FLAME – French Primary CLIL Learning Module 1 (of 2)

£12.99

Module 1 – Le Camp du Drap d’Or (Field of the Cloth of Gold)

This module of downloadable resources tells the engaging story of the meeting of Henry VIII and François 1er of France, complementing pupils’ learning about the Tudors.

 

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FLAME PRIMARY LEARNING MODULES

Future for Languages as a Medium for Education (FLAME) is an initiative led by the Association to support the integration of language learning with other curriculum subjects.

Authored by experienced primary teachers, this six-week module for years 4 or 5 combines French with a lively and engaging history topic. Designed to be user-friendly for non-specialist classroom teachers, this module includes detailed lesson plans with vocabulary lists and learning objectives for both French and the other subject being learned.
Each lesson includes a PowerPoint presentations with teacher notes and a range of activities that meet the requirements of the Key Stage 2 language curriculum.
This module includes copies of the Programme of Study* and the former Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages*, and provide links to their learning objectives in the lesson plans.

Module 1 – Le Camp du Drap d’Or (Field of the Cloth of Gold)

This module tells the story of the magnificently sumptuous meeting between Henry VIII and François 1er, complementing pupils’ learning about the Tudors in history lessons and ending optionally with the children acting out the scene.

Supplementary reference material for this module is included.

To discover more about FLAME please visit our Initiatives page, or the FLAME+ website.

* Polite notice: Materials relating to Programmes of Study and the Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages are items that are available in the public domain and are presented here for the ease of the end user only. Purchasers are reminded that the fee payable therefore relates to the modules and material which is proprietary.

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