Bored students? These captivating visuals, PowerPoints, stories, and no-prep activities will get your students talking about where they are going and what they are going to do. Students learn the French irregular verbs aller and venir in the present tense, irregular French verb conjugations in the present tense, and places vocabulary. Appropriate for beginners and middle or high school students.
✅ THIS FRENCH IRREGULAR VERBS ALLER VENIR PLACES POWERPOINT, TPRS, AND ACTIVITIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
- 148-slide French Irregular Verbs Aller Venir PowerPoint with the following:
LE VERBE ALLER – TO GO IN FRENCH
⭐️ Visuals illustrating where people are going
⭐️ French conjugation of the verb ALLER
⭐️ Explanation of the contractions AU, AUX and use in context
⭐️ Exceptions: When to use CHEZ, EN, and DANS
⭐️ Questions and answers using the word OÙ
⭐️ Checking for understanding with questions and images: Où vas-tu pour promener ton chien ?
⭐️ Activity in which students write the verb ALLER and AU, À LA, or EN
⭐️ Competition in which students write the verb ALLER and AU, À LA, OR À L’
⭐️ Guided Practice in which students answer questions about where they are going according to the pictures, using the verb ALLER and the appropriate prepositions and/or contractions: Où allez-vous pour voir de l’art ? Nous allons au musée.
⭐️ Step-by-step explanation on how to use the immediate future using a conjugated verb and an infinitive: Elle est riche. Elle va être riche.
⭐️ Activity in which students change the sentence from the present tense to the immediate future: Changez les phrases du present au futur immédiat.
⭐️ Activity in which students answer questions using the immediate future.
LE VERBE VENIR – TO COME IN FRENCH
⭐️ Conjugation for French verb VENIR
⭐️ Explanation of the contractions DU, DES and use in context
⭐️ Explanation of the meaning and use of the contractions DU and DES and the difference between VENIR À and VENIR DE
⭐️ Activity in which students write sentences using the verb VENIR and DU, DE LA, DE L’, DES, AU and À LA
⭐️ Competition in which students write complete sentences using the given infinitives, subject pronouns and other words
Activity in which students read sentences and say whether they are logical or not, changing the illogical sentences to logical ones
Illustrated story about Sophie and Noémie with vocabulary and True / False comprehension Activity
La mauvaise petite amie: illustrated TPRS Story about a boy who broke up with his girlfriend and what she did afterward with vocabulary and comprehension activity
Le verbe ALLER et AU ou À LA Activity: Students complete the sentences with the verbe ALLER and AU, À LA À L’ or EN and answer questions using the immediate future tense.
LES ENDROITS: Interactive Notebook Activity in which students write the name of the places in French, then answer questions about where they go to do certain things, based on the images
OÙ VAS-TU ? Activity in which students answer questions about where they go to do things: Où vas-tu pour chercher un livre ?
Competition in which students write complete sentences using the verbs ALLER and VENIR and given vocabulary: NOUS / ALLER À / LE SUPERMARCHÉ
Places Paired Activity: Students ask their partners questions about where people are going based on the picture and record their answers in writing using the verb ALLER and AU, À LA À L’ or EN
Printable test or activity « Qu’est-ce qu’ils font ? »
Students use the words given to write complete sentences correctly conjugating the verbs and using À LA, À L’, or AU and the rest of the sentence.
Où vont-ils? Activity in which students say where the people are going and what they are going to do there using the given words and infinitives from the word bank and le verbe aller.
Practice with the verb VENIR: Given the subject, infinitive, and place, students write complete sentences correctly conjugating the verb VENIR and writing DE LA, DE L’ or the contraction DU.
Students answer questions about where they go using complete sentences and correctly conjugating the French verb ALLER. Où vas-tu pour nager quand tu n’es pas chez toi ?
French Places Vocabulary: Students translate the words from English to French using the vocabulary for les endroits en français.
Students translate complete sentences from English to French using the verb ALLER, the words À LA, À L’, or AU and the vocabulary for places / les lieux.
DIGITAL TESTS AND QUIZZES
Le verbe ALLER autocorrecting and grading, editable Google Forms Test or Activity: 18 short-answer questions in which students answer the questions according to the images, using the correct form of the French verb ALLER À LA, À L’, the infinitive, or the contraction AU and places. Students must correctly conjugate the verb ALLER.
Five multiple-choice self-correcting Google Forms activity in which students choose the sentences with the correct form of the French verb ALLER, the place, and what the people are going to do at that place using a word bank for the infinitives. Nous / le restaurant: Nous allons au restaurant. Nous allons dîner.
Google Slides version of the above test.
LE VERBE ALLER Student handout with French conjugation of ALLER: Chart with the conjugation of the French verb ALLER (to go), the contractions AU and AUX, and À LA used in context.
Questions using « Où » + the verb ALLER and other subjects. EX: Où vas-tu ? Je vais chez mon ami.
When to use “en” after the verb ALLER
When to use “chez” after the verb ALLER
Chart comparing the use of AU and EN in sentences.
When to use the plural: Nous allons aux États-Unis.
LE VERBE VENIR
Chart: French conjugation of VENIR
DE LA and the contractions DU and DES
Questions using « D’où » + the verb VENIR : D’où viens-tu ? Je viens du parc.
LES ENDROITS / LES LIEUX Student Handout
57 vocabulary words for places in French and English
8 words for rooms in the house.
Verbs and vocabulary related to going places
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