Week 1: Greetings and leave taking. Introducing oneself. Basic social pleasantries. Numbers 1–20. The alphabet.
Week 2: Basic informtion about the self: where you live, where you come from and your nationality. Numbers up to 69.
Week 3: Finding out about people: asking and answering questions. Numbers up to 100.
Week 4: Giving personal information. Discussing dreams and interests.
Week 5: Describing your town. Locating places in a city. Asking and giving directions.
Week 6: Enquiring about accommodation. Describing a stay abroad.
Week 7: Leisure activities. Expressing likes and dislikes.
Week 8: Talking about family.
Week 9: Telling the time. Habits and timetables.
Week 10: Arranging to meet. Christmas traditions and celebrations in France.
1. TV5MONDE includes grammar exercises, listening activities and games suitable for A1 learners. http://wwww.tv5.org
2. Podcastfrançaisfacile is a free website with lots of exercises suitable for this level and lots of simple dialogues with script: https://www.podcastfrancaisfacile.com/
3. Duolingo: a fun method to practise simple key phrases, retention and consolidation of vocabulary and for revision of basic grammar concepts. https://fr.duolingo.com/