Presentation on theme: "WALT: Recognise and use phrases in the past tense with leisure activities. WILF: To be able to see the difference between the present tense and the past."— Presentation transcript:
1WALT: Recognise and use phrases in the past tense with leisure activities. WILF: To be able to see the difference between the present tense and the past tense. You must be able to recognise 3 different tenses for grade C and above.Write translate these sentences:I play footballI watch televisionI listen to musicI skiI go to the swimming poolExtension: add a frequency word to end of these sentences to say how often you do them
2How do we form the past in English? I play >I playedI watch >I watchedIt’s the same in french…to put a verb in the past it has to be changed!…but it’s a little bit more complicated
3J’ai écouté de la musique Note how the phrases are different in each tense.Present TensePast TenseJ’ai joué au footballJe joue au footballJ’ai regardé la téléJe regarde la téléJ’écoute de la musiqueJ’ai écouté de la musiqueJe fais du skiJ’ai fait du skiJe vais à la piscineJe suis allé à la piscine
4There are 3 parts to the past Remember!There are 3 parts to the pastWhat are they?
5This is the recognising part of the WALT Read the on the right and find the French past tense phrases. Translate them into English.This is the recognising part of the WALTExtension: translate the text into English
6WritingWrite a paragraph in French saying what you did last week based on the diary.Extention: Write this diary entry in the third personeg il a regardé la télévision
7Neighbours What three things has your neighbour learnt today? Be prepared to feedback to the class afterwards(Remember you need to show me that they can actually say it in French otherwise how will I know you have learnt it!?)