Time Activities | L'heure | French | Paper and Digital
Introduce students in your French as a Second Language class to reading clocks and telling time with these activities. These activities can be used any time, even without French speaking skills and are perfect to leave with your English-speaking substitute teacher!
This French product includes:
- a basic lesson plan with instructions to modify. Plans are written in English.
- a Google Slides version for most of the activities.
- 5 different activities to practice l'heure. Pick and choose the activities you want to use or that your students need.
- reference pages.
- student pages and templates.
- photographs of student examples.
- activities that take 5 minutes or less or prepare.
- predictive writing/conversation activities.
- a set of task cards that come in colour, ink-saving, and a digital Google Slides version so you can use it any way you need.
- answer keys.
- a set of time word wall words to use as a reference.
This product is meant to be used with students who can already read and write in English. This lesson is not intended for French Immersion classes.
Ninja Note: Your students should already be familiar with the French numbers and how to read an analog clock or tell time using am and pm or 24 hour clocks.
These activities were designed to align with:
- the Alberta Program of Studies FSL for Grade 4-6
These activities support:
- any upper elementary French class with students who can already read basic English.
- French Canadian French is used. See note below.
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