Claudia Linker
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I speak french! Although clearly, not all expressions translate exactly.

While in English we may be watching cats and dogs fall from the sky, in France, ‘il pleut comme vache qui pisse’ (it rains like a cow pissing), and the madness doesn’t end there.

Using anchor charts that include images for students who have difficulty remembering the subtle differences in vocabulary is an effective strategy. The connection between the actual depiction of the vocabulary enables a visual learner to have a mental and physical connection in the French language classroom.

We used to have a song for "sur sous dans, devant derrière" in elementary school, complete with hand motions, and it helped with memorization ( i may or may not still use this song sometimes to jog my memory in high school french class)

This set has 470 flashcards for your French lessons. They are a great visual help for introducing French vocabulary and cover all major topics from adjectives to weather.

French flash cards with many topics for your French language lessons. This set contains 470 French flash cards. They are a great visual help for your students. Topics covered in this set are: adjectives animals body seasons clothes colors family