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Relative Pronouns. Ponette. Content Vocabulary: Lifestyle Description Relative pronouns. Complex Sentences. FRENCH HIGH SCHOOL HONORS UCONN FRENCH V. Describe Picture. C’est vs. Il est. Les Fran ç ais Chez Eux Unit 1. French Living. Describe Things, Ideas and People. Vocabulary.

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French high school honors uconn french v

Relative Pronouns

Ponette

Content Vocabulary:

Lifestyle

Description

Relative pronouns

Complex Sentences

FRENCHHIGH SCHOOL HONORS UCONN FRENCH V

Describe Picture

C’est vs. Il est

Les Français

Chez Eux

Unit 1

French Living

Describe Things, Ideas and People

Vocabulary

Report on a Francophone country and lifestyle-Research and Description

Listen to Music Obispo

Pronunciation-Poem Memorization

Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening

Essential Understandings/Learning Goals:

Speaking. In at least one language other than English will engage in conversation to provide or obtain information, express feelings, and exchange opinions.

Listening. In at least one language other than English students will understand and interpret spoken language on a variety of topics.

Writing. In at least one language other than English students will present information, concepts and ideas on a variety of topics.

Speaking. In at least one language other than English students will present information, concepts, and ideas to readers on a variety of topics.

In at least one language other than English, students will demonstrate an understanding of the products, practices and perspectives of the cultures studied, and will use their cultural knowledge for interpersonal, interpretative and presentational communication.

In at least one language other than English, students will reinforce and expand their knowledge of other areas of study through the world language, and vice versa.

In at least one language other than English, students will demonstrate an understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons across cultures.

Vocabulary. In a language other than English the student will demonstrate literacy and understanding of vocabulary through comparisons across languages.

Grammar. In a language other than English the student will demonstrate literacy and an understanding of grammar through comparisons across languages.


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