Bonjour Year 7! It’s testing time again.
You’re going to have a mini assessment – just reading and listening – on the work we’ve done so far in Module 4.
You should revise:
- asking about places in a town
- asking and understanding directions
- saying where you are and where you’re going
- saying where someone else is & where they are going
- using the preposition “à” to say “to” or “at”
- linking simple sentences with connectives
For the “parler” part of your assessment you should prepare answers to these questions.
- Où habites-tu ?
- C’est où ?
- Tu habites dans un appartement ?
- Qu’est-ce qu’il y a au rez-de-chaussée ? Au premier étage ?
- Tu manges à quelle heure le soir ?
- Qu’est-ce que tu fais le soir, après le dîner ?
- Il y a quelque chose que tu ne fais pas ?
- Qu’est-ce que tu fais le weekend ?
Remember that you won’t be asked all of the questions, but you should be ready for them all. If you have revised the module well, then none of this should be too much of a problem !
Bonne chance !
Salut Year 7!
Don’t forget that you’re having your Module 3 assessments this week.
You should know how to say where you live (including the type of house and where that is), rooms in the house, (especially the bedroom and what’s in it), where things are (prepositions), talking about what you do and don’t do in the evenings, telling the time and larger numbers!
It seems like quite a lot, but it’s work we’ve been doing all term.
This week pupils in Years 7 and 8 are going to be reviewing the work that they and their classmates have done this half term
Year 8 will be reading the work that has been produced for the task “Qu’est-ce que tu as fait le weekend dernier?” You will have the opportunity to comment on the work other people in the year group have done, and to reply to comments about your own work. Remember to be honest and constructive in your comments.
Year 7 pupils are going to be completing their descriptions of rooms in a house in draft. Remember that the focus was on use of prepositions! When the drafts are complete you’re going to pair up to edit your work.
We have been talking about prepositions.
Prepositions are words that say where an object is.
Have a look at this storybird. Can you work out what each page means?