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Take Brittany

Take Brittany Series by Dart Education

Take Brittany is cross-curricular digital resource used to develop French and intercultural understanding at Key Stages 1 and 2.


Topic: french
Level: KS1 KS2 primary
  •  Lessons8
  •  Activities56
  •  Key StageKS1, KS2
  •  Pupil Progress Reports
  •  Fully Editable
  •  Deliver on a Whiteboard

Take Brittany is a cross-curricular digital resource used to develop French and intercultural understanding at Key Stages 1 and 2.

Each unit focuses on an aspect of Breton culture and encourages children to reflect on similarities and differences with their own culture.

The units include step-by-step teaching notes, a PowerPoint slideshow, a video and a set of digital practice activities to support French language teaching and learning. At the end of each video children from Ecole Sanquer, a school in Brittany, complete a creative activity which can then be recreated by the English children.

  •  Lessons8
  •  Activities56
  •  Key StageKS1, KS2
  •  Pupil Progress Reports
  •  Fully Editable
  •  Deliver on a Whiteboard
  •  Deliver as Homework
  •  Works on any Device

Introduction and Rationale

  • Unit 1: Welcome to Brittany
  • Unit 2: Open the door
  • Unit 3: An artist’s view of Pont-Aven
  • Unit 4: A taste of Brittany
  • Unit 5: Pottery of Quimper
  • Unit 6: Standing stones of Brittany
  • Unit 7: Market day
  • Unit 8: A festival montage

Jennie Wilson
Author

Jennie Wilson has 20 years experience working in Primary Schools. Currently SLT at Ashburton Primary School, leading English and support lead for Maths. She is registered with the National College as SLE (Specialist Leader in Education for English and Languages).

In the past Jennie has worked as a Lead Teacher for Primary Languages for Devon County Council. She also worked for three years in a bilingual international section of two French schools.

Ruth Wood
Author

Ruth Wood is a professional writer with a first class degree in French and English. She owns a house in France and works for a French property magazine.

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