In the first week back which will be a shortened week, we leave behind the excitement of Christmas, and find time to reflect on our future. This will give us the chance to revisit the two future tenses as well as the language seen in September on hobbies and in November on health.
Use this sentencebuilder on New Year's resolutions to revise for the week 3 assessment
Teachvid - interactive video practice-log on with google details.
We will use this second sentence builder to practise the 'futur simple'
Sentence builder on the New Year and our resolutions here.
The importance of languages and where they can take you is the topic for this week.
We will be revisiting the use of 'on peut' to talk about all the possibilities that they can open up to you.
If clauses will be practised to lend complexity to your language.
Click on the photo above for sentencebuilder practice and there is Quizlet on the button below. A PDF of the sentencebuilder is provided here.
If I did then I would
Si je choisissais le français, je pourrais travailler en France
We have our first assessment this week so revise vocabulary from Week 1-2. Please revise too using this Wordwall challenge.
Further practice activities here reiterate the importance of languages. Please watch this video as well.
The test is based on the first New Year's resolution sentencebuilder so revise mainly with that one.
What are you going to do after school and where will you be in 10 years? , these are the questions we are working on.
Click on photo above for main sentencebuilder.
Main lesson resources are here as a PDF
We will be developing our understanding of Si and Quand clauses and learning about the double future.
Practise them here
Joing Mr O'Neill's Padlet here when asked to.
Continuing our topic of the future careers, we will be learning this week to talk about each other's suitability for different jobs.
Click on photo for the sentencebuilder.
This will see us revising how to talk about our character and interests.
Comme je me suis toujours passionné pour les animaux, je pourrais devenir véterinaire
We have our second assessment this week so revise vocabulary from Week 4-5
Revise sentencebuilders 30-32 from the Knowledge Organiser above if you want to be really prepared for this topic.
A typical school day is the topic we will be revisiting this week. Please click on the picture above for sentencebuilder practice or on the button below for Quizlet vocabulary practice.
The present tense of regular 'er', 'ir' and 're' verbs is the grammatical focus this week. Please learn the patterns.
e es e
is is it
ds ds d
Practice activities on my typical school day :
Reading comprehension activity
Reading comprehension booklet
We are learning this week to describe ours schools past, present and ideal using a range of different adjectives.
1. Practise recognising the vocabulary here
2. Reading and writing Sentencebuilder competition for all classes here.
3. Practice recognition and spellings of the vocabulary here.
Revision practice activity on key verbs here
This week will see us revising content from the last 2 weeks or five lessons. The assessment will be a test on the key verbs aller, faire, avoir and être as well as the regular 'er' pattern.
A Blooket challenge here will allow you to practise the voabulary needed.
This week we will be reflecting on our test from last week.
Some classes will be learning the '-ir' conjugation.
Rules-where would we be without them?
1 A sentencebuilder competition for all classes is here
2 Practise the meanings of the vocabulary chunks here
avoir être and faire are non-negotiable verbs so we will spend some time practising them and committing them to memory. Click on the picture to learn them using Quizlet.
If you know 'avoir' and 'faire', then there a great many expressions you can use. Practise 32 common ones on the Quizlet below.
We focus this week on fiddly reflexive verbs. Practise them here
We will also be looking this week at how the speaking test works so expect lots of practice using these resources here