Henri Rousseau To learn about the life and

Henri Rousseau  To learn about the life and

Henri Rousseau To learn about the life and works of the famous French painter Henri Rousseau. To develop your reading and dictionary skills. c a b d g

e f Une vido 1 2 Lenfant aux rochers Tigre dans une tempte tropicale!

5 3 Combat de tigre et buffle 4 Le lion ayant faim se jette sur lantilope

Le Rve La guerre 6 7 Vue du pont de Svres La charmeuse de serpents 8

Reading skills Dont try and understand every word. Read for gist. Use a dictionary sparingly try to identify key words Use what you do know to work out what you dont. Look for cognates. Identifying key words Bridge Map La vie et les peintures

dHenri Rousseau artiste peinture ------------------- ------------------- ton ---------------- animal

Le jardin des plantes ------------------ ----------------------- Relating Factor: means the same as... 8 To develop your reading by studying an authentic French text about Henri Rousseau. To be able to describe a picture in French. To improve your dictionary skills.

The, a, some ???? masculi fminin n the a some pluriel le la les

un une des du de la des Attention: de l pour les mots qui commencent avec une voyelle ou un h

To improve your dictionary skills. To learn how to use verb tables. To be able to describe a picture in French. Le dictionnaire........ Cest mon meilleur ami!! Dans limage, on peut voir.. / il y a ...

un buisson un singe la jungle un perroquet une fleur un arbre Dans limage, on peut voir.. le soleil des oranges/ il y a ... de lherbe une feuille une branche

un oiseau le ciel vert vif verte vive un buisson un singe panach la jungle un perroquet vert

fonc vert ple une fleur un arbre Dans limage, on peut voir.. le soleil des oranges/ il y a ... de lherbe une feuille mchant exotique vert clair long /

longue court une branche un oiseau le ciel pointu un massif de... une touffe de.... v Verb tables

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. It is eating They are eating It is watching

They are watching It is staring It is sitting They are sitting He is hiding They are hiding Il mange Ils mangent Il regarde (tout droit) Ils regardent (tout droit)

Il regarde fixement Il est assis Ils sont assis Il se cache Ils se cachent Using previous sur between knowledge

sous ct de en face de entre derrire devant

behind under in front of on next to opposite larrire plan au centre gauche de limage droite au

au premier plan co in To consolidate the structures needed to describe a picture. To be able to accurately describe a picture to another person. To be able to ask questions to get an accurate picture. To be able to compare and contrast 2 paintings.

Quest-ce quil y a....? Cest de quelle couleur? Quest-ce quil fait? Cest gauche? Il ya combien de ....? Tableau 1 Tableau 2 v Tablea u1

Tablea u2 Un homme est assis sur v un tigre des fleurs exotiques Un tigre/un lion se cache derrire

des branches Absence de lumire des oranges des rgimes de bananes Les arbres Tablea u1 Lhomme joue

de la mandoline Le tigre na pas faim Un tigre Tablea u2 Le tigre attaque le un buffle

Le tigre a faim La jungle Absence de perspective a Un buffle Des phrases utiles

Dans le premier tableau.... Dans le deuxime tableau.... Les deux tableaux se caractrisent par... Les caractristiques techniques....

Comparable/ diffrent Aussi... Cependant... En revanche..... A mon avis... Je pense que... Personnellement, je prfre le ........... tableau parce que...... Cest plus (moins) dramatique/ fantastique / horrible / raliste / imaginaire / bizarre que.... Cest comme un rve. Lautre tableau est... Je prfre le sujet du ................ tableau.

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