Step 4 - Un garçon populaire ! kit

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Un garçon populaire ! kit

In this story, we see the further character development of the hero of the last two plays as he struggles with fame and admiration. We see how his girlfriend deals with her reaction to his popularity as well. Like the other plays, this deal with social relationships in a humorous and emotionally-charged way that is perfect for language learning.

The fourth-level Kit of our Jeunesse en action ! Junior High AIM series covers FSL curriculum in an effective, fun and holistic way. Students work with important grammatical structures, including in direct and indirect object pronouns, adjectival agreement, irregular adjectives, the imparfait, etc. 


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Nuit Blanche- Reader

In this touching story a family is required by financial circumstances to give up their home and live in a tent city. A boy has to grapple with the decision on whether to live with his now-homeless immediate family, or to live far away with relatives.

Story: Jacqueline Kelly
Illustrations: Tom Nesbitt
Appropriate for ages: 7-12

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Chez moi !- Reader

Laura and Matthew return from a long trip to Europe. Although they arrive at the airport late at night, Laura is so happy to be back home she insists that she show Matthew the house where she grew up. They enter the house quietly to avoid waking her parents, but discovered very quickly that something had changed ...

Story: David Cameron
Illustrations: Tom Nesbit
Appropriate for ages: 12-Adult

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Learn about some of the challenges Primary School Teachers face when teaching languages.

The Gesture Approach

The AIM is a methodology that supports students by providing strategies and techniques that ensure student language acquisition and a high level of engagement. The Gesture Approach allows students to visualize, hear, say and 'feel' the language simultaneously, and this results in rapid proficiency development.

A Literacy- and Arts-Based Approach

Through the use of story and drama, songs, raps, and dances, students are moving to the language as they create meaning. Scaffolding and cooperative learning strategies help all students - the shy, weak, and strong - to find great support and success.

High-Frequency Vocabulary

One of the most essential aspects of AIM that ensures student success is the high-frequency vocabulary (Pared-Down Language) that threads throughout every aspect of this methodology. AIM is designed such that each word is repeated extensively, allowing students to develop a strong foundation for language proficiency.

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