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Flashcards - Listening - Interactive exercises - Exercises to print -
Lesson plans - Conversation Questions -
Interactive games - Songs - Comics - Cartoons - Videos

Questions :

Examples -
Listening
- Interactive exercises -
Interactive games - Songs - Videos - Cartoons

'Tags' :

Presentation - Listening -
Interactive exercises
- Exercises to print

Réponses courtes : Exercises - Contradicting - Cartoons
'so / 'neither'

Interactive exercises -
Jokes

Discours indirect

Presentation -
Interactive exercises - Exercises to print -
Role play

 

(Updated on 31/08/2016)


 

 

 

MOTS INTERROGATIFS :

 

Cartoons Interactive games
Comics Lesson plans
Conversation Questions Listening
Exercises to print Songs
Flashcards Videos
Interactive exercises  



 


Pages complémentaires :

Questions

 

 

Flashcards :

 

Listening :


INTERACTIVE exercises :

 

 

  • The Empire State Building. - with videos
    - Niveau 3ème, questions en "how + long, deep, many, old etc..."
    "Look carefully at the slideshow, you can take notes if you like.
    When you are done, you'll play with your neighbour and find out who knows more about the Empire State Building."
    Created by Renée Maufroid. (Ac. Lille)

 

 

  • WH QUESTIONS - interactive activity (fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us)
    Question words: who, what, when, where, which, how

    Directions: "Change the statements to questions using the question word in parenthesis. Check verb tense."


  • Renée Maufroid nous propose de nouvelles activités pleines de fraîcheur avec de jolies animations :
    - Why ?

    (home.nordnet.fr/~rmaufroid)
  • Question words (1)
    "Drag the French question words on the right to match their English equivalents."

    (+ 2ème page ) - interactive (Michel Barbot)
  • Question words (3)
    "Fill in the blanks with question words from the list.
    "
    (+ 2ème page) - interactive (Michel Barbot)

 

Exercises TO PRINT :

 

  • Pairwork sur New York
    à utiliser avec "New Step In 3e" - Unit 2 ou indépendamment
    - Travail sur les questions commençant par HOW
    Activité envoyée par Marina Bureaud (Ac. Poitiers)

 

  • How many legs does this elephant have? - Optical illusion

Lesson plans :

 

Conversation Questions :

 

 

INTERACTIVE games :

 

 

Songs :

 

  • What How When Where by Ani Difranco :
    "What what what what what did you think you were doing?
    How how how how how did you think this would go?
    When when when when when you showed up on my radar
    Where where where where where did you think you would show?"

    (azlyrics.com)
  • How many :
    Blowin' in the Wind by Bob Dylan :
    "How many roads must a man walk down
    Before you call him a man?
    Yes, 'n' how many seas must a white dove sail
    Before she sleeps in the sand?
    Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannon balls fly
    Before they're forever banned?..."

    (azlyrics.com)
  • Knock three times by Tony Orlando and Daw :
    "Knock three times on the ceiling if you want me
    Twice on the pipe if the answer is no...
    Read how many times I saw you"

    (azlyrics.com)
  • Last Christmas by Human Nature :
    "Last Christmas I gave you my heart
    But the very next day you gave it away
    This year to save me from tears
    I'll give it to someone special...
    Once bitten and twice shy
    I keep my distance but you still catch my eye"

 

Comics :

 

Cartoons :


The Sick Man of Euro
"This cartoon by Paul Thomas from
The Daily Express relates to parlous
condition of the euro
 following the
bailouts of Greece and Ireland, and
predictions that Spain and Portugal
will be the next countries
to need rescuing
."

- with an explanation
(jeffreyhill.typepad.com)

 

How long... ? How old... ?
(cartoonstudio.files.wordpress.com)

 

 

Videos :

  • Who, What, When, Where, Why - The 5 W's of a Story - VIDEO + Activities
    (flocabulary.com)

  • How Old Is She?!
    "Some girls, you just can't tell... same with guys."

    (YouTube)
    "Wong Fu Productions shows us how difficult it can be to scope someone out, as a guy tries to figure out exactly how old an attractive woman is. Is she jailbait? His Mom's age? You don't just ask a stranger how old she is, but why didn’t he just ask her if she’s in school?
    That wouldn’t have hurt any feelings. As it is, we get way too much other information about her.
    But there’s a twist: as he is scoping her out, she’s also trying to figure him out!"

    (Neatorama)

 

  • How Often Do You Swim?
    "This is a cartoon to help kids learn terms like "how often?" and "every day", "sometimes" and "usually".
    It's developed to help kids learn english."

    (YouTube)