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1 1Section One: My Physical Traits DAY ONE In this lesson, I will view the animation Se décrire where Jean-François describes himself and others. 1. Open Section One, Day One of the Workbook and do question Read the context below then view the animation Se décrire on the DVD or Website. Context: Jean-François is looking at his class picture. He introduces himself and then describes his teacher and three of his classmates. 3. Open Section One, Day One of the Workbook and do questions 2 and 3. Pg 1

2 DAY TWO In this lesson, I will review the verb Avoir. 1. Review the animation Se décrire on the DVD or Website. This time, listen for the way that Jean-François describes the hair and the eyes of his friends. Open Section One, Day two of the Workbook and do question 1. How did you answer question 1 in the Workbook? If you said that the verb was Avoir, you were correct. The verb Avoir is a widely used verb in French. It will be important that you know this verb and how to conjugate it. Pg 2

3 2. A good way to remember the conjugation of verbs is to put them to song. Listen to Track 39 on the Unit CD 1. Listen a second time and this time sing along. Do you recognize the melody? J ai Tu as Il a Elle a Nous avons Vous avez Ils ont Elles ont 3. Open Section Two, Day Two of the Workbook and do questions 2, 3 and 4. Pg 3

4 DAY THREE In this lesson, I will continue the review of the verb Avoir (to have) and review colours. 1. Review the animation Se décrire on the DVD or Website. Listen carefully for colours then open Section One, Day Three of the Workbook and do question 1. Observe how the verb Avoir is used in the chart below and on the next page. Singular:* J ai ** Tu as Il a Elle a J ai les cheveux blonds. Tu as les cheveux roux. Il a les cheveux bruns. Elle a les cheveux bruns. I have blond hair. You have red hair. He has brown hair. She has brown hair. Pg 4

5 continued Plural: * Nous avons Vous avez Ils ont Elles ont Nous avons les yeux verts Vous avez les yeux bleus. Ils ont les yeux bruns. Elles ont les yeux bruns. We have green eyes. You have blue eyes. They have brown eyes. They have brown eyes. *Note that the first four conjugations are used in singular situations and that the next four are used in plural situations. **Note that the pronoun Je becomes J in front of a vowel. 2. Open Section One, Day Three of the Workbook and do questions 2 and 3. Pg 5

6 DAY FOUR In this lesson, I will be introduced to vocabulary describing the body. 1. Before starting, open Section One, Day Four of the Workbook and complete the Reflection. Pg 6

7 2. Read the context below then listen to Track 40 on the Unit CD 1. Use the following pictures from left to right to help you understand. Do you recognize this tune? Listen to the song and follow along with the picture prompts below in the following sequence: a, b, c, d, c, d, c, d, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h. Listen again to the song and point to the body parts as Justin and Jean-François sing. Context: Justin and Jean-François sing a well-known song about the body parts. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Pg 7

8 3. Look at the image below and listen to Track 41 on the Unit CD 1. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the vocabulary to describe the body. Listen to the words and practice saying them at least twice. 4. Open Section One, Day Four of the Workbook and do questions 1, 2 and 3. Pg 8

9 DAY FIVE In this lesson, I will work with a few common adjectives. 1. Open Section One, Day Five of the Workbook and do question 1. Throughout this section, we have used colours to describe physical appearances. Examples: J ai les cheveux noirs. J ai les yeux verts. Here are other adjectives you could use. long court droit bouclé Pg 9

10 continued When describing someone s appearance, we might say: Elle a les cheveux longs. Il a les cheveux courts. Il a les cheveux droits. Elle a les cheveux bouclés. In prior lessons you were taught that colour adjectives always come after the noun and that number adjectives always come before the noun. Example: Il a les yeux bruns. Il a deux casquettes. Pg 10

11 continued But what if the adjective is not a colour or a number? Which comes first, the noun or the adjective? A good rule to follow is: The longer word always comes first. There are of course exceptions to this rule, but it is a good guide to start with. In the examples above, the word cheveux is longer than the adjectives longs, courts, droits and bouclés. Therefore, cheveux is placed before the adjectives. Example : Elle a les cheveux longs. Il a les cheveux droits The adjectives grand and petit are placed before the noun. For example, we might say: J ai une grande bouche. Tu as une petite tête. Elle a de petites mains. Il a de grands pieds. Pg 11

12 continued Sometimes, des becomes de when it is placed before specific adjectives. Example : Elle a de petites mains. Il a de grands pieds. Remember: If the noun is plural, the adjective is also plural. Listen to Track 42 on the Unit CD 1 and hear the proper pronunciation of these descriptions below from the examples above. Elle a les cheveux longs. Il a les cheveux courts. Il a les cheveux droits. Elle a les cheveux bouclés. J ai une grande bouche. Tu as une petite tête. Elle a de petites mains. Il a de grands pieds. 2. Open Section One, Day Five of the Workbook and do questions 2, 3, 4 and 5. Pg 12

13 DAY SIX In this lesson, I will ask questions with intonation and the form Est-ce que using the verb Avoir. 1. Open Section One, Day Six of the Workbook and do question Review the animation Se décrire on the DVD or Website. Here is the description that Jean-François gave about himself in the animation: Bonjour! Je m appelle Jean-François. J ai dix ans. J ai les cheveux noirs et les yeux bruns. Je pèse 40 kilogrammes (kg) et je mesure 130 centimètres (cm). Je suis en fauteuil roulant. Je porte un t-shirt bleu, des pantalons verts et un pull noir. Venez, je vais vous présenter mon professeur et quelques camarades de classe! You will notice that Jean-François is talking about himself, therefore he uses the pronoun je. We will be working with the verb Avoir, therefore the sentences containing this verb are in italics. Pg 13

