Beginner French students will practice DAYS OF THE WEEK vocabulary with this Google Form digital resource that is editable and set to grade automatically for you. The activity includes 25 questions that are all in French and can be used in the classroom or via distance learning as a practice worksheet, homework or an assessment.
-Look at a list of French words, choose which are days of the week
-Choose the day that best completes the series
-Write the day that best completes the series
-Choose which day comes after the day given
-Put the days in a sequential order
*Each question is shown as an image = prevents students from using the automatic translator.*
This is an editable activity designed in Google Forms. It is set to be self-checking. You can add questions of your own to the activity or delete any questions you do not want to use. You can also change the answer type if desired (short answer, multiple-choice, etc.) or switch the order of the questions.
After you download the activity, you will receive a PDF with instructions on how to download this file to your Google Drive and how to share with students. You and your students must have a free Google account in order to access the activity.
This activity can be shared with students through email, Google Classroom, Moodle, etc. Although this activity can be printed from Google Drive, a printed copy of this activity is not included in the download. The download is a PDF instruction sheet with a link to the digital activity.
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1. Use as introductory material before instruction (What can students figure out?)
2. Independent work and practice (Self-pacing and instant feedback)
3. Whole class interactive discussion and practice (do it together)
4. Distance & remote learning (virtual engagement)
5. Grammar Stations (an in-class interactive work station)
6. Homework and at-home practice (more engaging than worksheets)
7. Skill review and individual practice (check for understanding as formative assessment)
8. Assessments (as summative assessment)
9. Fast finishers (use as review of past materials)
10. Sub plans (sub shares a link and off they go!)
The questions in this digital activity are similar to the cards in our Boom Learning™ digital task card deck: French Days of the Week(minus the audio cards). We wanted to make the digital task cards available in a different format for more practice with days of the week vocabulary. You could use the Boom Cards™ as practice and this Google Drive activity as a homework assignment or assessment.
Boom Cards™ are digital and work on just about any device. You do not need to print anything out. They are self-checking and can be used individually, in groups or as a class on an interactive board. Students receive immediate feedback; you can track their progress if desired.
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