G1 Unit 1 : l’Alphabet qu’est ce que c’est?

Bonjour,

We have started our new unit: languages allow me to communicate with the world.

We will focus on being open minded and risk-taker.

Our success criteria:

  1. Alphabet : I can recognize the sound of letters in French;
  2. Common object: I can talk about common objects and people;
  3. Numbers: I can identify numbers from 0 to 16;
  4. Actions: I can label more actions.

G5 Unit 1: Je peux parler avec toi?

Bonjour,

We have stared our new unit:  In everyday life language, wishes are often related to respect.

We will focus on being Communicator and reflective.

Our success criteria will be:

  1. Big numbers: I can count up to millions
  2. pouvoir: I can say ” I can” or ” May I”
  3. modal: I can understand how modals are working ” I know”, “I can”, “I want”
  4. respect: I can name different ways of showing respect
  5. School subjects: I can talk about my learning

G4 Unit 1 mon identite ma langue

Bonjour,

We have started our new unit: Language can be used to describe people and objects from a different angle.

We will focus on being Inquirer and Open minded.

Our success criteria are:

  1. Numbers: I can count up to 30
  2. Alphabet: I can spell words and make a difference between “i” and “e”
  3. Neutral: I can understand that everything is masculin or feminin in french
  4. Country: I can say where I am from and what language I can speak
  5. Conversation: I can introduce myself with basic sentences
  6. others: I can introduce someone else using “il” or “elle”

Next week, we will start working on nationality:

G3: unit 1 c’est mon corps

Bonjour,

We have started our new unit: Our five senses give us a language to describe the world around us.

We will focus on being Balanced and Caring.

Our success criteria are:

  1. People are of different colors: I can describe my face and imagine people from other planets
  2. My personality : I can name different accessories and explain the why I like those
  3. My 5 senses: I can name senses and connect them with actions I do
  4. My emotions/feelings : I can say where and when I am hurt or tired

We are currently learning this song

G2 Unit 1: Bonjour, ca va?

Bonjour,

We have started our new unit: We can make connections with the things we do, say and see every day through the Arts.

We will focus on being Principled and Risk-taker.

Our success criteria are:

  1. I can great people
  2. I can count up to 30
  3. I can answer basic questions about myself
  4. I can answer basic questions about someone else
  5. I can identify shapes and colors
  6. I can talk about what people do in school
  7. I can describe a painting from Delauney with basic words

Next week, students are going to sing this song about numbers:

Bonjour Classe 1!

Bonjour !

My name is Ms. Claire and I am your child’s French teacher this academic year.

This is a Novice 1 class with children who had no or little exposure to French language and culture before. But our first graders are already very keen on singing and interacting in French!

During these first weeks, we are learning to learn, which means that we are building a strong set of skills that will help us communicate in basic situations in French only.

Our learning intentions are:

  • Students will be able to say their name.
  • Students will be able to say how they feel.
  • Students will be able to count from 1 to 6.
  • Students will be able to understand simple instructions.
  • Students will be able to collaboratively build our class essential agreements.
  • Students will be able to recognize some French cultural symbols.

Your child comes to French class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Once we start our first unit, we will use Lili, la petite grenouille textbook and notebooks (Cle International) throughout the year to support our progression.

Lili, la petite grenouille - Niveau 1 - Livre de l'élève

Bonjour Classe 5!

Bonjour !

My name is Ms. Claire and I am your child’s French teacher this academic year. 

This is a Novice 2 class with children who were together in a Novice 1 or Novice 2 group last year at UNIS. Our fifth graders are already very confident reusing previously taught knowledge and they are keen on learning more this year!

During these first weeks, we are learning to learn, which means that we are consolidating a strong set of skills that will help us communicate in basic situations in French only.

Our learning intentions are:

  • Students will be able to introduce themselves and greet others.
  • Students will be able to count from 0 to 60.
  • Students will be able to say the date the way French people do.
  • Students will be able to understand our class essential agreements using the PYP learner profile.
  • Students will be able to say what people do using action verbs ending in ER  in the french class.

Your child comes to French class on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Once we start our first unit, we will use Vitamine 2 textbook and notebook (Cle International) throughout the year to support our progression.

Bonjour Classe 3!

Bonjour !

My name is Ms. Claire and I am your child’s French teacher this academic year. 

This is a Novice 3 class with children who were together in a Novice 2 or Novice 3 group last year at UNIS. Our third graders are already very confident reusing previously taught knowledge and they are keen on learning more this year! In this group, they are focusing on their writing skill.

During these first weeks, we are learning to learn, which means that we are consolidating a strong set of skills that will help us communicate in basic situations in French only.

Our learning intentions are:

  • Students will be able to introduce themselves and greet others.
  • Students will be able to count from 1 to 39.
  • Students will be able to say the date the way French people do.
  • Students will be able to understand a variety of simple instructions.
  • Students will be able to collaboratively build our class essential agreements using the PYP learner profile.
  • Students will be able to say what people do using action verbs.
  • Students will be able to describe familiar class items.

Your child comes to French class on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Once we start our first unit, we will carry on using Les Loustics textbook and notebook (Hachette Français Langue Etrangère) throughout the year, like last year in Grade 2, to support our progression.

Bonjour Classe 2

Bonjour !

My name is Ms. Claire and I am your child’s French teacher this academic year.

This is a Novice 3 class with children who were together in a Novice 1 group last year at UNIS. Our second graders are already very confident reusing previously taught knowledge and they are keen on learning more this year. In this group, they are focusing on their writing skills.

During these first weeks, we are learning to learn, which means that we are consolidating a strong set of skills that will help us communicate in basic situations in French only.

Our learning intentions are:

  • Students will be able to introduce themselves and greet others.
  • Students will be able to count from 1 to 20.
  • Students will be able to say the date the way French people do.
  • Students will be able to understand a variety of simple instructions.
  • Students will be able to collaboratively build our class essential agreements using the PYP learner profile.
  • Students will be able to recognize a variety of French cultural symbols.
  • Students will be able to grasp the concept of gender in French.

Your child comes to French class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Once we start our first unit, we will use Les Loustics textbook and notebook (Hachette Français Langue Etrangère) throughout the year to support our progression.

Bonjour Classe 4!

Bonjour !

My name is Ms. Claire and I am your child’s French teacher this academic year. 

 

This is a Novice 1 small class with children who had little exposure to French language and culture before.

During these first weeks, we are learning to learn, which means that we are building/consolidating a strong set of skills that will help us communicate in basic situations in French only.

Our learning intentions are:

  • Students will be able to introduce themselves and greet others.
  • Students will be able to count from 0 to 30.
  • Students will be able to say the date the way French people do.
  • Students will be able to understand simple instructions.
  • Students will be able to build our class essential agreements.
  • Students will be able to recognize some French cultural symbols and express like or dislike.

Your child comes to French class on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Once we start our first unit, we will use Vitamine 1 textbook and notebook (Cle International) throughout the year to support our progression.