French: Children's Book Three: (Skoldo) Pupil Book by Lucy Montgomery


French: Children's Book Three: (Skoldo) Pupil Book by Lucy Montgomery

This is the fourth book in the Skoldo Primary Modern Language series. It aims to develop confidence in spoken French through little conversations and to explain the way the French language works through grammar. There are extra-curricular subjects such as the life cycle of a frog, Peter and the Wolf, a poem, the formation of clouds, la Fontaine's story of the Crow and the Fox and teeth. There are also revision pages and extentions of vocabulary to help build up a wide understanding of the French language. The book has been designed to be versatile to suit schools' andd pupils'needs. It can be used as a work book or a text book. The layout is clear and everything is well explained and easy to follow.

About the Author

Lucy Montgomery was born in Linton, Kent in 1955. After studying French and music at Homerton College, Cambridge she taught Primary French in Kent and London before getting married in 1983 and moving to East Kent. In 1991 she opened an 'after school' French club called Ecole Alouette in a converted barn on the family farm. All her books have been written whilst teaching primary aged children the French language. Her great interests are Anglo French history, music, walking and visiting Scotland as much as possible.

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68 pages


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Publication date

20th September 2011



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