Continue your country research. Remember to include:
Population, language, capital city, flag, official languages
Connection to & history with France
Location in the world & features of landscape
Cultural Info…avoid stereotypes! Look at different resources. Find out about beliefs, cultural celebrations, food, dress, what people do & how they live
Contributions to the world? Well-known people?
If you were away today, remaining countries or departments are:
Wallis and Futuna
The rough copy of your info graphic is due on Tuesday, October13th. If you are working directly on paper, you will submit your rough draft of text to me in class. If working digitally, you will upload your info graphic to Teams before class and I will print it.
using past tense weather phrases to describe the weather on the weekend p.18-19 & answering ‘est-ce que’ questions about the weekend weather
asking and telling the date for today, yesterday and tomorrow
counting to 30 by 1s and to 100 by 10s
asking & answering partner questions using ‘er’ verbs, aller and avoir
looking at other ways to make negative statements in French (instead of just ne…pas) p27
learning new key words to situate us in time p. 13
For homework, students M-Z
Review concepts and vocabulary from today’s class.
Here is the audio for key words we looked at
Write 5 questions using 2 verbs
Begin with “Est-ce que tu veux….” “Est-ce que tu vas…” “Est-ce que tu aimes….”
Remember that the first verb follows the pattern & the second is in its name form (infinitive)
Write a ‘yes’ and ‘no’ answer for each of your questions. Be careful with the placement of ‘ne..pas’ when there are two verbs 🙂 ***When there are 2 verbs, the ‘ne…pas’ goes around the action that follows the pattern. For example: Je ne veux pas manger de la pizza.
For students A-L
Continue to study your new vocabulary & the structure of the verbs we’ve been using in class