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The Weather. French 1st Level. Please note that this PPT is largely the same as Early Level Weather except for the inclusion of two new vocabulary structures: Il y a du soleil Il y a du vent

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French 1st level

The Weather

French 1st Level


First level weather

Please note that this PPT is largely the same as Early Level Weather except for the inclusion of two new vocabulary structures:

Il y a du soleil

Il y a du vent

These have been incorporated into the Early Level activities and there are also some extra songs and ICT activities.

The 2nd Level PPT adds in 3 further items (stormy, cloudy and foggy) and also includes the seasons.

First Level Weather


First level significant aspects of learning

  • Use language in a range of contexts and across learning

  • Continue to develop confidence and enthusiasm to communicate using the language being learnt

  • Develop an awareness and understanding of patterns and sounds of language

  • Begin to develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languages

  • Appreciate and understand the value of language learning

  • Recognise familiar written words when listening

  • Explore how gesture, expression and emphasis are used to help understanding.

  • Listen, recognise and respond to familiar voices in short, predictable conversations

  • Understand and respond to familiar spoken vocabulary

  • Actively take part in daily routines

  • Listen and join in with stories, song or poem

  • Enjoy engaging with simple and familiar texts on my own and with others using resources to support learning

  • Participate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role plays

  • Take part in simple, paired conversations about themselves giving simple opinions and asking simple questions

First Level Significant Aspects of Learning


Vocabulary

Quel temps fait-il?

7. The weather

Quel temps fait-il? What’s the weather like?

Il fait beauIt’s nice

Il fait chaudIt’s hot

Il fait froidIt’s cold

Il fait grisIt’s grey

Il neigeIt’s snowing

Il pleutIt’s raining

Il y a du ventIt’s windy

Il y a du soleilIt’s sunny

You will also see Il fait du soleil and Il fait du vent being used but the French are more likely to use Il y a du vent and il y a du soleil.

Vocabulary


Quel temps fait il

Quel temps fait-il?


Il fait beau

Il fait beau!


Il fait chaud

Il fait chaud!


Il fait froid

Il fait froid


Il fait gris

Il fait gris


Il pleut

Il pleut


Il neige

Il neige!


Il y a du vent

Il y a du vent


Il y a du soleil

Il y a du soleil


Embedding the language

Embedding the language

Ask what the weather is like in French at the start of everyday along with the date.

Printed and laminated weather vocab. PPT slides could be used to support this.


Sample activities

Sample activities

You will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.

This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.


Quel temps fait il1

Quel temps fait-il?

  • Look at the following weather pictures.

  • Listen to the three different weathers in French.

  • Can you choose which one best describes the picture?


Quel temps fait il2

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il fait beau

Oui! Il fait beau! 


Quel temps fait il3

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il neige

Oui! Il neige! 


Quel temps fait il4

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il pleut

Oui! Il pleut! 


Quel temps fait il5

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il fait chaud

Oui! Il fait chaud! 


Quel temps fait il6

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il fait froid

Oui! Il fait froid! 


Quel temps fait il7

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui il y a du soleil

Oui! Il y a du soleil! 


Quel temps fait il8

Quel temps fait-il?


Oui bravo tout le monde il y a du vent

Oui, bravo tout le monde! Il y a du vent! 


Quel temps fait il fancy dress game

Quel temps fait-il? Fancy dress game.

  • Select a range of props which match the different weather types (e.g. sunglasses, hat and scarf, warm coat, bucket and spade, umbrella etc.)

  • Pupils sit in a circle with all items placed in the middle.

  • One pupil goes to the centre.

  • All pupils chant, “Quel temps fait-il?”

  • Teacher (or pupil) calls a weather in French.

  • Pupil in the centre puts on an item of clothing which matches that type of weather.


Weather snap

Weather snap!

  • Pupils have different weather symbol cards on their desks/in a group

  • Class ask the question “Quel temps fail-il?”

  • Teacher says a weather type and they have to slap the card (or hold up the correct one!).

  • As they grow in confidence they can be asked to individually choose a weather.


Quel temps fait il charades

Quel temps fait-il? Charades

  • Teacher teaches actions to each of the weather phrases e.g. shivering for cold, putting up an umbrella for rain etc.

  • Class chant question “Quel temps fait-il?”

  • Teacher then says a weather phrase and class do the mime as a group.

  • Pupils then take over saying the weather phrase.

  • Teacher then models miming a weather and pupils have to guess which one it is.

  • Pupils then mime for others in class.


Songs and videos

Songs and videos!

You will find a bank of sample songs and videos which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.

This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.

You will find a set of more challenging activities in First Level Days of the Week and Months.


French 1st level

Quand il neige


French 1st level

Quel temps fait-il aujourd’hui?


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Quel temps fait-il?

Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il?

Il fait beau, beau, beau, beau

Il fait beau, beau, beau, beau

Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il?

Il fait chaud, chaud, chaud, chaud

Il fait chaud, chaud, chaud, chaud

Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il?

Il fait gris, gris, gris, gris

Il fait gris, gris, gris, gris

Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il?

Il fait froid, froid, froid, froid

Il fait froid, froid, froid, froid

Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il? Quel temps fait-il?

Il neige,neige, neige, neige

Il neige,neige, neige, neige


Ict resources online

ICT Resources online

You will find a bank of sample ICT activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.

This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.

You will find a set of more supported activities in Early Feelings and more challenging activities in Level 2 Feelings.

Each of the slides contains an image of the website page. If you click on the image it will take you to the page. Alternatively you can use a link address which you will find in the slide notes.


French 1st level

BBC languages weather games, videos and songs.


French 1st level

Australia Languages online activities


French 1st level

Languages online activities


Au revoir

Au revoir!


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