Prantsuse programm CE2, CM1 ja CM2 keeles

Language and French language

Children acquire more great autonomy in their language which in the same way becomes less scholarly. Their field of expertise is widening:

To “speak”

  • speak in public and ask questions
  • participate in the collective analysis of a text
  • follow a conversation
  • work in groups and share their results
  • exhibit a work to the class
  • rephrase a text read or heard
  • recite texts in prose, verse or theatrical lines

For reading

  • understand a short text by reading it silently
  • understand a long text and memorize what has been read
  • know how to read aloud
  • read and understand the teacher’s instructions on your own
  • locate key information in a text
  • read at least one literary book per month on your own
  • know how to consult reference documents (dictionary, encyclopedia, grammar book, table of contents, etc.)


  • quickly copy a text without making a mistake
  • write a text of at least 20 lines without spelling mistakes and with good syntax
  • use a richer vocabulary
  • understand and use conjugation tenses (present, past tense, imperfect, past tense, future, conditional, present subjunctive of regular verbs)
  • apply grammar rules (mark chords, make changes in a text, move complements, replace words, etc.)
  • participate in writing projects

Literature question

Through this teaching, children discover “classics” and acquire a directory of literary references adapted to their age. Their taste for books will be stimulated to encourage them to read for themselves. They should be able to:

  • distinguish a literary story from a historical story or from a fiction
  • remember the name of the texts read during the year, as well as their authors
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