10 Ways to Use Task Cards in the Foreign Language Classroom

World Language Classroom

Teachers are always looking for new and inventive ways to make vocabulary and verb form/tense practice more engaging, communicative and proficiency-based in the foreign language class.  We are all seeing task cards come up in Internet searches and rightfully so because they are a very effective way of accomplishing our goals for students. Task cards are particularly useful because they provide lots of opportunities for hands-on activities and movement in the classroom.

10 Ways to us Task Cards in the Foreign (World) Language Classroom (French, Spanish) wlteacher.wordpress.comHere are my top 10 ways to use task cards in the foreign language classroom.

  1. Warm-Ups (Do Nows): When they enter the room, students choose 2 or 3 cards and complete the prompt.
  2. Fast Finishers: Students that finish another activity early can choose a few of the cards and complete the prompts.10 Ways to us Task Cards in the Foreign (World) Language Classroom (French, Spanish) wlteacher.wordpress.com
  3. Exit Ticket: Just before the…

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