Attention DP students: All information about your DP French classes will be available on the Managebac website.
Starting this week, I will no longer be posting updates for French ab initio on Weebley. All correspondence will be sent throught
1.) Students will be able to write words spelled to them in French.
2.) Students will be able to recognize and correctly pronounce numbers 0-69.
3.) Students will be able to commute simple addition and subtraction problems in French.
4.) Students will be able to recognize dates and give their birthday in French.
1.) Various listening activites in packet (greetings, spelling)
2.) Solving Math problems (classroom activity)
3.) Oral recitation of birthdays
1.) Listening Assessment (greetings, spelling, minimal pairs, commands)
2.) Written Assessment (accents, vowel combinations, formal and informal language, and gestures
This week in French class, we reviewed greetings, spelling, and commands in preparation for our summative assessment. We also learned to count from 0-69 and practiced numbers in various activities like math problems and phone numbers. We also learned days and months and how to say the date, including our birthdays. For Monday, please click the link for the French Saints' Days website and choose a Saint's Day for your 2nd birthday. I will be asking you to give me both the dates in French!
1.) Students will use rules of pronunciation to say tongue twisters in French.
2.) Students will use imperatives in French to tell their classmates what to do.
3.) Students will comprehend a series of oral commands in French.
(Last week) Oral spelling quiz
(Thur.) Written quiz on greetings, pronunciation/accents, and imperatives.
Upcoming Summative Assessment:
Wed., Sept. 10 Listening Exam: greetings, spelling, minimal pairs, and imperatives.
For the past week in DP French we have been working on pronunciation rules and also on imperatives. Attached below is the PowerPoint with everything we've covered since the beginning of the year; following that are the pronunciation rules and minimal pairs handouts.
Keep studying and practicing outside of class!