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1Talking about yourself French Level 2Talking about yourself
2Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning Actively take part in daily routineUnderstand and respond to classroom instructions and personal information from familiar sourcesListen, join in and respond to a story, song or poemParticipate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role playsFurther develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languagesDemonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the value of language learning including skills for life and workTake part in simple, paired conversations about themselves, others and interests of their choiceAsk for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar languageGive a short presentation about a familiar topicPronounce words sufficiently accurately so as to make the meaning clearWork with others and make a successful contribution to a group presentation in English supported by the target languages
3Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning Read aloud a simple textRead and understand a variety of simple textsMake comparisons between English and target language (including use of a bi-lingual dictionary with support)Write about themselves and others and check the accuracy of own writingExchange straightforward information in writing using familiar words and phrases
4Vocabulary Talking about yourself There are three ways of asking someone’s name in French and two ways of asking how old someone is. Use whichever you feel most comfortable with.At level 2 there is a progression onto talking about others.Tu t’apppelles comment? What are you called?Comment tu t’appelles? What are you called?Comment t’appelles-tu? What are you called? (this is generally used inwritten French)Il/elle s’appelle comment? What is he/she called?Je m’appelle... I am called...Il/Elle s’appelle…. He/She is called….C’est qui? Who is it?Qui est-ce? Who is it?C’est It is...Quel âge as-tu?/ Tu as quel âge? How old are you?J’ai ___ ans I am __ years oldOù habites-tu? Where do you live?J’habite à Edimbourg I live in Edimbourg
5Tu t’appelles comment?Choose whichever form you feel most comfortable with.
6Comment tu t’appelles?Choose whichever form you feel most comfortable with.
7Comment t’appelles-tu? Choose whichever form you feel most comfortable with.
8Je m’appelle…Pupils can choose a name for the penguin.
24Embedding the language You can use age to ask someone’s age whenever it’s their birthday. Use both age and where you live when you’re doing the register.
25Sample activitiesYou 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..
26Quel âge as-tu? Activité Look at the following ages on the slides and use your knowledge of numbers to say what age it would be for each of them. E.g. J’ai cinq ans.Regardez les numérosC’est quel âge?
58Faites les introductions Arrêt!Trouve un amiFaites les introductionsTrouvez un autre paireIn this activity, pupils work in cooperative learning groups to guess the name of the celebrity while practising the new phrases for level 2 – Il/Elle s’appelle.Stop, find a friend, do your introductions, choose another pair, sit in a group.Asseyez-vous en groupe
59Choissisez un nom pour le groupe Choissisez une action pour le groupe Choose a name for your group. Choose an action for your group.
60Il s’appelle…His name is…/ Her name is…Elle s’appelle…
61Regardez les images Levez la main Il s’appelle… Dites… ou.. Look at the images, put your hand up and say “His name is…” or “Her name is…”There are only a couple of examples on here.Game could be continued by pupils drawing a celebrity and pupils say “Il s’appelle” or “Elle s’appelle”.Elle s’appelle…
62Elle s’appelle Queen Elizabeth. Her name is Queen Elizabeth
63Il s’appelle comment?What is his name?Il s’appelle David Beckham
64Je m’appelle.., J’ai..J’habite à… As you click on each slide pupils write the number.Pupils listen to the audio file and record the name of the person, their age and where they live.This can be played twice if the pupils need it.At end pupils can peer assess results by listening again.Pupils could then create their own recordings for other pupils to work out.A map is attached to next slide to help pupils with locations in France. This could be used to differentiate depending on the ability of the class.
66Numéro un.Answers: My name is Jean. I am 12 years old. I live in Paris.Je m’appelle Jean. J’ai douze ans. J’habite à Paris
67Numéro deuxAnswers: My name is Juile. I am 11 years old. I live in BordeauxJe m’appelle Julie. J’ai onze ans. J’habite à Bordeaux
68Numéro troisAnswers: My name is Marie. I am 15 years old. I live in Nantes.Je m’appelle Marie. J’ai quinze ans. J’habite à Nantes.
69Numéro quatreAnswers: My name is David. I am 16 years old. I live in Nice.Je m’appelle David. J’ai seize ans. J’habite à Nice
70Numéro cinqAnswers: My name is Sophie. I am 17 years old. I live in LyonJe m’appelle Sophie. J’ai dix-sept ans. J’habite à Lyon.
71Songs 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.You will find a set of more challenging activities in First Level Days of the Week and Months.
72Quel âge as-tu chanson!Image contains hyperlink toThere are also flashcards to accompany the song which are avaiable here: