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La famille sound-spelling links in French

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Some key sound-spelling phonemes in French using members of the family.

Some key sound-spelling phonemes in French using members of the family.

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  • Discuss why this is important
  • Teacher goes through with students what each letter combination sounds like. Try to ellicit examples of French words from students that they already know.
  • Explain starter activity, then give students random cards (there are 7 letter strings so there will be 7 groups x approx. 4 students per group)Debrief – how did the students find doing the activity? Did they find their group first go?
  • Discuss the pronunciation and the exceptions with this sound (ville, mille, tranquille). What other words do students know? (bouteille, habille, soleil)
  • fleur, coeur, deux, neuf
  • Same sound – treize, mais, est, merci
  • There are many words with an ‘ou’ sound – try to get as many as the students can think of. Pretend you are a gorilla!! Ououou!!e.g. douze,
  • Stylo, lit, six, dix
  • dents, tante,
  • vingt, vin, cinq,
  • Jeu de prononcation
  • dictation with key soundstante, habille, stylo, chere, coeur, enfants, cinq, lit, vous, nous, poulet, janvier, vendredi, vent, trente, juin, jeudi, jours, pleut, gorille, heure, classeur,
  • Students are given tongue twisters with key words missing, they read the text to each other and fill in the missing words.
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    • 1. La famillePronunciation Lesson
    • 2. Objective• To match sounds in French to spelling rules using the vocab for members of the family.
    • 3. Key Soundsille in ouœu / eu è i an /en
    • 4. Pour commencer…• You will be given a French sound card• Practise making your sound with the teacher• Get up and walk around the room, making the sound until you find other members of the class with the same sound• Show each other your sound – were you right?
    • 5. ille famille fille
    • 6. œu / eu sœur neveu
    • 7. è pèremère frère
    • 8. ou cousinecousin
    • 9. i marifille
    • 10. an / en grandparents enfants
    • 11. cousinin
    • 12. parents grand tantefille famille habillecousin mari stylocousine frère chèrepère sœur cœurneveu enfants dents
    • 13. DictationWrite the words as you hear them, applying the sound-spelling rules you have learnt today.
    • 14. Pair Speaking Activity