Level 3: Ages 6 to 8

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Level 3 for 6 – 8 Year Olds

Pierre the Pirate can already speak little sentences in French, and he is becoming much more confident with his use of vocabulary. In Level 3, he builds on this knowledge and takes part in fun role plays. His favourite game is going to the shops, where he learns to buy fruit and vegetables.

About the Lessons

Based on Skoldo Book 1, children revise the vocabulary they learned from Skoldo Book 0 (in Level 2 lessons). They learn to use the words in everyday situations through role play, such as buying groceries at the supermarket.

Popular stories engage the children and help them answer questions in French. The questions are based on the same verbs, adjectives and nouns they learned in Level 2, but more complex grammar is introduced. For example, the teacher will ask ‘Tu es gros?’ and the group answers ‘Non je suis mince’. They are then asked ‘Pourquoi?’ and the group answers ‘Parce que je ne mange pas beaucoup de gâteaux’.

Stories

Despicable Me, Kung Fu Panda, Shrek, Madagascar, Monsters Inc, Rio, Tangled.

Class Size & Duration

Up to 6 children per class, or smaller private groups can be organised. Sign up for a term (typically 10-12 weeks) and choose to have 1 or 2 classes per week. Each class lasts 50 minutes.

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Classroom n°1

WHAT PARENTS SAY

The approach and enthusiasm the teachers have are outstanding, as well as their innovative way of thinking to keep the children interested at all times.

My daughter is more outspoken and confident to start to interact in French with me. So I would definitely recommend the class to other parents.

They are interactive, enthusiastic, and always interested in catering to each child individually to make them progress. They send constant updates on my daughter’s progress whether it be positive or be it constructive criticism to make sure that my daughter is continuously stimulated.”

Joss lliffe
(Ella, 6 yrs old – 1 year)

ENROL NOW – Contact us on 07749 140708 or email info@lingobros.com