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    Disclaimer: Information including topics and dates covered within this nine-weeks plan is intended to provide insight into what is happening in class. Dates and topics may change based on the instructional needs of the class. Please do not hesitate to contact me via email with any questions. 

     
    Theme A: Contemporary Life- Numbers, Alphabet, Accents, Greetings, Introductions      Dates: Sep.8 - Sep. 28
    • Greeting others, introductions, and farewells
    • Numbers 0-30
    • Calendar: days of the week, months and dates
    • Colors
    • Alphabet, accent marks and spelling
    • Classroom expressions and expressions of courtesy
    • Recognizing cognates

    Theme B: Personal & Public Identities    Dates: Sep. 30 – Oct. 29

    • Classroom Objects vocabulary
    • Definite & Indefinite articles
    • Gender of nouns
    • Expressions il y a/il n'y a pas de...
    • Subject pronouns and the verb “to be” (être)
    • Descriptive vocabulary/adjective agreement
    • Negation
    • Question words & formation
    • Countries/Nationalities/Origins

     We will explore the following culture-related topics:

    • Francophone countries around the world
    • comparing and contrasting different ways of greeting friends, family, and elders (shaking hands and bises, Tu vs. vous)

     

    Oral & Written CPA Testing Window: October 26-October 29

     

    Helpful Links: 

    *Listen to numbers 0-100, and challenge yourself to a listening AND/OR speaking test!  http://www.languageguide.org/french/numbers/

     *Take a math quiz and practice your listening! http://uregina.ca/~laninstit/HotPot/French/Elementaire/exercises/N/n004.htm 

    *To practice the alphabet http://lexiquefle.free.fr/allpha.swf

    *Days of the week/Months of the year practice http://www.thefrenchexperiment.com/learn-french/days-of-week.php

    *For general pronunciation help! http://www.acapela-group.com/text-to-speech-interactive-demo.html

     

    Videos!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=e3OBy8fSywU    Why learn French? 

     

     
     
     
Last Modified on August 19, 2020