Fun Speaking Games For Your French Classroom: Time Bomb - For French Immersion
Speaking a new language is hard, but games can make it easier. Check out this first game in the series of fun speaking games for your French classroom!
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Complete the sentence before the bombs goes off. Great passe compose exercise. two students go outside and create a shared alibi for the night before. Prepare the class with questions after five minutes the first one comes in. Interview and then send second one in and see if stories match up. Class votes if innocent or guilty.
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