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Half-Term: Y5/6 Autumn B Subject: French: Les vêtements - Clothes Wk Fwk Refs Learning
Support /Extension 13
(to be delivered in conjunction with lesson 14)
Ask and answer questions
Read and understand a range of written phrases
Read some familiar words aloud and pronounce them accurately
Compare symbols, objects and products which represent their own culture with those of another country
Make simple sentences and short texts
Re-read frequently a variety of short texts
un costume – a suit
une cravate – a tie
une veste – a jacket
un chapeau melon – a bowler hat
où habite-t-il ? where does he live?
en Angleterre – in England
à Londres – in London
en Espagne – in Spain
en Ecosse – in Scotland
en Inde – in India
en Hollande – in Holland
(aux Pays-Bas – in the Netherlands)
en France – in France
en Autriche – in Austria
au Japon – in Japan
une robe à frous-frous – a frilly dress
un kilt – a kilt
un béret – a beret
un kimono – a kimono
un short en cuir – leather shorts
des sabots - clogs
1. Show picture on ppt slide 2 of English city gent. Ask qu: Qu’est-ce qu’il porte?
Teach new language as needed.
2. Ask: Où habite-t-il?
Prompt : en Angleterre ? à Londres
3. Show ppt slide 3 of Spanish flamenco dancer. Ask: qu’est-ce qu’elle porte?
Où habite-t-elle ? En Angleterre ou en Espagne ?
4. Show country word cards and read to pupils – can they work out which country they are in English? Check together.
Practise sound-spelling links. Issue groups of pupils with a set of country words. Ask them to find countries with the following sounds and hold up the card as quickly as possible:
an (Angleterre / France / Hollande)
5. Return to ppt slide 2. Repeat qu: Où habite-t-il? Using large sentence cards, make sentence : Il / habite / en / Angleterre.
Repeat with ppt slide 3, changing country and il to elle.
6. Continue ppt with slides 4-9. Pupils make sentences in pairs for each slide and share in class, asking and answering the qu: Où habite-t-il? / -elle?
7. Issue worksheet matching exercise (C’est quel pays?). Pupils read description of clothes on left and match to the country on the right.
Country word cards
Sets of country word cards – enough for one set per group of pupils
Large sentence cards
Small sentence cards – enough for one set per pair of pupils
Worksheet: C’est quel pays?
Renind pupils of Où habites-tu ? J’habite à …
Ext : why are most countries ‘en’ (fem) but some are ‘au’ (masc) or ‘aux’ (plural)? Can pupils think of another country which might be plural (States – aux Etats-Unis)
Pupils can be asked to attempt pronunciation in pairs first applying knowledge of sound-spelling links
Use pupils to ‘make’ the human sentence as this will reinforce the changes. Opportunities for reinforcement / cross-curricular:
Geography – pupils label a map of the world using the French names for the countries they have learned. Ext - look up new countries in the dictionary
Recognise patterns in the foreign language
Use knowledge of word and text conventions to build sentences
Develop accuracy in pronunciation and intonation
Apply knowledge of rules when building sentences
Make predictions based on existing knowledge
Use language known in one context or topic in another context or topic
Use a dictionary
Pronounce / read aloud unknown words
Look for visual and aural clues
A West Sussex approach to a scheme of work