In the C’est moi! unit, students learn the French alphabet and numbers, as well as how to introduce themselves and their preferences. They will identify situations in which they use formal and informal language and practise speaking with friends. They will also learn how to excuse themselves, state their preferences, and describe their community. Further, students will have the opportunity to read graphic texts in French.
La vie quotidienne
In the La vie quotidienne unit, students will learn vocabulary to talk about their home, family, clothing, and food. They will practise using verb tenses while giving instructions, making lists and schedules, and describe a typical day in their life. Additionally, they will learn about different months, seasons, and traditions in French communities.
In the Les festivals unit, students will listen to poems, songs, and conversations and read texts that describe a variety of festivals and celebrations. They will learn phrases to make comparisons and use them to compare celebrations in different French-speaking communities. They will also practise their writing skills by making advertisements for festivals.
La nature qui nous entoure
In the La nature qui nous entoure unit, students will learn about forests, lakes and rivers, plants, and animals. They will discuss their favourite animals and their habitats, and write letters to address climate change. Furthermore, students will examine interactions between humans and the environment, and strategies they can use to improve these interactions.