Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Before you start: Open PowerPoint Click Tools Click Options Click Security Tag Click Macro Security Select Medium Close and re-open PowerPoint (you wont.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Before you start: Open PowerPoint Click Tools Click Options Click Security Tag Click Macro Security Select Medium Close and re-open PowerPoint (you wont."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 Before you start: Open PowerPoint Click Tools Click Options Click Security Tag Click Macro Security Select Medium Close and re-open PowerPoint (you wont have to do any of that again, but when prompted click on enable macros at start- up next time)

3 Phonic starter activities for KS3 French - to improve reading, writing, speaking & listening The following slides are in no particular order and are designed to be used one per lesson as a starter activity. This is a compilation of resources created by myself and also Lynn Erler & Julie Prince or sourced from the Internet - for example from rosaespanola on the TES forum or shared by the very generous members of the Yahoo MFL Resources group Jo Rhys-Jones, Hampshire, 2009

4 Why? Statutory POS for KS3 updated 2007: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings In addition the renewed KS3 Framework KAL strand 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

5 YouTube explanation of how and why we need to learn the alphabet in French /watch?v=yk3tsgCq7 OU

6 c canard Cendrillon cigarette Coco Chanel curieux carton intercepter voici Listen carefully to these words – now can you work out what the rule is for how to pronounce c in French? clue – look carefully at the letter that follows the c POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

7 Phoneme on Make your mouth into an o shape, now try to say on but do not move your tongue. (In English when we say 'on' the tip of your tongue touches the roof of the mouth - in French it does not) Touch the sides of your nose gently as you say 'on' and you will feel that this sound is made in your nose and not in your mouth. Do you any other nasal sounds in French? POS: 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation

8 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

9 j comme Jérome jouet jeudi jaune Bonjour BUT le Jazz, le jogging un job POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling What do the last words all have in common? Extension: Can you think of French phrases we use in English with the soft j sound? (for example déjà vu)

10 e, eu You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

11 r comme radioactivité requin rythme rouge brochette But at then end of a word, if added to an e the sound is pronounced é regarder. Competition: Which group can list 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and an adverb all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

12 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

13 b comme bébé banane bambou le baby-foot début un pub Competition: Which group can list a fruit, a vegetable, a boys name (French), a girls name (French) and a country all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

14 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Cant sing – no worries, this fits to the US marching chant which was also used for the my mate marmite ad. POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelations hip between sounds & writing.. underpinnin g principles such as common letter strings

15 Listen & watch this video F6E8MbDs and pass an object around the class when you hear the in / ain sound KS3 Framework 1.2 Developing capability & confidence in listening. sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

16 v comme vélo voiture vache vider Bravo ouvert avec POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: Which group can list 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and an adverb all beginning with this letter ?

17 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

18 er, é, ez = English sound ay manger chantez café février aller levez-vous nez Test your partner reading these words aloud. Record yourself if possible. Can you find 10 more words with each of these spellings and the same sound? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

19 ch Pair/group challenge: How many words can you write down in English with this spelling in 2 minutes? Divide the words into groups according to how they sound – what do you notice? POS 2.1c – use knowledge of English when learning the target language

20 z se bronzer gazon zèbre bizarre But levez-vous nez What happens to the z when added to e as in the examples above? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

21 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters 9

22 oi – like the English wha in whack poisson oiseau toi et moi froid les devoirs Test your partner reading these words aloud. Record yourself if possible. Can you find 10 more words with this sound? Put each word into a sentence. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

23 é, ai er, et, ez You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

24 On Les lettres on sont ensemble pour produire un son nasal. cochon oncle ongle on ronron List 20 more words in French with the on grapheme. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

25 t comme télé tournesol tête un bifteck théâtre It is silent at the very end of a word; doigt tout Competition: Which group can list a fruit, a vegetable, a boys name (French), a girls name (French) and a country all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

26 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

27 -ill where does the l sound go? Il y a des coquillages. Les filles sont gentilles. Une glace à la vanille And now add an u feuille écureuil Listen carefully to your teacher saying these words. Can you hear the l? What happens when the u is added? Write 5 more sentences containing a word with one of these letter strings. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

