Polyglotte

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I hope the lesson plan is self-explanatory. The follow up lesson is usually started with the morpion (noughts and crosses) game and then I split the class in as many groups as there are verses; each one in charge of singing their particular verse (and bringing props!). I have included links to the song in the PowerPoint but I suppose they might not work for you so you might have to edit those hyperlinks.

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July 2016
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July 2011
Hi from Malta I really loved this activity and dthe song ... I am eager to try it out with my students. Thanks a lot because it is different and will definitely motivate my students. It is also a promotion towards the learning of different languages ...
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July 2011
Thank you, this looks like a great activity.. Holiday time at the moment...I am in Australia. Still thinking school and finding resources like this is so helpful,
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October 2010
Sophie, this is a wonderful resource! Many thanks.
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September 2010
Merci mille fois.
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September 2010
Absolutely super. Merci beaucoup.
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September 2010
Wonderful resource! It will be especially useful on European Day of Languages. Thanks very much for sharing your hard work.Merci beaucoup!
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September 2010
Thanks a lot, great to encourage group work and most of all, lot of fun.
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July 2010
Lovely! . Many thanks for sharing your hard work