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Fantastic advice, thank you intheshed and LaSinge (good name!)
I second the sunderland stuff. I teach French to years 3 and 4 and for those children we use the Catherine Cheater scheme of work, which has songs and finger rhymes as well as stories. It goes down well.
I teach a French after school club in a prumary school. Have a look at these websites: www.sunderlandschools.org/mfl-sunderland/ www.cilt.org.uk/primary.aspxI also found this book really useful www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/1405873922I think for the younger age groups songs and games are the key!
I work in a pre school and we are planning to offer French/German lessons from September (I have a French/German degree).I've been looking for a resource pack but not sure if such a thing exists or if I need to just gather some bits and pieces together and make it up as I go along!Has anyone done this?
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