This presentation is best suited for the first term of the year as all resources are linked to the topic of Autumn and could also be used as a cross-curricular extension to the Harvest Festival.
The presentation includes: 2 Finger rhymes, 2 poems and 1 song (all translated and with links to Youtube for pronunciation for non French speakers and an audio file).
It will help pupils appreciate songs, poems and rhymes in French as well as develop their pronunciation and intonation.
You will find extension work and/or cultural ideas in the Notes below the slides.
This lesson can be used as a first lesson or following on from other at the beginning of the first term or as a reminder (maybe following instructions).
It contains activities, a finger rhyme, flashcards to be printed, a worksheet and the lesson plan. All adaptable.
This lesson can be used with KS1 over 1 or 2 lessons or used at a faster pace with KS2.
I came across this video and thought it would be an ideal support for European Day of languages or as an introduction to Modern Foreign Languages: French, Spanish, Italian and German.
I have created this presentation and differentiated as much as possible which means that it can be used by from Year 3 to Year 6 (as well as Year 7 (and possibly lower ability Year 8)). You can focus on 1 language or 2 or maybe do all 4 depending on the year you are planning to use the resources with.
It contains: a large number of resources, a song in 4 European languages as well as English,
various worksheets, some listening, reading, speaking and writing activities (and corrections for non specialists), how to use activity suggestions and extra information (are written in the Notes below each slide!).
I also included some cross-curricular activities and assembly suggestions and displays.
I hope you find it interesting and helpful.
This lesson is meant to be used as a first lesson (about 40 minutes long + worksheet) and teach the word “bonjour” : Hello.
It is also an introduction to phonemes: ou & on.
It contains: song from youtube, a finger rhyme, a first challenge with tongue twisters (all translated) and a corrected worksheet.
Lesson plan outline added on the last slide.
NB: make sure you read the notes below the slides (as links and other details have been added there).
This is a fun lesson for KS1 to learn to count up to 3 in French. The lesson could be adapted to go up to 5 depending on the class.
It concentrates on 4 phonics to help with the prononciation of those numbers.
The presentation contains: phonics, a selection of games and activities for listening, reading and speaking, a song (with track on Youtube) and a worksheet as well as a suggested lesson plan.