This lesson plan will walk you through teaching the conditional mood in French, or Le Passé Composé—often referred to as the “complete past” (as opposed to ongoing action in the past).
French Lesson Plans for Secondary Grades 6-12
Find lesson plans on the language of love your students are sure to love! This collection of French teaching tips and resources is written by and for teachers, to make information easy to understand for your students. Read French songs and poems, play games and get your students involved. These resources span from easy beginner lessons, to details of French grammar and pronunciation helpful for more advanced learners. We also have quizzes and worksheets ready to hand out, or easily adjusted to suit your needs.
This lesson walks your students through possessive adjectives in French. The lesson can be adapted to many different learning levels.
Use this French lesson on all the rooms within a house to practice describing things along with adjectives they have already learned. Use extension vocabulary connected to a house such as gardens and trees as a bonus.
Students studying French need to know how to form commands. The lesson includes the formation of the imperative and learning the positive, negative and irregular imperative forms. Teachers will find activities for students on using French commands and ways to evaluate their knowledge.
Prepositions are abound in almost any text. These games for the French class involve the use of some of the most common prepositions of location such as à and de, dans, sur, sous, derrière, devant and entre.
There is no better way to capture your students’ enthusiasm than through French lesson plans using Skype. Find out why and how this can help boost student proficiency in spoken French and knowledge of vocabulary.