Thanks to all those who came along tonight for the final meeting of the year. It was night to enjoy a mince pie and a chat as well as exchange festive ideas.
Below are the materials referenced as promised.
Let it go french lyrics gapfill
Let it go french lyrics – updated
Below is the backing track for the children to sing to – just the first section of the song as per the lyrics.
Frozen gap fill – for smartboard
olaf display – this is the display in the corridor of our school if anyone wants to use it. I bought Olaf on Amazon.
Other Christmas stuff
ugly-christmas-sweater-worksheet Frozen gap fill
Assessment Guidance as discussed
assessment+guidance download the full document here or go to the ALL website for primary materials here
Hope this is all helpful to people and wishing you a fabulous festive break. See you in the New Year
Hi to everyone who came along today – below are the materials referenced at the meeting. Here is a pumpkin soup recipe too which you might like to use with older pupils for Halloween. Enjoy the Half term.
L’automne arrive ptt of text and gap fill
little rabbit – pictures from the book
Materials on Differentiation
10 ideas for dealing with differentiation
Christmas Songs and ideas
http://www.pearsonpublishing.co.uk/education/samples/S_491823.pdf – how to make pop up christmas cards
http://madebyjoel.com/2011/08/paper-city-paris.html – City and nativity cut outs.
– just sound
Other websites referenced
www.classtools.net – for Fakebook, QR codes and other fun tools
www.lirecreer.org – for poems, stories and various other resources for reading.
http://www.amazon.co.uk – link to books shared
Here are the materials from today’s sessions for you to download as promised, as well as some of the link mentioned
WHY DO WE TEACH WRITING IN MFL
Rachel Hawkes website link
Brendenisteaching – link to website
Languages without limits – further reading on Phonics and it’s benefits for MFL
WHY DO WE TEACH WRITING IN THE MFL
Maman je t’aime Powerpoint of the lyrics to this lovely Henri Des Song
Here is the presentation for the session delivered for lovely ITT students at Westdene. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any more questions.
Primary Modern Languages