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CLUB MAPLE INFANTS FRENCH (RECEPTION)
TEACHER MARIA RODDIS
TERM SPRING 2019

FIRST HALF TERM
TOPIC THEMES – Les Adjectifs (Adjectives), La Famille (Family), Numbers 1 – 20
VOCABULARY – Each lesson we greet each other: “Bonjour!” “Salut!” “Comment ça va?” (How are you?)
“Ça va bien/ça va mal/ ça va comme-ci comme-ça” (I am good/I am not good/I am okay). Each lesson also
we practise the colours and numbers 1 – 20 with games and songs. This half of term we have learnt the
following adjectives: ‘petit’ (small), ‘grand’ (big), ‘de´licieux’ (delicious) and ‘vite’ (fast). We have also been
learning the family members – ‘le pe`re/le papa’ (dad), ‘la me`re/la maman’ (mum), ‘la grandme`re/le
grandpe`re’ (grandma and grandpa), ‘la sœur’ (sister), ‘le fre`re’ (brother) and ‘le be´be´’ (baby).
SONGS – Meunier Tu Dors (CD NO.12)
Un Jour Dans Sa Maison (CD NO.17)
Une Maman Ça Aime Énormement (CD NO.18)

FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER
TOPIC THEMES – Numbers 20 to 30, Le Corps (Body), Le Visage (Face), Les Ve^tements (clothes)
VOCABULARY – For the rest of the term we shall be learning the following body parts: ‘la tête’
(head), ‘les mains’ (hands), ‘les bras’ (arms), ‘les jambes’ (legs), ‘les pieds’ (feet), ‘le ventre’
(stomach), ‘les épaules’ (shoulders), ‘les genoux’ (knees), ‘les yeux’ (eyes), ‘le nez (nose), ‘les
oreilles’ (ears), ‘la bouche’ (mouth), ‘les dents’ (teeth) and ‘les cheveux’ (hair). We shall also practise
some simple actions, e.g. ‘ouvrez/fermez les yeux, la bouche etc.’ (open/close your eyes, your mouth
etc.) and ‘levez/baissez les bras, la te^te etc.’ (lift/lower your arms, your head etc.) Next we shall learn
the following items of clothing: ‘Une chemise’ (shirt), ‘un chapeau’ (hat), ‘un short’ (shorts), ‘un t-shirt’,
‘un pull’ (jumper), ‘un manteau’ (coat), ‘un pantalon’ (trousers), ‘une jupe’ (skirt), ‘une robe’ (dress),
‘des chaussures’ (shoes), ‘des chaussettes’ (socks), ‘une e´charpe’ (scarf). We shall discuss the
difference between ‘je mets’ (I am putting on) and ‘je porte’ (I am wearing). We shall also learn the
phrases ‘j’ai chaud/froid’ (I’m hot/cold) and ‘j’ai faim/soif’ (I’m hungry/thirsty).
SONGS – La Te^te, Les Epaules, Les Genoux et Les Pieds (CD NO.29)
Alouette (CD NO.27)
Une Araigne´e Sur Le Plancher (CD NO.21) Sur Le Pont D’Avignon (CD NO.10)
Si Tu As Soif ou Faim (CD NO.15)
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