Rachel Hawkes

Yr 3 French Summer Term

There is a PowerPoint resource for each lesson. In Yr 3 we anticipate that pupils will have a weekly lesson of between 30-40 minutes. Equally important, however, are the few minutes spent every day re-capping the language learnt each week. This is done with the Class 3 teacher. Suggestions for different activities are included in the Resources column.

Teachers adapt these master copies to suit their classes but ensure that they cover the language and skills as shown on the Scheme of Work.

Summer Term
Week Objective Language (core content) Resources NC PoS ICU Follow up
To learn nouns for different fruit La chenille qui fait des trous (hungry caterpillar) - le fruit
une pomme / les pommes
une poire / les poires
une prune / les prunes
une fraise / les fraises
une orange / les oranges
Lesson 23
Lesson 23 (with audio)
L1, L2, R1, R3, G1, G2    
To learn the names of the days of the week Days of the week - sign language gestures
les jours de la semaine - lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi, samedi, dimanche
Lesson 24
Lesson 24 (with audio)
L1, L2, R1, R3    
To learn food nouns from the Hungry Caterpillar story Food from the story
une tranche de gateau au chocolat, un cornet de glace/une glace, un cornichon, une tranche de fromage, une rondelle de saucisson, une sucette, une portion de tarte aux fruits, une saucisse, une madeleine, une tranche de pastèque
Lesson 25
Lesson 25 (with audio)
To consolidate the new language from lessons 1,2,3 Food from the story Use previous material to revise key language from the Hungry Caterpillar story (fruits, days, food)      
To listen to and understand a French story Video of the story - ordering the text Lesson 26
Lesson 26 (with audio)
L1, R1, R2, R4    
To develop confidence and memory by retelling the HC story Re-telling the story Lesson 26a
Lesson 26b
L1, S3, R2, R3    
To develop confidence and memory by retelling the HC story Re-telling the story Lesson 27 L1, S3, R2, R3    
To use knowledge of colours to create a butterfly Making a butterfly Lesson 27a
Lesson 27b
1 To learn some words for snacks Snack foods
une salade (a salad), un hamburger (a hamburger), un jus d'orange (an orange juice), une banane (a banana), des frites (some chips), un hot dog (a hot dog), une glace (an ice cream), un coca (a coke), un sandwich (a sandwich)
Lesson 28
Lesson 28 (with audio)
L1, L2, R1, R3    
To ask 'What do you want?' and respond 'I want' Ordering food in a café
Qu'est-ce que vous voulez? (What do you want?)
Je voudrais un / une...(I want a )
S'il vous plaît (please)
Voilà (Here you are)
Merci (thank you)
De rien (you're welcome)
Lesson 29
Lesson 29 (with audio)
S1(a), S2, G4    
To ask / answer from memory In a café - role plays
(Language as above)
  S1(a), S2, G4    
1 To write individual words from memory
2 To perform and record their group café dialogues
Display - favourite snacks on plates
In a café - role plays
  W1, S1(a), S2, G4