French KS3 / KS4: Identifying Articles in Questions

Taking turns, each student is posed a question by a member of the French public.

They then have to state if the article in the sentence is definite, indefinite or partitive.

Correct answers result in points, whilst incorrect answers result in a pie in the face!

This clip is from the series French Grammar for 14-16s.

Teacher Notes

You could split your class into teams and get each to come up with ten questions that contain either definite, indefinite or partitive articles.

They could then take turns to pose the questions to a member of another team.

Award a point if they get it right, and take one away if they get it wrong.

The winner is the team that has the most points when the questions run out.

Curriculum Notes

This clip is relevant for teaching French at KS3 and KS4 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and at National 4 and 5 in Scotland.

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