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Here is a simplified English explanation of the difference between passé composé and imparfait.

Passé composé

Brain Break...This is SO fun!!!!

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Love recipe, another French animated short film.

LES METIERS : Le Boulanger - cute video

"La Marseillaise" - France National anthem French English lyrics

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French verb tenses compare to English

How did it go? = Comment ça s'est passé ?

Conjugaison - carte l'imparfait

Fun website with French activities or games to play in the classroom. Clearly outlines which area of French it focuses on: listening, speaking, reading or writing which applies to any teacher worldwide!

Kids talking about their school in French with French subtitles - great to practice names, ages, etc

video stories in French for children. - nice clip for explaining imparfait... "Chaque soir", etc...

Un p'tit poster en passant...

L'argot français - have students practice in conversation (one student has to come up with something to elicit one of the expressions and the other to find the correct expression, and keep going) - intermediate/advanced

Exprimer la surprise. J'<3 le français.

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French Vocabulary: What exactly did you do today? Did you take a shower, go to work, meet friends, go home...? This vocabulary list will tell you how to say all that in French. More vocabulary available on this page http://www.talkinfrench.com/french-vocab-daily-routine/ Do not hesitate to share and repin.

Using anchor charts that include images for students who have difficulty remembering the subtle differences in vocabulary is an effective strategy. The connection between the actual depiction of the vocabulary enables a visual learner to have a mental and physical connection in the French language classroom.