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Ma visite à Paris

Nom Prénom Classe Professeur(s) Date

In this unit I am learning to: 

To understand an account of a trip.

To tell the time

To talk about my morning routine

To talk about different methods of transport.

To talk about holiday activities.

To talk about what I ate and drank.

To give my opinion.

To use connectives.

To use a dictionary.

To develop my reading skills.

To develop my extended writing skills.

To develop my speaking skills.

My target level for the end of Year 8 is: __________

Level for this Booklet


Objective

LY E ON A R T EX S GIRL FOR

Talking about what you did on holiday [1]

Je suis allé(e) à Paris.

Je suis arrivé(e) à la Gare du Nord.

Je suis monté€ dans

Je suis entré(e) dans la cathédrale Notre Dame.

Je suis descendu(e) dans les catacombes.

Je suis retourné(e) à l’hôtel.

I

Je suis

You

(s) allé(e)

la Tour Eiffel.

mont

é(e)( s

Tu es

)

entré(e)(s) He/she

Il / Elle est



reto

We

Nous sommes

urné

descendu(e)(s)

(e)(s

)

sorti(e)(s) You

they

Vous êtes

Ils / Elles sont

to

)(s) e ( é mb

)(s)

vé(e i r r a

)(s) parti(e mort(e)(s)

né(e)(s)

)(s) e ( é rest

Devoirs A.

Memorise the phrases at the top of this page. Learn how to spell them. B.

Page 2

Invent some new sentences using the table on this page.


Work out how to say these phrases. Use the table on page 2. 1

I stayed [1]

They left [1]

You left [1]

2

I fell [1]

We fell [1]

He fell [1]

3

I was born [1]

He died [1]

She died [1]

4

He went to Paris. [2]

5

We went to Marseilles. [2]

6

She arrived at the hotel. [2]

7

We arrived at a hotel. [2]

8

They entered the Métro. [2]

9

We went down. [1]

Mark /20

Prepare a short speech (about 1 minute) talking about a visit to Paris. Remember to use connectives. Do not read from a prepared speech. You are allowed key words to help you remember what to say.

et — and

avec - with



5 marks for preparation. (No reading from a text you’ve written).



5 marks for a good accent.



5 marks for the quality of the aidemémoiré.

ensuite - and then

/20

après ça after that

Devoirs A.

learn the spellings of the connectives.

B.

Memorise your speech. You can record it

C.

Complete the translations on this page.

D.

Invent sentences using the table on page two. Add nonsense endings for fun.

5 marks for good group work.

TOTAL 20 Marks. This will be recorded in your teacher’s markbook. Mark

puis - then

finalement

d’abord - first

You will assess each other in groups.



Mark

on a mobile and listen to yourself.


Objective Talking about what you did on holiday [2]

du vin, de l’eau minérale, du jus de pomme (orange, ananas etc), un Orangina, de la limonade, un diabolo menthe, du café….

J’ai bu

une pizza, une glace, un croque monsieur, un croissant, un steak, des frites, un sandwich, des escargots, des moules…

J’ai mangé J’ai voyagé

en avion, en taxi, en métro, en train, à vélo, en autobus, en bateau

J’ai acheté

un cadeau: une montre, un porte-clés, un chapeau, une bague, un stylo, une magazine, du fromage, du vin, des lunettes de soleil...

J’ai aimé

le…..

la……..

les…….

l’……..

J’ai détesté

le…..

la……..

les…….

l’……..

J’ai visité

le…..

la……..

les…….

l’……..

J’ai vu

le…..

la……..

les…….

l’……..

Le Sacré Coeur

Les Champs Elysées et l’Arc de Triomphe I

J’ai

You

Tu as

He/she

Il / Elle a

We

Nous avons

You

Vous avez

they

Ils / Elles ont

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dans un restaurant français / italien / tunisien / vietnamien

La Grande Arche de la Défense

La Seine

Le Louvre

La Tour Eiffel

Les catacombes

La cathédrale Notre dame

acheté

mangé

visité

 aimé

trouvé

bu voyagé détesté fait

Devoirs A.

Learn the words for presents.

B.

Learn how to say how you travelled.

C.

Practise giving your opinion on the sights.

D.

Invent new phrases using the table on the left.


Translate these sentences into French. Use the table on page 4 for help. 1

He ate a cheese sandwich [2]

Il a mangé un sandwich au fromage.

2

We liked the Métro. [2]

Nous avons aimé le Métro.

3

She visited the Louvre [2]

Elle a visité le Louvre.

4

They bought some cheese. [2]

Ils ont acheté du fromage.

5

They found a restaurant. Ils ont trouvé un restaurant. [2]

6

You hated the museum. [2]

7

I drank a fizzy water. [2] J’ai bu de l’eau minérale gazeuse.

8

We saw the President. [2]

9

I visited Notre Dame. [2] J’ai visité la cathédrale Notre Dame.

10 I bought a watch. [2]

Mark

Tu as détesté le musée

Nous avons vu le Président

J’ai acheté une montre.

This is for your draft. You will get a real postcard for your final piece.

