pets and how their pets are involved in their family. Students will also describe their pets, or what pet they would like to have.
In this activity, students will be matching images of foods with a statement and meal plan for themselves.
In this activity, students will work together to discuss their travel preferences. This includes a Heads-Up game with travel-related vocabulary, a quiz to take together, and discussion questions. Students will learn how to discuss travel and explain their preferences. Students will also be able to discuss what type of traveler they are and why they are that type of traveler.
Students will practice giving their imaginary phone number and address to a classmate. In addition, they will be giving a weather report on a city in Francophone country.
In this activity, students watch a French weather report to warm up. They then speak about appropriate activities for different types of weather. To finish, they answer a few questions about their favorite weather and seasons.
In this lab, students learn about francophone culture and name pronunciation through discussion of la fête. They also practice demonstrative pronouns.
In this activity, students will be describing their partners imaginary outfit with "French slang" and also shopping online for clothes. Students will learn more about slang and online shopping in French culture. Students will also learn about clothing choices.
In this activity, students will talk about modes of transportation and practice finding their way through a city using a map. Students will learn more about traveling, directions, and transportation. Additionally, students will learn how to get from one point to another in an unfamiliar city.
Students are going to practice navigating hostelworld.com. They will find a hostel they like and identify different features of it. Students will learn to discuss preferences while traveling. Students will also learn more about using hostels while traveling abroad.
In this activity, students will practice using the imperative by giving suggestions/advice to someone.Students will also have the opportunity to practice providing commands and suggestions to each other, in response to a statement.
In this activity, students will be talking about their living situation- where they live, who they live with, if they live at a house, apartment, etc. Students will also practice buying furniture for their home.
Interpersonal speaking - Novice Mid(Boise State University French 102 - Lab 2)Relevant NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do statementsI can talk about my interests and hobbiesI can talk about my favorite music, movies, and sportsI can talk about activities or things I did in the recent past
This activity consists of 3 mini-activities. In the first, students fill out a checklist for a partner in a "fashion show." In the second, there are videos and exercises for pronunciation between specific sounds that don't exist in English. In the third, students practice indirect objects.
Let’s Chat! French features a collection of nearly 100 classroom-ready interpersonal speaking activities for novice and intermediate learners. Touching on a range of thematic topics such as free time activities, food, daily routines, health, the environment, art and so much more, French teachers are sure to find an activity to use in their courses. These activities may be used as is or can easily be revised and remixed to fit the unique needs of individual classrooms.