- To make a short presentation in French
National curriculum links
Pupils should be taught to:
- Describe people, places, things and actions orally and in writing
- Write phrases from memory, and adapt to create new sentences, to express ideas clearly
- Make simple sentences and short texts (L5.2)
- Prepare a short presentation on a familiar topic (O5.4)
- Use a dictionary (LLS)
Before the lesson
Download classroom resources
Teacher knowledge - language points
During the week
- Use the link: ‘Sporcle – Mixed-up animal picture quiz’ to play the quiz and name the mixed-up animals.
- In tables of four, play ‘Picture consequences’ to create more mash-ups. Take a piece of blank paper and fold it width-ways into four (like a concertina or a fan) and then open up. Children take it in turns to draw on each section of the paper, keeping what they have drawn secret from the others. They fold over the paper to cover up what they have drawn and pass to the next person. The first child draws a head, the next a body, the next legs and the last one draws feet. When finished, open up the page to see the finished combined drawing. As a group decide the animal’s name and describe it in French.