28 Do not show this slide to the class. Read the poem aloud and ask the class to write down how many times they hear the on phoneme. Who was right? Ah bon! Du poisson? Non. Du jambon? Non. Des champignons? Non. Du melon? Non! Alors quoi donc? Des cornichons! Ah bon! KS3 Framework 1.2 sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

29 Listen & watch this video -po While it sounds right, there are mistakes in the lyrics as they appear on screen – can you spot them? POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

30 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters 5/12

31 u You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

32 KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters Click once, then move image to the correct island, click once more to leave it there.

33 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

34 Listen & watch this video UqjuE&feature=PlayList&p= CEBD E77DD&index=0&playnext=1 and pass an object around the class when you hear the er/ez/é sound KS3 Framework 1.2 Developing capability & confidence in listening. sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

35 m comme magnifique serrer la main mère mercredi la mort But the m is not pronounced and becomes a nasal sound when combined with am, im, and om; Jai faim. Competition: Which group can list 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and an adverb all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

36 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

37 Sound posters Choose a specific grapheme (for example et) & design a poster to help people remember how it sounds You could write down words which use that grapheme & highlight it, put pictures on, etc. POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

38 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

39 An alphabet rap narios/scenario1/index.html?scenario=1&group= 6&activity=12&totalactivities=20http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/flbla/html/sce narios/scenario1/index.html?scenario=1&group= 6&activity=12&totalactivities=20 POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

40 Predict the spelling Using Mini whiteboards Tell the students that youre going to say a word and they have to try & write it down correctly. They have to really listen to the whole word. Start with shorter, simple words, then move onto more complex vocabulary. KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

41 i, y You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

42 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

43 Where are the silent letters in this tongue twister? Six souris Sans soucis Sortent de leurs six trous. Quand le chat Vit tout ça. Sen fut chercher six chats. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

44 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters 10

45 eu sound ère sound

46 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z In English, some of the names of the letters of the alphabet rhyme with each other – for example B and C. Is the same true in French? How many patterns can you discover? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

47 a a à â Rounded lips, mouth quite open, tongue flat Papa va à la gare. tata chat âge mama quatre cahier ami lala Ahh!

48 KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters Click once, then move image to the correct island, click once more to leave it there.

49 Les fantômes se cachent, Sans qu'on le sache - On ne peut pas les voir Ni à la lumière, ni dans le noir. Les fantômes n'ont pas de liberté, Leur vie est hantée Dans des maisons cassées, Ils ne peuvent pas se sauver. Allez, donnez-leur la liberté, Ils vont vous saluer Avec le plaisir d'être libres, Maintenant ils peuvent vivre. Show this slide to the class. Ask the class to write down how many times they hear the on phoneme. Now read it to them and count. Who was right?

50 o, au, eau, ô You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

51 Silent letters in French chat père vert chats La tortue verte ne marche pas vite. Jaime mon chat. verte POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing

52 Key sound posters ballet chef Design a key sound poster that exploits our knowledge of English to help remember a French word.

53 « Je suis ce que je suis et si je suis ce que je suis, qu'est- ce que je suis? » Virelangue (tongue twister) -you have 5 minutes to practise then challenge a team to see who can say it the fastest. POS 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation

54 KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters Click once, then move image to the correct island, click once more to leave it there.

55 20 key phonemes in French Vowels a â à quatre chats é er ez et es ée mes frisés i ie it is oui Mimi Consonants u Lulu qu qui quelle o ô au eau beau dodo Quest-ce que ç s français, question ou tous les jours s maison e eu oeu le cheveu g (+a, o, u) gâteau è ai ei mère j gi gé ge jaune Gigi oi toi et moi géographie rouge -il -ill ail famille u un un oon om bon gn montagne in em ein eim ain aim lapin en em an am blanc Now try: lécureuil POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

56 a, à, â You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

57 on : nasal sound - but when do you say the n? bonbons ils vont chez Mme Dupont But bonne marronnier monter With a partner, can you think of any more in just 2 minutes? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

