Bonjour les amis!
You assignment this afternoon is a listening/viewing activity. Please watch the following video story. Alice Ayel will tell/draw you a short story in French.
- First, just watch and listen and see what you can understand.
- Download these questions to your French file on your computer. Le week-end Oct 14
- Read through the questions & then listen to the story again. Stop and start the video so that you can answer the questions as they appear in the story.
- Upload your answers to Teams by 3:30 today.
- Use the rest of your afternoon French time to study the vocabulary & concepts we’ve been working on in Unit 1. More learning check ins coming up soon!
Please contact me on the Questions Pour Madame channel if you have questions about your work this afternoon.
FOR PEOPLE WHO WERE ABSENT TODAY:
1.Here is the song that we listened to & discussed in class
Please work through the activity on pages 38-39 to review vocab & structure we’ve worked with in the past
2. Review the lesson on using the preposition ‘y’ on p 36 & do the exercises on p 37
3. Complete the ‘vacances’ work on p 34-35.
TO BE READY FOR TOMORROW:
- Complete the good copy of your info graphic for tomorrow.
- Please submit a digital copy on Teams before class time tomorrow. Make sure that you download the info graphic from the program you are using and then upload the document to Teams. I won’t be able to print your infographic if you share a link to view from the program.
- Bring hand-drawn work to class with you tomorrow.
- If you haven’t already done so, please complete your story revision & hand in tomorrow
REMINDERS ABOUT YOUR INFOGRAPHIC:
- Use language that you know and can use independently (rather than translated phrases)
- Your grade on this assignment will be lower if there is evidence of use of translated phrases
- Your mark will be higher if you carefully use language that you know & have been exposed to in class to communicate and to explain/describe your country
- Include a mini word bank for any looked up words & be prepared to explain them in French to your group
- Make a point of using vocabulary from previous units
- Challenge yourself to use some new connecting words
- Strive to include interesting details about the country & its people – beyond stereotypes, please!
- To take risks with language complexity, consider some of the more challenging structures that you have seen in the past
- Expressing necessity – Il faut que…
- Expressing possibility – would, could, should
- Using the preposition ‘y’