French: Le café dégoûtant (The Disgusting Café)

French: Le café dégoûtant (The Disgusting Café)

WOW Lesson

Take a trip to The Disgusting Café with this wonderfully exciting French lesson written by languages expert, Kate Clifton. In this lesson, your pupils will learn new French phrases linked to food and drink and will design their own disgusting café menus. They will also learn how to order food in French and have the opportunity to create and perform their own café role-play scenes. The grammar focus for this lesson is adjectival endings and sound files are embedded in the PowerPoint to support with correct pronunciation. Bon Appétit!

Key Stage 2

Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

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