Middle School World Languages Lesson Plan Templates

Find free Middle School World Languages Lesson Plan Templates.
Tienes animales?
Foreign_Languages_Team
Updated: 
2016
11 Comments
Resource
  • Spanish
  • Middle School
<p>PowerPoint presentation to introduce animals to grade 6 Spanish</p>
En Ville
Foreign_Languages_Team
Updated: 
2016
11 Comments
Resource
  • French
  • Middle School
French PowerPoint presentation introducing vocabulary for buildings in town; accompanied by a range of handout; including a completed town plan; a...
Healthy living
Foreign_Languages_Team
Updated: 
2016
11 Comments
Resource
  • Words and Phrases
  • MS, HS
12 fun handouts to practice the vocabulary of healthy living suitable for Grades 6-12.
Prepositions
Foreign_Languages_Team
Updated: 
2016
11 Comments
Resource
  • French
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
A PowerPoint and activities which i created using a variety of sources including colleagues and TES. A PowerPoint with feedback from activities and...
The 2010 World Cup in South Africa
Resource
  • Listening and Reading
  • Middle School
Here is a booklet of activities inspired from resources I found on TES as well as some I made myself.This is directed to a difficult 8th grade lower...
French world cup booklet
Resource
  • Words and Phrases
  • Middle School
A booklet of activities in French focusing on soccer and the World Cup in South Africa. Advanced level.
Les endroits en ville + Verbe ALLER
Resource
  • Listening and Reading
  • MS, HS
PPT and handout to introduce and practice vocab. and grammar of ALLER + Places in town.Please comment!
Song to learn AVOIR & pronouns - Present Tense
Resource
Song to learn AVOIR & pronouns - Present Tense - tune is Pink Panther theme.
Weather (1)
rhawkes 
Updated: 
2016
12 Comments
Resource
  • Words and Phrases
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
PowerPoint lesson to introduce and practice weather. There is a song to go with this - I've recorded it to show how it scans!
Je vais - interests and places
Resource
  • Words and Phrases
  • Middle School
Press the 'S' button to stop the presentation whizzing. I then got my students to unjumble the phrases on their whiteboards and whoever finished...