4th- 5th grade : Les loustics 1- 2
We are going to review rapidly Unit 1,2,3 with emphasis on the highlighted details
Unit 1: Bonjour! Greetings – C’est la rentrée! Back to School!
a- Introduce self and others
b- Classroom commands.
c- What time is it?
d- What do you see in class?
e- Shapes and colors (masculine and feminine)
f- What is he doing? What is she doing? (in connection to the commands)
g- Describe this person.
h- How many languages do you speak?
I- What is your nationality?
Unit 2: Vive l’école! “Long live the school”
a- What is it? Naming the objects of the school
b- What are they doing? (in connection to the commands)
c- Write the date (days and months)
d- What do you learn at school?
e- What do you like most at school?
f- What do you like to play at recess?
Unit 3: La famille Legrand “ The family members”
a- Do you have brothers and sisters?
b- Do you have cousins?
c- How old is grand-mother Colette?
d- When is your birthday?
e- Where do you live?
We will continue Unit 4, 5 and hope to get to Unit 6
Unit 4 : En forme? Are you Healthy and in good shape?
a- Name the parts of your face/ your body
b- Can you describe yourself? (particular features, accessories)
c- How are you feeling today? (express emotions)
d- Do you have any pain? Tell where you feel pain
Unit 5: Bon appétit! Enjoy your meal!
a- Are you prepared to have a picnic? (kitchen tools and some food)
b- Name some fruits
c- Name some drinks and say you’re thirsty
d- Name some food and say you’re hungry
e- Tell about your like and dislike in food, tell your preference and express your opinion
Unit 6: Bientot les vacances! “It’s almost vacation time”!
a- Name what you do when you put your clothing on
b- Tell about the weather and the seasons
c- Name the clothing that you wear every day
d- How are traveling?
Cultural facts and feasts:
- French greetings
- French schools
- Child’s bedroom
- French recipe for crepes
- The seasons
- Le Nouvel an – the new year
- La Chandeleur - candlemas
- Le poisson d’avril – April fools
· We will be counting till 100 throughout the year and have the capability to write the date independently.
Et chez vous! …. And at Home!
Even if you don’t know a word of French, you can still support your child’s learning in many ways. Have the child review their notebook 5 to 10 minutes daily and repeat the words several times while you are listening.
Have fun with the learning and always remind your children to do their best at all times.
Thank you! Merci beaucoup!