Opportunities to practise asking and answering in the third person singular in French, ‘Quel àge a-t-il/ elle? Il/ elle a …ans.’ Part 1: pupils select the character’s age [multiple choice]. Part2: pupils are shown a character and guess their age. The guess nearest to the age revealed wins. Numbers 1-100 used.
Preparation powerpoint for the traditional French song, ‘Vole, vole, vole, papillon.’ Introduces the children to the individual words and short phrases to match the song. Youtube hyperlink included for the actual song.
Life cycle of a generic plant shown in 8 simple steps, with corresponding images and simple French. Includes further example of a bean's life cycle. Useful to use with the, 'Jacques et les Haricots Magiques,' story.
Powerpoint includes a brief background to Abba and to Napoleon, followed by the French lyrics to ‘Waterloo.’ Lyrics are broken up into manageable parts on each slide. There is no audio with this resource.
Suitable for KS1/2. Prepares the pupils to become more independent and to use the target language throughout the lesson, avoiding using English unnecessarily eg: ‘May I go to the toilet? I don’t understand,’ plus eight more. Includes exposure to the written form of the phrases and slides to print for flashcards/ class signs.
Recognition and recall of French numbers to 10,000 in digit and written form. Includes activities such as nought and crosses and saying the birth year of celebrities. Develops all four skills of speaking,listening, reading and writing.
1.Practice of asking and answering question about own birthday [first person].
2. Flashcards of characters displaying ages and birthdays. Pupils ask and answer questions on the characters’ ages and birthdays from memory [third person singular].
3. Practice of recognising and saying various birthdays using numerical cues [eg; 25/7].