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    Feelings and Emotions

    Express how you feel, understand the emotions of others, and discuss emotional responses in various situations, fostering empathy and emotional intelligence. Vocabulary Heureux/Heureuse (uh-reuh/uh-reuz) – Happy Triste (treest) – Sad En colère (ahn ko-lair) – Angry Excité/Excitée (ek-see-tay/ek-see-tay) – Excited Fatigué/Fatiguée (fa-tee-gay/fa-tee-gay) – Tired Effrayé/Effrayée (eh-fray-ay/eh-fray-ay) – Scared Surpris/Surprise (soor-pree/soor-prees) – Surprised Inquiet/Inquiète (an-kee-ay/an-kee-et) – […] More

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    Fun and Games

    Learn about their hobbies, describe the games they play, and discuss their favorite sports, fostering a sense of fun and enjoyment in learning a new language. Vocabulary Jeu (zhuh) – Game Sport (spor) – Sport Football (foo-tuh-bahl) – Soccer Basketball (bah-sket-ball) – Basketball Natation (na-ta-syon) – Swimming Vélo (vay-lo) – Cycling Course (koors) – Running […] More

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    School and Learning

    Describe their classroom activities, and talk about their learning preferences and challenges. Vocabulary École (ay-kol) – School Classe (klahs) – Class/Classroom Professeur (pro-feh-sur) – Teacher Élève (ay-lev) – Student Devoir (duh-vwar) – Homework Livre (leevr) – Book Cahier (ka-yay) – Notebook Crayon (kray-ohn) – Pencil Gomme (gom) – Eraser Règle (reh-gl) – Ruler Cartable (kar-tabl) […] More

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    Money and Shopping

    This will aim to help students talk about buying items, understand transactions, and discuss prices, enhancing their practical language skills for everyday situations. Vocabulary Argent (ar-zhahn) – Money Prix (pree) – Price Acheter (ash-tay) – To buy Vendre (vahn-druh) – To sell Magasin (ma-ga-san) – Shop/Store Marché (mar-shay) – Market Porte-monnaie (port-mo-nay) – Wallet Carte […] More

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    Community and Places

    Learn about community and various places within a town or city in French. Discuss places they visit, and understand the roles of different community helpers. Vocabulary Communauté (ko-mew-no-tay) – Community École (ay-kol) – School Supermarché (soo-per-mar-shay) – Supermarket Hôpital (o-pee-tal) – Hospital Parc (park) – Park Bibliothèque (bee-blee-o-tek) – Library Restaurant (res-tau-ran) – Restaurant Banque […] More

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    Transportation

    How we travel, understand various transportation options, and describe their preferences and experiences related to travel. Vocabulary Transport (trahn-spor) – Transportation Voiture (vwah-tyur) – Car Bus (boos) – Bus Train (trahn) – Train Vélo (vay-lo) – Bicycle Avion (ah-vee-ohn) – Airplane Bateau (bah-toh) – Boat Métro (may-tro) – Subway Camion (ka-mee-ohn) – Truck Scooter (skoo-tuhr) […] More

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    Holidays and Celebrations

    Learn about holidays and cultural celebrations in French. It aims to enhance students’ understanding and ability to discuss various festivities, their traditions, and how they are celebrated, promoting cultural awareness and inclusivity. Vocabulary Fête (fet) – Party/Celebration Anniversaire (a-nee-ver-sair) – Birthday Noël (no-el) – Christmas Pâques (pak) – Easter Halloween (a-lo-ween) – Halloween Nouvel An […] More

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    Clothing and Weather

    This lesson introduces clothing items and weather conditions. It aims to equip students with the necessary language skills to discuss what to wear in various weather conditions, enhancing their ability to describe both clothing and the weather in French. Vocabulary Vêtements (veh-teh-mahn) – Clothes Chemise (sheh-meez) – Shirt Pantalon (pahn-tah-lohn) – Pants Robe (robe) – […] More

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    Daily Routine

    Learn about vocabulary related to daily activities, time, and routines in French. It aims to help students discuss their daily schedule, including personal habits and school life, enabling them to describe a typical day in French accurately. Vocabulary Se réveiller (suh reh-veh-yay) – To wake up Se lever (suh leh-vay) – To get up Manger […] More

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    Food and Nutrition

    This lesson is related to food items, meals, and healthy eating habits in French. It will help students discuss their favorite foods, understand the components of meals, and talk about nutrition in a basic yet informative way, fostering an awareness of healthy eating habits. Vocabulary Nourriture (noo-ree-toor) – Food Fruits (frwee) – Fruits Légumes (lay-goom) […] More

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    Animals and Nature

    This lesson focuses on expanding the vocabulary of elementary school students by introducing them to the names of animals and basic nature terms in French. It aims to enhance their understanding and appreciation of the natural world, encouraging curiosity and discussions about animals, their habitats, and the environment. Vocabulary Animal (ah-nee-mahl) – Animal Chien (shee-en) […] More

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    Family and Friends

    This lesson is an introduction to family members and friendships in French. It’s designed to help students discuss their family and social relationships, enhancing their conversational skills in describing people close to them. Vocabulary Famille (fah-mee) – Family Ami (ah-mee) / Amie (ah-mee) – Friend (male/female) Père (pair) – Father Mère (mair) – Mother Frère […] More