Napoleon Bonaparte French Comprehensible Input Lesson

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Comprehensible input is important in a world languages class – but you can’t always do stories. This is a lesson that uses target structures in a comprehensible way to teach about a non-fiction topic -the life of Napoleon Bonaparte. The story includes both the passé composé and imparfait, so it is appropriate for second year and beyond.

Do you want your French students to have a deeper understanding of the life of Napoleon Bonaparte? Our Napoleon Bonaparte French Comprehensible Input Lesson is the perfect solution for second year immersion or high school classes looking for an engaging way to explore this non-fiction topic. Our 39-slide PowerPoint uses target structures and simplified language to allow comprehension on the material, making sure that all your learners can understand the story. Additionally, we provide a text version, comprehension questions, grammar explanation on the Vandertrampp verbs as well as story retell sheets with photos (one for writing and one for oral retell) and a list of associated videos. We include a complete answer key so teachers don’t have to worry about grading. This lesson is designed to be helpful and make learning French enjoyable!

 

The target structures are:

  • a attaqué
  • a perdu
  • est devenu

 

This Napoleon Bonaparte French Comprehensible Input Lesson includes:

  • a 39-slide powerpoint with repetition of the target vocabulary
  • a text version of the powerpoint
  • comprehension questions
  • a grammar explanation on the Vandertrampp verbs
  • a story retell sheet with photos – one for writing, one for oral retell
  • a list of associated videos
  • a complete answer key

 

 

 

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Napoleon Bonaparte French Comprehensible Input Lesson
Napoleon Bonaparte French Comprehensible Input Lesson
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