FR 2 Jan 14-18

Unit: La Géographie et Le Temps
Week Summary: This week we will be talking about la francophonie and people in the French speaking world. Students will talk about daily weather, and weather in different seasons. Students will describe weather and geography in various French speaking countries. There is a quiz on WEDNESDAY on geography vocabulary.

Monday

Objectives

  • I can identify French-speaking countries around the world
  • I can describe the weather in my community today
  • I can use culturally appropriate measurements to talk about weather and temperature

Daily plan:

  • Students will read two infographics about the French speaking world, while asking and answering questions about the content
  • Students will convert temperatures from fahrenheit to celcius
  • Students will describe the weather in Kennesaw; Students will read weather maps from French-speaking countries and describe the weather.
Homework:
  • Study for the vocabulary quiz Wednesday
  • Review material from French 1!
    • être & avoir
    • -ER verbs adjectives
    • question forms

Tuesday

Objectives:

  • I can describe the weather in my community today
  • I can use culturally appropriate measurements to talk about weather and temperature
  • I can describe the climate and geography of a French speaking community
  • I can express my preferences related to weather, and ask my classmates theirs

Daily Plan

  • Students will describe the weather in France using a weather map
  • Students will convert temperatures from celcius to farenheit
  • Students will request and explain their weather preferences
  • Students will research the climate and geography of a French-speaking country

Homework:

  • study for the vocabulary quiz TOMORROW
  • Finish the Climate and Geography Chart and maps
    • Choose 4 French speaking countries, and write 12 SIMPLE sentence–3 to describe each season.
    • Choose 2 of the countries used above, and draw 2 pictures for each–one for Summer and one for Winter.
      • Indicate the mountains, rivers, and 2 major cities. Use weather symbols to indicate climate around the country during Summer and Winter.
  • Review material French 1!
    • être & avoir
    • -ER verbs

Wednesday

Objectives:

  • I can identify French speaking countries around the world
  • I can identify geographical features
  • I can describe the weather around the world, using culturally appropriate measurements

Daily Plan:

  • VOCABULARY QUIZ
  • Students will convert temperatures from farenheit to celcius
  • Students will compare climates of the French speaking countries they researched Tuesday
  • Students will describe the weather in their community and from a French weather map
  • Students will create a geographical map, and an accompanying weather map
Homework:

Thursday

Objectives:

  • I can describe weather around the world, using culturally appropriate measurements
  • I can express my weather and geographical preferences

Daily Plan:

  • Students will create a geographical map, and an accompanying weather map
Homework:

Friday

Objectives

  • I can describe weather from a map, using geographical features as a reference.
  • I can request information about my classmates’ weather preferences, and explain my own.

Daily Plan:

  • Students will students will ask ask and answer questions about their weather preferences
  • Students will create a weather forecast for each others’ weather maps
Homework: