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Bienvenue à la classe de français!. FSF 1D/FSF 2D Mlle Beaugrand. Course Information. You will use oral speaking, listening, reading and writing You will read short stories, write letters, dialogues and predictions

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Bienvenue la classe de fran ais

Bienvenue à la classe de français!


Mlle Beaugrand

Course information
Course Information

  • You will use oral speaking, listening, reading and writing

  • You will read short stories, write letters, dialogues and predictions

  • You will build your vocabulary on topics such as friends, travel, movies and your interests

  • You will work individually and in groups

  • Your final mark will be made of:

    • 70% from work during the semester (tests, quizzes, assignments, presentations etc)

    • 30% from the final examination (in-class test & written project)

Course materials
Course Materials

  • The textbooks will be kept in class

  • Your cahier (workbook) will cost $5 – some of you have already paid. If not, please bring in $5 tomorrow.

  • Bring your binder & cahier to class EVERYDAY

  • There are dictionaries in class but it is recommended to get your own French-English dictionary to use at home

Course info
Course Info

  • 70% of your final mark is based on course work throughout the semester (quizzes/tests, presentations, dialogues and projects).

    • All summative assessments assigned must be completed to be successful in this class

  • 30% of your final mark will be based on the final evaluation

    • in-class test

    • written project

    • oral component

Attendance and punctuality
Attendance and Punctuality

  • You are expected to be in class, on time, everyday. You must arrive, ready to work when the bell rings

  • You must ask permission (en français) if you need to leave the classroom to use the washroom or for any other reason

  • You are responsible for making up all material missed (including tests) if you are absent. Look at the class website or ask a classmate before class

  • If you know you will miss a class, let me know before that class so you can be given work to complete

Electronic devices
Electronic Devices

  • Under no circumstances are cell phones permitted in this classroom unless you have prior permission

    • the only exception to this rule is to use the Word Reference App – you MUST ASK before taking your phone out or I will confiscate it.

  • iPods and MP3 players may be used only during individual work time and must be turned off during lessons, presentations and tests

  • If I see any cell phone in class, it will be confiscated and returned at the end of the day

  • Continued presence of cell phones in class will result in increasingly severe consequences

Class website
Class website

  • Today’s information, along with daily lessons, announcements and useful links will be posted on the class website

  • If you miss class, you are responsible for finding out what you missed by checking the website

  • http://beaugrandd/

Class rules
Class Rules


  • Respect for the teacher

  • Respect for your classmates

  • Respect for the classroom

    • What does this look like? Brainstorm!

When respect is lost
When RESPECT is lost…

  • Together, let’s decide what appropriate actions can be taken when there is a lack of respect in the classroom

  • Behaviour Contract

How to be successful in french
How to be successful in French

  • Come to every class prepared – what does this mean?

    • Cahier, binder, pencil/pen, paper

    • Homework/assignments completed

    • Positive attitude!

  • Hand in assignments on time

  • Study for tests

  • Take good, organized notes in class

  • Come in for extra help if you are having trouble – don’t wait until it’s too late!

  • Late policy french dep t
    Late Policy – French Dep’t

    • Note: Online translators are NOT permitted for ANY assignments and will result in you re-doing the assignment

    • If an assignment is not submitted on time, the Continuous Communication Policy will be put in place

    • Consequences of not submitting assignments by the due date will get increasingly severe with each occurrence

    • You will be required to come in for lunch detention everyday until the assignment is submitted

    • Same goes for assignments submitted that are less than a Level 1

    How will a split class affect me
    How will a Split Class Affect Me?

    • Many oral communication activities will be done together at the beginning of each class

    • Most grammar concepts will be taught separately

    • This means, at times, I will be teaching the other students --- What if you have a question?

      • ask another student

      • look in your textbook/class notes

      • look in the dictionary

      • look for anchor charts on the walls

      • write it down and ask me when I am finished

    Get to know your classmates
    Get to know your classmates

    • Find one student in the class that each statement in true for

    • Using the form EST-CE QUE TU…

    • When a student answers OUI, write their name on the line

    • If they say NON, then ask someone else!

    • You can only write each students’ name once