Thanks to the quick work of Christy Miller, French students can enjoy the poop runner craze that is sweeping the nation:
I decided to do something a little different with the French version than with the Spanish. Past tense verbs appear in a blue font to help students that are as of yet unfamiliar with past tense verbs in French to interpret them. I recommend mentioning to students when the first one appears that it is in blue because it is a past tense verb, and ask the students to guess the meaning.
I hope that you enjoy every hilariously stinky minute that you spend with your students on this story! As always, please remember that I am just beginning to learn French and so I am largely unable to revise my work as I format Christy’s translations. Please email me or leave a comment on this post with any corrections that should be made!
11 replies on “Madame Courtcaca: FREE slideshow in French!”
What is the Spanish one called? I’d like to get it. Thanks in advance!
Thanks so much for this! One grammar note: in French, after a negative, du/de la/de l’/ un or une all change to “de”. So it should be “n’ont pas peur DE grand méchant loup”, etc.
Never mind. forget previous comment. I think because peur is there it goes back to du. sorry!
C’est super fantastique!! Merci 🙂
check this sequence to your story out 🙂 🙂 🙂
Do you have a Spanish powerpoint for it?
I do!! most recent post on the blog, check it out!
Wow! I thought this was a fictional story and then found this link. For those people with upper-level classes, here is an authentic article in French about this infamous jogger: