more Quotes
first previous next last
  • Syllabus
  • Vocabulary
  • Practice
  • Assignments
  • Links
  • I Cans

Unit 2 Syllabus

Here is the syllabus for unit 2.pdf

jour A

jour B

Objectifs

Plan du Jour

Examens

le 22

sep

le 23

sep

  • I can say what my favorite classes are.
  • I can ask, ¨What are your favorite classes?
  • I can count from 0-60 in French.

(1) Unit 1 Test Review. L’École en France - Ville et Campagne. The culture of school in France. School subjects. Being polite in the classroom. Begin working on the term 1 writing project.

CULTURE: Petit Nicholas Video https://goo.gl/HHa9Hm

 

le 26

sep

le 27

sep

  • I can say what classroom materials I need for my classes.
  • I can ask what do you need for a class?
  • I can ask/say what my favorites are (books, music, movies, etc.).
  • I can give the color of an object.

(2) Review classroom objects and subjects. Learn about what color different objects are. Learn and practice asking what your favorites are. Practice and review conversations. Speed talking activity.

CULTURE: Petit Nicholas

1st draft – Pen Pal Letter

 

Numbers 21-60 Vocabulary

le 28

sep

le 29

sep

  • I can say what items belongs to friends, others, or me.
  • I can use polite phrases in the classroom.
  • I can ask permission.

(3) Review colors for classroom objects. Learn about definite and indefinite articles. Discuss the gender of nouns. Talk about the phrases you need to be polite, and to ask permission. Learn and practice saying who an object belongs to (This is the pen of John).

CULTURE: School Life in France https://goo.gl/GUZvvn

Passport 1 – Talking about favorites
(NL.IC.2-3)

 

Classroom objects & colors Vocabulary

le 30

sep

le 3

oct

  • I can tell someone 3 classes I have.
  • I can ask, ¨What classes do you have?
  • I can explain school schedules in the target cultures.
  • I can say and ask the hour (time).

(4) Learn and practice saying the various class subjects. Compare subjects in France to U.S. Talk about schedules and what schedules are like. Look at time. Learn how to say basic time for when a class begins or ends. Look at writing projects.

CULTURE: Reading: Bon Appétit Monsieur Lapin!

Listening quiz
(NM.IL.1)

le 4

oct

le 5

oct

  • I can say when I have lunch.
  • I can ask, ¨When do you have lunch? ¨
  • I can tell what time school or a class starts and ends.

(5) Review articles with objects. Review time and numbers. Practice learning poems. Watch video to review time, dates, weather. Go over schedules some more and look at more advanced ways of giving the time. Practice.

CULTURE: Students at School in France https://goo.gl/iBJ5kg

2nd draft – Pen Pal Letter

 

Colors with objects quiz

(NL.PW.3)

 

Class subjects & activities Vocabulary

le 6

oct

le 7

oct

  • I can describe my classes as difficult or easy.
  • I can say who my favorite teachers are.
  • I can ask, ¨Who are your favorite teachers?¨

(6) Writing my school schedule. Noun worksheet. Talk about describing a class or teachers with adjectives. Reading and listening practice. Conversation practice about school.

CULTURE: La Rentrée des Classes et Matiéres https://goo.gl/esNkNe et https://goo.gl/7Mci3C

Reading quiz
(NL.IR.2)

 

Classroom expressions Vocabulary

le 10

oct

le 11

oct

  • I can make an object plural and talk about a thing versus the thing.
  • I can tell how students and teachers interact in target cultures.

(7) Review and talk about objects. Practice making things plural and use the correct definite or indefinite articles. Reading practice. Look at important French people.

CULTURE: Au Clair de la Lune Song https://goo.gl/fSMaEu

Passport 2 – Talking about school

(NM.IC.3,5,7)

le 12

oct

le 13

oct

  • I can write a letter to a pen pal.
  • I can explain the grading systems in target cultures.
  • I can learn a song about school.

(8) Speaking about your schedule at school and preferences. