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Summer CLUB CORPUS CHRISTI FRENCH

TEACHER MARIA PERRYMAN

TERM SUMMER 2017

PRESENTATION DATE


FIRST HALF TERM

TOPIC THEMES – Revision of Numbers 1 – 30, En Ville (around town), Les Insectes (insects), Au Marche (at the market), Les Légumes

VOCABULARY – The new starters have settled in really well this term. Each lesson we practise the following greetings with each other: “Bonjour!” “Salut!” (Hello) “Comment ça va?” (How are you?) “Ça va bien/ça va mal/ça va comme ci comme ça” (I’m good/I’m not good/I’m OK.) “Combien de garçons/de filles en clase?” (How many girls/boys in the class?) And we count - Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre, Cinq, Six, Sept, Huit, Neuf, Dix, Onze, Douze… We have been learning the names of places around town – ‘la banque’ (bank), ‘le supermarché’ (supermarket), ‘l’école’ (school), ‘l’hôpital’ (hospital), ‘la gendarmerie’ (police station), ‘l’hôtel’, ‘la librarie’, ‘la floriste’. Next we learnt the following insects – ‘la fourmi’ (ant), ‘le papillon’ (butterfly), ‘la coccinelle’ (ladybird), ‘l’araignée’ (spider), ‘la sauterelle’ (grasshopper), ‘la moustique’ (mosquito), ‘la mouche’ (fly), ‘le cafard’ (cockroach). We then learnt the following vegetables – ‘la carotte’, ‘le chou’ (cabbage), ‘la tomate’, ‘le radis’ (radish), ‘le champignon’ (mushroom), ‘des petits pois’ (peas), ‘la pomme de terre’ (potato), ‘le poireau’ (leek), ‘du maïs’ (corn), ‘l’oignon’ (onion), ‘la courgette’, ‘des brocolis’. Next we practised buying food at the market using the following vocabulary - ‘les fruits’, ‘les légumes’ (fruit and vegetables), ‘la laitue’ (lettuce), ‘des fleurs’ (flowers), ‘je voudrais’ (I would like…), ‘c’est combien?’ (How much is it?)

SONGS – Une Araignée Sur Le Plancher (CD NO.21)
Rock de Supermarché (CD NO.34)
Savez-Vous Planter Les Chous? (CD NO.33)


FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER

TOPIC THEMES – Revision of Numbers 1 – 30, Le Transport, Les Animaux Sauvages (Wild Animals), Les Sentiments (Feelings)

VOCABULARY – For the rest of the term we will cover different forms of transport – ‘une moto’ (motorbike), ‘une mobylette’ (scooter), ‘une camionette’ (van), ‘un autobus’ (bus), ‘un taxi’, ‘Un car’ (coach), ‘un camion’ (lorry), ‘un train’, ‘une voiture de pompier’ (fire engine), ‘one voiture de police’ (police car), ‘une ambulance’, ‘un hélicoptère’, ‘un avion’ (plane), ‘un bateau’ (boat), ‘un vélo’ (bike), ‘une fusée’ (rocket!) We will then learn the following wild animals – ‘le singe’ (monkey), ‘le crocodile’, ‘le lion’, ‘la girafe’, ‘le serpent’, ‘le tigre’, ‘le perroquet’ (parrot), ‘le zèbre’ (zebra), ‘le kangourou’. Next we will start to learn how to talk about how we are feeling – ‘je suis en colère’ (I am angry), ‘je suis triste’ (I am sad), ‘je suis heureux/heureuse / je suis content/contente’ (I am happy), ‘j’ai faim’ (I am hungry), ‘j’ai peur’ (I am scared), ‘je suis fatigué’ (I am tired), ‘je m’ennuie’ (I am bored).


SONGS – Au fond de la Jungle (CD NO.23)
A Quelle Heure Part Le Train? (CD NO.42)
Si Tu As Soif ou Faim (CD NO.15)




TEACHER MARIA PERRYMAN

TERM SPRING 2017

FIRST HALF TERM

TOPIC THEMES – Numbers 1 – 30, La Maison (house), Les Fruits (fruits)

VOCABULARY – The new starters have settled in really well this term. Each lesson we practise the following greetings with each other: “Bonjour!” “Salut!” (Hello) “Comment ça va?” (How are you?) “Ça va bien/ça va mal/ça va comme ci comme ça” (I’m good/I’m not good/I’m OK.) “Combien de garçons/de filles en clase?” (How many girls/boys in the class?) And we count - Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre, Cinq, Six, Sept, Huit, Neuf, Dix, Onze, Douze… We have been learning the different rooms in the house (‘les pièces’) – ‘la cuisine’ (kitchen), ‘la salle de bains’ (bathroom), ‘le salon’ (living room) and ‘la chambre’ (bedroom). We have also been learning some household items and furniture such as ‘la porte’ (door), ‘la fenêtre’ (window), ‘la table’ (table), ‘le canapé’ (sofa), ‘la lampe’ (lamp), ‘le lit’ (bed), ‘le tapis’ (rug), ‘la télévision’, ‘la chaise’ (chair), ‘le toit’ (roof) ‘le mur’ (wall). We have started to learn the following fruits – ‘l’abricot’ (apricot), ‘l’ananas’ (pineapple), ‘la banane’ (banana), ‘le citron’ (lemon), ‘la fraise’ (strawberry), ‘l’orange’ (orange), ‘le poire’ (pear), ‘la pomme’ (apple), ‘les raisins’ (grapes).

