French 2: Tuesday February 21 Lesson Plan

DUE: Les Devoirs: p. 163 Exs. 8 & 9
{5 minutes} Reveillez-vous les cerveaux! Put the following trios of reflexive verbs in the proper chronological order (i.e., what would you do first, then second, then third?). Then when you're done, read your order to a neighbor, see if you agree!
  1. s'habiller / se lever / se laver
  2. se maquiller / s'en aller / prendre une douche
  3. se sécher / se peigner / prendre un bain
  4. déjeuner / se réveiller / se brosser les dents
  5. se peigner / s'habiller /se réveiller
{20 minutes} Review homework on the board!
  • Students put their sentences on board.
  • Other students follow to change subjects!
  • Other students follow to negate the reflexives!
{25 minutes} Review Chapter 4 Grammar Quiz! (quelqu'un, quelque chose, ne... personne, ne... rien, ne... que; depuis, il y a... que, ça fait... que)
  • Review each class's quiz sentences on the board.
  • Ask students to change parts of each sentence aloud.
Les Devoirs:
  • Reflexive Verb Practice: Write ten original sentences using reflexive verbs pertaining to the morning routine.
    • Whenever possible, include a phrase starting with avec and specifying a word from Vocab List 5.1!
    • e.g.: Je ne me rase jamais avec mon rasoir électrique.
    • Chapter 4 Grammar Review: Translate the following sentences into French (see pp. 124 and 136 for assistance!):
      1. Michel has been here for nine hours.
      2. For nine years, we've been playing tennis.
      3. Richard lost nothing.
      4. Marcel only ate five candies?
      5. Nobody listened to Sylvie.
      6. Somebody is bothering the cat.
      7. The printer did something.
      8. Nobody saw anything.

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