How can I make teaching French fun?

How can I make teaching French fun?

Games and activities for teaching French vocabulary

  1. Play categories. This is one of our favorites, and it takes almost no-prep.
  2. Teach them through context. This is much easier to do once students have a few words to make that context.
  3. Have a snowball fight.
  4. Immerse them in French.
  5. Use songs.

What should a supply teacher bring?

Absolute Must-Haves for Supply Teaching

  • Resources.
  • One or two favourite books.
  • Blank A4 paper.
  • Hacky Sack or small soft ball.
  • Grid paper/book.
  • Pens.
  • Pencils and erasers.
  • Stickers or stamps.

What makes a good French teacher?

There are plenty of characteristics that a teacher must possess to be a good language teacher; along with proficiency in a language, extraordinary reading, speaking and listening skills the teacher must, of course, demonstrate good use of vocabulary and command over the words.

What is imitation method?

The imitation method of teaching focuses on breaking apart skills into components, providing the learner with a model of the target behavior, and rewarding the learner for demonstrating the response immediately after the model.

What is Kindergarten method?

Characteristics of Kindergarten Method # 1. By self-activity Froebel meant that the child should not indulge in any activity which is suggested by parents or teachers but he should carry out his own impulses and decisions. That divinity has to be revealed or manifested through spontaneous self-activities of the child.

How would you integrate French culture in the classroom?

Here are 5 Ways to Bring French Culture Into Your Classroom:

  1. Eat/Cook French Food.
  2. Watch French Films.
  3. Study French Artists Throughout History.
  4. Listen to Contemporary French (or Francophone) Music.
  5. Explore Francophone Culture Throughout the World.

How can I be a good French tutor?

1. Create a Safe Tutoring Environment

  1. Put your students at ease. Give plenty of encouragement.
  2. Create a pleasant learning environment.
  3. Focus on the similarities between French and English.
  4. Introduce them to etymology.
  5. Teach some cool mnemonics.
  6. Empower them.
  7. Get to know your students.
  8. Add real-world content to your lessons.

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