Claygate - Tues Year 2s - French- Report

     

Claygate - Tues Year 2s - French - Progress Report

CLUB CLAYGATE YEAR TWO
TEACHER CAROLINE MEARES
TERM SPRING 2020

Our aim is to ensure the children understand and learn to love the culture of France and to gain good
listening and speaking skills. We use lively role-play, games, bingos, songs and activities to make French
culture both enjoyable and memorable.
It is a pleasure to teach your children and I hope they enjoy it as much as we do. If you have specific
questions, please see me after the club or send an email to info@childrensclubs.com
FIRST HALF TERM
TOPIC THEMES – Body parts, face, clothes
We started the term with a revision session where we practised comment t’appelles? (what is your
name?), Je m’appelle….(my name is), quel âge as-tu? (how old are you?), j’ai…ans (I am….years old),
comment ça va? (how are you?), ça va bien (I’m well), comme ci comme ça (so-so) and je suis mal
(I’m not good). The children put together some role plays and had conversations with each other in
French.
Then we moved on to drinks le lait (milk), le café (coffee), le jus d’orange (orange juice), le jus de
pommes (apple juice), de l’eau (water), le thé (tea), le limonade (lemonade) and le chocolat chaud
(hot chocolate). We learnt je bois….(I drink).
We then looked at le sandwich and learnt – le pain (bread), fromage (cheese), tomate (tomato),
salade (salad), beurre (butter) and jambon (ham). We learnt dans mon sandwich il y a (in my
sandwich there is….) and je voudrais un sandwich…. (I would like a sandwich).
We finished off the half term by learning how to order breakfast in French je voudrais…. Un croissant
(croissant), pain (bread), beurre (butter) confiture (jam), les cereales (cereals), pain au chocolat.
And we learnt je mange (I eat….) and how to say I like (j’aime) and I don’t like (je n’aime pas).
After half term
After half term we will look at les crêpes (pancakes) for pancake day. We will then move on to la
table/place settings and will learn la verre (glass), l’assiette (plate), la fourchette (fork), le couteau
(knife), la cuillère (spoon) and le bol (bowl). We will finish the term with a Spring topic looking at
how the French celebrate Easter and revising farm animals and pets.
We will also continue to review and build on the topics covered this term.
ALL TERM DATES, REPORTS AND PRESENTATION DATES ARE ON THE WEBSITE www.childrensclubs.com.
Please remember that we expect half a term’s notice if you are not continuing.
We look forward to seeing you next term to continue your journey in French.
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Last updated: 22/05/2020 08:00:04 PM