Description - Games for Teaching Primary French by Daniele Bourdais
Fast, Fun Activities and Games for Teaching Primary French is a practical toolkit containing a wide variety of fun and engaging activities for all abilities, from complete beginners to more competent learners. It includes a range of activities, from 5-minute starters or plenaries to longer, more challenging games where learners can make substantial progress. It has been devised specifically for busy teachers with limited resources, budget and planning time, who want simple and effective ideas to use in the classroom. The games in this book cover all core aspects of the primary French curriculum and are organised into the key skills areas of listening, speaking, reading and writing, with additional parts on grammar, number games and sounds. These activities and games allow learners to absorb and explore language in a variety of mediums, building up skills, knowledge and confidence in the process. The book is packed with techniques and activities to support existing schemes of work and offers plenty of inspiration and ideas for teaching primary French.The straightforward, reliable, no-tech suggestions are based on sound pedagogy and years of classroom experience and will deliver great learning outcomes lesson after lesson.
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(240mm x 210mm x 18mm)
Crown House Publishing
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Author Biography - Daniele Bourdais
Daniele Bourdais is a French bilingual writer, editor and consultant. She has been working in the UK with educational publishers for nearly 30 years and in this time has co-authored a variety of print and online resources. Daniele has created high profile, award-winning courses for the teaching of French from KS2 to A level. Sue Finnie has many years' experience in the fields of education, language learning and publishing. She has written a wide range of educational resources for teaching French; from magazines and books to songs, CD-ROMs, online courses and radio and TV programmes. Key projects include the primary French course Comete and the award-winning KS3 course Equipe.