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Le Prof Kim: Beginning French Farm Animals Preschool Elementary
This 4-day class introduces learners to the names of farm animals in French. Learners will first learn to name the animals, then use sentences to describe the farm animals and where they live. Includes a mini-book for reading practice.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
$8 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 2 weeks
25 minutes per class
Are you ready to move on past learning the letters of the alphabet in French? Are you ready to learn to say and read the names of twelve common farm animals? This class is for all learners, both those who are brand new to French and those who have mastered their ABCs and are ready to learn new letter blends and words. Day 1: Introduce the letters and letter blends with their sounds that are used throughout the class. Introduce the names of six animals. Day 2: Review the day 1...
Use the French language to: Recognize and pronounce the sounds of common letters and letter blends. Name the colors: white, black, brown, pink, and yellow. Name 12 common farm animals Use common verbs to explain what farm animals do Ask a question about a farm animal Answer a question about a farm animal
French is my second language. I have experience teaching both French and reading in a public school classroom. I am a licensed teacher.
Learners will benefit from reviewing their handouts in between classes.
Teacher created handouts
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learning a language takes time. While young people often pick up a language quickly, it is common for them to have a period of time when they are listening and do not have a lot of output. Rest assured they are learning, even if they don't want to say much in class. This is one reason why it is better to have several shorter classes, rather than one or two classes that are an hour long.
Meet the teacher
I believe that students need to see the personal side of the world. When students begin to see a unique story in a history or science lesson, they become engaged and learn. Learners need to see the relevance of what they learn. Then, they...