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Corpus Christi French - Progress Report

CLUB - CORPUS CHRISTI FRENCH

TEACHER MARIA RODDIS

TERM AUTUMN 2017

PRESENTATION DATE 1st December, 4:15pm (last session)


FIRST HALF TERM

TOPIC THEMES – Les Animaux de la Mer (Sea Animals), Les Animaux de la Forêt (Forest Animals), La Maison (House)

VOCABULARY – The new starters have settled in really well this term. Each lesson we greet
each other in French with “Bonjour! Comment ça va?” “Ça va bien/ça va mal/ ça va comme ci
comme ça.” We have also practiced “Comment t’appelles tu?” “Je m’appelle…” (What is your
name? I am called…) “S’il vous plaît” and “Merci” (please and thank you). We also revise the
numbers and colours in each session. This term we have been learning the following sea
animals – la baleine (whale), le requin (shark), le poisson (fish), la crabe (crab), la sirène
(mermaid!) We then learnt some forest animals – le hibou (owl), le coucou (cuckoo), le loup
(wolf), l’ours (bear), le lapin (rabbit), ‘le cerf’ (deer). We have also been learning the rooms of
the house – la cuisine (kitchen), la chambre (bedroom), la salle de bains (bathroom), le salon
(living room) and the following furniture – la chaise (chair), la table (table), le lit (bed), la lampe (light), le tapis (rug), la télévision (TV), le canapé (sofa), la fenêtre (window), la porte (door), le mur (wall), le toit (roof), le lavabo (sink), la douche (shower).

SONGS – Petit Poisson (CD NO.4)
Dans L’Océan (CD NO.25)
Dans La Forêt Lointaine (CD NO.24)
Dans Sa Maison Un Grand Cerf (CD NO.49)

FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER

TOPIC THEMES – Les Animaux de la Mer (Sea Animals), Les Vacances (Holidays), Vêtements (Clothes)

VOCABULARY – For the rest of the half term we will be learning more sea animals – un dauphin (dolphin), une raie (sting-ray), une hippocampe (seahorse), une méduse (jellyfish), une peiuvre (octopus), un calamar géant (giant squid!) We will also learn the following holiday vocabulary – une valise (suitcase), un maillot de bain (swimming costume), les lunettes de soleil (sun glasses), la glace (ice cream), la plage (beach), une serviette (towel), la crême solaire (sun cream), les coquillages (shells), les châteaux de sable (sand castles). We will then learn the following items of clothing – des chaussures (shoes), des baskets (trainers), des bottes (boots), des chaussettes (socks), une robe (dress), un pull (jumper), un tee-shirt, une jupe (skirt), un pantalon (trousers), un short (shorts), une cravate (tie), un chapeau (hat), une casquette (cap), une écharpe (scarf), un manteau (coat), une veste/un blouson (jacket), des gants (gloves), un pyjama, des lunettes (glasses) and we will also be learning the phrases – je mets (I am putting on) and je porte (I am wearing).

SONGS – La Danse Des Nombres (CD NO.8)
Petit Papa Noël (CD NO.50)
Vive Le Vent (CD NO.52)

FESTIVALS – Noël (Christmas)
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