Hi. I'm a final year trainee teacher. I'm starting block placement after easter and have volunteered to teach french to my year 5 placement class. I did French at A level and go on holiday to France every year. It's always been a lesson which I've been desperate to teach. I've had a few sessions about teaching languages, at university, covering some activities and good websites but I still feel like it's something I really need to read up on before I teach it. Are there any schemes of work which are followed by schools for teaching languages? Hasn't been mentioned on my course. My class don't learn French currently but they did last year and the teacher was keen on me picking this up again. Going to start off with the basics- like recapping how to say your name, age etc and I've been asked to cover things which would be useful if they were going to France on holiday, e.g. how to order food. I can speak French and so the thought of teaching French isn't something I find daunting but I'm not sure where to start in terms of planning my lessons. Can anyone give me some advice please? Also, if you have any useful websites/sources for resources which you're willing to share that would be brilliant and I'd of course be willing to dig my resource list out and contribute too. Thanks in advance.