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Compelling Learning Experiences N Brown
The New Secondary Curriculum Best practice Joined up thinking.. joined up learning Skills Do what is right for the students Exciting opportunities
LMLM Rhythm, rhyme, reason Jai Tu as ILa Elle Nous avons Vous avez Is ont Elles ont Pink panther
MDMD La Science Cross curriculum
M PLTS Personal Learning Thinking Skills
JDJD Cultural dimensions Art is everywhere Colour wheel Word art
VFVF Spanglovision Learning beyond the classroom
S Maths on your hands Functional skills
DSDS Alternative Qualifications Horses for Courses New GCSE
What did the letters stand for? Questions?
(to have pain, ache, be hurt…)
LE PASSE COMPOSE (the sequel)
Conception: Martin Pierre Trottier, Present ( affirmative ) Ihave You have He has She has Ithas We have You have Theyhave Jai Tu as Il a Elle.
What have you done?! Well, thats just PERFECT!!!
Le passé composé.
Le passé composé J’ai commandé un café I ordered a coffee.
Using the past tense Step One: er verbs. You need a marker board. Write down all of the subjects (Je, Tu, etc.)
Le verbe AVOIR au présent
CONJUGATION OF VERBS avoir être faire. Présent Avoir -to have Jai – I have Nous avons – We have Tu as –You have Vous avez – You have Il a - He has Ils.
French 2 Avoir & Avoir Expressions Review. Write the names of the following items in French : Map Trash can Window Poster White board.
Cross curriculum opportunities N Brown. The New Secondary Curriculum Best practice Joined up thinking.. joined up learning Skills Do what is right for.
Le passé composé des verbes reguliers.
Quest-ce que vous voyez ? (What do you see?). Un grand-père et un petit-fils.
Cest un verbe irrégulier Remember, irregular verbs do NOT follow a typical pattern, so the regualer endings (-e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent) do NOT apply.
AVOIR “to have”.
Retournez au début! Click on one of the six subjects!
Avoir- to have. Use it to say that someone has something. E.g. He has a pen or I have a book. Il a un stylo. J ai un livre. JaiNous avons Tu asVous avez.
Managing the accreditation pathways from the Leavers Programme in special schools to further education and training.
THE FUTURE (TENSE, THAT IS!!).
Le Passé Composé avec Avoir. Objective You will be able to form the passé composé of regular –er, -re, and –ir verbs that use avoir.
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