In our first half-term of French we will be:
The numbers provide ample opportunity for us to revisit the key vowel sounds used in French
In terms of grammar we will practising how to express future plans and wishes as well as reasons for wanting to visit countries
To further our cultural understanding we will be learning about holiday destinations in France.
We have our first assessment this week so revise vocabulary from Week 1-3
Click here for Sentencebuilder practice
Click here for Sentencebuilder practice.
Extra practice here with Wordwall challenge.
In our second half-term of French we will be:
In terms of grammar we will be
We are practising how to give and justify our opinions on tv show and films.
Click here for Sentencebuilder practice. Some quite intricate bits here so be careful.
We have our third assessment this week so revise vocabulary from Week 7-9. You will need to translate some French sentences into English to show you know the vocabulary we have been practising.
Use the Quizlet below to practise translation sentences.
We will be using our knowledge of opinions and past tenses to talk about our music tastes.
Sentencebuilder practice here
Watch a French pop video and learn about the imparfait. Film yourself doing the dance for a P4!
Online lesson. Click here to answer and submit. Enter only Initial and Surname.
The assessment will be a piece of writing in which you write about what you like to watch, the books you read and the music you like. All of the recent vocabulary will feed into this assessment piece. You will be writing around 50 words.
Very popular in France now, Stromae is one of the most successful artists in France. His name is an anagram of Maestro-this is an example of Verlan, slang where teeenagers swap arounds syllables of words. The song is about an absent father Papa, où tu es?
This album takes me back to my summer at university in Lille. Put on your écouteurs, dim the lights and drift off to their soft electronic soundscapes.
French vocalist with a breathy, measured style whose self-penned songs blended the chanteuse tradition with folk, early rock, sultry jazz, and blues. Another of my favourites.