French Audio Books

Here are two excellent web sites offering audio books to expand vocabulary and improve pronunciation.

You can access these books by login in to www.tumblebooks.com a school assigned website. The login and password information has been sent to your email.

http://www.biblioenfants.com/

A collection of simple audio e-books as well as games that go with each book :

http:/http://www.duplaisiralire.com/jeux/index.htm


Recommended Websites to Practice and Review French

Please click on the links below to see alternatives to Linguascope to practice French over the summer.

This website has a series of fun games for reviewing letter sounds and digraphs, most of which have been covered in years one and two of the French programme.

Logiciel Educatif

www.logicieleducatif.fr/index_lecture_sons.php

This one is simple to navigate, offering an alternative to Linguascope for very basic vocabulary revision.

http://http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2french.html

An animated website which covers a range of topics covered in class, including various games.

http://http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/flbla/html/scenarios/scenario2/index.html?scenario=2&group=2&activity=0&totalactivities=18

Duolingo is a free web site, but students need to sign up in order to access it. It tracks students’ progress which is an advantage.

http://https://www.duolingo.com/

An excellent collection of audio books in French

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwuraXLfuQE&index=8&list=PL82DE69BDAD329983


Grade 2 French homework for the new unit

Grade 2 French have started their new unit on countries and nationalities. We are currently reading the abbreviated version of a book entitled “le loup qui voulait faire le tour du monde” :

leloupquivoulait

We will begin by learning vocabulary related to the countries the wolf visits.

It would benefits students greatly if they could review the vocabulary on linguascope as well, by going on the linguascope website, under “beginner”, “mon environment”, and finally “les pays” and completing the assignments there.

Students will also get a copy of the simplified version of the book next week and watch the following video :


French snow day work Grade 2

Dear Parents,

Students should log into the linguascope website, and follow these steps :

1. Go to “beginner”.
2. Click on “mon environment”.
3. Click on “Le recyclage”.

All activities under this sections should be completed.
Students should try to find items that can be recycled at home, such as paper, empty cans (without sharp edges), as well as glass and plastic items to bring to school after the break.
Students are encouraged to explore all other vocabulary sections as well, especially “la nourriture” and “la météo”.

Wishing you a wonderful break.


Grade 3 Hisar building compound sentences in French

Students are beginning to form compound sentences in French. In this video, Lucy and Dapo demonstrate their understanding of how we can replace proper nouns with pronouns, such as replacing “Isabelle” with “elle”. Next week, we will be looking at definite, indefinite and partitive articles by building their own class “gender chart” of the nouns we have learned so far in French.


Grade 2 Marmara sorting foods and thinking about categories

This week, Grade 2 looked into different food items in Turkish and wrote the ones they liked the most on post-its. We then collected all this data on a poster, where we tried to figure out how we could put all these foods into different categories in Turkish. We looked at how these foods were different – “faklı” or the same “aynı” or “benzer” similar.

 

 


Grade 2 and healthy foods in French

Grade 2 at Hisar were hard at work this week. They were determined to learn all the new words related to healthy foods, and they succeeded. They have conquered the vocabulary challenge this week, with all the outstanding effort and willingness they showed to learn while having fun.


Grade 2 and The French Vegetable Alphabet Soup – part 1

Grade 2 at Hisar were busy looking for vegetables in French.

Grade 2 at Hisar were busy looking for vegetables in French.

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This week, Grade 2 were learning the names of vegetables in French. They then decided to build their vocabulary further by looking for more vegetables. Once each group creates their own lists, they will “make” a French vegetable alphabet soup. By writing the first letter of each letter, they will also review the sounds of the alphabet and identify which other words start with that letter. For instance, if they added broccoli, they could say “bleu”.


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