Madame Thomas' French Lessons
About Ah Bon ?
Aimed at beginning-level students, Ah Bon ? offers a modern approach to French instruction, using technology (Web 2.0) and flash cards as the core medium of language instruction. Instead of English-to-French translation, Ah Bon ? uses image-to-French language acquisition so that students achieve a more natural, native-like proficiency.
This proficiency gives learners the confidence and comfort level to go a step beyond the vocabulary, and experience the language through meaningful and realistic activities for optimal language acquisition at the beginning level. Topics covered:
- Roll Call
- School Supplies
- School Commands
- Countries of Europe
- Toi et Moi
- Hair, Eyes and Size
- Leisure and Opinions
- Directions, Places, Time and Café
Don't feel like reproducing pages? Purchase the Ah Bon ? Companion Student Workbooks. The spiral-bound student workbooks contain the activities, quizzes, tests and flash cards found in the teacher's Ah Bon ? three-ring binder, but in a non-reproducible print edition!
©2011. English, French. Beginning. Middle school, high School. Spiral-bound.
About the Author
Joanne Thomas is from Atlanta, Georgia. She teaches middle school French and has been teaching since 1993. She has taught middle school and high school French in public and private schools, as well as several other world languages for many years. She previously published the Spanish teacher’s guide and workbook called ¿De verdad?, the Spanish classroom version of Ah Bon ?. She loves sharing her teaching ideas and methods with other teachers, and is excited for you to bring her books into your classroom!