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Bienvenus a la classe de Français. (Welcome to your French Class). CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL SUMNER HILL JR. HIGH SCHOOL “ Failure Is Not an Option ” Dr. LANYUY. Bienvenus au Cours de Français!.

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bienvenus a la classe de fran ais welcome to your french class

Bienvenus a la classe de Français.(Welcome to your French Class)



“Failure Is Not an Option”


bienvenus au cours de fran ais
Bienvenus au Cours de Français!

Bienvenus! In this course, you will be learning about the French language and culture through a variety of activities and resources. Through these activities, you will learn the skills necessary to live and survive in any French-speaking country.

required readings
Required Readings
  • Textbook: - C’est à toi (Levels 1, 2, and 3)

- Discovering French (Bleu)

Other requirements:

  • French – English Dictionary
  • A mini French story book of your choice
class supply list
  • French – English Dictionary
  • A three-ringed or pocket folder
  • Pencils
  • See supply list for additional items
class rules
  • Come to class on time and prepared to learn
  • Be in your assigned seat before the tardy bell rings
  • Raise your hand and wait to be acknowledged before speaking
  • DO NOT get out of your seat without permission
  • Respect the teacher, yourself and others
  • Do not go to my desk without permission
  • Electronic gadgets may be used in class only if these enhance the instructional process. Teacher approval must be obtained prior to use of any electronic gadgets.
  • No eating, drinking or chewing gum in class
  • The bell does NOT dismiss you. I DO
tardy policy
Tardy Policy


If you arrive in class after the tardy bell, you MUST bring a pass from the administration or a signed note from your previous teacher.

class work
Class Work
  • Complete all class work and take notes
  • Participate
  • Do homework
  • Keep up with your notes
  • Take tests
make up policy
Make – up Policy

It is the students’ responsibility to ask for make – up work after returning from any absence. Make – up work is due the following day after it has been given. Make – up tests will be given before school

( 7:45 am to 8:15 am) and after school

( 3:45pm to 4:00pm)

Or during the school day if possible.

grading policy
Grading Policy
  • All assigned work will be graded and recorded.
  • Tests, quizzes and projects will be graded as follows:
          • Daily grades 25%;
          • Homework 15%;
          • Test, essays, projects 35%,
          • 9-weeks Test 25%

Grading scale

  • 100-90 = A
  • 89-80 = B
  • 79-70 = C
  • 69-65 = D
  • 64 and below = unsuccessful
cheating and plagiarism
Cheating and Plagiarism
  • There is a zero tolerance policy for cheating and plagiarism. Any students found cheating or plagiarizing will be given a ZERO for that assignment, and may be subject to further disciplinary action.
hall procedures
Hall Procedures
  • Walk in a straight line
  • Walk behind the person in front of you
  • No talking in the halls
  • Keep all hands, feet and other body parts to yourself
  • Do not yell nor shout into another teacher’s room
class dismissal
Class Dismissal
  • The bell does not dismiss you, The Teacher does!!!
  • The bell does not signal the end of class, it simply tells the time
  • Continue working until the teacher dismisses class
  • In this class, dismissal is done by columns as the teacher desires.
welcome to french i
Welcome to French I

Language learning requires commitment on your part. Bring your laptop, notebook/binder, and writing materials to class daily. I have very high expectations for all my students and I am looking forward to a wonderful school year 2013/2014.