Alphabet Lessons | L'alphabet | French | Paper and Digital
Introduce students in your French as a Second Language class to the French alphabet with these games and activities. This is the perfect introduction to French class or for those days you need a quick activity. You can even leave these lessons with your English-speaking substitute!
This introductory French product includes:
- complete lesson plans that include reading, writing, listening and speaking activities written in English to practice French letters.
- a Google Slides version for most of the activities.
- several games to practice the French alphabet.
- a simple assessment activity.
- student pages.
- answer keys.
- a visual dictionary page for quick reference.
- student dictionary pages so students can create their own word dictionary.
- an alphabet pronunciation poster set.
This resource requires some preparation to get the games ready for use in the classroom, but it pays dividends in classroom engagement. The games can be used over and over any time of the year.
The lessons have been tested with a non-French-speaking substitute teacher and it was a success. Students love the games and the confidence the practice provides.
The activities include:
- Pronunciation Guide-Alphabet visuel
- Sentence Building (with Answer Keys)
- Qui a la lettre? Game (two versions)
- "À la pêche pour la lettre" A Game
- Tic-Tac-Bingo Game
- Quiz (with answer key)
- Creation of Mon dictionnaire français
These lessons were designed to align with:
- the Alberta Program of Studies FSL for Grade 4-6
These lessons support:
- any upper elementary French class with students who can already read basic English.
- French Canadian French is used. See the note below.
Ninja Note: These lessons are not intended for French Immersion classes. This product is meant to be used with students who can already read and write in English and can recognize letters and sounds of the English alphabet.
Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and use the link in that file.
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Les textes en français de ce document sont écrits d’après les rectifications de l’orthographe recommandées par le Conseil supérieur de la langue française (Paris, 1990). Pour plus d’informations veuillez consulter le site suivant: www.orthographe-recommandee.info
The French texts in this document are written using the new French spelling recommended by the Conseil supérieur de la langue française (Paris, 1990). For more information please consult the following website: www.orthographe-recommandee.info