14 If you had never met Jean-François and were asking him questions about his appearance, you would use the pronoun tu. Listen to the following questions and answers on Track 43 on the Unit CD 1. Examples: Your question Est-ce que tu as dix ans? Est-ce que tu as les cheveux noirs? Est-ce que tu as les yeux bruns? His answer Oui, j ai dix ans. Oui, j ai les cheveux noirs. Oui, j ai les yeux bruns. You can also form questions using intonation. Remember to make your voice go up at the end of the question. Tu as les cheveux noirs? Oui, j ai les cheveux noirs. Pg 14

15 continued If you had never met Jean-François and were asking a classmate questions about his appearance, you would use the pronoun il because he is male. Listen to the following questions and answers on Track 44 on the Unit CD 1. Examples: Your question Est-ce qu il a dix ans? Est-ce qu il a les cheveux noirs? Est-ce qu il a les yeux bruns? Their answer Oui, il a dix ans. Oui, il a les cheveux noirs. Oui, il a les yeux bruns. You could also use intonation. Il a dix ans? Oui, il a dix ans. 3. Open Section One, Day Six of the Workbook and do questions 2 and 3. Pg 15

16 DAY SEVEN In this lesson, I will be introduced to vocabulary related to clothing. 1. Open Section One, Day Seven of the Workbook and do question When you describe someone s physical appearance, you will usually include a description of their clothes, like Jean-François did in the animation. Read the context below then listen to Track 45 on the Unit CD 1. Use the following pictures from left to right to help you understand. Context: Jean-François and Karine describe clothing that boys and girls often wear. Pg 16

17 3. Open Section One, Day Seven of the Workbook and do questions 2, 3, 4 and 5. Pg 17

18 DAY EIGHT In this lesson, I will work with the verb Porter. 1. Open Section One, Day Eight of the Workbook and do questions 1 and 2. The verb Porter has the same meaning as the verb to wear in English. When you describe what you are wearing or what someone else is wearing, this is the verb to use! The verb Porter is an er verb, which means that it ends with er. Many French verbs ending with er like Aimer, which you have seen in Unit One, will be conjugated the same way as Porter. Pg 18

19 continued Look at the verbs below. Aimer J aime la couleur bleue. (I like) Tu aimes la couleur bleue. (You like) Il aime la couleur bleue. (He likes) Elle aime la couleur bleue. (She likes) Porter Je porte un jean bleu. (I wear) Tu portes un jean bleu. (You wear) Il porte un jean bleu. (He wears) Elle porte un jean bleu. (She wears) Notice that with tu, you add an s to the verb aimes and portes. Notice that la couleur is feminine therefore you add an e to the adjective bleue. 2. Open Section One, Day Eight of the Workbook and do questions 3, 4, 5 and 6. Pg 19

20 DAY NINE In this lesson, I will review questions beginning with Est-ce que. 1. Go back to Day Six of this Unit. Review how to ask a question using Est-ce que. Open Section One, Day Nine of the Workbook and do question 1. If your answer for question 1 in the Workbook started with or or or Est-ce que je porte Est-ce que tu portes Est-ce qu il porte Est-ce qu elle porte Then you were correct. Est-ce que is always placed in front of the pronoun/noun and verb. Notice how Est-ce que becomes Est-ce qu in front of pronouns that start with a vowel: il and elle. Pg 20

21 continued Listen to the following questions on Track 46 on the Unit CD 1. If I was asking myself if I was wearing green pants, I would ask: Est-ce que je porte un pantalon vert? If I was asking Justin or Émilie if he or she was wearing a white t-shirt, I would ask: Est-ce que tu portes un t-shirt blanc? If I was asking Justin if Émilie was wearing a grey skirt I would ask: Est-ce qu Émilie porte une jupe grise? or Est-ce qu elle porte une jupe grise? If I was asking Émilie if Justin was wearing a red baseball cap, I would ask: Est-ce que Justin porte une casquette rouge? or Est-ce qu il porte une casquette rouge? Notice how you can use the person s name or the pronoun. Émilie = elle Justin = il Pg 21

22 2. Open Section One, Day Nine of the Workbook and do questions 2 and 3. Pg 22

23 DAY TEN In this lesson, I will review concepts from previous lessons in Section One. 1. Open Section One, Day Ten of the Workbook and do question Before moving to today s activities, take some time to review this section and be aware of all that you have learned. Day One: Below are some colours used to describe hair and eyes. Can you name them? brown black green blue red blond Day Two: Sing the Avoir song. Can you remember the complete conjugation of the verb? Write down the conjugation and check back on Day Two to see if you are correct. Pg 23

24 Day Three: Use the verb Avoir and the pronoun je to say that you have the colour of hair or eyes shown below. brown hair green eyes blond hair brown eyes Day Four: Can you sing the song about the body parts? Day Five: Look at the characters below. Describe their appearance using one adjective. Day Six: How would you ask someone, in French, if he/she has brown hair and green eyes? Day Seven: Look at the items below. How many can you name? Pg 24

25 Day Eight: Using the correct conjugation of the verb Porter and the pictures above in Day Seven review, create the following sentences: -You are wearing one of the items. (Je) -Your friend Julie is wearing one of the items. (Elle) -Your friend Martin is wearing one of the items. (Il) Day Nine: How would you ask a friend what he/she is wearing today? Remember to use the pronoun tu. 3. Open Section One, Day Ten of the Workbook and do questions 2, 3, 4 and 5. Pg 25

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