2Pour commencer...Dictionary work – pupils have five minutes to try and complete their categories with as many words as they can in pairs, in French. Recall food words learned previously and refer pupils back to the vocabulary list given earlier.
3La pyramide alimentaire En quelle proportion, selon toi?Ask pupils to guess what proportion of which group is needed to have a balanced diet. Explain that two groups need to go in the top two layers. Then click to reveal answers and discuss what pupils found surprising. Pupils then copy this pyramid in their books.
4The word for “the” and “some” AnglaisMasculin singulierFéminin singuliervoyellePluriela / oneununeun / unedesthelelal’lessomedude lade l’du fromageun fromage
5When do we use which one?Cheese is excellent for (the) bones and (the) teeth.I’d like some cheese, please.And also, I’d like an apple.Le fromage est excellent pour les os et les dents.Je voudrais du fromage, s’il vous plaît.Et aussi, je voudrais une pomme.Extension: Pour rester en forme, il est nécessaire de manger ____________, par exemple _________________Pupils translate each sentence underneath their grammar notes.