Choose a country to research. It could be somewhere you have been to or lived, or a country that you want to find out more about. Find out some basic facts about it, for example, what the flag looks like, the name of the capital city, typical foods, famous people, sports teams, population etc. You also need to find out what language(s) is spoken in your chosen country, and some examples of words or phrases in that language. Use your research to make a A4 poster about your country.
Your poster must:
Write your full name and class on the back of your entry. Hand in to Mrs Walker, Mrs Miele (yr 7) or your class teacher by Friday 24th June
Posters will be judged by Languages teachers from Droitwich High School on the languages day on 29th June
French Club starts on Tuesday 21st September from 3pm - 4pm. We will be doing activities, games and songs to practice our French. If you would like to attend, please ask your parents/carers to sign you up on Parent pay.
Welcome to all new year 5 pupils. I am looking forward to meeting you over the next week. We are going to be doing lots of exciting things in French in the first few weeks, including learning French vowels sounds, singing a greetings song, and playing some games to help us with French numbers!
If you want to get a head start, the song we are using to practice vowel sounds is below - try singing along!
Autumn Term 2020
Some of the things we are learning in year 5 French this term:
We will learn the sounds of letters and combinations of letters so that we can pronounce new French words
Building on first school learning in French, we will give greetings and have short conversations
We will learn to count in French or increase how far we can count
We will learn some key forms of verbs, eg j'ai, je suis
We will learn to pick out key ideas from short stories and songs in French
Have Fun with French
As well as doing your home learning, you could try some of these fun activities at home to practise your French
Find a mix of songs by Alain le lait on you tube by clicking on the link below. Songs about numbers, greetings, parts of the body etc. Find one you like and try singing along
Click the link below for some fun French games. Choose your game type, choose a topic and see what you can do!