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28 September 2012…
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The following comes straight from the DfE website
In December 2011 the Department published…Continue
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Odd title but I am sharing this in case it is of use to anyone else. Here in Hampshire we've been doing some more work on our 'End-of-year 6 Agreement' transition documents which I'll attach here. Copies are also stored on the website. However it has become apparent that some schools are not yet at this stage and…Continue
Last weekend was the second ILILC (ICT Links Into Languages Conference) held at the University of Southampton, and the free 'Show and Tell' held on the Saturday night was hugely entertaining. One of the…Continue
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Click HERE to find songs with soundfiles and lyrics,…Continue
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This is the Hampshire End-of-Year 6 Transfer Agreement for French which I find useful to base my planning around in order to simplify for non-linguist colleagues exactly what core language needs to be covered. It's really easy to go off-track with the many schemes and resources out there, and…Continue
Many households in France, particularly those which are catholic, will have a 'crib' scene - a selection of figures to represent the Holy family in Bethlehem.
You can print out paper templates to colour and make your own class crib or…
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on December 13, 2010 at 6:30 — No Comments
Inspired by Joe Dale's 'Death by Powerpoint' articles and 'how to' guides, I have been trying to adapt a powerpoint introduction of clothes vocabulary in French so that it is easier to use for non-specialist primary teachers. I've attached a copy at the end of this post for anyone who would like to download and comment on…
Added by Jo Rhys-Jones on August 20, 2007 at 14:00 — No Comments
Quel temps fait-il?
One of the nice things about the weather as a topic is that not only can it be made into a cross-curricular project spread over half a term, but it is also ideally suited for low-key everyday reinforcement in the primary school classroom by the class teacher.
I've attached a template I made for a poster in French that can be pinned on the door/a wall and children can then take it in turns to be responsible for posting little cards for today's day…Continue