331 Teacher Notes Click on the characters to hear them say Je m’appelle (I am called) and their names. Ask children to work out what the characters are saying.
342Teacher NotesListen to a selection of French male names. As you advance the slides, the name on the sign the character is holding will change and the class will hear it said in French. Click on the sign to hear it again.
353Teacher NotesAfter all of the names have been heard, click on them one at a time in the chart to hear them again.
364Teacher NotesDo the same with the female names. Ask children if any of the names (male or female) are similar to ones they know. Did they hear any names with the sound j, on or u?
375Teacher NotesInvite children to the board. Say one of the names (or click on a name to hear it without them looking) and ask them to point to the one that they heard.
386Teacher NotesClick on the pictures to listen to the letter names of the five vowels. Children repeat. Take one of the vowels and ask whose name contains that vowel. Spell aloud two or three children’s names, writing them in the air or on the board at the same time. Children repeat.
397Teacher NotesAsk children to guess the name of the person hiding behind the balloon. Ask the class the question C’est . . .? (Is it ?). Click on any of the names to hear this.
408Teacher NotesClick on the balloon to reveal who is behind it. Click on the character to hear him or her say their name. Repeat the process over the next set of slides for all of the characters.
419Teacher NotesClick on the yellow arrow or words to listen to the question Comment tu t’appelles? (What are you called?) and ask if anyone knows what it might mean. Ask children if they can think of another word containing the sound u (Salut). Ask them to repeat Comment tu t’appelles?
4210 Teacher Notes Play a guessing game: one child sits with their back to the class and asks Comment tut’appelles? Silently point to another child who disguises their voice and says Je m’appelle plus the wrong name. The first child saysC’est …? The class respond with Oui / Nonuntil the first child guesses correctly.
4311Teacher NotesAsk the question Comment tu t’appelles? around the room, so that children can respond individually. Focus on the j sound and remind children of the same sound in Bonjour.
4412Teacher NotesAsk children to move around the room greeting each other and asking each other their names. Finish the session by waving and saying Au revoir. Children respond.
4513 Teacher Notes See the Primary French Worksheets pack for worksheets that could be used with thispresentation. All images in our presentationsare licensed to us by Dreamstime.com and are copyrighted. Sound recorded at TEFL Audio, the UK’s leading language recordingstudios.