Rachel Hawkes

Rouge and Jaune Summer Term

There is a PowerPoint resource for each lesson. We plan for a weekly lesson of 30 minutes, with five mini follow ups (4 of 5 minutes, 1 of 10 minutes). The resources for the follow up lessons are also provided.

There are two versions of each resource: with and without audio.

Note: The first three lessons have the same essential key phonics, vocabulary and grammar in both years (Rouge and Jaune). Thereafter, the SOW teaches the same phonics and grammar knowledge, but varies the vocabulary. in each year. This model is designed to fit both mixed and single year classes. The actual resources themselves are different, with different tasks to complete.

Summer Term
Wk Phonics Vocabulary
[rouge]
Vocabulary
[jaune]
Grammar Context/
Language
purpose
Resources Follow ups NC PoS
1
SFE - timide [3835] monde [77] moderne [1239] centre [491] douze [1664] vélo [4594] voiture [881] cher [803] gris [2769] rapide [672]   un / une – singular indefinite article
to have - I have, you have
raised intonation questions - tu as...? J'ai..?
Postnominal adjective agreement
Describing things and people
Rouge: describing possessions
R1
R1(audio)
R1
R1(audio)
 
2
SFC vs consonant + SFe différent [350] lent [2572] vert [1060] très [66]   un / une – singular indefinite article
to have - I have, you have, s/he has
raised intonation questions - tu as...? Il/elle a... ?
Il y a... ?
Postnominal adjective agreement
Describing things and people
Rouge: describing possessions
R2
R2(audio)
R2
R2(audio)
 
3
[ç] (and soft -c)
ici [167] français [251] garçon [1599] cinéma [1623] décider [165]
professeur, professeure [110] sympathique [4164] comment [234]   XXX, c’est comment?
Subject pronouns with objects: il / elle meaning ‘it’

singular definite articles, regular adjective agreement (+e with and without phoneme change)
to be - I am, you are, s/he is
Describing things and people R3
R3(audio)
R3
R3(audio)
 
4
[-ien]
chien [1744] ancien [392] bientôt [1208] combien? [800] bien [47]
difficile [296] jaune [2585] préféré [597] trop [195]   subject pronouns with animals
il / elle meaning ‘it’
Describing things and people
Rouge: Au Zoo
R4
R4(audio)
R4
R4(audio)
 
5
[qu]
question [144] quatre [283] musique [1139] expliquer [252] unique [402]
cousin, cousine [3387] femme [154] homme [136] bleu [1216] rouge [987]   Contrast singular forms of avoir and être Describing things and people
Rouge: Having or being?
R5
R5(audio)
R5
R5(audio)
 
6
[j] (soft g)
jour [78] j’ai [8 - avoir] génial [3872] gymnastique [>5000] déjà [58]
an [76] faim [1986] raison [72] soif [4659] tort [1652]   Using avoir to mean 'be'
Avoir + ans for age
Avoir + states
Describing things and people
Rouge: Tu as raison ?
R6
R6(audio)
R6
R6(audio)
 
7
[-tion]
population [509] action [355] situation [223] international [282] solution [608] attention [482]
détester [2898] jouer [219] travailler [290] silence [1281] en retard [n/a]   2-verb structures: aimer/détester + infinitive
Question - Et toi ?
Expressing likes and saying what I and others do R7
R7(audio)
R7
R7(audio)
 
8
[r] rue [598] triste [1843] moderne [1239] être [5] parler [106]
Revisit liaison: les oranges, les universités
les [1] pomme [2847] merci [1070]
s'il te plaît/s'il vous plaît [n/a]
  plural definite article [les]
aimer/préférer + definite article
2-verb structures: aimer/détester + infinitive
Expressing likes and saying what I and others do R8
R8(audio)
R8
R8(audio)