SONGS – Petit Poisson (CD NO.4)
Sur le Pont D’Avignon (CD NO.10)
Pomme de Reinette (CD NO. )
Joyeux Anniversaire (CD NO.48)



FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER

TOPIC THEMES – Numbers 1 – 30, Les Jours de la Semaine (Days of the week), Les Mois (Months), Les Animaux de Compagnie (Household Pets), Les Animaux de la Ferme (Farmyard Animals)

VOCABULARY – For the rest of the term we will cover the days of the week – ‘lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi, samedi, dimanche’ and the months of the year – ‘janvier, février, mars, avril, mai, juin, juillet, août, septembre, octobre, novembre, décembre’. Next we will start to learn animals, both household pets and farmyard animals (with our French version of ‘Old MacDonald’ to help!) – ‘un chien’ (dog), ‘un chat’ (cat), ‘un lapin’ (rabbit), ‘un poisson rouge’ (goldfish), ‘un hamster’, ‘une souris’ (mouse), ‘le cheval’ (horse), ‘la vache’ (cow), ‘le mouton’ (sheep), ‘le cochon’ (pig), ‘le canard’ (duck), ‘la poule’ (hen), ‘le coq’ (cockerel), ‘l’âne (donkey), ‘la ferme’ (farm), ‘le fermier’ (farmer).


SONGS – Les Jours de la Semaine (CD NO.46)
Les Mois (CD NO.47)
Le Vieux Jo (CD NO.22)
Le Rock de Gallinacés (CD NO.26)
TEACHER MARIA PERRYMAN
TERM AUTUMN 2016

PRESENTATION DATE 16th DECEMBER 4.15




FIRST HALF TERM


TOPIC THEMES – Colours, Numbers 1 – 20, Food and Drink, Likes and Dislikes


VOCABULARY – Each lesson we greet each other: “Bonjour!” “Salut!” (Hello) “Comment ça va?” (How are you?) “Ça va bien/ça va mal/ça va comme ci comme ça” (I’m good/I’m not good/I’m OK.) The older children have been helping the new starters to ask the question “comment t’appelles tu?” And answer “Je m’appelle…” (What is your name? I am called…) We have learned and practised “S’il tu plaît” and “Merci” (please and thank you). “Combien de garçons/de filles en clase?” (How many girls/boys in the class?) And we count - Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre, Cinq, Six, Sept, Huit, Neuf, Dix, Onze, Douze… We have discussed Paris and ‘La Tour Eiffel’ and ‘les euros’. We are also learning how to ask the question “Quel âge as-tu?” (How old are you?) and answering “j’ai … ans!” We have also learnt/practised the following colours – bleu (blue), blanc (white), rouge (red), jaune (yellow), vert (green), orange, violet (purple), rose (pink). We have started to learn different foods and drinks (‘le croissant’, ‘le pain’ (bread), ‘le fromage’ (cheese), ‘la jambon’ (ham), ‘la salade’ (salad), ‘la tomate’ (tomato), ‘la sandwich’/‘la baguette’ (sandwich), ‘le beurre’ (butter), ‘le sucre’ (sugar), ‘el thé’, ‘el café’, (tea/coffee), ‘le lait’ (milk), ‘l’eau’ (water), ‘les bonbons’ (sweets), ‘le chocolat’, ‘la glace’ (ice cream). We have also been practising answering the question – ‘Qu’est-ce que tu aimes?’/‘Qu’est-ce que tu n’aimes pas manger?’ (what do you like/not like to eat?) and the children reply ‘J’aime…’ and ‘Je n’aime pas…’ (I like/I don’t like…)




SONGS – Bonjour Salut Ça va (CD NO.1)
La Tour Eiffel (CD NO.7)
Frère Jacques (CD NO.9)
La Tête, Les Epaules, Les Genoux et Les Pieds (CD NO.29)



FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER


TOPIC THEMES – Adjectives, Numbers 1 – 20, Colours, Food and Drink, Shapes


VOCABULARY – We will continue to learn more about food and drink, adding the phrases ‘je bois’ (I drink), ‘je mange’ (I eat) and some more drinks – ‘un coca’, ‘une limonade’, ‘un jus d’orange’ (orange juice), ‘un chocolat chaud’ (hot chocolate) etc. We will also continue to practise the numbers and colours using ‘les formes’ (shapes) – ‘le cercle’, ‘le triangle’, ‘le rectangle’, ‘le carré’ (square). Additional colours – ‘gris’ (grey), ‘noir’ (black), ‘marron’ (brown). We will also be looking at adjectives – ‘vite’ (fast), ‘lentement’ (slow), ‘fort’ (strong), ‘petit’ (small), ‘grand’ (big), ‘moyen’ (medium), ‘bon’ (good), délicieux (delicious), ‘dégoûtant’ (disgusting).


SONGS – J’aime La Baguette (CD NO.32)
L’Arc-En-Ciel (CD NO.13)
Meunier Tu Dors (CD NO.12)
Un Jour Dans Sa Manson – Petit Indien (CD NO.17)
Petit Papa Noël (CD NO.51)


FESTIVALS – Noël (Christmas)
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