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Course Content

French I

French II

·       Basic conversational questions and answers (asking/telling time, dates, likes and dislikes, etc.)

  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Singular and plural forms of nouns and adjectives
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Present tense of most frequently used French verbs (regular and irregular)
  • Past tense
  • Francophone Culture, History, Film, Literature, Art, etc.
  • A review section
  • Present tense of most frequently used French verbs (including reflexives)
  • Past tense
  • Direct and indirect object pronouns
  • Imperfect tense
  • Imperfect tense versus past tense
  • Additional negatives
  • Francophone Culture, History, Film, Literature, Art, etc.

Quarter 1

  • Imitate modeled words and phrases using intonation and pronunciation (1.1)
  • Understand short conversations and narratives when using objects, visuals, and gestures (1.2)
  • Acknowledge and imitate basic greetings and gestures (2.1)
Quarter 1
  • Use basic greetings and expressions of courtesy (1.9)
  • Identify main ideas from oral, visual, or written sources (1.10)
  • Write or tell briefly about an event or personal experience (1.11)
  • Initiate greetings and use appropriate gestures with support (2.3)

Quarter 2

  • Form simple sentences on very familiar topics using learned vocabulary and high-frequency phrases (1.3)
  • Respond to questions seeking clarification (Do you understand? What is this?) (1.4)
  • Identify some common social practices at home and school (2.2)
Quarter 2
  • Express feelings, basic needs, emotions, or opinions (1.12)
  • Identify the meaning of unfamiliar words using decoding skills (1.13)
  • Compare similarities and differences of common expressive products between the native and target cultures (songs, artwork, crafts, etc.) (2.4)

Quarter 3

  • Use words and phrases without awareness of grammatical structures (1.5)
  • Follow simple commands (1.6)
  • Extract main ideas and key words from authentic resources (3.1)
Quarter 3
  • Ask and answer questions using high frequency and learned phrases (1.14)
  • State and follow a short sequence of oral or written requests (1.15)
  • Extract main ideas and supporting details from authentic resources (3.2)

Quarter 4

  • Answer simple questions about very familiar topics (1.7)
  • Recognize the symbols of the target language writing system (1.8)
  • Recognize features of their native and target language such as prefixes, suffixes, word roots, idioms, and sentence structure (4.1)
Quarter 4
  • Demonstrate comprehension of a listening activity or reading selection (1.16)
  • Apply age-appropriate writing process strategies (1.17)
  • Identify the contributions of the target cultures to the student’s culture and vice versa (4.2)
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