This Notre Dame French Comprehensible Input Lesson will teach your students about the cathedral in Paris. Comprehensible input is important in a world languages class – but you can’t always do stories. This is a French comprehensible input lesson that uses target structures in a comprehensible way to teach about a nonfiction topic – the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris. The text is appropriate for 2nd semester French and later.
The target structures are:
- n’est pas
- le/la plus
- une cloche
This item includes:
- A 25-slide PowerPoint with repetition of the target vocabulary
- a text version of the PowerPoint
- comprehension questions
- a grammar explanation and exercises for the superlative
- 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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