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The Conjugator: A tutorial in French Verb Conjugation

The Conjugator: A tutorial in French Verb Conjugation

The Conjugator: An Introduction to French Verb Conjugation

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This powerpoint presentation will guide students through the basics of affirmative verb conjugation with French verbs. It includes a section covering the basics of verb conjugation, -er verbs, -ir verbs, and -re verbs. There is a tutorial section, quiz section, and video review for each type of verb....

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Jeffrey Patton
Jeffrey Patton (Teacher (K-12))
9 years ago

This StAIR was very well thought out and detailed. I thought it did a wonderful job covering the different verb conjugations. I actually learned a few things going through it!  It was also very organized and attractive. It looked very professional. I liked that the StAIR gave the user options as well. This would fall under the UDL principles because no matter which verb ending the student struggled with, this StAIR covered them all.

Technical Remarks:

I think adding some sound effects would do wonders. Also, I noticed that on some of the quiz questions that the word was behind the action button; you couldn't read it. Other than that I believe everything was functioning as it should.

Time spent reviewing site: 25 minutes
Eric March
Eric March (Teacher (K-12))
9 years ago

Your StAIR was very detailed, and I liked how it was broken up into different sections, so the students could choose which section(s) to cover based on their needs.  One suggestion would be to include a brief explanation for students when they get something wrong, rather than just having them go back and try to answer it again.  Then you might end up with a student who just randomly clicks until they get it right (which is what I did, and afterwards, I couldn't have told you which one was the right one, or why).