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un chien un éléphant un singe un serpent une grenouille un chameau une girafe un lion
orange vert jaune rouge bleu Un pantalon Un tee- shirt Un gantUn pullUn chapeau Click the square to find 2 yeux, 2 oreilles, 1 nez & 1 bouche
regarde Que fait le chien? homme. Le l chien
pas est mangée par Le singe mange la banane. le singe. La banane n'
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Pasqua Adapted by B Cheded from original by Jo Rhys-Jones.
Using ICT to support language teaching (& to make your life a little easier!) Jo Rhys-Jones, January 2010.
Maths games for languages The following slides are designed to practice numbers in French (though you could easily adapt them to Spanish or German) They.
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Some Maths games Jo Rhys-Jones, Primary Languages Consultant.
CLOTHES AND AJECTIVES. Adjectives are used to describe a word For example: a little dress a yellow t-shirt.
Le corps Click the button to begin. Question 1 Le dos La main La tête Le nez Help ! ? The head.
WALT: to learn the colours WILF: Be able to say colours in French (Level 2a) Be able to use colours as adjectives with pets (Level 3a) Be able to use “agreements”
Les vêtements et les couleurs. Can you remember what makes colours special in French?
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Standards: NSPE #1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities NSPE #6: Values physical.
LUniforme Scolaire WALT: To talk about school uniform WILF: To describe your uniform accurately with agreements for level 4.
French 2 Le Corps W draw tool. To use draw tool: FIRST GUESS THE FRENCH WORD. THEN HAVE THE FRENCH WORD ON THE SCREEN.. Right Click. Select POINTER OPTIONS.
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Extending sentences using core structures for KS2 French (based on the Hampshire End-of-Year 6 Transfer Agreement for Languages) Jo Rhys-Jones March 2011.
The Red Carpet Project: French 2. Stewie Griffin Il porte un pantalon rouge. Il porte des baskets bleus. Il la tete enourmas. Il porte une chemise juane.
QCA Unit 4 Portraits section 2 colours Instructions for using these slides & attaching soundfiles if desired are in the notes pages beneath each slide.
Numbers in the woods Objective: to recap numbers, singular and plural nouns.
OBJRVBMBBNRVG. Qu’est-ce que tu vas faire? – What are you going to do? Qu’est-ce que tu vas porter? – What are you going to wear? Je vais porter… – I.
A case study in Experience Together Computing Design Team Whoomp! There It Is Miguel Bejar, Kate Dramstad, Marco Morales, Rachel Strubhar-Masick.
Instructions Start Game Quit V O E P M N K U G L A T J Q R H D S F H.
Le corps Click the button to begin. Question 1 Le dos La main La tête Le nez Au secours ! ? The head.
Bienvenue 4/5 term 3 wk6 The next two lessons (week 6 and 7) are based on Unit 2 BC French. Section 1 physical traits workbook and unit sections will answer.
By Brittany Salikin And Tessa Hansen. Colours are adjectives We use colours to describe various things Colours always come after the word that they describe.
Test On top of Behind In front of Underneath In/inside Sur Derrière Devant Sous Dans.
Les vêtements Year 9 Click on the arrow to go onto the next page.
Au parc dattractions QCDA Unit 23 Section 1 Jo Rhys-Jones, April 2010.
Petit(e)(s) The extra e is used when describing one female. The extra s is used when describing more than one. Adjective: A word that describes a noun.
Adjective placement Grammaire. Il y a 2 genres dadjectifs Those that come after the noun they describe. (The majority) Those that come before the noun.
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Le corps Objective: to be able to name some parts of the body Use wordref.com Label the head Look at the presentation & copy down new vocabulary C’est.
Le date Les Couleurs L/O: 1.To learn different colors in French 2. To understand how to make adjectives agree with nouns.
orange blanc noir rougevert jaune gris violet pourpre bleu marron brun rose Les couleurs Click on the blue face to see all the colours appearing Ecoute.
Instructions Start Game Quit. E C P I E FF OB CB I W S TP R L HL TR A RM Quit S O.
AdjectivesAdjectives And word order. Starter What is a “noun”? What is an “adjective”?
Using French colors to describe animals. Noir Pronounced nwar.
Asking for specific information Comment demander des informations précises.
Jai mal chanson Steps to Success: Be able to recognise the body parts when you hear them Be able to say them to a partner Understand about using adjectives.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Objectives: Learn the use of the negative and the interrogative form in the past tense.
Les couleurs. blanc blanche noir noire bleu bleue.
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