Do you teach students who have had more than a few years of French and are moving on to work on more complicated structures? While these classes can be really fun to teach, they can be hard to prepare for. You need to provide just the right challenge without frustrating students, but the grammatical concepts can be so difficult for some students.
Here are a few of my favorite resources for intermediate and advanced classes.
French writing prompt task cards
Sean W. says: “Great for higher level classes – work well in a pinch to fill up some time at the end of a period, if a student finishes a task much faster than other students as a bonus assignment, or great to center lessons and mini-lessons around. Have been a big help. Thank you!”
Scott M. says: “Excellent product as always! Easy to use, practical for all, and engaging!”
Jessica S. says: “A great way to help students create subjunctive sentences. We used these in both speaking and writing activities. Merci!”
Amy M. says: “Very helpful. Thank you. Such a time saver and can be used over and over.”
French imparfait vs. passé composé Boom Cards
Amanda R. says: “This is a great way to have individual or paired practice with choosing between these two tenses. Merci!”
Mikal T. says: “I like this and the students found it to be challenging. Something different and fun. Merci.”