French Festivals and Traditions Activities and Teaching Ideas for Primary Schools by Nicolette Hannam, Michelle Williams
  

French Festivals and Traditions Activities and Teaching Ideas for Primary Schools

Written by Nicolette Hannam, Michelle Williams
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French Festivals and Traditions Activities and Teaching Ideas for Primary Schools by Nicolette Hannam, Michelle Williams

French Festivals and Traditions, KS2 is an invaluable and time-saving resource for Key Stage 2 teachers, providing intercultural ideas for every month of the year. Analysis grids that show where and how the Intercultural Strand of the Framework for Modern Languages is covered, both by objective and year group. Festivals and traditions range from Mardi Gras (Carnival Day) and La rentree (new school year) to Role models for children and Symbols of France. Ideas vary from making cards and writing poems, to playing games and cooking traditional recipes. The activities contained in this book are especially designed for KS2. If you are a KS3 (Years 7-9; 11-14 year olds) teacher please order the KS3 version which contains more age-appropriate activities (9781905780808).

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Paperback
84 pages

Author

Nicolette Hannam, Michelle Williams
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications

Publication date

8th July 2009

ISBN

9781905780440


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