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LOB: How can we distinguish the present, past and future tenses?

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  1. LOB: How can we distinguish the present, past and future tenses? LOUT: To have identified examples of the present, perfect and future tenses from AlexandreJacqueau’s letters SC: Present tense: avoir -ER verbs Perfect Tense: SPAPP 1 & SPAPP 2 Future tense: aller + infinitive near future (STEM + avoir endings) Do Now: ??(10 mins) Elicit feedback Activation: 10 mins Show and listen to the first letter from AJ. Elicit gist through modelling thinking aloud and eliciting responses from students. Indicate on living graph how AJ is feeling (use vocab handout). Identify examples of SPAPP and future tense Demonstration: 6 min Students read and listen to the second letter In pairs/groups of 3, they indicate how AJ is feeling and identify examples of SPAPP and future tense Plenary: Elicit feedback Demonstration: 6 min Students read and listen to the third letter In pairs/groups of 3, they indicate how AJ is feeling and identify examples of present and future tenses Plenary: Elicit feedback Plenary: What are the distinguishing features of the present, past and future tenses? (10 mins)

  2. Organise-toi!

  3. En classe mardidix-huit (18) juin 2013 Objectif: Comment former le futur?

  4. DO NOW! Soulignez les verbes! • Espérons que cette protection ne me quittera pas. • Cette guerre va être dure. • Le moment du départ va être difficile. • Quand est-ce j’aurai de tes nouvelles? • Let’shopethatthis protection will not leave me • This warisgoing to be hard. • The moment of leavingwillbedifficult. • Whenwill I have news fromyou? What do all these phrases have in common? What is different about them? What tense are the verbs in? What do Sentences 2 and 3 have in common?

  5. DO NOW! Soulignez les verbes! • Espérons que cette protection ne me quittera pas. • Cette guerre va être dure. • Le moment du départ va être difficile. • Quand est-ce j’aurai de tes nouvelles? • Let’shopethatthis protection will not leave me • This warisgoing to be hard. • The moment of leavingwillbedifficult. • Whenwill I have news fromyou? What do all these phrases have in common? What is different about them? What tense are the verbs in? What do Sentences 2 and 3 have in common?

  6. to fight • to win • to lose • to save • to liberate/free • to have combattre gagner perdre sauver (la France) libérer le peuple avoir

  7. gagner – to win Jegagnerai Tugagneras Il/Elle/Ongagnera Nousgagnerons Vousgagnerez Ils/Ellesgagneront SP + I + FE SPIFE

  8. Subject Pronoun Je J’ Tu I You He/She/We We You They Je/J’ Tu Il / Elle / On Nous Vous Ils / Elles Ils Elles On Il/Elle Vous Nous

  9. Infinitive aur libérer Je J’ Tu to fight to win to lose to save to liberate to have combattre gagner perdre sauver (la France) libérer le peuple avoir* Ils Elles On Il/Elle combattre sauver Vous Nous gagner perdre

  10. Future Endings ai as aur libérer Tu ai as a ons ez ont Je Ils Elles On Il/Elle combattre sauver ont a will Vous Nous gagner perdre ez ons

  11. Organise-toi!

  12. DO NOW! Faitescorrespondre les phrases au futur en français et en anglais gagner – to win They will win You will win He/She/One will win You will win I will win We will win Jegagnerai Tugagneras Il/Elle/Ongagnera Nousgagnerons Vousgagnerez Ils/Ellesgagneront SP + I + FE SPIFE

  13. I will win! Je gagner ai

  14. We will win! Nous gagner ons

  15. They will lose! Ils perdr ont

  16. We will fight! Nous combattr ons

  17. Let’s practise! Tuvois les affiches pour combattre. Tuparles à ta femme. A: I will fight for France. We have to fight. B: But the children! A: We have to fight. We will win and We will save the children, the people. We’ll get ‘em! The Germans will lose! B: Yes, alright my dear. You will win. You have faith in God.