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eTools for Language Teachers - Free French Language PowerPoint Exercises

eTools for Language Teachers - Free French Language PowerPoint Exercises
Over the years, I have created many different lessons for K to 8 French classes using PowerPoint presentations. I believe that PowerPoint is truly the best way to teach song lyrics because the children just follow along as the words come up and the images greatly facilitate comprehension. I recommend that you read the songs through once with the children, and then play it with the music the second time through. There are also two stories here on PowerPoint with sound effects that the students really enjoy. You can download any and all of the presentations in this section for free. Please note: I have not included the music files (mp3) with any of the presentations in order not to violate the artists’ copyright protection. Powerpoint Lesson Downloads You can use this menu to view specific samples, or scroll through them all: Bonjour MonsieurComment ça va? Bonjour Monsieur Based on the song "Bonjour Monsieur" by Matt Maxwell found on the CD "Comment ça va?" Download Now Get Song Top of Page Related:  Game-based learning/Gamification resources

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Ressources pour tableau interactif eQuizShow Online Templates PLANNING A LESSON OR ORGANISING YOURSELF | A Journey in TEFL Jun June 29, 2010 | 2 Comments When I read Emma Herrod’s post on planning a lesson, I started thinking about my own style. Emma’s post asks a lot of useful question to the teacher and there are wonderful contributions to the post in the comments sections. I really do agree with most of them and I had some more ideas how to organize myself while reading those contributions. Now let me tell what I can advise the teachers ‘in their first three years’ as Emma asked. Planning yourself and your time should be a must but I’m sure you will soon apply your own planning method. Routines are important so have a routine.Start each lesson with a fun activity, preferably related with the thing you are about to do.Finish your lessons before the bell and have a few seconds to unwind with your students.Spend some time with the homework you have given, otherwise; they will stop doing them. I tend to plan my lessons weekly but sometimes I act according to a flow.

French Prepositions for countries, cities, regions Why do you say "Je vais en France" but "Je vais au Japon"? Like any inanimate object, continents, countries, and regions also have genders in French. The ending will usually tell you which is feminine or masculine and help you choose the correct French preposition of place. A – General Rule About French Prepositions of Places When the name of a region ends in an E, it’s usually feminine.La France, l’Angleterre, la Suisse, la Chine, l’Inde, la Californie, l’Asie To say you’re going TO it, use EN Je vais… en France, en Italie, en Afrique, en Floride…To say you’re there, use EN Je suis… en France, en Italie, en Afrique, en Floride…To say you’re coming from it, use DE Je viens de France, d’Italie, d’Afrique, de Floride… (There are many exceptions though, such as Le Mexique, Le Maine, Le Zimbabwe…) When the name of a region ends in any other vowel but E, or a consonant, it’s usually masculine.Le Canada, le Japon, le Portugal, le Burundi, le Luxembourg, le Texas | French worksheets and resources PPT Songs Des présentations PPT A l’ecole: 1. Qu'est-ce que c'est? (Jacquot) 2. Mon école est le monde (Charlotte Diamond) Comment ca va? La famille : 12. La maison : 16. La nourriture : 18. Les animaux : 21. Les moyens de transports : 26. Les parties du corps : 27. Les vêtements : 28. Les instruments: 29. L’Halloween : 30. Noel : 33. Miscellaneous songs: 44. Misc. ArtThink | Tools and Games Describes subject matter that is presented in a brief, simplified, often distorted manner, with little or no attempt to represent images realistically. In La ngresse blonde (The Blond Negress) Brancusi dramatically simplifies a woman's face, delineating only her hair and lips. Mondrian's New York City 2 reduces and abstracts the appearance and energy of the city to a series of lines. Constantine BrancusiLa Négresse blonde (The Blonde Negress)1926bronze (polished)Gift of Agnes E. Meyer and Elise Stern Haas©Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris Piet MondrianNew York City 2 (unfinished)1941oil and tape on canvasPurchased through a gift of Phyllis Wattis©Mondrian/Holtzman Trust, c/o Beeldrecht / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Comment le tuteur distance peut agir sur la motivation des apprenants ? Par Jacques Rodet Si la motivation est considérée par de nombreux formateurs, enseignants, tuteurs comme une des clés de la réussite des apprenants, tous n'identifient pas forcément les actions qu'ils peuvent avoir pour la renforcer et/ou la maintenir. En premier lieu, il appartient à ces personnes d'améliorer leurs connaissances sur la motivation afin dans un second temps de pouvoir intervenir de manière adaptée auprès des apprenants. A cet égard, l'article de Jacques Forest, Laurence Crevier-Braud et Marylène Gagné (Mieux comprendre la motivation au travail) est intéressant pour distinguer les différentes formes de motivation. Parmi elles, il est fréquemment fait référence à la motivation extrinsèque et la motivation intrinsèque. La motivation extrinsèque est largement assimilable à la carotte et au bâton. La motivation intrinsèque est l'ensemble des ressorts personnels qui ont amené l'apprenant à s'engager dans l'action de formation.

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