mercredi l'onze septembre,
It was lovely meeting the year 3 children today and I am proud to say I think I have more or less memorised all 90 of their names! It has taken me 17 years but I am quite good at doing it now! We started the term by getting our French folders ready and decorated as well as saying my name is.....Can your child tell you their name in French? Can they remember mine?!
mercredi le dix-huit septembre.
This week we counted to 10 and learned some objects to go with our counting. Can your child remember 1-10. Can they show you what face to pull while saying "melon"?1 I was very impressed how quickly they picked up the words. We also played the hidden windows game which they enjoyed.
Bon weekend year 3!
mercredi le vingt-cinq septembre
Today we enjoyed watching the cartoon L'école des singes = the school of monkeys. The children were impressed by how much of the story they could understand. They should be very proud of themselves. Most of us have mastered counting up to ten as well as remembering some extra words along the way. We have grown used to greeting eachother every week, in French and introducing ourselves in French.
mercredi le deux octobre
Today the children enjoyed listening to a song about numbers. Out of the 4 different skills acquired when language learning: listening, reading, writing and speaking, listening is the hardest. Some children found it easy to spot which words fitted into each gap, however, some found it a real challenge. Well done year 3 for showing the resilience and perseverance to keep trying even though the task was not easy. The more we do, the easier they will become.
mercredi le neuf octobre
We had a musical lesson today, listening to a song and filling in the gaps. Songs are a great way to help the children remember the key words form our modules. Can they tell you any of the names of the monkey characters we have met in the cartoon? They should be able to count from one to ten. Maybe they can teach you how?
Bon weekend year 3.
mercredi le seize octobre
We had to complete our end of unit assessment today. It took a wee while for the children to get used to the format of doing something different in class. We talked about behaviour expectations that may differ to a normal lesson. I was pleased to see most children trying their very best to sit still and listen carefully. Next time they will be experts at completing it.
Bpn weekend tout le monde.