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French Direct/Indirect Object Pronouns

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This is a lesson plan dealing with direct and indirect objects in French.  After spending time practicing with the concept the students then create a children's storybook completely online and record themselves reading the story so it sounds looks like a movie. 
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Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: January 27, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 03, 2013
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Primary Audience: High School
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Language: English, French
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Avatar for Laura Rinehart
2 years ago

Laura Rinehart (Teacher (K-12))

This lesson does a great job following the TPACK model.  Technology- students need to use PowerPoint to create stories and be able to embed their voices.  I love the idea of students recording their voices reading their stories! Pedagogy- this lesson allows students to activate prior knowledge and recycle material from previous lessons.  It uses scaffolding and group work.  Content- students will be focusing on using direct and indirect object pronouns in an authentic way, creating a book that the learner will feel it is meaningful and useful. 

An idea of something you could add would be having your students read the stories to an elementary school in your district (perhaps if there is one that teaches French) or they could send their stories to a French school! 

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Time spent reviewing site: 10 minutes