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1 French II-Quarter 1 French II Beginning Review (about 2 weeks) Review level I We already know a lot What do already know from French I? How can we apply what we know from French I? Presentational Beginning French II conversation card (1 minute presentation) Interpretive map reading task: follow written directions ask and answer question follow directions use thematic vocabulary narrate in the present/going future/ past task spelling quiz task: who am I? (conversation card into a paragraph) alphabet numbers family sports and activities food clothing city directions adjectives to describe people and places possessive adjectives ER/IR/RE verbs in present/going future/ past Irregular verbs être/aller/avoir/faire/ pouvoir/vouloir/ prendre/ venir Francophone countries Places and cities in France Paris School Cities Transportation Music Unité 1 and 2 teacher/district designed resources internet sources book video 1 -

2 French II-Quarter 1 Unité 1: La Maison Finding a place to live Housing is a basic cultural need. What is housing like in other countries? What are the different types of housing in Francophone countries? How are houses furnished in Francophone countries? How do appliances differ among cultures? interpersonal: discuss online housing ads research interpretive reading task: comprehend online apt. ads in Paris in order to choose one for a vacation task: Arranging my bedroom task: write an ad for a house/apt describe a bedroom describe the rooms in a house/apt. identify furniture and appliance in a house/apt. compare read advertisements for housing make suggestions about arranging a room give opinions about housing compare housing in the Francophone world with own house/apt. describe a house and the items in it types of housing rooms in a house furniture household appliances adjectives to describe housing prepositions of location avoir être venir de to place furniture in a house/bedroom housing in the Francophone world architectural differences ideas of privacy and sharing space business responsibilities in different cultures cultural expectations of chores among Francophone cultures Unité 4 teacher/district designed resources online realtor agencies Un monde parfait animated music video (Ilona Mitrecy) ads for household items housing ads book video 2-

3 French II-Quarter 1/2 Unité 2: La Famille et la Fête Family reunion Celebrations Every culture has its own unique celebrations for special events. How and what do we celebrate? How do I celebrate special events? What do major holidays do cultures have in common? What do holidays say about what is important to a culture? How do families celebrate special events and holidays? interpersonal interview about others family reunions task: additional listening activities- Unit 1 interpretive readinginvitations present the new holiday ask/answer questions about holidays and family reunions narrate in present, past and immediate future about a family reunion make plans concerning holidays write invitations and cards accept/refuse invitations compare/contrast celebrations and holidays task: create a new holiday nuclear and extended family family relationships pets nationalities professions sports and leisure activities celebrations time calendar food/drinks weather/seasons holidays/special events (review of French I via a family reunion) adjectives possessive adjectives definite/indefinite articles age questions negations passé composé transitions: et, mais, d abord, puis, prochain,ensuite, cependant, néanmoins, enfin, finalement Francophone holidays different celebration calendars celebrations: Québec Winter Festival, La Fête de la musique, les Fêtes Nationales, le Nouvel An, Ramadan, Noël, Poisson d Avril, Pâques, L Armistice, Mardi Gras family celebtations around special events and holidays Unité 1 Unité 2-adjectives, professions Unité 9-professions Francophone family picture online sources E-card sites Online videos of Francophone celebrations C est la fête song from La Belle et La Bête-Disney video book video 3 & 4-

4 French II-Quarter 2 Unité 3: Paris et l Art Paris Art: Impressionism, Post-impressionism, L art moderne Travel creates many memories and lots of new learning. How does art reflect the culture? How does art impact a society? How do travel experiences shape our worldview? How can I share what I experienced while on a trip? interpersonal task: Ma visite à Paris interpretive task: additional listening activities-unit 2 L artcompare/contrast different works of art Camille Claudel-Why would she like to live in Loveland? describe places and art narrate in past, present, future compare/contrast monuments, works of art sequence events express opinions about art task: Paris travel journal task: Art Critic magazine article Paris monuments, museums, sites les arrondissements le métro Art, artists and art movements: Impressionism, Post-impressionism, L art moderne art terms artists passé compose- avoir and être forms adjectives to describe monuments and art Paris Paris art museums Impressionist, Post- Impressionist and, Modern Art artists and movements le metro/rer Unité 2 Paris art museum sites Metro/RER site research on Camille Claudel book video 5 & 6-

5 French II-Quarter 3 Unité 4: Les Voyages (about 6 weeks) Travel/vacations Travel experiences shape our worldview. How do travel experiences shape our worldview? What do I need to know before I travel? How can I get the most out of a trip? How can I share what I experienced? How can I be respectful of the culture where I visit? interpersonal task: Mon voyage en France task: additional listening activities- Unit 3 and 7 Travel journal narrate in past, present, and the immediate future compare/contrast express opinions sequence events make suggestions express preferences task: Travel journal map of France geography terms:le fleuve, les montagnes, les villes, les pays, les océans geography of France travel vocabulary transportation sports and leisure activities basic hotel information basic restaurant information passé composé- avoir and être pouvoir, vouloir, devoir, dormir, lire prepositions before cities, regions, countries famous sites and cities of France basic information about the regions of France Les Champs Elysées song Unité 3 Unité 7 Internet sites for regions in France book video 7 & 8-

6 French II- Quarter 3/4 Unité 5-Bon Appétit (about 6 weeks) Francophone food Food specialties and traditions are unique in every region throughout the world. How do my eating habits reflect my culture? What do I know about Francophone food? How do I buy food? How do I order food in a restaurant? How do I read a menu in French? How are restaurants rated? What are the different courses? How do I set the table? interpersonal task: role-play-shopping for food in the marker interpretive reading task: reading restaurant menus and guidebook and online descriptions favorite foods in a Francophone restaurant shop for food read le menu/la carte order food/beverages make plans write grocery lists state preferences for food express opinions describe food, restaurants persuade compare and contrast different food items and restaurants task: write a persuasive restaurant description for guidebook or online description task prix fixe menu task: food tasting and critique article food shopping for food metric measurements measurements for food high frequency expressions for restaurant voc. going future passé composé imperfect to describe food partitives transistions: shopping for food restaurants and menus meals food food preparation regional food specialties importance of food in different cultures Francophone food specialties table setting Unité 3 restaurant sites food store sites recipe sites regional sites book video 9 & 10-

7 French II-Quarter 4 Unité 6- La vie quotidienne et les tâches ménagères Daily routines Daily routines not only affect our health and wellbeing, but are also culturally defined. How does my daily routine compare to others in the Francophone world? What is my daily routine? What products do I use for my daily routine? What chores do I do to help around the house? interpersonal task: discuss chores that one is responsible for at home task: additional listening activities- Unit 4 task: read ad for hygiene and cleaning products for the house describe make suggestions accept/refuse emotions preferences likes/dislikes sequence events things you used to do follow directions make plans create daily routine schedule task: create a hygiene or cleaning product reflexive verbs time/schedules daily routine daily routine personal hygiene items/products chores appliances to do chores cleaning tools reflexive verbs (focus on present tense) negation imperfect to describe chores that one used to do passé composé tense daily routines cultural differences in daily routines chores cultural differences in daily routines Unité 4 product advertisements for daily routine producrs book video 11 & 12-

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