Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

French 10

  • Evaluations begin next week. Continue to practise the vocabulary and structures we have learned in this unit so that you can talk about your week day routine, write about how you spend your time and understand what you read and hear on this topic.

 

French 11

  • Review the structures on pages 9 & 10 of your unit package. What is the difference in word endings when talking about a possibility or a future action?
  • Listen to the song Un monde meilleur by Keen ‘ V
  • Write the 12 missing words from the song lyrics & indicate whether the action is something that will happen or something that is only a possibility.
  • If you were absent from class today, the song with blanks is here:  Keen’ V – Fill in the blanks-1y034rg
  • What do you understand about the message in this song?

 

French 12

  • If you need another short explanation of the subjunctive mood and why/how we use it, you can watch this 5 minute video. OOPS! APOLOGIES…the link wasn’t working but is now fixed  🙂
  • Prepare yourself for the learning check-in tomorrow by reviewing the irregular stems, the way we form it with regular verbs and WHEN we use it vs when we don’t 🙂
  • The check-in will also use some of the vocabulary we have been using to talk about careers and post-secondary plans.
  • You will only be using the subjunctive to effectively communicate or understand a message related to our current theme. Communication does not involve filling in a chart.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

French 10

  • Review the present & past tense structures as practised in class today
  • If you haven’t already done so, make sure you have read Le petit déjeuner on pages 20 & 21 and highlighted new words or expressions. We will be reading together as a class tomorrow.

 

French 11

  • Finish reading the article on page 14 & make note of any new vocabulary
  • Continue to review food and health vocabulary as presented in class through conversation, text, and video.

 

French 12

  • Finish reading the info graphic on page 27 & make note of any new vocabulary
  • Complete the point-form notes on page 28. This represents information on one chosen career path:  the qualities, education and background required, the work conditions, required skills & knowledge, advantages & disadvantages, etc. Be prepared to share the particulars in conversations tomorrow.