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Title: French First Level


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French First Level
Lalphabet
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First Level Significant Aspects of Learning
  • Use language in a range of contexts and across
    learning
  • Continue to develop confidence and enthusiasm to
    communicate using the language being learnt
  • Develop an awareness and understanding of
    patterns and sounds of language
  • Begin to develop an understanding of, interest in
    and respect for other countries, cultures and
    languages
  • Appreciate and understand the value of language
    learning
  • Recognise familiar written words when listening
  • Explore how gesture, expression and emphasis are
    used to help understanding.
  • Listen, recognise and respond to familiar voices
    in short, predictable conversations
  • Understand and respond to familiar spoken
    vocabulary
  • Actively take part in daily routines
  • Listen and join in with stories, song or poem
  • Enjoy engaging with simple and familiar texts on
    my own and with others using resources to support
    learning
  • Participate in familiar games, paired speaking
    and short role plays
  • Take part in simple, paired conversations about
    themselves giving simple opinions and asking
    simple questions

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Vocabulary
10. The Alphabet At First Level the focus
should be on being able to say the alphabet in
French. Lalphabet the alphabet a ah n en
b bay o oh c say p pay d day
q koo e eu r er f ef s es g jay t tay
h ash u oo i ee v vay j jee w doob le
vay k ka x eeks l el y eegrek m em z zed
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For First Level focus mainly on being able to say
the alphabet in French, working your way up to
spelling in French at 2nd Level.
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  • Lalphabet en français

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a
ah
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b
bay
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C
say
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d
day
10
e
euh
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f
eff
12
g
jay
13
h
ash
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i
ee
15
j
jee
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k
kah
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l
ell
18
m
em
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n
en
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O
oh
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p
pay
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q
coo
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r
err
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s
ess
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t
tay
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U
oo
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v
vay
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w
doob-le-vay
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x
eex
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y
ee-grek
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z
zed
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Embedding the language
  • You could use the alphabet as a countdown in
    class for getting tidied up etc.
  • You could ask pupils how something might be spelt
    in French. This can really help to enhance their
    spelling English as they are thinking twice as
    hard about the letter sequencing of a word.

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Sample activities
You will find a bank of sample activities which
you can use to practise the vocabulary in the
classroom. This is not a prescriptive list of
activities and you can use or adapt them to suit
the needs of your class.
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  • Lalphabet cest cool!

a b c d
q r s t
e f g
u v w
h i j k
x y z
l m n o p
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  • Lalphabet cest cool!

a b c d
q r s t
e f g
u v w
h i j k
x y z
l m n o p
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  • Lalphabet cest cool!

a b c d
q r s t
e f g
u v w
h i j k
x y z
l m n o p
37
  • Lalphabet cest cool!

a b c d
q r s t
e f g
u v w
h i j k
x y z
l m n o p
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  • Lalphabet cest cool!

a b c d
q r s t
e f g
u v w
h i j k
x y z
l m n o p
39
Match the sounds to the letters
  • For this activity you will need the Letters
    co-op task cards document which is on the
    website in the extra resources section.
  • Print off the sounds and place them around the
    classroom at stations.
  • Pupils should write the alphabet in their
    jotters.
  • In pairs, pupils will then visit each letter
    sound for a set time and will copy it down beside
    the corresponding letter.
  • At the end, you can check these with the sound
    files on the vocabulary slides.

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Trouvez les sons
qui correspondent
aux lettres.
Par exemple A Ah
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Ecoutez lalphabet
Cest correcte?
Cochez les réponses.
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Linking the sounds to actions
  • You can link the sounds to actions see if the
    pupils can pupils can come up with a set for your
    class.
  • Some suggestions
  • Ah like sticking your tongue out for a doctor
  • Bay a coastal bay or in French baby is bébé so
    you could do a baby in your arms mime.
  • Say Is like saying something so you could do
    something to mimic that.
  • Day like a day / sunrise for example
  • Euh (e) sound a bit like being punched in the
    stomach!
  • Etc. These are fun to make up and its good to
    let the pupils choose which ones help them
    remember best. Once youve got a set you can
    practise them altogether.

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Alpha-tig!
  • This is best played in a gym hall/outside.
  • Choose 3 or 4 pupils who will be it.
  • Give each of remaining pupils a letter so that
    they make up the whole alphabet. Some people
    will have two letters.
  • They will then write their letter on a bit of
    paper and stick it to themselves with sellotape
    etc. Double up letters if necessary.
  • Make sure they each know their own letter and
    know how to pronounce it in French. You could do
    this by getting them to line up in order of the
    alphabet and to say it along the line.
  • You will then say a word and the pupils who are
    it have to then tig those with the letters.
    Its the rest of the alphabets job to protect
    them!
  • Once they have the letters, bring them out to the
    front and they can spell out the word in French.

44
Alpha-shapes
  • Say a letter and get the pupils to try and form
    that letter by shaping themselves like in on the
    floor (or standing).
  • Get everyone to say it once they are in position!

45
Songs and videos!
You will find a bank of sample songs and videos
which you can use to practise the vocabulary in
the classroom. This is not a prescriptive list
of songs and you can use or adapt them to suit
the needs of your class.
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La chanson de lalphabet
A B C D E FG H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X
Y Z Maintenant je les connais Toutes les lettres
de lalphabet
47
Cest lalphabet song
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Military style alphabet
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A comme abricot
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French alphabet song
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ICT Resources online
You will find a bank of sample ICT activities
which you can use to practise the vocabulary in
the classroom. This is not a prescriptive list
of activities and you can use or adapt them to
suit the needs of your class. Each of the
slides contains an image of the website page. If
you click on the image it will take you to the
page. Alternatively you can use a link address
which you will find in the slide notes.
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Poisson rouge alphabet
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Lexique.fr
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Au revoir!
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