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QUOI???. JE dois écrire une légende ???. MAIS COMMENT ???. Relax mon petit coco, c’est facile! . 1 ) Choisis un sujet qui t’intéresse . La corne du rhinocéros ?. Les chutes Niagara?. Pourquoi / comment les étoiles brillent ?. Pourquoi Mme. Temple sourit toujours ?.

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QUOI???

JEdoisécrireunelégende???

MAIS COMMENT???

relax mon petit coco c est facile
Relax mon petit coco, c’est facile! 

1) Choisis un sujet qui t’intéresse.

La corne du rhinocéros?

Les chutes Niagara?

Pourquoi/ comment les étoilesbrillent?

Pourquoi Mme. Temple sourittoujours?

les id es
Les Idées
  • les montagnes Rocheuses, un dragon, dans une foret
  • les chutes Niagara, un ogre, dans une caverne
  • la poche du kangourou, une vieille femme, dans l’ocean
  • les bandes noires et blanches du zebre, un ours, sur l’ocean
  • la corne du rhinoceros, un extra-terrestre, sur une montagne
  • pourquoi les oiseaux vont au sud pendant l’hiver
  • l’origine du bruit du tonnerre
  • pourquoi la girafe a un cou tres long....
  • comment les étoiles brillent dans le ciel
  • comment Stonehedge a construit
  • comment Ayers Rock a construit en Australie
2 fais du brainstorming
2) Fais du brainstorming!
  • Think of some reasons to explain the phenomena.
  • Use your resources and vocabulary that you already know, then add to that using a dictionary 

3) Choisisl’idée la plus géniale.

  • Choose your best idea, or combine a few to make it amazing.
4 cr e un plan
4) Crée un plan
  • Fill in the graphic organizer from Mme. McBride to help organize your ideas AND to ensure that you’ve included all elements.
  • DO AS MUCH OF THIS AS POSSIBLE IN FRENCH…that way you will be less likely to depend on those awful on-line translators; which, as you know, will get you an ‘R’.
5 cr e ton brouillon
5) Crée ton brouillon
  • Write your rough copy using your visual organizer as a guide.
  • Remember to use your resources:
    • Dictionaries
    • Verb list (orange and passé composé handouts)
    • The unit’s vocabulary
    • Anchor charts around the room
    • Legends we’ve read in class
    • Conference with Mme. McBride…that’s right, a REAL, LIVE French teacher!!!
6 edit and revise
6)Edit and revise.
  • Review your work…PLEASE…for the love of French!
  • Check all sentences, is there a SUBJECT, VERB, AND enough DETAIL?
  • Highlight EACH instance of the passé composé(the reason for this project)...
    • Is the format correct?(subject + correct auxiliary verb + P.P.)
    • Did you make agreements for the P.P.s with être?
  • Highlight your irregular past participles … are they there??
  • Highlight your negative sentences …are they there? Are the NE and PAS around the auxiliary verb?
7 create your good copy
7) Create your good copy.
  • You have worked hard and you want your final product to reflect that, right????
  • Make sure that your illustration is drawn (or printed) with care. ** This can be done for homework, while watching your favourite show even!  **

8) Hand it in proudly … on time 

  • Hooray! You’re done!!!   