Students will cut and paste a series of drawings, then match the images to the correct time of day, and the activities that they represent.
In this two-part activity, first students will distinguish the use of the correct interrogative pronouns which best suit a sample of questions. In the second part, students will change affirmative sentences and transform them into interrogative questions by using a select number of interrogative pronouns.
Students will transform an affirmative sentence into an accordingly negative sentence using a prescribed form of the negative pronoun given.
Students cut and paste images which describe the sequence of ingredients used to make pancakes. Students will review the use of the infinitive verbs in sentences. Students will review the use of metric measurements in culinary recipes. Students follow directions to create a pancake.
Students will cut and paste the correct ingredients needed to make pancakes from a pre-selected list of ingredients. Students will also cut and paste the method to prepare the pancakes, from pre-selected sentences.
Students will take a number of nouns given and categorize them in two columns, either feminine or masculine, according to their grammatical gender.
Students will differentiate between singular and plural subject pronouns and color them according to the chart by adding color to an image.
Students will review the months of the year, the seasons and the dates in which each season changes. Students cut and paste images that correspond to the four seasons, and cut and paste the words in the appropriate box for each season. Finally, students color the months a specific color designated in the activity for each season.
Students will cut and paste images which are connected with the weather. They will attach the pictures in the correct box to create a collage of the four seasons.
Students will distinguish between interrogative sentences, negative sentences, and other types of sentences. Students will separate each group by a distinctive color.
Students will take pre assigned affirmative sentences and transfor them into interrogative sentences by starting them with "Est-ce que".