Google Forms are my new best friend! I absolutely love them for making worksheets and quizzes because they give the students immediate feedback. Also, you can give the students a multiple choice option if you think that the quiz will be challenging for them, or ask them to simply write a short correct answer. Take a look at these forms to see how I have used them to quiz the students on subject pronouns and verbs as well as adjective agreement.
My French Phase 1 students are embarking on their first unit of inquiry about Identity and Relationships. They have already learned how to say the various countries that they come from and now they are learning to talk about nationality. I have them complete the table below so that they can identify the adjective patterns themselves. Once completed, we discuss the silent <<s>> as the last letter of the word and the general rule of reading to the last vowel, and they work together in pairs to decipher the pronunciation. I hope you find this document useful in your class
I have been teaching French and Spanish for 13 years. I qualified and started teaching in the UK, and I currently work at Shanghai Community International School, China. I have experience teaching GCSEs and IB DP and MYP. Find out more about me within these blog pages or below at Linked In.