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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
100+ Fun Ideas for Teaching French across the Curriculum : in the Primary Classroom.
Luton : Andrews UK, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9780857472960 0857472968 9780857475121 0857475126|
|Description:||1 online resource (116 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Front Matter; Title Page; Publisher Information; Introduction; Body Matter; English; Speaking and listening; Speaking; 1. Learning good habits; 2. Reading and speaking aloud; 3. Using big books; 4. Presenting to different audiences; 5. Play reading; 6. Asking and answering questions; Listening; 7. Following a story that is read aloud; 8. Conversing with a visitor from France; 9. Paying attention to pronunciation and spelling; 10. Adapting your voice to the purpose of the text; 11. What to say when you don't understand; Group discussion and interaction; 12. Taking turns appropriately. 13. Giving explanations14. Conventions of politeness; Drama; 15. Role-play; 16. Conveying emotion; Standard English/French; 17. Formal and informal language choices; Language variation; 18. Exploring dialect; Reading; 19. Reading familiar phrases aloud; 20. Using bilingual texts; 21. Using French texts; 22. Looking at features of non-fiction texts; 23. Learning about parts of speech; Writing; 24. Writing for real-life situations; 25. Writing for invented situations; 26. Practising punctuation; 27. Focusing on spelling; 28. Looking at handwriting; 29. Considering degrees of formality; 30. Language structure. MathsNumber; Using and applying number; 31. Solving word problems; Numbers and the number system; 32. Counting; 33. Playing 'Guess the number'; 34. Sequencing numbers; 35. Spelling out number words; 36. Having fun with fractions; 37. Linking decimals with money; Calculations; 38. Operating on numbers; 39. Using calculators; Solving numerical problems; 40. Numerical and word problems; Shape, space and measures; Using and applying shape, space and measures; 41. Working with clocks; 42. Learning the 24-hour day; 43. Timetables and schedules; Understanding properties of shape; 44. Naming shapes. 45. Examining shapesUnderstanding properties of position and movement; 46. Drawing treasure maps; 47. Playing Battleships; Understanding measures; 48. Opening a French shop; 49. Including prices; Handling Data; Using and applying handling data; 50. Using tally charts; 51. Conducting a holiday survey; Processing, representing and interpreting data; 52. Using Venn diagrams; 53. Using Carroll diagrams; Breadth of study; 54. Incorporating French into all kinds of work; Science; Scientific enquiry; Carrying out enquiries; 55. Measuring and reading scales; 56. Making comments; 57. Using equipment. 58. Researching famous French scientistsLife processes and living things; Humans and other animals; 59. Discussing nutrition; 60. Talking about teeth; 61. Talking about exercise; 62. Sorting skeletons; 63. Growing up and growing older; Green plants; 64. Measuring temperatures; 65. Naming plants; Variation and classification; 66. Exploring minibeasts; Living things in their environment; 67. Talking about habitats; 68. Exploring feeding relationships; Materials and their properties; Grouping and classifying materials; 69. Sorting materials; Changing materials; 70. Learning about the water cycle.|
Bring French to life and make it meaningful by linking it to other subjects using a Content Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach. The practical, easy-to-use ideas in this book will make it easy to integrate language learning across the curriculum. By incorporating French into maths, science, history, geography, ICT, etc, your language learning will complement and enhance learning in other subjects, rather than compete with them for crucial teaching and learning time. Telling you that ...
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