Les articles contractés

How to combine articles in French. One thing this doesn't state is that if the second article is la then it would just be à la or de la.

jeu : coloriage numéroté n°2: additionner les chiffres à la découverte d'un signe du zodiaque chinois - Tête à modeler

Coloriage numéroté: additionner les chiffres pour découvrir un signe du zodiaque chinois

Weather

Weather unit-Weather board game - have students play in pairs or small groups to: describe the weather state something appropriate to wear/bring according to the forecast! what activities they are going to do (future tense) that correspond to the weather.

D2.L1 p.63 article contracté:  ALLER + à, au, à l' Pour pratiquer les directions./ voir aussi.  http://elenaburic2.blogspot.ro/2013/04/situersorienter-dans-lespace-jeu-en.html

article contracté: ALLER + à, au, à l' Pour pratiquer les directions.

Set of blank maps for giving directions from Madrid, Spain. Authentic :) #Spanishlearning #TeachingSpanish http://www.bbcactivelanguages.com/talk/spanish/Sp51.htm

It would be good to use maps when learning how to give directions and it would be especially good to use maps of actual Spanish speaking cities. Then students could practice learning directions and learn authentic landmarks in different cities.

directions in French - les directions

A powerpoint and worksheet on directions and telling the way in French, aimed at but could easily be used for a good group and at for revision. There was an error in the second part of the worksheet, which has been corrected - sorry.

Avoir mal...

The Internet Second Language Collective is a free-to-use community website where English language teachers can share their home-made teaching materials with each other.

"Bonjour, Monsieur" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a short song introducing body parts via the expression "J'ai mal a..."  The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.  My five-year-old thinks it's "tres drole"!

"Bonjour, Monsieur" from Matt Maxwell's book "Let's Sing and Learn in French"--a short song introducing body parts via the expression "J'ai mal a." The simple video provides clear illustrations of the key vocabulary with onscreen lyrics.

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