One of the expectations for grade 7 and 8’s in the Ontario Core French curriculum is that students will read text
and demonstrate an understanding of the main idea.
The same strategies apply whether you are reading in English or French.
Here are some sites that will remind us about how to do this:
Government of Saskatchewan (en français)
Here’s a video that explains why French is a great language to learn! Take note of all of the people around the world that speak French, as well as all of the countries where French is spoken!
Click here for the video
Voici un lien avec beaucoup des mots pour faire les mathématiques en français! 🙂
* How do we make the passé composé?
*How do I conjugate avoir? (this is review)
*How do we make the futur proche?
*How do I conjugate aller? (this is review)
**Please look at the previous post I made with a selection of games to help you practise both the passé composé and futur proche.
Happy Studying! 🙂
This is a great website which features news articles for young people ages 7-13. The French is at an easier level than the adult online news, but it still features current news information!
1 jour 1 actu!
Here’s a French project that I found online. Some students created this video to teach others how to conjugate IR verbs! It’s got a catchy beat that might help you learn it too!
Here’s another video to help you memorize the IR verb endings. Warning: it is catchy as well 🙂
Voici un lien à un site web avec quelques symboles pour vos textos français. Ce n’est pas une liste complète…
How is Easter celebrated in France? Here’s a link to explain.