- To ask and answer a question about something you have or do not have
National curriculum links
Pupils should be taught to:
- Understand basic grammar (feminine, masculine and neuter forms) and how to apply it to build sentences
- Engage in conversations; ask and answer questions
- Ask and answer questions (O3.3)
- Recognise question forms and negatives (KAL)
- Remember a sequence of spoken words (O3.4)
Before the lesson
Download classroom resources
Teacher knowledge - language points
Pupils needing extra support: support by limiting the number of classroom items used to formulate phrases
Pupils working at greater depth: challenge to construct their own sentences independently, using the conjunctions ‘et‘ and ‘mais‘, using intonation to communicate meaning.
During the week
- Find excuses during the day to ask children for different items you need.
- Have the mini cards available for use at break or other appropriate times. Encourage the children to design their own rules for new games and share them.
- Don’t forget to keep practising your numbers – can you and the class count down from 12 to be ready? (It’s not so easy backwards!)