How to Tell Time in French PowerPoint and Activities

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Students learn, step by step, how to tell time in French with engaging visuals, practices every few slides, Interactive Notebook Activities, listening activities, telling time worksheets, and autocorrecting and editable quiz or activity. Digital versions are included for distance learning. As students learn to ask and answer, “Quelle heure est-il?” they also practice the numbers 1-60 and learn how to say when events begin and end using the expressions, “commence à ,” and, “se termine à.” Appropriate for middle school, high school, and advanced upper elementary.

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$4.50
Subject
French
Grade Levels
7-12; Homeschool
Resource Type
PowerPoint Presentations; Activities; Interactive Notebook Activities; Google Apps; Assessments; Printables

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Students learn, step by step, how to tell time in French with engaging visuals, practices every few slides, Interactive Notebook Activities, listening activities, telling time worksheets, and autocorrecting and editable quiz or activity. Digital versions are included for distance learning. As students learn to ask and answer, “Quelle heure est-il?” they also practice the numbers 1-60 and learn how to say when events begin and end using the expressions, “commence à ,” and, “se termine à.” Appropriate for middle school, high school, and advanced upper elementary.

HOW TO TELL TIME IN FRENCH POWERPOINT AND ACTIVITIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

  • 196-slide L’heure PowerPoint
  • Time depicted on clocks and in French beginning with, “Il est une heure” and ending with, “Il est deux heures moins dix”
  • Check for Understanding and practice activities in which students write the time in French
  • Competition Closure Activity
  • The expressions, “Ça commence à…; Il est à…; Ça se termina à…;”
  • Check for Understanding in which students answer questions about when events begin and end
  • Google Slides digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google and digital platforms, and distance learning

Documents

  • Student Handout on, “L’heure” expressions and how to tell time in French: Shows how to use IL EST UNE HEURE and IL EST DEUX HEURES, how to tell time after the hour, before the hour, the half hour, quarter past the hour, the difference between IL EST ONZE HEURES and À ONZE HEURES, how to ask the time in French (Quelle heure est-il ?), and how to say when events begin and end (À quelle heure est… ? À quelle heure se termine…?).
  • How to Tell Time in French Student Handout with a clock and the times in French for a 12-hour clock
  • Student Handout with a clock and the time in French for a 24-hour clock
  • Student Handout, “Les matières” with vocabulary of school subjects, periods, and related words and expressions
  • Two Interactive Notebook Activities in which students draw the time they hear on the clocks (Both digital and printable versions have audio. In order to hear the audio, students click on the audio symbol.)
  • Two Scripts for the Activities above
  • Interactive Notebook Activity in which students answer questions about when events begin and end: À quelle heure ta première classe commence-t-elle aujourd’hui ?

QUIZZES

  • How to tell Time in French autocorrecting, editable, multiple-choice and short-answer Google Forms Activities / Test: 15 questions

✨Multiple-choice questions in which students choose the correct way(s) to say the given time in French: Quelle heure est-il ? 2:30 – Il est deux heures et demie.

✨Multiple-choice questions with the schedule of classes in which students choose the correct response according to the chart to indicate when the classes begin and end. À quelle heure est ta première classe ? À quelle heure commence ta deuxième classe ? À quelle heure se termine le déjeuner ?

✨Short-answer questions in which students complete the sentences using the time and classes vocabulary and related expressions

Vocabulary includes some of the following: All the ways to tell time in French, numbers 1-00, ordinal numbers (premier, deuxième, troisième), de l’après-midi, du soir, du matin, commence, se termine, moins le quart, le lundi, le mardi, etc.

  • Google Slides digital versions for use in Google Classroom, other Google and digital platforms, and distance learning

There are quite a few slides in the PowerPoint. I did not use them all because my students had mastered the concept. They are there if your students need more practice or you may choose to delete them in order to make the presentation shorter.

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