Students Develop Communication Skills by Talking About Their Family
New Project from Wade Petersen!
Students practice describing members of their family by name, relationship, and age, using a picture and a video, in addition to stating what activities their family does, using regular French verbs. Two rubrics included.
©2019. French, English. All levels. Middle school, high school. PDF, 12 pages. Adobe® Reader® required to view PDF.
About the Author
Wade Petersen has been teaching in Iowa for 30 years. He has taught French I, II, III, IV; freshman English; A.P. Composition; A.P. Literature; American literature; world literature and creative writing. He earned his B.A. in French and English from Northwestern College. During his undergraduate years, he studied at the Alliance Française in Paris. In 2001, he earned his master’s degree in Effective Teaching, Learning, and Leadership from Drake University.
Petersen has been the recipient of many prestigious awards and has served in leadership roles within the Iowa World Language Association. Petersen’s presentations continue to earn rave reviews, which include being named “Best of Iowa” four times. He presents various workshops throughout the U.S. and serves as a keynote speaker at state conferences.
Wade Petersen has published over 40 products with Teacher’s Discovery. His best-selling materials are creative, useful, and practical for any classroom. Wade’s publishing philosophy clearly connects with his motto that “Creativity Speaks Volumes.”