I hand this out to the students explaining that the head has been killed; they have to find who; where and how it happened. (Change the names; rooms etc to suit your school). To start with you may need to recap the way Cluedo works ie; eliminate possible suspects; rooms and weapons one at a time. For each activity they get a clue - 1 person/room/weapon to take off their lists. The examples here only get you so far. I use extra Christmas activities like wordsearches; sudoku and so on to get the rest of the ‘clues’; which they earn once each task is completed.
Cluedo style team game.
I don't feel like the directions here are very clear. It would be nice to have a complete game with keys, etc. I love the idea but I'm not sure about the execution.
It would be use full in the description to point out that this is for French lessons. I had a similar idea myself, and assuming it was a brilliant idea, another teacher must have thought about it. Unfortunately, I don't speak French, so all I got was a few refineries on format. Looks good tor french though, so I didn't want to rate the lesson low when my issue was with the description.
I've had to spend some time changing the activities and adapting to different classes levels, but I've been doing this activity for a couple of years and every kid loves it!! It also means that I have to do nothing during the lesson...