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The New Zealand Curriculum.

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Example 4: Booklet

Booklet 1 for younger learners

Le/mon chat noir.
Il s’appelle Noiraud.
Il a trois ans.
Il est petit.
Noiraud, le chat, a faim.
Noiraud, le chat, mange l’herbe verte.
Noiraud, le chat, boit le lait blanc.

Booklet 2 for older learners

Mon lecteur MP3.
Il est rose.
Il est petit.
Il est génial.
J’ai beaucoup de chansons dedans.
J’ai aussi des films, des photos et des clips.
J’adore mon MP3.

Communication, Language Knowledge, and Cultural Knowledge, levels 1 and 2

At these levels, students can understand and use familiar expressions and everyday vocabulary. They can interact in a simple way in supported situations.

In selected linguistic and sociocultural contexts, students will: In this example, students:
  • receive and produce information;
  • describe an object or animal;
  • produce and respond to questions and requests;
  • show social awareness when interacting with others;
  • recognise that French is organised in particular ways;
  • understand the placement and agreement of adjectives with nouns;
  • make connections with their own language(s);
  • recognise cognates, e.g., “films”, “photos”, “clips”;
  • recognise that French culture is organised in particular ways;
  • make connections with known culture(s).

Context: Students produce a booklet with a picture and a short caption on each page.

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