2 Les animaux domestiques This PowerPoint contains:Slides 3 to 4: teacher’s notes with suggestions for games andactivities, using the following cards ad postersSlides 5 to 12: a set of flashcards, covering 7 common pets.Slides 13 to 19: the same flashcards, with their associatedFrench names and sound files.Slide 20: a set of labels for the 7 pets.Slides 21 to 28: a set of mini cards.Slides 29 to 38: a set of pet’s posters.
3 Teacher’s notes (1) Learning vocabulary for pets - Qu’est-ce que c’est ? C’est un chat.Ask pupils Qui a un chat à la maison ? Elicit answers: Moi, j’ai unchat and Non, je n’ai pas de chat.Using the Flashcards*, play a game of miming the animals or Pictionaryin small groups or with the whole classPlay a game of “What’s in my bag?” using the Flashcards* or MiniFlashcards*: place an animal card in a bag/hat, etc. Pupils have to guesswhat card is in the bag by asking Il y a un chat ? or Il y a un chien noir,etc.Answers are: Oui, il y a un chat or Non, il n’y a pas de chat.
4 Teacher’s notes (2)Using the Mini Flashcards*, play a “Find your partner” game. Give eachchild a card and tell them to walk around saying: je suis un chat / je suisblanc / et toi ? / au revoir ¹. If the cards match, pupils link arms and say“Ah, mon copain (masculine)/ ma copine (feminine) ! ¹” (my friend)Pass a bag around the class with animal mini Flashcards* in them and puton some music. When the music stops, the class chants: je suis, je suis, jesuis …. And the person with the bag picks a card and says: je suis un(hamster/hamster marron). Repeat the process until everyone has a card.Play a memory game with the mini Flashcards*Pupils complete the posters* by choosing a name, filling in the coloursand drawing what each animal likes.Pupils can then produce a poster with a drawing or picture of their ownpet, or choosing a pet that they would like to have and drawing & filling in a“speech bubble” with similar information