Here’s what you will receive in your L’Art de lire Package for each level:
The student workbook has introductory vocabulary pages, story pages to read and colour, and exercise pages to put that new knowledge into practice.
You can print the entire student workbook at once and put it in a binder, or just print off the pages as you need them.
The teacher key is much the same as the student workbook with some important differences. As expected, it has the answers filled in to save you time.
The teacher key also contains flashcards (towards the back of the book) that can be printed both sides so that you can use picture flashcards to review French vocabulary.
In addition, your teacher key pages are marked with a special symbol to indicate where to listen to the audio files.
The audio files need to be unzipped. Files can be unzipped by clicking “Extract all” in the file manager for Windows users, or by simply double-clicking in your Mac.
Each zip file contains several Mp3 audio files that are named like this:
The 06 in the file name indicates that this is the audio for page 6 in the workbook. Use the names of the files to find the file you need for each lesson.
As you go through the program, be sure to review the story regularly, if not daily.
You can use the audio to do this by choosing either to listen to the story all at once or by choosing the listen-and-repeat version of the story. Listen and repeat files are named with the word repeat in the name like this:
Just reading the story together is another great way to review. The stories help your students to understand the structures and flow of the language.
You can also review by going through the vocabulary flashcards that are provided at each level.
You don’t need to do a workbook page every day, but it’s a good idea to do something, even just listening to the story or a quick review of the flashcards.
Have students colour story pages and other picture pages and draw their own pictures or make their own flashcards and posters.
Adapt the curriculum to suit the time you have available by taking advantage of the different ways to learn and review that are built right into the curriculum.
Having a busy day? Are you on the go? Bring the flashcards and review them. Listen to the story. Read the story. These are little things that you can review even when you don’t have time for a full lesson.
Nallenart makes it easy to include French in your homeschool!