G5 French N2: Le francais c’est super facile!

Bonjour,

During our previous unit “Learning to learn” we went back on our  previous learning.

We have just started our Unit 1 about “What I can do” – Your child is going to learn to write about big numbers and building dialogues talking about his/her school subjects, responding to simple questions such as ” Qu’est ce que tu peux faire a l’ecole?”, “Quelle est ta matiere preferee?”, “What do you do in  … French class?…

Our routine is:

2 minutes of mindfulness:  > singing the song of the week > setting the date > looking at our daily language content and objectives > expressing our felling of the day “ca va super/ comme ci comme ca/ ca va mal” > activities (listening/ speaking and reading /writing…).

Don’t hesitate to ask them to share their learning… they already know so much!

G3 French N3: Le francais c’est super facile!

Bonjour,

During our previous unit “Learning to learn” we went back on our learning from G2

We have just started our Unit 1 about “Portrait” – Your child is going to learn to write about Physical description, accessories and senses, responding to simple questions such as “comment es tu?”, “What accessories do you need to dress up as… a pirate?” “What are you doing with your … nose?”

Our routine is:

2 minutes of mindfulness:  > singing the song of the week > setting the date > looking at our daily language content and objectives > expressing our felling of the day “ca va super/ comme ci comme ca/ ca va mal” > activities (listening/ speaking and reading /writing…).

Don’t hesitate to ask them to share their learning… they already know so much!

G4 French N1 – Le francais c’est super facile!

Bonjour,

During our previous unit “Learning to learn” we discovered the basics to be able to follow our class routine: class actions, numbers up to 30 for the date, days of the weeks …

We have just started our Unit 1 about “Who I am” – Your child is going to learn to write about numbers and building small dialogues, responding to simple questions such as ” comment tu t’appelles?”, “tu as francais?”, “tu parles combien de langues?…

 

Our routine is:

2 minutes of mindfulness:  > singing the song of the week > setting the date  > looking at our daily language content and objectives that one of the student is writing under spelling> expressing our felling of the day “ca va super/ comme ci comme ca/ ca va mal” > activities (listening/ speaking and reading /writing…).

Don’t hesitate to ask them to share their learning… they already know so much!

G2 French N3 : Le francais c’est super facile

Bonjour,

During our previous unit “Learning to learn” we went back on our learning from G1

We have just started our Unit 1 about “Who I am” – Your child is going to learn to write about numbers and building small dialogues, responding to simple questions such as ” comment tu t’appelles?”, “tu as quel age?”, “tu parles combien de langues?…

 

Our routine is:

2 minutes of mindfulness:  > singing the song of the week > setting the date > looking at our daily language content and objectives > expressing our felling of the day “ca va super/ comme ci comme ca/ ca va mal” > activities (listening/ speaking and reading /writing…).

Don’t hesitate to ask them to share their learning… they already know so much!

G1 French: Le francais c’est super facile

Bonjour,

During our previous unit “Learning to learn” we discovered the basics with class actions (looking, listening, speaking, on the carpet, at the table).

We have just started our Unit 1 about “toys in my room” – Your child is going to learn about toys, colors, and simple structures such as ” there is/ there are” and “it is”. We are also looking at recognizing cursive while learning the alphabet.

 

 

 

Our routine is:

2 minutes of mindfulness > singing the song of the week > setting the date > looking at our daily language content and objectives > expressing our felling of the day “ca va super/ comme ci comme ca/ ca va mal” > activities (listening/ speaking and reading/copying…)

Don’t hesitate to ask them to share their learning… they already know so much!