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'Knowing Every Child'

Year 6

Home learning w/c 8th June 2020

Dear Year 6,

Most of you are back at school and it has been so lovely seeing all of your wonderful faces this week. For this reason, I am not going to be setting any more French on this page. For those of you who are still at home and would like to do some French work then please look at the work set on the other year group pages and have a go at some of those.

Best wishes and keep safe and healthy,

Madame Jones

Home learning w/c 1st June 2020

Bienvenue tout le monde. Welcome "back".

I have attached a preposition dice that you can cut out and play. If you cannot print one then either draw one yourself or stick stickers over a real dice or write the words down onto a piece of paper, numbering them and get someone at home to say a number between 1 and 6. Grab a cup/pot/glass and something small like a grape/marble/piece of pasta and, depending on which preposition you get, you must position the object of your choice correctly. Devant = in front, derrière = behind, â côté de = next to, sur = on, sous = under, dans = in.

I hope you have watched my video; it says I am missing you all VERY much xxx

 

Home learning w/c 18th May 2020

Salut tout le monde!

I hope you are all still healthy and happy and doing as much French learning as you can. I realise it is hard for the grown ups at home to be able to help you with your learning and do their own work also so don't worry if you can't do it every week. Even 10 minutes a week will help you remember some of the words we have been learning since September. You don't want to forget all those great words you worked so hard to remember!

Following on from the menu task you had a few weeks ago, I am attaching a food list that you need to match French words up with the English. There are a few cognates and some you will already know. Once you have matched them up I would like you to try and memorise the whole list using the LACAWAC method (look and cover and write and check). In French I like to add one more skill which is "say". So then it becomes LACASAWAC (look and cover and say and write and check!)

I am confident you can do it. Once you are ready to say them all you can find someone in your house to test you.

Stay safe and talk to you after half term.

Madame Jones xxxxxx

Home learning w/c 11th May 2020

Salut year 6!

What a wonderful warm and sunny week it has been. I hope you have been able to spend some time outside. I have done some gardening and lots of running. I helped Mrs Hall run a few laps of the field on Tuesday to keep her company. What a superb job she did raising money for Up on Downs. She ran 104 laps in total!

Did you enjoy our video for you?

This week please can you prepare a poster about where French is spoken around the world. You could include the flags of some of these countries, something they are famous for, their football colours or anything else. It can be hand drawn or done a computer. Please keep them safe so you can show me next time we are together.

Missing you very much,

Madame Jones xxxx

Home learning w/c 4th May 2020
Bonjour tout le monde. " May the 4th be with you!".

Following on from last week's menu, I would like you to have a go at my "buying things" worksheet. If you cannot print it out then please write down your answers on a piece of paper or maybe video call a friend from your class, with your parent's permission, and talk about your answers that way. Two brains are better than one!

Don't forget to spend a bit of time on Duolingo also if there is a free laptop or tablet in the house.

Missing you all very much. 

A lundi,

Madame Jones xxx

 

 

Home learning w/c 27th April 2020.

Salut year 6!

I hope you and your families are all well and healthy and have been enjoying the incredible weather. I took my daughters for a long walk through the bluebells today and we enjoyed the fresh air and stretching our legs.

This week please can you design a menu for your imaginary French café! I have attached a list of food and drink words that you can use, but they are only suggestions. Your food items can be as whacky as you like, just use your imagination and perhaps a dictionary. A good online one is www.wordreference.com. Don't forget to include the price for each item, in euros, as well as the name of your café at the top. You could do this on a computer or just design it on a piece of paper. Please keep them and you can show me them on your return (hopefully!)

 

Have a fantastic week and see you next Monday.

 

A lundi! xxxx

Home learning w/c 20th April

Bienvenue tout le monde! Welcome "back" everyone!

Here are the answers to last lesson's verb task:

Je joue, tu joues, il joue, elle joue, nous jouons, vous jouez, ils jouent, elles jouent.

Je danse, tu danses, il danse, elle danse, nous dansons, vous dansez, ils dansent, elles dansent.

Je parle, tu parles, il parle, elle parle, nous parlons, vous parlez, ils parlent, elles parlent.

 

This week I would like you practise numbers 10-100. I have attached a worksheet but if you cannot print it out you can either write the answers down on a piece of paper or say the answers out loud to someone at home!

 

 

Home learning w/c 30th March 2020

Bonjour tout le monde!

This week we are going to practise verb formation. Can you remember all 8 personal pronouns?

If I help you with those and give you the regular ER endings, please see if you can form the 3 following verbs: danser / jouer / parler. Can you remember what they each mean? Don't forget to chop off the er before adding these endings: e, es, e, ons, ez, ent. Make it harder by covering these up and writing the verb out from scratch, including the pronouns.

(Je, tu, il, elle, nous, vous, ils, elles)

E.g. Je danse,

       Tu danses....etc

 

It may help to use the link from last week and listen to the song for the irregular verbs.

 

Answers next time!

 

Happy learning and stay safe and healthy! A la prochaine :)

Home learning w/c 23rd March 2020

Salut year 6!

This week please can you copy and paste the irregular verbs website into your internet browser and listen to the songs again. Then pause at each one so you can see them, or copy them down onto a piece of paper and see if you can use them to help you write these sentences.If you can't remember certain words you can use this online dictionary to help you. Just type the word in and choose English - French: www.wordreference.com

The link to the song is this:

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=french+song+for+etre+aller+faire+avoir&view=detail&mid=F28F6840D1BA7184D1EEF28F6840D1BA7184D1EE&FORM=VIRE

 

Sentences:

I have a cat

I have a black cat

She has a horse

She has a brown horse

We have 5 fish

I am happy

I am happy and clever

You (s) are English

I do gymnastics

I go swimming

Can you try to make up 3 or 4 of your own using any of the common verbs and pronouns?

Also try to spend 20-30 mins on www.duolingo.com

Happy home learning. Keep smiling and enjoy the sunshine :)

 

 

 

 

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