58 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

59 e comme Europe deux Le genou cheval de Remember that when e is added to the end of a word, you pronounce the final consonant. porte Competition: Which group can list 10 words with the e sound first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

60 A B C ç D E é ê è F G H I J K L M N O ôœ P Q R S T U û V W X Y Z Do you know how to pronounce your letters in French? Which ones can be silent? When? POS: 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation

61 n nez nouage nager sirène But remember when coupled with an, in or on the n is not pronounced and the sound becomes nasal as in bonjour POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: Which group can list a fruit, a vegetable, a boys name (French), a girls name (French) and a country all beginning with this letter first?

62 é comme éléphant février télévision décembre Jai mangé (perfect tense) Remember - without an accent its a caff, with an accent its a café Quick tip - hold down Ctrl and Alt and press e at the same time to get an é in most documents. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: List words containing é in 2 minutes. Extension: What other ways are there to write this sound?

63 ou You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

64 f comme fantôme fantastique fenêtre sportif, neuf Did you notice that this is a letter that you do pronounce at the end of a word? Another way to write this sound is with ph éléphant, téléphone, physique, POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: Find 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and one adverb containing f and the same for ph Extension: What happens to the f sound in these phrases? Why? Il est neuf heures. Il est sportif et beau.

65 ou au / o eu POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

66 « Un chasseur sachant chasser sait chasser sans son chien de chasse. » Virelangues (tongue twister) -you have 5 minutes to practise then challenge a team to see who can say it the fastest. POS 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation

67 an, am, en, em, -ent, -ant, ean You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this nasal sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

68 Phoneme song a comme quatre chats é comme mes frisés i comme oui Mimi u comme Lulu o comme beau dodo ou comme tous les jours e comme le cheveu è comme ma mère oi comme moi L.Erler 2005 POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

69 i comme Italie Italie hippopotame Fifi patisserie musique But remember that when i is added to certain other letters a new sound is created – in; oi; ai; impossible Competition: Which group can list 10 words with the i sound first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

70 Barbara a un chat les rats! © L.Erler 2005 qui aime Challenge: Design a sound poster for one particular sound, but in a sentence. KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

71 u comme université This sound does not exist in English, try pursing your lips into a small o as if you are whistling and then try to say ee without moving your lips. tortue La lune musique When u is added to another vowel a new sound is created; ou – rouge (more of an oo sound) au – (more of an o sound) eu –as in deux, neuf Competition:Which group can list 10 words with the u sound first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

72 Listen & watch this video 4t6Y&feature=related and pass an object around the class when you hear the oi sound KS3 Framework 1.2 Developing capability & confidence in listening. sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

73 Distinguish between sounds Stick up to 4 pieces of paper with a different grapheme on in the corners of the room. When the teacher says a word in the target language, the children have to point to the right corner to show which sound theyve heard. Extend this to reading out a poem. POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

74 ê comme être tête fête bête Another way to write this sound is with è mère, père, frère, chèvre POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: How many words containing ê or è can you list in 2 minutes? Extension: Can you work out what letter in the English translations of words containing ê is missing?

75 in, im, ein, eim, ain, aim, (i) en, (o)in You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this nasal sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

76 s comme S.O.S. espionnage soupe serpent Restaurant What happens when the s is sandwiched by two vowels? - rose, désert, And at the end of a word? - frais, corps POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: Which group can list 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and an adverb all beginning with this letter first?

77 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

78 l comme lapin loup lundi lentement belle Moulin And at the end of a word is often silent gentil POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling Competition: Which group can list 3 nouns, 2 adjectives, 2 verbs and 2 adverbs all beginning with this letter?

