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Illustrated dictionary (QC)

Subject Area: Arts, French

Brief Overview

To understand key words associated with financial literacy in the arts and in French.

Role Play

Students continue brainstorming with the Financial Dictionary and creatively illustrate each definition.

Learning Area(s)

Arts: creativity, imagination, fine motor skills, precision, attention to detail
French: writing, reading, illustrating (visual cues)

Expected Result(s)

Each student will illustrate each definition in the Financial Dictionary
To be able to talk about money, students must first understand what they are talking about. It is therefore essential to build a list of “money” words.

Explaining the Learning Material

Using the Financial Dictionary, students will use their imagination to illustrate definitions with pictures.


– Come back to brainstorming
– Have students understand the use of a dictionary
– Help students make appropriate choices (colour, size, shape)
– Use full-blown imagination to illustrate each definition

Knowledge Consolidation

Maximize the use of the new dictionary in our entrepreneurial projects.


Ask questions regarding the use of their new illustrated dictionary:
– Is it more useful, interesting and efficient with pictures?
– Do pictures make research easier?
– Do you feel more interested and motivated to use your new dictionary?

Class Management

Work with the Class ____ x ____ Individual Work ____ x ____
Team Work____ x ____ Other:_____________________

Required Supplies

Colour pencils, scissors, paper, glue, cardboard, computer, stickers, glitter, silk paper