In the French classroom, students learn to converse, read and write in the target language. Parents can learn French too by asking their students to explain what they practiced or learned in class that day. Daily practice is an important step to successful acquisition of a foreign language. Languages are meant to be spoken!
This is the text which will be used by level I and level II French students. Our program has been carefully aligned with the standards of Foreign Language instruction in the state of Virginia.
The course for level I and level II students is designed to give them ample opportunities to practice all the skills necessary to become proficient in French.
If you forget your textbook or workbook at home, you may access it directly online via this weblink:
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The following link will take you directly to where you can access review activities and mini-quizzes, etc. for each unit of study. Be sure to choose VA as your state and the 2005 edition of Bon Voyage I.
This text will be used by French III and IV students in the 2010-2011 school year. The textbook is used as a resource tool for our main work which is, of course, speaking, listening, reading and writing in French!
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