Mark /25

Write a postcard about a trip to Paris. [25 marks] Presentation [3] Content & Opinions [7] Accuracy [10] Connectives [5]

Devoirs A.

Complete the translations above.

B.

Write out the final version of your postcard on the postcard you receive from your teacher.

Mark /25

Page 5


Objective How to describe your hotel/

À l’hôtel il y avait…… (at the hotel there was…)

un restaurant

un cybercafé

un court de tennis

un minigolf

une piscine

une salle de jeux

une hydrothérapie

une salle de gym

des spectacles

C’était un hôtel à 4 étoiles



La chambre était grande / petite.

Rewrite all the hotel facilities in your own personal order of preference. 1

6

2

7

3

8

4

9

5

Page 6

Devoirs: Design a leaflet advertising a hotel. Label the features in French.


Objective Understand someone talking about a

Answer these questions about the text.

Holiday. Londres, 5 septembre Cher Jean Paul Au mois d’août je suis allé à Paris avec ma famille et mon ami Luke. Le matin du premier jour je me suis levé à 7h00. Puis je me suis douché et je me suis habillé. Je suis descendu au restaurant où j’ai pris mon petit déjeuner. J’ai mangé un croissant et j’ai bu un café parce que j’adore le petit déjeuner français. A 9h00 nous sommes partis en Métro pour le centre ville. Il y avait beaucoup de personnes mais le voyage était rapide. Nous sommes arrivés vers 9h45 près de la Tour Eiffel. Je suis monté jusqu’au troisième étage. J’ai beaucoup aimé le vue . C’était impressionnant! Nous avons visité aussi, la Cathédrale Notre Dame et les Champs Elysées où j’ai fait du shopping. J’ai acheté un porte-clés pour et une casquette mon ami en Angleterre. Nous avons trouvé un petit restaurant sympa pour le déjeuner. J’ai mangé un sandwich au poulet et j’ai bu un diabolo menthe. C’était délicieux ! Ma mère a mangé des escargots – beurk ! Nous sommes retournés à l’hôtel vers 9h00. J’ai mangé mon dîner puis j’ai regardé un film d’horreur à la télévision – c’était nul ! J’étais très fatigué donc je me suis couché. J’ai bien aimé ma visite à Paris. Bien à toi

John 1.

Where is John writing from?[1]

9.

Which 2 places did he go to later?[2]

2.

Which Town did he visit?[1]

10.

What did he buy for his friend?[2]

3.

Who did he go with?[2]

11.

Describe the restaurant he found?[1]

4.

What time did he get up?[1]

12.

What did he eat? [1]

5.

What did he have for breakfast?[2] Why?[1]

13.

What did his mother eat?[1]

6.

What 2 things are said about the Métro?[2]

14.

What did he do in the evening?[2]

7.

What level of the Eiffel Tower did he go to?[1]

15.

What is his opinion of his visit?[1]

8.

How does he describe the view?[1]

Mark Page 7

/20


Objective How to tell the time

Il est

UNE

CINQ

DEUX

DIX

TROIS

ET QUART

QUATRE

VINGT

CINQ

VINGT-CINQ

SIX

ET DEMI

SEPT

CINQ DIX QUINZE

HEURE(S)

VINGT TRENTE TRENTE-CINQ

HUIT

QUARANTE

NEUF

MOINS

VINGT-CINQ

DIX

MOINS

VINGT

ONZE

MOINS

LE QUART

MIDI

MOINS

DIX

MINUIT

MOINS

CINQ

Il est midi

QUARANTE-CINQ CINQUANTE CINQUANTE-CINQ

Il est une heure

Il est trois heures

Il est dix heures

Il est sept heures et demi

Il est six heures et quart

Il est huit heures et Il est neuf heures quart dix

Il est midi vingtcinq

Il est sept heures moins dix

Il est dix heures moins vingt

Il est trois heures moins le quart

Il est minuit moins cinq

Il est six heures moins vingt-cinq

Il est minuit

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Objective Talking about what you did on holiday [3]

Notice how the infinitive changes when you talk about the past.

Se réveiller

Se lever

Se doucher

Je me suis réveillé(e)

Je me suis levé(e)

Je me suis douché(e)

S’habiller

Se brosser les cheveux

Se brosser les dents

Je me suis habillé(e)

Je me suis brossé(e) les cheveux

Je me suis brossé(e) les dents

. Infinitive

1

Change the infinitive so you are talking about yourself. Girls remember the ‘e’.

Se laver (to wash)

2 Se raser (To shave) 3 Se maquiller (to put on make up) 4 Se coucher (to go to bed) 5 S’amuser (to have fun)

Mark

In pairs, prepare a mime showing morning routine. 

Person A should give a commentary.

Person B should act out what person B says.

Reverse roles

Show your mimes to the class.

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Objective

C’était...

How to give your opinion

J’ai trouvé ça...

À mon avis, c’était...

formidable / fantastique / génial / super / délicieux terrible / horrible

/ nul / affreux / dégoûtant

Add any new opinion words in this space.

In pairs, practise giving your opinion about different things. Make your voice as expressive as possible. Here are some examples: 

Le poulet, à mon avis, c’était délicieux!

