Wish your French students would speak more? For many French teachers, getting students to speak is the hardest part, but it doesn’t have to be! It’s important to have meaningful and effective ways for them to practice, but what works for students varies a lot between immersion and FSL students. Different age groups, ability levels, and different personality types will all need different ways to practice.
Read here about how I have used these activities in my classroom.
Here are a peek at a few speaking resources you’ll find at my TpT store.
My store has almost 150 speaking activities for French immersion and FSL classes for practicing vocabulary, grammar, seasonal themes, and more. Click here to see them all.
My popular series of speaking cards is a favorite among teachers. Each pack contains at least 5 fun ideas for using them in class!
Here are a few comments from teachers who use my speaking resources:
BreAnna J. said, “I love these speaking activities, and so do my students. They feel more confident in their ability to ask and answer questions in French, and it gives them some great practice!”
Heidi P. said, “Another great grammar acquisition resource. I love the variety of activities and how they support language acquisition. It is a great way to incorporate grammar instruction in an immersion setting.”
Sarah P. said, “When it comes to speaking activities, Mme R certainly knows what she is doing! These are all so helpful and can be used throughout the year in any grade!”
Taylor C. said, “This is a great resource for my Core French classroom. I am able to use with all students and it’s excellent for getting students speaking!! I also use the questions as journal prompts.”
Rebecca C. said, “Great for using in literacy centres with my gr. 7 extended French kids. Can be used with as little or as much support and scaffolding as needed.”