FR 1 Week 2

Le 13-17 janvier 2020
Unit: Qui suis-je?
Week Summary: This week, We will really begin working on speaking in French. Students will be able to count to 10, Identify French-speaking countries, and introduce themselves appropriately.

Monday

Students will understand unit expectations: Students will review the can-do statements and vocabulary for this unit.

Students will be able to appropriately exchange basic information: Students will practice a simple conversation in French using the phrases “Hello, how are you, and good-bye.” Students will practice both the formal and informal versions of this conversation.

Students will be able to write using familiar vocabulary: Students will write out conversations with their friends, parents, and teachers.

Homework:
Bring in a small (3×5″ or smaller) photo of yourself WEDNESDAY
Vocabulary due FRIDAY

Tuesday

Students will be able to identify countries where French is spoken:

Students will be able to basic exchange information about themselves and others: Students will match nationalities to countries, then do an information gap activity using nationalities.

Students will be able to identify products and practices of French speaking countries to understand perspectives: Students will read short pieces about names and greetings in France.

Students will be able to identify familiar vocabulary: Students will count to 10 using their fingers. Students will dictate numbers 1-10 with a peer and check for comprehension. 

Homework:
Watch the following video:

https://www.educreations.com/lesson/embed/51533670/?s=k3t2hn&ref=embed

Be prepared to use numbers 1-10 tomorrow in class!
Research popular names in a French speaking country, and choose 3 names that you might like to have yourself.
Bring in a small (3×5″ or smaller) photo of yourself TOMORROW

Wednesday

Students will be able compare cultural products between the United States and a French speaking country: MUSIQUE MERCREDI! We will listen to a French song and watch the music video, and compare that with music students listen to in Kennesaw.

Students will be able to identify memorized or familiar words with support: Students will fill out an ID card of their “alter ego” using information from their research

Students will be able to exchange basic information about themselves: Students will exchange information about their “alter egos” using the following vocabulary: “hello”, “my name is”, “what is your name?”, “how are you?”, “good bye”, and number 1-10 

Students will be able to identify familiar vocabulary: Students will play the board-slap game

Homework:
Bring headphones that can be plugged into a computer to class TOMORROW
Find 3 examples of French in your daily life to show the class by FRIDAY. Take a selfie with the item, and be prepared to show the photos to others in class.

Thursday

Students will take the student growth measure pre-test

Homework:
Find 3 examples of French in your daily life to show the class by FRIDAY. Take a selfie with the item, and be prepared to show the photos to others in class.

Friday

Students will demonstrate the ability to introduce themselves using practiced or
memorized words and phrases with the help of visuals: Students will fill out a simple informational form

Students will present 3 items in French found in their daily life.

Homework: