The children revised the numbers taught previously,then learnt the remainder of numbers to 100. They sang a song to practise their numbers, did a short quiz then learnt some maths vocabulary in French before using their knowledge of numbers to add some numbers together.
The children revised colour and beach scene vocabulary.They played a noughts and crosses game to practise sentence structures using the verb – est (is) and to practise saying the colours. They sang a song: Mon petit bateau and wrote some sentences describing what they saw in the beach scene.
This half term, year 5 will be learning vocabulary around a beach scene. They will use a well known painting by Degas as the starting point of the topic. They will revise colours and move on to writing a description of the painting and comparing beaches. We will write a poem together as a class, then individual poems will be written. These will then be presented to the class.
Year 5 started their new topic all about a beach scene. They looked at a number of paintings by French artists depicting beach scenes. They then were introduced to the new vocabulary, which they then practised. They then labelled a beach scene painting by Degas. They learnt the words to a song all about a visit to the beach.
Year 5 learnt some simple directions in French – turning left, right and straight on.they then wrote a few sentences and drew their directions in their books.
Year 5 completed their Bon Appetit topic with writing some sentences in the past tense. They then started on their new topic: En route pour ecole, where they sang songs, found out what places are passed on a journey to school. They learnt how to say .there is -Il y a , the alphabet in French and used some time connectives in sentences.
Year 5 practised using Je mange and Je bois and adding what they eat for breakfast. They told their partners what they have and using given sentence structures wrote their own sentences. They translated some sentences and filled in a tick sheet, showing they understand what someone else has for breakfast.
Year 5 learnt the words to a song Le petit dejeuner. They watched a video of a family ordering food and found out what families in France eat for breakfast. They listened to the Video in both French and English. They then read the video script and used what they had learnt to translate phrases.
Year 5 learnt all about breakfast in French. They found out that the French do not eat croissants every day, only on weekends. They learnt how to use:Je voudrais – I would like, if they were to order food. They then learnt the names of different items eaten and drunk at breakfast time.
Year 5 learnt how to conjugate the verb manger using cards. They also played a memory game with all the foods that could be part of a packed lunch. The next activity was to draw what they would have in their imaginary lunchbox. They took it in turns to ask their partner what was in their lunchbox. They then drew what they heard into the second lunchbox on their sheet.