vendredi vingt-deux mai
Bonjour tout le monde,
This week we are still looking at school life in France. However, it is a practical lesson and if we were in school, we would be doing it as a PE lesson but in French.
It is all the commands that we use in practical and physical lessons such as 'Stop!' 'Sit Down!' and 'Jump!'.
I have included a sheet with the translations on as they are not on the powerpoint. You could have some fun with your family giving instructions.
Can you think of any games you could play using these? How about 'Les Feux' (Traffic Lights) or 'Jaques Dit' (Simon Says)?
vendredi quinze mai
Bonjour tout le monde!
Aujourd'hui (today) we are looking at school subjects. See how many you can work out without any help. Some of them are very similar to the English names.
The focus of the lesson is learning to say I like (J'aime) and I do not like (Je n'aime pas) about the subject rather than knowing all of them by heart.
The more often you repeat those two phrases, the better you will become and it will stay in your memory.
vendredi huit mai
Bonjour mes amis!
Today is VE Day so I have addedsome pictures of the celebrations in France. You have your VE Day work and Lockdown Competition so I am not setting any separate French work today.
Enjoy your celebrations,
vendredi le premier mai
Today we are looking at the objects you may have in your pencil case. There is an activity sheet you can complete, or just write out the sentences. I thought you may widh to watch the following videos on You Tube. They will help yu with your pronunciation.
Link 2 starts with the question; what is it?
vendredi vingt-quatre avril
Bienvenue tout le monde!
I hope you all had a lovely Easter.
this half-term we are looking at the classroom. The things that make up a classroom and the things you use.
I have included a PowerPoint that shows you things in the classroom such as the door (la porte), a table (une table) and the windows (les fenêtres).
After you have looked at this, I would like you to draw your classroom and lable each item. If you find it easier, you could draw it from a bird's eye view (from above).
Bonjour mes enfants,
I hope you are all well.
Thank you to Noah for his photograph. Do email me any art, craft or language work you would like to share. That includes English as well as French.
This is the last part of our Ancient Britain topic in French. I hope you have enjoyed it. Sorry I can not put the sound on my PowerPoints, but you were all so good at saying it in French, that I am sure you have not forgotten.
Go on... teach your parents and syblings
I would love you to make some really creative timelines for me. Add pictures, dates and any French words you can.
Use the information in both Powerpoints and the Key Language sheet to inspire you.
I am looking forward to receiving photos of them.
Love from Madame Afford
vendredi vingt-sept mars
Bonjour mes amis!
I will be posting PowerPoints and worksheets or activities for you to complete each week. I am unable to share the login for our French scheme at this stage so I am making my own Powerpoints based on the work covered. Unfortunately, I can not include the sounds. There are some sound buttons on some pictures but they do not work.
I have included a Key Language sheet to help you but Google Translate is a good tool to use and ask your family; someone may have a French dictionary!
The first worksheet is revision from the lesson last Friday. Have a go. See what you remember.
Then there is a PowerPoint and activity to follow.
Enjoy the sunshine and your learning. Everyone is looking forward to seeing each other after all this has passed. Please feel free to email me any photos of you or your work and I will share these with the rest of the class on here.