Les Animaux de la Ferme: Farm Animals For The French Beginner
In this one-time class for French beginners, students will learn how to talk about various farm animals in French.
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In this class, students will learn how to talk about various farm animals (chickens, ducks, pigs, horses, cows, goats, etc.) in French through repetition and voice variation. Students will learn the names of the animals and talk about them in simple sentences. All students will have the opportunity to speak throughout the class as we go through the PowerPoint. Because students are encouraged to repeat and speak in class, a working microphone is strongly recommended. Repetition for language...
Students will learn the names of different farm animals and use them in sentences (with support).
I grew up in a bilingual household here in Canada and we spoke both French and English growing up. Learning multiple languages is a great tool for world travellers, and it is a fantastic tool to stimulate your brain. I love speaking French and cannot wait to share my love of this language with you!
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25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mme. Elayna, Enseignante de Français Canadienne (Canadian French Teacher)
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
1200 total reviews
864 completed classes
Hello! Bonjour! My name is Elayna Doucet and I am so excited to be your student's teacher. I live in New Brunswick, Canada and I hold a Bachelor's degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario in Sociology. In addition to sociology, I...