Wow what a day it was! So many great sessions and so much interesting debate in the break out rooms.
My session PPT (PDF) is below – feel free to share with colleagues more widely and the recording will be emailed to those who paid to attend on the day.
I will extend my £10 (half price) offer for the Petit Prince 78 page Ks2 / Ks3 resource pack to the end of this month.
Should you be interested in Polly va en France / en Belgique / en Suisse / au Canada or au Maroc, contact me direct for how to purchase these eBooks for just £5 each direct from me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Below find the 3 YouTube clips which are recordings of today’s Zoom webinar and a comprehensive list of accompanying links to the main resources and websites we shared (please let me know if I have missed any):
A list of useful links from today’s ALL York Primary Hub MFL Show n Tell:
Rhyming work In small groups, can you match up the rhyming pairs?
la santé [health] manger [to eat] bien-être [wellbeing] la norme [the norm] dormir [to sleep] faire du sport [to do sport] kilomètres
à volanté [as many as you like] sain [healthy] jouer au tennis [to play tennis] en forme [healthy] du pain [bread] je suis fort [I am strong] bouger [to move] rigoler [to laugh] sortir [to go out] danser [to dance] tant pis! [tough luck!] les fruits
la nuit [night] Exemple: les fruits rhymes with la nuit
I am very excited to be presenting at this year’s Language World conference in Manchester speaking about the exciting and ever important 17 SDGs and how we can easily incorporate these life changing themes into our language lessons.
Find below a link to my presentation which includes the contact details you will need to gain free access to the 20 free French lessons I have written in collaboration with the wonderful folk at Leeds DEC.
Here is a 2 part lesson I have created as part of the Leeds DEC work I have been doing on the 17 SDGs,
Water and clean sanitation are one of the 17 all important goals and as today is WORLD TOILET DAY, I thought it appropriate to share what I have done for use in your lessons. Aimed at KS4/5 the lesson is clearly laid out and can be used as a stand alone lesson or you can dip in and out and just use individual parts of the lesson as you see fit.