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Home Learning 30-11-07

30 Nov

This week’s home learning is to learn the words to our Christmas poem and also to have a go learning the french carol we are singing with the rest of Key Stage 2.  Try to practise as much as you can.  You can sing along with this French Canadian class.  Its track number 6

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Posted by on November 30, 2007 in Homework, Information

 

3 responses to “Home Learning 30-11-07

  1. Fiona

    December 2, 2007 at 11:32 am

    Is is possible to have a copy of the translation to the french song that the class is learning. We are in fine voice this morning, but don’t understand all that we are singing!!

    Thanks F & RB

     
  2. Caroline Jepp

    December 5, 2007 at 4:20 pm

    As requested here is a (very literal!) translation of the KS2 French Christmas carol “Mon Beau Sapin” (first verse only):

    Mon beau sapin, My beautiful fir tree
    Roi des forets, King of all forests
    Que j’aime ta verdure. How I love your greeness.
    Quand par l’hiver When winter comes
    Bois et guerets Woods and fallow land
    Sont depouilles de leurs attraits. Are stripped of their attractions/beauty.
    Mon beau sapin, My beautiful fir tree,
    Roi des forets, King of all forests,
    Que j’aime ta parure. How I love your finery.

    Keep up the brilliant singing!

     
  3. E.J

    December 6, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    Mr cobb this might be the fourth comment because i don’t think the other one got through

    anyway why don’t we podcast the german song ( silent night )
    it would be really good
    oak class have done it with ( sankta lucia ) in english it is saint lucia
    from E.J

     

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