What’s going on in G3 french Novice 3?


We are finishing our unit on body and people description. Next week, we will start a unit on food and cooking with ingredients and quantities.

As students loved singing the different songs (Alain le Lait: des os il en faut), I will present them one song from the movie “Peau d’Ane” and we will look at the recipe.

They will be able to introduce one recipe from their home country.

Open Classroom on Thursday period 4


Thursday the 30th of November, you will be able to come and see how your child is learning french. We are currently working on the second part of our unit with Body Part and “avoir”.

Our content objective will be about Body parts and to have

our language objectives will be about listening and writing, reading and listing on the google drive the vocabulary


My room is located in the library (110)

Thank you and I hope to see you on Thursday!


G3: unit 1 c’est mon corps


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

Back to School Night Presentation

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.

Welcome to World Languages Blog

Dear Parents,
Welcome to our World Languages learning community! We would like to take this opportunity to introduce our team and share about how to use this blog to enhance our partnership to support students’ learning.

In our team, we have 3 Vietnamese teachers, 3 French teachers, 1 Chinese Mandarin teacher and 1 Teaching Assistant. All languages teachers are native speakers. More information of individual teacher’s bio can be found in the tab of “About Us” on this blog.

During the first two weeks of school, all of our World Languages classes are focused on Learning to Learn. Students are getting to know their teachers and their new classmates. In order to achieve the school goal towards Excellent Learning, in our classes, we established the class essential agreements and commitments to the actions of being a responsible learner of their own and for others. In the meantime, some basic classroom language is introduced so that students will be able to follow the directions in the target languages in everyday situation.

On the World Languages Blog this year, you will find the curriculum information, language learning information from respective teacher, and it also provides you the opportunity to talk with the children about what we are learning, what we have learned, and what we will learn throughout the year.

We hope you will find this site a useful communication channel between our team and you as parents.