Level A1.1 - French Beginners - 90 days, 90 activities
You've learned all of the grammar for the A1.1 level, and now you need to practice!
When you've learned all of the grammar you need to know to move along to the next level, it's always a good idea to go back and review. As you move forward, you will soon come to see that everything you learned in the very beginning will never go away! These are the building blocks that you will need to have completely mastered if you want to make good progress in the future.
This is a 90 day program that will have you doing a little French every single day. You can use the program during a summer break as a way to keep up with your French, as a supplement to continuously reinforce the basics as you learn more, and especially as a way to make sure you didn't miss out on any important grammar in the beginning.
I've included a daily calendar to help you stay on track by checking off review topics as you move through them. I'm including a free preview of this calendar as the very first item in the curriculum if you'd like to download it and see exactly what and how you will be reviewing for 90 days. Use this calendar as a guide if you want to follow grammar review activities in the order you most likely learned them. I've listed what you should do every day for 90 days. You may have so much fun that you don't want to stop after just one activity! That's ok, and it's also ok if you don't want to do them in order. Just be sure to check off what you've done so that you'll be sure not to miss anything. This review course is structured to follow the days on the calendar. It will be easy for you to find the resources you need just by comparing the day on the calendar to those in the curriculum.
This review is not just a bunch of worksheets! This review package includes all sorts of resources to keep French fun and entertaining. This is not a set of level A1.1 lessons, but rather a set of A1.1 review materials. Answer keys are provided for all activities.Level A1.1 French Grammar
- Subject pronouns
- Disjunctive pronouns
- Articles: Definite, Indefinite, Partitive
- Different ways to use DE
- Plural nouns
- Possessive adjectives
- Prepositions of location
- Numbers 0 - 100
- Time, days, months
- The verb ALLER + expressions
- The verb ÊTRE + expressions
- C'est vs Il est
- The verb AVOIR + expressions
- The verb FAIRE + expressions
- ÊTRE, ALLER, AVOIR, FAIRE - All mixed up together
- Descriptive adjectives
- Forming questions
This review program is included in my money saving PACKAGE OF BUNDLED FRENCH LESSONS.
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Jennifer is originally from Louisiana, and has been teaching French for over 20 years. She has been living in France with her husband and children since 2013, and continues to teach French both online and locally. She completed a BA in French and English, and taught French and moved to France for a year before completing an MA degree in French literature and language. While living in the US, she taught French for 15 years at Saint Louis University High School, a Jesuit college preparatory school for young men.