Once again this year I applied for a £75 grant through Europe Direct Durham and this is what I am planning to do: Activities paid for by Europe Direct Durham grant
There is a very comprehensive document about useful phrases on the phone which I have come across and you may want to choose from: SAVOIR-TELEPHONER. Here are the phrases which I am going to focus on with younger and older primary school children: key phrases on the phone . For ease of use, I have put them in a presentation with translations in English too: talking on the phone In addition, I will be using this amazing and fun picture book: "Allô! Allô?". Read a full blog about this story here! Lastly, here is a list of jobs for younger pupils to consider: Jobs for KS1 . Please do get in touch if you have already done similar activities!
Details of the annual ALLNE competition (a recipe for happiness) are now available here: European Day of Languages 2018 final (002). You can enter from anywhere in the country and WIN PRIZES! I find it is always worth planning time to give my pupils a chance to take part!
You can also read below, for further inspiration:
- my top 5 books for languages days
- what activities I did to celebrate in 2014
- what activities I did to celebrate in 2015
- what activities I did to celebrate in 2017 (no idea why I didn't record 2016 ha ha)
- what activities I am planning to do in 2019
- all European Day of Languages ideas
What are YOU planning to do this year for the European Day of Languages? Please share your ideas in the comments below!
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