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Aqua Marine Bay - Simon Hart (local artist)
We got an email at school on Monday saying we had been successful in our application for the Intermediate level of the International School Award. We are all so pleased as those of you who know us, know that we are such a tiny school... We really weren't sure whether the things we had been would be enough to qualify, we just…Continue
This is work in progress - having practised lots of clothes vocabulary, watched 'Promenons nous dans les bois' on the Mon Ane DVD, sang and danced to Rock'n'Roll Machine a Laver, read repeatedly 'Je m'habille, je te croque', played…Continue
Added by alison househam on June 18, 2007 at 22:32 — No Comments
I've written a scheme of work around this book which I taught in Y2 and linked it to literacy and numeracy. Have a look-try it out!
Just thought I'd make a quick note of what went on in my classroom this week so far - we're doing the topic of 'Clothes' at the moment.
We first introduced the new vocabulary 2 weeks ago now. So we started as a whole class reading 'Je m'habille, Je te croque' by Benedicte Guettier (Publisher: L’école des loisirs. ISBN: 2 211 055 97 4). It's one of the resources that…Continue
Looking forward to our (Devon South) next RSG meeting with Maggie Peacock and Alison - who will sadly be attending for the last time before she decamps to Switzerland. (I am sooo jealous Ali!) Jenny Smith will be there too in her role as PLC.
Alison and Maggie are planning to bring along lots of materials to hand out for group and pair work. The idea is that this sort of activity takes the pressure and spotlight away from the classteacher for a while, freeing them to work with…Continue