12 Petites Pièces à Jouer: 12 mini plays to teach primary children Frenchby Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie
12 Petites Pièces à Jouer contains 12 mini French plays for pupils to listen to and act out. The plays are suitable for primary school and lower secondary school pupils who are starting to learn French.
Drama provides a fun way to practise French, promote fluency and develop confidence. These 12 entertaining mini-plays:
- Are age appropriate
- Use simple, repetitive language
- Can easily be adapted
- Are ideal for use with mixed-ability groups
- Complement and reinforce whatever scheme you are using
- Help to deliver the National Curricululm Programmes of Study.
The photocopiable book contains scripts, English translations, worksheets to extend the plays and suggestions for performing the plays. Native French speakers perform the plays on the audio CD included with the book. The plays in 12 Petites Pièces à Jouer are designed for 7-13 year olds.
'We already use this book at school and it is brilliant! I would recommend it to any Primary school who offers French!' (Foreign Language Teacher at an Independent School in London which has been awarded ‘School of the Week’ by School House Magazine.)
The pupils from Yorke Mead Primary School in Hertfordshire had a great time performing the play Bobo the Robot (Photo reproduced with permission)
|Age Groups||7 - 11 years,|
|Author||Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie|
|Market restriction||There are no market restrictions for this book.|
|Released date||3 June 2011|
Bobo le robot - playscript, teacher page and activitiy sheet (802.31 KB)
Bobo le robot: Listen to this performance by native French speakers (3.07 MB)
Table showing which aspects of the Scottish ‘Curriculum for Excellence: Modern Languages – Experience and Outcomes’ are covered by 12 Petites Pièces à Jouer (525.43 KB)