French with Mme Dresnok 1/11-1/15

Googlemeets: join class + dresnokmeets

For all classes, students should always consult classroom.google.com.

From there here is a list of the many platforms the students use to work.

Links/Resources:

http://dresnokfrench.weebly.com/

https://www.vhlcentral.com/home

https://classroom.google.com/

https://www.gimkit.com/

https://quizlet.com/

https://www.wordreference.com/

https://www.quia.com

 

French 1

Work for the week:

VHL (on-line text book)

Vocabluary en classe 

verbe: être: to be what does it mean to conjugate a verb

adjectives 

Quiz on classroom objects and être

Essential Questions:  How do people greet one another? How does one make introductions?  What are some cultural differences in greeting in the United States and France? In What parts of the world do people speak French?   

 

Standards:  Standards

Interpersonal

A: Ask and respond to questions about familiar topics.   

B: Express and elicit feelings in the French.

Interpretive

A: Identify main ideas, topics, and specific information in auditory and written materials.

Comparisons

Compare French with English to better understand language systems.

Describe the practices and perspectives of Francophone cultures.

 

French 2

Work for the week:

VHL (on-line text book)

quiz  4B La nourriture and verbes jeopardy game review

Introduce unit 5: sports and pastimes and weather

Essential Questions:   Qu'est-ce on aime faire comme loisirs?

Standards

Interpersonal

Ask and respond to questions about familiar topics; comprehend and produce vocabulary in appropriate contexts.  

Interpretive

Identify main ideas, topics, and specific information in auditory or written materials.

Comparisons and Practices

 

 

FR 3/3H

Work for the week:

VHL (on-line text book)

Unit 1AB Students will describe and discuss food and shop for food 

learn superlatives and direct and indirect object placement

Quiz on unit 1a and b

 Interpersonal

A: Ask and respond to questions about familiar topics.   

B: Express and elicit feelings in the French.

Interpretive

A: Identify main ideas, topics, and specific information in auditory and written materials.

Presentational

Comparisons

Compare French with English to better understand language systems.

Describe the practices and perspectives of Francophone cultures.

Comparisons and Practices

French readings: les Repas en France (Meals in France)

Le Guide Michelin