Start with 15 minutes on TTrockstars.
Fluent in 5:
Remember to use this handy tool to help you with time vocabulary:
In this lesson you will learn to correctly use a.m. and p.m. to read and record time. You will need a pencil and paper for this lesson. Click on the link below and follow the lesson:
Write the times underneath the clocks with either am or pm (e.g. quarter to 4 pm):
Suffixes are letters that can be added to the end of words to change their meaning.
Work your way down the list of words taking two each day, writing each word three times and then writing a sentence for each word. Ask someone in your house to help test you.
Listen and read along to chapter 6 in the video.
What does it mean to ‘seize the moment’?
What makes the man sound stupid?
Why do you think the man was wearing a bobble hat that he’d pulled down?
Why do you think Tilly disappeared?
Read the information text again and answer the comprehension questions below.
There are lots of laws and rules in our country that we have to obey.
Can you think of any?
Who makes the rules?
Who makes sure that they are obeyed?
Why do we need rules and laws?
What will happen if they don’t?
Think about different rules that we should have at school. Why we should have them and how do they benefit everyone?
Make up a rule for school that will benefit everyone if it is kept- use that idea to make a poster- it has to include the reason why on the poster.
Ideas could include:
- not dropping litter
- recycling paper
- not wasting food by eating all your dinner
- not wasting time by lining up quickly
- not name calling
This week you will be learning how to use some simple vocabulary to describe ourselves. You all should be very confident with the first 4 minutes of the video lesson. Use this as revision - remind yourselves how to say "Je m'appelle...." = "my name is...."
Once you have completed the video lesson, there is a quiz at the end you can have a go at.