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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.|