Grade 5 – Preparation for the French May continues for the next 2 weeks. Not much time is left before the biggest, one-day festive event takes place! There is a lot of excellent work being done – illustrative posters and quizzes are very creative and will be sure to get any visitor involved.
Grade 6 – French exams are assessed and returned to all students today! Please share results with your parents. Parents please ask your child to show you their exam paper. These must be signed and returned to your French teacher by next class. Looking ahead: ORAL EXAMS week of May 20 – reading a short text. Assessed on pronunciation, expression, clarity and volume.
Grade 5s – continue their preparations for the French May – invitations, advertisements and display posters. There are lots of great and creative ideas seen so far! Remember to make your display poster simple and to the point. Some key questions to ask yourself as you design and plan: what do I want to teach the visitors who visit my table? How will I teach the visitors? Have I practiced my lesson with my group? Is there a treat or little prize for the visitors?
Grade 6s – Mark your homework diary. French End of Year Assessment – 6C Thursday May 9. 6A, 6B, 6D, 6E Friday May 10. Duration: 30 minutes. Content: Part A. General Knowledge on material taught over the past term – calendar, numbers, weather, prepositions, different types of stores (e.g. supermarché, magasin, pharmacie), parts of a school, classroom stationary, body parts, rooms in a house, family, animals, and colours. Part B. Reading Comprehension of a short text and answering short questions. Part C. Written Expression. Write a short 40 word paragraph about yourself. Part D. Listening Comprehension.