Homework: In a foreign language class, it is important to work on a continuous basis. Since language study is cumulative (like math), you should spend at least 10-20 minutes per day learning the language (homework, review of grammar, and vocabulary), instead of 5 hours of study right before the test. Thus, you should prepare your homework (either oral or written) in a timely manner in order to demonstrate understanding and receive a grade of advanced or proficient.
- Homework is due at the beginning of class the day after it is assigned (unless otherwise specified).
- Late work – may or may not earn credit
- Projects (family tree, weather report, dialogues, commercials, body parts, etc.)
- Extra opportunities to demonstrate proficiency may be earned for speaking and writing in French, participating in cultural activities, and attending specific activities throughout the year.