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Teaching Foreign Languages K–12

A Library of Classroom Practices

French:
Chicken Pox

Video Summary
In this lesson, students demonstrate their knowledge of body parts. They begin by talking about the chicken pox and reading Marc Brown's story, Arthur a la varicelle (Arthur has the chicken pox). Then they sing a song about the chicken pox that names different parts of the body. Finally, students do a cut-and-paste activity, labeling a drawing of a person with words for body parts that they had practiced in the song.

Standards Addressed

Communication:

Interpersonal

Connections:

Making Connections



Key Terms
immersion program
kindergarten benchmarks




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Classroom at a Glance
Teacher: Jai Scott
Language: French
Grade: Kindergarten
School: Ecole Kenwood Alternative Elementary School, Columbus, Ohio
Lesson Date: November 11
Class Size: 27
Schedule: About 6 hours daily (immersion)


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