Bonne longue fin de semaine à tous 🙂
Over the weekend, it is important that you spend time mastering the new vocabulary of this first unit and reviewing the question and answer structures we’ve been working on
- days, months, seasons, weather
- school vocabulary
- action words to talk about what we do p. 30-31
It is important that you develop study skills for acquiring new vocabulary and that you find methods that help you to be successful!
- Continue to work through the computer links provided last week to practice the calendar & to work on school supplies vocab (Dans mon sac à dos)
- You can also make a Quizlet, create paper cue cards or fold a sheet of paper in half with French on one side and English on the other
Next week, we will be assessing your learning & working to use more French in class!
To keep up with your listening and reading skills this weekend, try watching/reading this video (with accompanying text) about the Medieval legend, Mélusine, the fairy serpent: https://culture.tv5monde.com/livres/contes-francais-en-video/melusine-la-fee-serpent.
Review the feedback on your “Chronologies” and make corrections. If you need to, take some time to review when to use and how to form the passé composé and imparfait.
Also, here are some websites for practicing how to form some of the verb tenses you should know:
Passé composé vs. Imparfait:
- with regular verbs: http://saberfrances.com.ar/exercises/112.html
- with dr&mrsvandertramp verbs: http://saberfrances.com.ar/exercises/114.html
- with irregular and regular verbs: http://saberfrances.com.ar/exercises/113.html
- in the negative: http://saberfrances.com.ar/exercises/115.html
Some practice exercises are at the bottom of this webpage: https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/tac1.html
- with regular verbs (practice exercises are at the bottom of the page): https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/taf2.html
- with irregular verbs (practice exercises are at the bottom of the page): https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/taf3.html
Bonne fin de semaine!