OH LÀ LÀ SIng Your Way to French PART 1 - SET

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“You'll be singing along in moments - if you can stop dancing. Superlatives for all: the lyrics and erudition of Sue Fenton, the melodies and excellent singing of C.C. Couch, the arrangements and sound production of Teddy Irwin! Sing your way to French. Highly recommended!” BOB DOROUGH, Musical Director of ABC–TV's SchoolHouse Rock


CD: 16 songs

FOCUS: Structures & vocabulary presented in Level 1 through conversational French)
Level 1 and Level 2 Review

These aren't  baby” songs. They are full productions, rich in vocabulary and culture and highly contagious. Blues, reggae, rap, rock, pop, and more.
Produced by an Emmy award-winning composer of TV and film.

TEACHER MANUAL has lyrics with translations to copy; song focus sheets, & over 1,000 ideas: 60 ways to sing, paired speaking, activities, projects, simulations, culture notes & fun, presentations, kudos, & enrichment vocabulary.

PART 1 PINK (Visit Louis XIV at Versailles, interview Napoleon, make a baguette sandwich, do many faire activities, visit Paris, and more.


1. ME VOICI 19 present tense “” forms; highlights vocab. & structures of a level 1 course

2. ME VOICI (instrumental) to rap the song, their own words, or make music videos

3. AVOIR present tense; pas de; un and une with nouns; possessions

4. TU ET VOUS familiar and formal, 30 people addressed with tu and vous

5. CONJUGUEZ present of ER, IR, & RE verbs; instrumental segments to practice

6. LA COUR DE LOUIS XIV être; c’est vs il est; quel/quelle + noun; Versailles; visit Louis XIV

7. QUI A VOLÉ LE JAMBON? making a French baguette sandwich; c’est + pronouns; intro to past tense.

8. MONSIEUR CURIEUX the interrogative words with lots of rejoinders

9. QUOI FAIRE? present of faire and about 30 faire idioms & expressions about weather, courses, sports, etc.; crêpes and crème brûlée

10. ON Y VA! present of aller; city vocabulary; prepositions + places; aller + infinitive

11. TOUT LE MONDE S’AMUSE À PARIS Paris sightseeing vocabulary; emphasis pronouns

12. LE SOLEIL SOURIT À TOUS masculine. & feminine adjectives; taste of Martinique; go to the beach

13. LE BLUES DU NéGATIF negative expressions, past tenses; si; pas de

14. L’IMPéATIF all 3 commands for ER, RE, and IR verbs and 8 irregular verbs; many rejoinders

15. MOI, JE FAIS MA VALISE ROSE possessive adjectives; with masculine, feminine, and plural nouns (nouns starting with vowels, too)

16. INTERVIEWER NAPOLéON catchy formula for information questions; Napoleon facts. Information questions have never been easier to learn.

17. SAVOIR ET CONNAÎTRE present forms; differences in use


“These are the best songs on the market for teaching French.”
Susie Hoffman, Roseville, CA

“My students love the songs...I love presenting grammar, culture, or vocabulary in a way that is both fun and enduring. The songs are so full of humor that even the most jaded will pay attention. Thank you for making my work easier.” B. Meador, Fordyce AR, Teacher

“...You are going to discover a superb album.” Jean-Claude Meurisse, French composer and recording artist

“When I presented a session on using music in the classroom (to French teachers), Oh LÀ LÀliterally brought the house down. (The teachers) could not get enough examples from the delightful CD’s or the extremely comprehensive manual.” Eileen Angelini, PhD, Associate Professor of French, Canisius University

“ Our students love Sue Fenton songs. Year after year they ask to sing them again and again! Her songs include chunks of language that are authentic and useful. There is a ton of great material in each song, and we often create whole units around one song! Thanks, Sue!”

“I have been teaching for 28 years and the OH LÀ LÀ songs are the best addition to the curriculum at the Hume Fogg Magnet H.S. we have ever made. We offer 5 levels of French including AP. These are not “filler” songs. They are written in a style and with music that the students love. Two seniors in my class are planning to use these CD’s as part of the prom dance music in April!

They have become a crucial part of our curriculum. I no longer have to explain what conjugation means. My students learn how to use common irregular and regular verbs long before the material is presented formally in courses. Students leave my classroom singing. Students acquire many French expressions and much French vocabulary in a natural way without studying.

Students have continually asked for CD’s of their own. We have recently purchased CD’s for all my students and they are delighted. The day I handed them out, you would have thought it was Christmas and my students were 5 years old! It’s great to know that they are going to be listening and singing along with these songs even outside of class.

Thank you, thank you, thank you and MERCI BEAUCOUP!

M. Murphree, Teacher, TN Levels 1 to 4AP


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