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Chase Bridge - French - Progress Report

Summer CLUB CHASE BRIDGE FRIDAY
SARAH BUCKTOWAR
TERM SUMMER 2017

Our aim is to ensure children understand and learn to love the culture of France and to gain good listening and speaking skills. We use lively role play, games, bingos, songs and activities to make French culture both enjoyable and memorable.
It is a pleasure to teach your children and I hope they enjoy as much as we do. If you have specific questions, please see me after the club or send an email to sarah@childrensclubs.com


FIRST HALF TERM

TOPIC THEMES
The children understand the routine of the club very well. Overall they are becoming more confident, however different children are at ease in different topics, and they are all trying really hard to get the pronunciation right.

We continue with the usual greetings at the start of the class : “Bonjour Madame Sarah” (Hello Mrs Sarah) - “Comment ça va?” (How are you?) - “ça va bien” (I am fine) - “ça va mal” (I am not good) - “ça va comme ci, comme ça “ (so so) - “Quel âge as-tu ?” (How old are you?) “J'ai.....ans” (I am ….years old) – Comment t'appelles-tu ? (What's your name) – Je m'appelle .... We have learnt numbers up to 20 for infants and 50 for juniors.We also revise colors regularly.
We started by revising clothes that we saw at the end of last term, then we learnt about fruits and vegetables.

VOCABULARY
Un pantalon (trousers), un pull (jumper), des chaussettes (socks), des chaussures (shoes), une robe (dress), une jupe (skirt), une chemise (shirt), une pomme (apple), une banane, une orange, du raisin (grapes), une cerise (cherry), un citron (lemon), une fraise (strawberry), un ananas (pineapple) carotte, chou (cabbage), tomate (tomato), salade (laituce), champignon, (mushroom), pomme de terre (potatoe), poireau (leek), du mais (corn), oignon, une courgette, des brocolis .

SONG : Pomme de reinette et pomme d'Api

JUNIORS : Grand (big), petit (small), moyen (medium), poisson (fish), vrai (right), faux (wrong), où habites-tu? (where do you live), j'habite dans...(I live in...), un appartement, une maison (house), un château (castle), une caravane, fromage cheese), salade, tomate, baguette, j'aime (I like), je n'aime pas (I don't like), de l'eau (water), du lait (milk), du café (coffee), du thé (tea),



FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER

TOPIC THEMES :
“Les animaux de la ferme, la fête des pères, les animaux sauvages, la maison, les pieces de la maison” (Farm animals, father's day, wild animals, the house, rooms in the house)


VOCABULARY :
Une vache (cow), un cheval (horse), un cochon (pig), un mouton (sheep), un canard (duck), une poule (chicken), bonne fête papa (happy father's day), de la part de (from), un lion, un éléphant, un tigre (tiger), un serpent (snake), un crocodile, une maison (house), le toit (roof), la porte (door), la fenêtre (window), la cheminée (chimney), la cuisine (kitchen), le salon (sitting room), le chambre (bedroom), la salle de bain (bathroom).

SONG : Le vieux Jo

JUNIORS :
TOPIC THEMES :
“A la piscine, la fête des pères, panneaux d'interdiction, dans la chambre” (At the swimming pool, father's day,
forbidden signs, in my room)

VOCABULARY :
Maillot de bain (swimming costume), bouée (buoy), une serviette (towel), des lunettes de plongée (goggles), un tuba, un ballon (ball), un tobogan (slide), une lampe (lamp), un lit (bed), une table de nuit (bedside table), une porte (door), une chaise, la fenêtre (window) interdiction de ...marcher (walk), courir (run), téléphoner (phone), jouer au ballon (play ball games), boire (drink) , manger (eat), nager (swim), plonger (dive), crier (shout).
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