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FRENCH HOME LEARNING – WEEK 8 (Monday 18th – Friday 22nd May 2020)

 

YEAR GROUP

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 6

Bonjour! Comment ça va?

This week in French I would like you to continue practising your singing and your choreography for “Pour Changer le Monde”.

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Original video

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Lyrics video

 

Then, pick one line in the lyrics that matches one of your own ambitions for the future. Build a Lego object that represents that ambition and have your photograph taken with it (or draw yourself with your object). Finally write a caption in French about what you would like to be in the future.

Here is a sample caption to help you:

 

“Quand je serai plus grand(e), je voudrais être pilote d’hélicoptère”

 

Remember to share your work with me by email me via Purple Mash @2email

 

FRENCH HOME LEARNING – WEEK 7 (Monday 11th – Friday 15th May 2020)

 

YEAR GROUP

TASK

NOTES

 6

I hope you are all safe and well.

This week in French I would like you to continue practising your counting to 100 and play some number games of your choice with someone at home, using your French numbers. Also practise saying the date and describing the weather.

I would also like you to listen to “Pour Changer le Monde” again on YouTube and this time, try and come up with a choreography (or some actions/ signing) that shows you understand the meaning of the lyrics.

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Original video

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Lyrics video

 

Remember to video yourself when you’ve come up with some actions so you don’t forget. I would love everyone to perform their choreographies when we can.

 

FRENCH HOME LEARNING – WEEK 6 (Monday 4th – Friday 8th May 2020)

 

Bonjour!

 

I hope you’re all safe and well!

 

This week I have put together some ideas for craft & vocabulary activities relating to VE Day, which is a very important date for France too. You can find the activities in the Projects folder. Just click on the rainbow and scroll down. Have fun!

FRENCH HOME LEARNING – WEEK 5 (Monday 27th April – Friday 1st May 2020)

 

YEAR GROUP

TASK

NOTES

 6

I hope you are all safe and well.

This week in French I would like you to continue practising your counting to 100 and play some number games of your choice with someone at home, using your French numbers.

I would also like you to listen to the following French song on YouTube. Watch the original music video and the lyrics video. Make a list of the words you recognise from having learned them before and a list of new words that you can guess the meaning of because they sound/look like English words. Then try and work out what the lyrics might be about. When you feel confident, why not try and sing along?

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Original video

 

Pour Changer le Monde - Lyrics video

 

 

 

 

FRENCH HOME LEARNING – WEEK 4 (Monday 20th – Friday 24th April 2020)

 

YEAR GROUP

TASK

NOTES

 6

I hope you are all well and that you manage to have a good Easter. 

This week, I would like you to practise your times tables in French – it will help you with your rapid recall of times tables in English.

Go through a different table each day.

I would also like you to watch the “Je Veux Apprendre” music video that we started learning in the Autumn:

https://youtu.be/2tDvZaGhchI

Refresh your memory of the lyrics and practise the choreography. You can find the lyrics on this link:

https://youtu.be/Ly-PpX2G4gU

 

 

If you have grown-ups or siblings at home who can count in French, why not challenge them to a game of French Bingo (you will need at least 3 players including yourself). Call out the numbers and see how much they understand. 

 

 

OPTIONAL FRENCH HOME LEARNING

EASTER HOLIDAYS

 

YEAR GROUP

TASK

NOTES

 KS2

During the Easter break, why not research French Easter traditions? What do French children do at Easter that is the same as or different from what we do in the UK? 

You could write a paragraph about what you have found out and illustrate it, or you could look up the French words for “Easter”, “chocolate”, “eggs”, “springtime”, etc… and create an illustrated word mat. 

If you have family in a country other than France, you could draw a picture / write a paragraph about how they celebrate Easter over there. What is Easter called in other languages?

 

Remember you can always take pictures of your work and email them to me on Purple Mash. 

 

Stay safe and keep everyone safe! 

 

 

Task: FRENCH WORDSEARCH. On a piece of A4 plain paper, mark out a 20cmx20cm grid where each box is 1cm x 1cm (use a ruler). This will give you a Wordsearch template. Pick ONE vocabulary topic from our French lessons (examples: months, colours, pets, numbers, etc.) and write that list of words underneath your grid. You can check spellings on Google Translate. Then fill in the boxes with the words from your list (going in any direction) and use random letters for the empty boxes. When your Wordsearch is created, challenge someone in your house to find all your words, and teach them the meaning and pronunciation of the words as they find them. Have fun!
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