Des Français célèbres (Famous French people)

Des Français célèbres (Famous French people)

Level 3 - Brilliant French Information Book
Sample audio files

Product details

  • Released date: Sep 15, 2016
  • Pages: 9
  • Type: French information book
  • ISBN: 9781783172665
  • Age groups: 7 - 11 years
  • Subjects: MFL: French

Description

This book presents seven famous French people, who all made an important contribution to the world in their respective fields. For instance, there are Madame Tussaud museums in various European countries, as well as in Australia, China, Japan, the USA and Thailand.

It is also possible to visit Victor Hugo’s house in Guernsey, as well as his house in Paris and of course, his work, Les Misérables, was made famous by the musical and the film.

There are Eiffel-designed buildings, stations and bridges constructed in all five continents.

Pupils can easily and quickly read this short, attractive, highly-illustrated French book for a sense of enjoyment and achievement. The book can be used to introduce children to reading in French and help them to improve their reading skills.

It strongly supports Intercultural Understanding by making a point of revealing, via the texts and the pictures, various cultural aspects of life in France or French-speaking countries. 

This book is one of six Brilliant French Information Books at Level 3.

Title

Topic

Language

Un tour de France

French landscapes

Geographical terms and descriptions of places

Jeunes
francophones

Interviews with French-speaking children in countries around the world

Personal details: questions and answers about name, age, country, interests

Des parcs
d’attractions

Popular theme parks in France

on (+ verb); il y a; cognates

Pourquoi la
France ?

French national symbols

Pourquoi / parce que

Petite histoire des transports

Transport

Names of means of transport, le premier/la première, comparative and superlative adjectives

Des Français
célèbres

Famous French people in history

Qui est …?/ C’est/ Qui sont …/ Ce sont …
il/elle/ils
(+ verb)

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