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French: The Subjunctive by A. Bree Stillings

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Pixton Lesson Plan on French:  The Subjunctive by A. Bree Stillings
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French: The Subjunctive by A. Bree Stillings

Step 1Class discussion with students

Getting Started

The subjunctive tense is a mood to express necessity, obligation, and opinion. Set the stage by introducing the Subjunctive conjugations for regular ER, IR, and RE verbs and for various irregular verbs such as Dire, Boire, Écrire... Then continue by studying irregular verbs Être, Avoir, Faire, and Aller which are commonly used in the subjunctive tense.

Opening Discussion

Open a student discussion by allowing them to exlpian what "chores" they must do at their house. Using the phrase, "Il faut que" students should share one of their daily responsibilities. For example: Il faut que je fasse les devoirs. Il faut que je fasse mon lit.

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Step 3Concluding discussion with students

Brainstorm a short series of situations in which the subjunctive mood would be used. Then help students to recognize the subjunctive forms of verbs in those sentences.

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Pixton Activity: French: The Subjunctive 1 Vacationing With Family

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Intro

You have been invited to spend Spring Break with some family members who live close to the beach. Your dreams of a relaxing week by the water are stalled when your aunt/uncle ask for your help with chores around the house.

Instructions

Create a comic in which your aunt or uncle ask for help with two projects around the house. Agree to one of them and then refuse to help the other by mentioning what else you need to be doing.

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Pixton Activity: French: The Subjunctive 2 Staying in Shape

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Intro

You have just been hired by your local fitness facility part-time. Staying in shape requires much commitment. They have asked you to help create a poster on their information wall for French speaking clients that will help guide them through making good choices in their commitment to becoming more healthy.

Instructions

Create a fitness flyer that suggests three healthy choices for French-speaking members. Use the following expressions: Il faut que, Il vaut mieux que, and Il ne faut pas que.

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Pixton Activity: French: The Subjunctive 3 Four Wishes

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Intro

Express your wishes for four different groups: your parents, your teachers, your neighbors, your friends.

Instructions

Create a character map. Place one of the groups (parents, teachers, neighbors, and friends) as the title of the four boxes. Then in the text, mention a specific wish you have for that group. Use the expressions: Je souhaite que, Je désire que, Je voudrais que.

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