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SCHEME OF WORK FOR YEAR 9

The main resource throughout the course is quipeNouvelle 3, published by Oxford [learning methods throughout the year 9 course include the following: listening to recorded audio clips, and recording their own interviews; use of flashcards; word games, e.g. matching up French and English phrases ; writing and acting out role-plays; watching video-clips for cultural information and for listening practice; ICT projects.]

TERM AUTUMN

TOPICS & GRAMMAR IN BRITTANY: family members and relationships; revision of adjectives; giving and justifying opinions; emphatic pronouns IN CLERMONT: negative forms; professions, part-time jobs; pocket money and how we spend it; present and past tense verbs, including reflexives; IN STRASBOURG: perfect & imperfect tenses; direct object pronouns; review of food and meal times; describing a journey; using polite language; IN PROVENCE: homes, rooms and locations; describing a town or village & how to improve it; caring for the environment; different ways to express the future tense IN CHAMONIX: school subjects; describing a school and giving opinions; what school was like in the past; understanding when to use the imperfect tense; IN GUADELOUPE: festivals and traditions; writing and speaking about celebrations; using different tenses in the same sentence

SPRING

SUMMER

SCHEME OF WORK FOR GROUP B, WORKING SEPARATELY FROM MAIN GROUP

TERM 2 half of Spring term


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TOPICS & GRAMMAR Writing and speaking about ones town with opinions; reading comprehension on descriptions of towns; revision of points of compass; revision of shops; prepositions: following and giving directions; revision of rooms in a house and describing ones own room; revision of food items; conversation practice about food preferences; ordering food in a caf or restaurant; making a caf menu School subjects - what we like / dislike and why; describing the good and bad things about our school and what facilities it has; review of jobs and professions; whether we get pocket money and how we spend it

1st half of Summer term

2nd half of Summer term Re-cap on topic of personal qualities describing oneself; family members and relationships with our family and friends; celebrations and festivals in different countries

TOPIC HEADINGS 2.1 CAMILLE, CLERMONTFERRAND 2.2 LE HIT-PARADE DES MTIERS 2.3 LARGENT DE POCHE

MAIN POINTS/LEARNING TOPICS Learning about Auvergne region Asking & answering personal questions
Learning how to talk about jobs New vocab list; understanding texts & audio clips about careers Learning language to discuss pocket money Learning how to use additional negative forms Part-time jobs Guidelines on how to write more fully & persuasively Review of the main past tense Comparing past & present tenses in sample sentences

ASSESSMENT Speaking: pupils practise speaking out the information given & about themselves
Pupils learn & are tested on the vocab; & on their writing and speaking about career plans Testing on negatives and other new vocabulary; speaking and writing about the money they get Reading comprehension; writing and speaking about part-time work

DIFFERENTIATION
By support & by outcome: some will need more help in the task, and others will say more By support and outcome

By support: more able will sit with weaker pupils for the speaking activity; and by outcome By outcome: less able will write less, and may be less accurate By support: some will need help with the writing task By task: there are more complex activities for more able By support & by outcome

2.4 PREMIER BOULOT

2.5 GRAMMAIRE ENCORE ET EN PLUS

Various grammar activities to practise using past tense