L’hôtel, c’était affreux!

Le voyage, j’ai trouvé ça fantastique!

La glace était horrible

Le minigolf, à mon avis, était formidable Now give your opinion about 5 different things. See the above examples.

1

Mark

A.

2 3

B.

4

Devoirs memorise the opinion phrases. Practise giving your opinion.

5 ASSESSMENTS

Read this text and answer the questions.

1

Alain...

3

This evening, Alain’s family is eating...

A

is younger than Luc.

A

at home

B

at a supermarket

C

at a restaurant

Salut! Je suis en vacances avec toute la B is older than Luc. famille. Nous sommes dans les montagnes. Je suis avec mon petit frère C has 2 brothers. Luc. Nous sortons tous les jours en VTT. C’est super! En ce moment mes 2 Alain likes to ... parents achètent des provisions dans un supermarché pour le dîner ce soir. Il n’y A go cycling a pas de télé dans la maison, mais le soir je suis content de jouer aux cartes ou B go shopping de lire. Mark Page 10

[OCR GCSE French Foundation Tier

C

go skiing

4

In the evening Alain...

A

gets bored

B

is having fun

C

is going out


Read this text and answer the questions below. HOLD-UP À LA STATION SERVICE Dimanche dernier un hold-up a eu lieu à la station –service de l’autoroute A13 près de Rosney. Un homme est entré silencieusement dans la boutique. Les deux employés ont vu qu’un grand chapeau cachait sa tête. Soudain, l’homme a sorti un revolver. Surpris et horrifiés, les deux employés lui ont donné l’argent de la caisse, environ 700 euros. Immédiatement après, l’homme a pris fuite en voiture. On a vite alerté la police qui ont essayé d’arrêter le voleur, mais sans sucès. Il était parti à toute vitesse dans la direction de Paris.

[OCR GCSE French Foundation Tier June 2006—adapted]

1

When was the crime committed?

2

How did the thief enter the shop?

3

What covered his face?

4

What did the thief threaten the shop staff with?

5

What exactly did the thief steal?

6

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: The thief... Disappeared

7

/

was caught

/

had to pay

Mark

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: The shop workers... Prevented a crime

/

were afraid

/

frightened the thief

Prepare a speech in French about a holiday to Paris. You should include the following points:

Marks for the speech

Clear voice

/5

Cue cards

/8

1.

The sights you saw and what you visited + opinions

2.

What you ate and drank at breakfast and lunch.

3.

What you bought and for whom.

Content (use of the

4.

Your morning routine on the first day of your holiday. OPTIONAL

Accent

5.

A description of the hotel + opinions

To get high marks (level 5 +) you MUST use connectives and give your opinion. See table on right to find out how you can get marks. Bonne Chance!

perfect tense)

/15 /10

Connectives

/6

Opinions

/6

TOTAL

/50 Page 11


My Assessments %

90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Level Raw

/30

mark

Pg & Task

/20

/25

/10

/20

/4

/7

/50

/50

Pg 3

Pg 5

Pg 5

Pg 6

Pg 7

Pg 10

Pg 11

Pg 11

Pg 11

Grammar

Grammar

Postcard

Grammar

Reading

Reading

Reading

Essay

Speech

Writing

Pft Reflex- Cher JP ives

Pft with ĂŞtre Pft with avoir

Writing

Think about your teacher, peer & self assessments. Circle the box on the Languages Ladder you think you have reached. Does your teacher agree? What must you do to move up a level? That’s your target.

6

5

4

3

2

1 Grade

I can understand the difference between present and past and future events in a range of spoken material.

I can understand the difference between present, past and future events in a range of texts.

I can give a short prepared talk, expressing opinions and answering simple questions about it, using a variety of structures.

I can write a text, giving and seeking information and opinions, using a variety of structures.

I can understand the main points and opinions in spoken passages made up of familiar material from various contexts. I understand different tenses.

I can understand the main points and opinions in written texts from various contexts. I use different tenses.

I can give a short prepared talk, on a topic of my choice, including expressing my opinions. I understand different tenses.

I can write a short text on a range of familiar topics: using simple sentences. I use different tenses.

I can understand the main points and some of the detail from a spoken passage made up of familiar language in simple sentences.

I can understand the main points and some of the detail from short written texts in familiar contexts.

I can take part in a simple conversa- I can write a short text on a familtion and I can express my opinions. iar topic, adapting language which I have already learnt.

I can understand the main points from a short spoken passage made up of familiar language.

I can understand the main points from a short written text in clear printed script.

I can ask and answer simple questions and talk about my interests.

I can write a few short sentences with support, using expressions which I have already learnt.

I can understand a range of familiar I can understand and read out spoken phrases. familiar written phrases.

I can answer simple questions and give basic information.

I can write one or two short sentences to a model and fill in the words on a simple form.

I can understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases,

I can say and repeat single words and short simple phrases.

I can write or copy simple words or symbols correctly.

I can recognise and read out a few familiar words and phrases.

Listening

Student comment:

Speaking

Reading

Writing

Teacher comment and level


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