2First Level Significant Aspects of Learning Use language in a range of contexts and across learningContinue to develop confidence and enthusiasm to communicate using the language being learntDevelop an awareness and understanding of patterns and sounds of languageBegin to develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languagesAppreciate and understand the value of language learningRecognise familiar written words when listeningExplore how gesture, expression and emphasis are used to help understanding.Listen, recognise and respond to familiar voices in short, predictable conversationsUnderstand and respond to familiar spoken vocabularyActively take part in daily routinesListen and join in with stories, song or poemEnjoy engaging with simple and familiar texts on my own and with others using resources to support learningParticipate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role playsTake part in simple, paired conversations about themselves giving simple opinions and asking simple questions
3Vocabulary1. GreetingsBuild into daily routines starting with Bonjour and Au revoir and then gradually adding in more vocabulary as learners progress.Bonjour HelloBonjour tout le monde! Hello everyone!Bonjour Madame! Hello MissBonjour Monsieur! Hello SirSalut! HiOn fait l’appel We will take the registerPrésent Present (for boys)Présente Present (for girls)Absent Absent (for boys)Absente Absent (for girls)Au revoir GoodbyeFais dodo Go to sleepBonne nuit! Good night!Bon week-end Have a nice weekendA demain! See you tomorrow!
9PrésentPrésenteWhen doing the register, to say that you’re present, boys say “Présent” and girls should say “Présente”. When the t at the end of a word is followed by an E is French, the is no longer silent.
10AbsentAbsenteWhen doing the register, to say that you’re present, boys say “Absent” and girls should say “Absente”. When the t at the end of a word is followed by an E is French, the is no longer silent.
16Embedding the language Using the greetings as part of everyday routine in class e.g. Bonjour at the start of everyday, à demain at the end of the day and bon week-end on a Friday at the end of the school day! Do the register in French each morning – teacher says, “on fait l’appel” and pupils respond with “bonjour” or présent(e) and absent(e). Use a Bonjour song and/or an Au revoir song at the start and end of each day.
17Sample activitiesYou will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
18Salutation de la semaine! Activité 1Greeting of the week!Salutation de la semaine!
19Salutation de la semaine! Activité 1Greeting of the week!Salutation de la semaine!Listen to the different ways you can say hello and goodbye in French. Choose the ones you like best and use them all this week both in and out of school!
20Hé!Salut!Coucou means hi there! Hé means HeyBonjour!Coucou!
21mes amis tout le monde! E.g. Hé tout le monde! You can also add on mes amis (my friends) or tout le monde (everyone) if you like! E.g. Hey everyone!E.g. Hé tout le monde!
22Now choose a way of saying goodbye! Au revoir!A bientôtNow choose a way of saying goodbye!Au revoir means goodbye, a bientot means see you soon, Bonne journee means have a good day! And a la prochaine means until next time.A la prochaine!Bonne journée!
23Here are some more ways of saying goodbye! Je m’en vais!A toute à l’heureHere are some more ways of saying goodbye!Au revoir means goodbye, a bientot means see you soon, Bonne journee means have a good day! And a la prochaine means until next time.SalutCiao!
24Salut. Hi. Hé. Hey. Bonjour. Hello. Coucou. Hey there Salut! Hi! Hé! Hey! Bonjour! Hello! Coucou! Hey there! Au revoir Goodbye A bientôt See you soon Bonne journée Have a good day A la prochaine! Until the next time Je m’en vais! I’m outta here A toute à l’heure See you later! Salut! Bye! Ciao! Ciao!
25Bonjour et au revoir dancing! Activité 2Bonjour et au revoir dancing!
26Bonjour et au revoir dancing Pupils walk around the class whilst some French music plays. As they walk around, they should greet each other saying Bonjour!Teacher then plays more lively music and everyone skips and mimes wearing a backpack and waving to each other and saying “à demain!” to each other.Music gets even livelier and pupils now dance about saying “bon week-end!”Lastly the music is sad and they pretend to cry and look sad, waving each other goodbye saying “au revoir!”
