Corpus Christi French- Report

     

Corpus Christi French - Progress Report

CLUB - CORPUS CHRISTI FRENCH
TEACHER - MARIA RODDIS
TERM - SUMMER 2019

FIRST HALF OF TERM
TOPIC THEMES – Les Fruits et Les Légumes (fruits and vegetables), Revision of Numbers 1 – 20
VOCABULARY – This term we have been learning the names of the following fruits: ‘la banane’
(banana), ‘l’orange’ (orange), ‘la poire’ (pear), ‘la pomme’ (apple), ‘du raisin’ (grapes), ‘la fraise’
(strawberry), ‘l’ananas’ (pineapple), ‘la cerise’, ‘l’abricot’ (apricot), ‘le citron’ (lemon). We have also
been learning the following vegetables: ‘la carotte’ (carrot), ‘le chou’ (cabbage), ‘la tomate’ (tomato),
‘le radis’ (radish), ‘le champignon’ (mushroom), ‘des petits pois’ (peas), ‘la laitue’ (lettuce). During
each session we also practise the colours with games and songs, and this term we have been
revising numbers 1 to 20 together in class. We have also been practising answering the question –
‘Qu’est-ce que tu aimes?’/‘Qu’est-ce que tu n’aimes pas?’ (what do you like/not like?) and the
children reply ‘J’aime…’ and ‘Je n’aime pas…’ (I like/I don’t like…)
SONGS – Pomme de Reinette (CD NO.35) / Savez-Vous Planter Les Chous? (CD NO.33) / Le Rock du
Supermarché (CD NO.34)

FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER
TOPIC THEMES – Les Légumes (vegetables), La Maison (house), Numbers from 20 onwards
VOCABULARY – For the rest of the term we shall continue with our topic of vegetables and will be
learning the following vocabulary: ‘la pomme de terre’ (potato), ‘le poireau’ (leek), ‘du maïs’ (corn),
‘l’oignon’ (onion), ‘la courgette’ (courgette), ‘des brocolis’ (broccoli). Next we shall learn the different
rooms in the house – ‘la cuisine’ (kitchen), ‘la salle de bains’ (bathroom), ‘le salon’ (living room), ‘la
chambre’ (bedroom), ‘les piéces’ – (rooms); and 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’ (TV), ‘la chaise’ (chair), ‘le toit’ (roof) ‘le mur’ (wall). We shall also be
practising numbers 20 – 30 and some of the older children will be counting from 30 – 40.
SONGS – Un Jour Dans Sa Maison (CD NO.17) / Dans Sa Maison Un Grand Cerf (CD NO.49)
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