79 in – nasal sound: do not move tongue! lapin jardin interdit main pain intelligent Test your partner reading these words aloud. Record yourself if possible. Can you find 10 more words with this sound? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

80 on, om, (i)on, -ons You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this nasal sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

81 Listen & watch this video JNmI&feature=related and pass an object around the class when you hear the er/ez/é sound KS3 Framework 1.2 Developing capability & confidence in listening. sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

82 ch chien Chopin chocolat chuchoter But Christophe (some names) Cholestérol (some scientific terms) What do each of these words mean? Write a sentence for each one. Now find 5 more words with a ch spelling in French. POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

83 « Pauvre petit pêcheur, prend patience pour pouvoir prendre plusieurs petits poissons.» Virelangues (tongue twister) -you have 5 minutes to practise then challenge a team to see who can say it the fastest. POS 2.2d use correct pronounciation & intonation

84 est – a high frequency word with unusual pronunciation. Il est content. Elle est contente. Cest un éléphant. Cest interdit. Ce nest pas juste! Listen carefully to your teacher saying these words. When can you hear the s? What about the t? Write 5 more example sentences. POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings

85 p comme pélican peinture père la soupe le parapluie But usually silent at the very end of a word; loup Competition: Which group can list a fruit, a vegetable, a boys name (French), a girls name (French) and a country all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

86 Des Syllables How many syllables are there in each word? Example: voilà ___2___ 1. bonjour __ ____ 2.Merci ______ 3Je ______ 4appelle ______ 5numéro ______ 6lisez _____ 7lalphabet _____ 8ballon _____ 9papa _____ 10blanc _____ 11. parasol ______ 12. soupe _____ 13. bébé _____ 14. couleur _____ 15. quatre _____ 16. numéro _____ 17. chocolat _____ 18. chats _____ 19. avril _____ 20. jaime ______ KS3 Framework 4.1 Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

87 What happens to t when followed by an ie or io? station service télécommunications patience ventilation Listen carefully to your teacher saying these words. What happens to the t sound? Can you find 5 more examples? Do you notice anything about these words? Clue – think about word origins POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

88 un, um You have 5 minutes to see how many words you can collect with this nasal sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

89 adding s – plurals les mes des tes ses chats BUT un ours What do each of these words mean? Write a sentence for each word. Can you think of other ways of making a noun plural in French? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

90

91 d comme déjeuner dauphin danser dentiste demander le monde But usually silent at the very end of a word; grand Competition: Which group can list a fruit, a vegetable, a boys name (French), a girls name (French) and a country all beginning with this letter first? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

92 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

93 e before a double consonant Elle est très belle. Où sont mes lunettes? Elle est parisienne. Ma chandelle est morte, je nai plus de feu. Listen carefully to your teacher saying these words. Can you hear the e? What other ways do you know of writing this sound in French? (Clue in first example) Extension: Where does the last example come from? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spellingfore a double consonant

94 è, ère, air, ei You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

95 What sound links these French words? KS3 Framework 4.1 KAL Letters & sounds: apply knowledge of common letter strings, sound patterns, accents & other characters

96 g gorille géant gigantesque Gigi guitare garçon manger gigoter Listen carefully to these words – now can you work out what the rule is for how to pronounce g in French? clue – look carefully at the letter that follows the g POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

97 Listen & watch this video &ei=eh_rSqizOoS6 lQfcm9mgBg&q=savez+vous+planter+les+ choux&hl=en# and pass an object around the class when you hear the ou sound KS3 Framework 1.2 Developing capability & confidence in listening. sustain perseverance & concentration when listening…

98 en, en, on – nasal sounds pantalon chanson enfant maman dans vent Test your partner reading these words aloud. Record yourself if possible. Can you find 10 more words with this sound? How many of these words can you include in one sentence? POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

99 oi, oy You have 5 minutes to see how many French words you can collect with this sound : POS: 2.1a identify patterns in the target language, including pronunciation & spelling

100 Which letters make a liaison (roll into the next word)? Six souris Sans soucis Sortent de leurs six trous. Quand le chat Vit tout ça. Sen fut chercher six chats. POS 3b the study of languages should include the interrelationship between sounds & writing.. underpinning principles such as common letter strings


Download ppt "Before you start: Open PowerPoint Click Tools Click Options Click Security Tag Click Macro Security Select Medium Close and re-open PowerPoint (you wont."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google