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Learn French with Ms. Erika: Weekly French Class Level 1
Un Petit Déjeuner Français Avec Kim. French Breakfast + Conversation for 6-10s.
We will eat some French breakfast foods and drink a hot chocolate, preferably from a traditional-style 'bol' together and speak French during the class.
Kim Wark B.A. French.
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This will be an interactive class. At the start of the class I will greet the students in French, ask how they are and what their names are. I will introduce/practise vocabulary about French breakfast foods and drinks and how to express likes/dislikes/preferences of these foods/drinks. As well as answering my questions, students will also ask each other questions and reply to each other. Students will eat traditional French breakfast foods and drink hot chocolate (or similar breakfast...
Students will know what foods French children and young people eat and will be able to express likes/dislikes/preferences.
Students are welcome to use the language learned in the class with family and friends when they eat French breakfasts in the future.
Each student will need to have a selection of French breakfast items - croissants/petits pains au chocolat (sometimes known as chocolatines)/pains au raisins/brioche (rolls or slices), baguette with butter and jam or Nutella. They will also need a knife. Mini croissants/petits pains au chocolat, if available, might be better, as they would allow the student to try more than one type of French breakfast pastry. Hot chocolate is the most common drink for children, though milk is fine (children in France wouldn't usually drink coffee). They usually drink from 'un bol' (see the class photo), but a cup or mug is also acceptable. Parents may wish to prepare the hot drink for their child, as a 'bol' can get quite hot. French children usually have a fabric serviette handy. I will provide a one page handout with the vocabulary used in class at the end of the lesson. I find students pronounce the words more accurately when they have not seen the words written down before the lesson.
I will give verbal feedback during the lesson and brief written feedback for parents after the lesson.
40 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Kim Wark B.A. French.
U.K. based teacher, passionate about teaching French, reading interactive stories to children and helping pupils with SEND achieve their very best.
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
142 total reviews
113 completed classes
Hi and Bonjour from the U.K. Thank you for looking at my profile and considering my classes for your children. I love teaching here on Outschool. I am Kim Wark. I am English. I was born and brought up in London, but moved to Leeds for university...