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French ER Verbs


French ER Verbs

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This is a Power Point presentation set-up in Kiosk mode.  It is meant to be shared with the students so they can go through it on their own.  It explains what an ER verb is, how to conjugate it, and practice.  It also has links to videos that will help to put ER verbs into context.  At the end there is a link to an Edmodo quiz.  This will have to be changed by you since it is set up for each teacher's classes.  It is easy to do-- go to and create a class, then create an -ER verb... More
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Material Type: Tutorial
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: August 03, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 16, 2012
Submitter: Alicia Truitt
Keywords: verbs, French, ER verbs


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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
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Avatar for Ariel Myers
4 years ago

Ariel Myers (Student)

There are many things I liked about this activity! I thought that it was very easy to use because it provided firm guidance throughout the kiosk. I liked the idea of a little practice before actually answering some questions throughout the activity. This helps student to be familiar with the content before jumping into something. I also liked the diverse forms of questionnaire. It changed things up as oopse to being so standard. I really enjoyed the sound effects! I thought that this made the kiosk exciting and enjoyable. The EdModo application is a great source of assessment not just for the students but the teachers as well. It keeps all the quizzes together in one spot and gives you immediate feedback on how effective your lesson was.

Some things that would've made this kiosk more resourceful to diverse users is indicating with a change of color, animation or an additional slide that the question they got incorrect was wrong. By providing other modes of perception, students who may have a hearing impairment or visual impairment could also benefit from this a bit more. Another thing that would have been beneficial is different types of questions. Such as true and false or having them find errorrs. I also think that a change of slide theme would make it more fun, brighter colors may have made it a bit more exciting!

Overall, this Kiosk was great and helpful and would definitely be wonderful in any French classroom!

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Make sure that sound is on when using this in the classroom. If not, students will not know if they answered questions correctly or incorrectly.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes