Don’t Just Teach About Reflexives—Show Them with a Comprehensible Input Method!
The Reflexive French Bundle is great during a unit on daily routines.
Bundle includes one of each of the following:
- Reflexive Manipulative Kit with Reflexive Verbs PDF Presentation Download - French (1Z0204)
- Reflexive French Poster (1P2297)
- (Non)Reflexive French Flash Cards (1E2053)
The Reflexive Manipulative Kit contains 11 pieces: shower cap, toothpaste, comb, toothbrush, soap, mirror, alarm clock, makeup, towel, hospital gown, and a small pillow, all included in a mesh bag, which will keep them good to use for years to come. Because the kit has one object for each reflexive verb taught, it allows you to turn your classroom into a stage! You will receive a link to download the PDF Presentation (French) upon purchasing this kit. Use the presentation to introduce both reflexive verb meanings and conjugations in a comprehensible input-based manner. It also includes directions on when to use which object from the kit and how to act it out, plus translations, so you can stay 100% in the target language during the entire lesson! PDF Presentation: English, French. Download. Adobe® Reader® required to view PDF. 39 pages.
The best part about the Reflexive French Poster: it is double-sided! Purchase includes a downloadable teacher reference list/answer key delivered via email. 20 x 28 inches. Double-sided. Laminated to last.
The (Non)Reflexive French Flash Cards have caricatures of celebrities performing a reflexive action on one flashcard, and a non-reflexive action on the other. Cut along the dotted line to separate the (non)reflexive sentences from the images of each verb in action. Five activities are included in the instructions, to help make the most of this game! Instructions are included in the flash cards.©2018. Set of 42 cards. 8 x 11 inches. Cardstock.
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About the Author
Audrey Yates Irias started learning Spanish at age 10 in a FLEX program in her elementary school, because her aunt lived in Puerto Rico. She was so enamored with learning languages that she dove in head first, and took multiple years of Spanish and French in high school. Following her passion, she was a double major in Spanish and French Education and a TESOL minor, at Illinois State University—during which time she studied in Spain and France. She taught for 11 years in both traditional as well as virtual classrooms. In 2016, she earned her master’s in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Illinois.
Audrey enjoys spending time with her daughter, dancing, teaching students one-on-one, and developing curriculum that benefits students and teachers of World Languages.