Year 9 Half Term 1

Module 1 Content

Discuss some more complex and abstract ideas
Describe qualities in people
Talk about language learning skills
Say what I and other people are willing to do, can do and must do
Use the imperative
Use adverbs of quantity
Practise using larger numbers and use percentages
Use comparative adjectives
Use a wider range of expressions of time
Describe physical symptoms linked to shyness
Talk about a range of problems and issues
Use demonstratives, comparatives and superlatives

The common assessment at the end of this half term is in Speaking and Reading.

You can find the content of Module topics on:

www.Connect.collins.co.uk

Student login details:

Chesterton Community College

Date of Birth

First Letter of Surname

Year Group

Open Book 3 and the Contents pages.

On the left are useful Teachers Resources.

Open the vocabulary slides in powerpoint for translations and to hear the language.

Scroll down under Teachers Resources for Modules (one per half term).

Revision

Every week and at the end of the module:

Students should also go through all the content of the topics in the Module, re-doing all exercises and making notes on grammar. Listening exercises should be used as speaking practice too; students should repeat language they hear. Use Audio Transcripts in Teachers Resources to help.

Here is the vocabulary for this module:

Les verbes
avoir besoin de
faire une pause
être mal dans sa peau
se sécher les cheveux
se sentir bien
battre
rougir
transpirer
trembler
chanter
fabriquer
ajouter
dormir
respirer
aller bien
dire
pousser

Les adverbes
différemment
suffisamment

Les mots utiles
pourtant
par nuit
sous pression
à l’air libre
autres
le dessin
le portable
les relations
encore
autre chose

Les langues
la langue
l’allemand (m)
le travail
l’ordre (m)
la note
le mot
la faute
l’exposé
les conseils

Les adjectifs
nouveau(–elle)
étranger(–ère)
fort(e) en…
bouclé(e)
raide
marrant(e)

Le corps
le corps
le cerveau
le mal au ventre
la dent
les lunettes
la voix
la main
le sourire
le repas

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