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Using Goose Chase to review Pronouns in Upper Level French


Students in French 3/4 had a difficult test coming up. In an effort to review the grammar in a new and different way, I applied for an educational license with the scavenger hunt app, Goose Chase. Students downloaded the app, got into teams electronically and I started the game at my computer. Students were led by clues to locations around the school where I had placed signs. There, students had to figure out a correct answer, take a picture of the correct answer and submit it. They continued on to 14 other locations around the school, each time submitting a photo or audio clue. This served as their grammar review activity for the exam.

Learning Targets: 
Students contribute constructively to project teams, assuming various roles and responsibilities to work effectively toward a common goal. (ISTE 7C)
I can understand the main idea of short and simple texts when the topic is familiar. (NCSSFL-ACTFL Global Can-Do Benchmark)
I can present information on most familiar topics using a series of simple sentences. (NCSSFL-ACTFL Global Can-Do Benchmark)
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