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Hands-on learning in French class

 

As French teachers, we are always looking for ways to engage our students with the curriculum requirements. Students engagement is about really getting students to connect with the material they are learning. My students always love playing games. There is never a student who isn’t participating on French games day! Unfortunately, we can’t always play games, but I’ve found another strategy that helps my students ‘buy-in’ to the current French unit of study.

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