Quiz-Busters Plenary and Revision Quiz from teachers-direct Quiz-Busters is an interactive plenary quiz for two teams based on the popular television quiz program Blockbusters. The resource is designed to be used on an interactive whiteboard as a teacher led activity but can be played by individual students. Hopefully you and your students will find this a fun alternative to traditional question and answer plenary and can actively contribute to Assessment for Learning (AFL). Completely free to use!
Français 1 Chabot In March 2015 Français 1- Unité 4--full unit exam review 61 terms added by MmeChabot In September 2014 French numbers 13, 14, 15, 16, 20-69 26 terms eTools for Language Teachers: Videos Click here for a document explaining how to create your own YouTube channel.Click here for a document explaining how to download YouTube videos. 1. My YouTube videos 3. French Past Tense: Everything you need to know. - Talk in French Reading time: 6 minutesDifficulty: Beginner – Intermediate French Past Tense could be a mind-numbing learning task. But when approached with an open mind and willingness to learn, you should be able to grasp it quite easily. Microsoft Excel Games and Templates Bingo Card Generator That's right just input all your words or numbers into the cells and hit print. Then click the shuffle button and hit print again. Each time you hit the shuffle button MS Excel creates a two unique bingo cards that you can print out and use. Be sure to read the instructions. These improved bingo card generators have tabs for one card or two cards per page.
12 Puzzle and Quiz Creation tools for teachers There are many different sites on the internet that allow you to create your own puzzles and games to use either directly in class, or which can be linked to/embedded into your VLE. I’ve been doing some trawling ahead of a training session I am running soon, and here are a few of the best ones that I’ve found. There are others out there, but the focus specifically for my session was KS4 and 5, so these links are aimed at older students. If you have any other favourites, please add them to the comments! 1. Classtools Net
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When to Use "Être" or "Avoir" With Passé Composé Most verbs in French use "avoir" to form compound tenses such as passé-composé, plus-que-parfait, futur-antérieur etc... But some verbs use "être". In this lesson, I'm going to point out mnemotechnic ways to memorize them, but mostly I am offering you a deeper understanding of the logic behind this grammatical behavior. Once you understand why a verb uses "avoir" or "être", it's much easier to remember. Not All Verbs of Movement Use Être In Passé Composé Many methods will tell you this: verbs that use “être” are verbs of movement.
Classroom Games for Introductory / Beginning French Classes Every week in my first semester French class, we played games to review and reinforce what we did in the previous class. For other French teachers out there who are looking for more activities, these are what I actually used in my class this year. A lot of these I found on Pinterest, where I have a Teaching French at Uni board. Some of these classroom games require little to no prep, but having dice and maybe some playing pieces on hand is always a good idea. 5 Tools to Create and Administer Quizzes Online Other than attending staff meetings, writing and grading quizzes might be the least enjoyable part of teaching. Fortunately, there are some tools that can make the process a little bit easier. Here are five tools teachers can use to create and administer quizzes online. There are many other quiz and survey tools on the web, but not all of them provide the option to see quiz takers' results. These five were chosen because teachers can see their students' results. I use Google Forms for giving short multiple choice quizzes.