27et signez bonjour avec la main! Ecoutez la musique……marchez……dites bonjour...Listen to the music, walk, say hello and wave.The image is a youtube clip you can use for the music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Wy89jH3h8et signez bonjour avec la main!
28et signez au revoir avec la main! Ecoutez la musique…sautillez……dites à demain...Listen to the music, skip, say see you tomorrow and wave goodbye.The image in the top right hand corner is a sample song which you can use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mAtVsA-peset signez au revoir avec la main!
29et signez au revoir avec la main! Ecoutez la musique……dansez……dites bon week-end...Listen to the music, say see you tomorrow and wave goodbye.The image in top right hand corner takes you to cancan music which you can use.et signez au revoir avec la main!
30et signez au revoir avec la main! Ecoutez la musique……pleurez……dites au revoir...Listen to the music, say see you tomorrow and wave goodbye.The image in top right hand corner takes you to cancan music which you can use.et signez au revoir avec la main!
31Greetings and gestures around the world! Activité 3Greetings and gestures around the world!
32Comment dire “bonjour” autour du monde! How to say “hello” around the world! This activity is designed to show examples of different ways of greeting from around the world. Pupils can try each of them out as you go through them and then make up their own at the end.
33Different cultures say hello to each in different ways Different cultures say hello to each in different ways. Not everyone shakes hands like we do in Scotland! Read and listen to the texts about how people greet each other in different countries and test them out in class! Can you create your own class greeting?
38…on fait la bise.We kiss. “Faire la bise” is the verb for the French practice of kissing on either cheek when you meet.
39You can see how many kisses you give in different part of France on the website here. Combien de bises means how many kisses . The numbers of kisses is different in different parts of Europe and France. The link shows the different numbers in different areas.
40Les Maoris en Nouvelle-Zélande… The Maoris in New Zealand
54une salutation de classe! Travaillez en groupeet inventezWork in a group and invent a class greeting. You can ask pupils now to come up with some success criteria about what makes a good greeting for them and then ask them to invent their own in a group. Each of the groups can then present their greeting and the whole class can vote for their favourite one.une salutation de classe!
56Collecting “Hellos!”This activity could be organised in groups and could be run as a competition to see how many “Hellos” each group can find.In this task, pupils work to find as many ways of saying Hello as they can from either in the school or both in and out of school.This could then be used to make a display and could also generate discussion.Some facts on the number of language spoken around the world are included on the next slide!To support pupils with this, you can print off the next slide with vocabulary.
57Les langues du monde!Il y a there is/there are dans in environ about le monde the world parler to speak une langue a language
58Il y a environ 6500 langues parlées dans le monde. There are about 6500 languages spoken in the world. How many can you name?
59Il y a environ 150 langues parlées en Ecosse! There are about 150 languages spoken in Scotland.
60Il y a combien de langues dans ton école? How many languages are there in your school?
61Il y a ____langues parlées dans notre école. There are ____ languages spoken in our school.
62Let’s listen to some examples of different languages from around the world! There are about 6500 languages spoken in the world.
63An Inuit folktale in Inuit and English. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oj_EmJmBVYM
64Russian folktale with English subtitles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jtbSvyET2w
66Songs and videos!You will find a bank of sample songs and videos which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
67Bonjour, Salut song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkQrLXaEOTg Vous voulez chanter? - Do you want to sing?Moi aussi – me tooTu vas bien? = Are you well?
70Au revoir! – song lyrics These go with the song on the next slide La journée est finie! The day is finishedC’est le temps de te dire It’s time to say to youMerci, à la prochaine Thanks, see you next time!Merci, à demain. Thanks, see you tomorrow!Merci, à bientôt! Thanks, see you soon!La journée est finie! The day is finished!C’est le temps de te dire It’s time to say to you!Merci, au revoir! Thanks, goodbye!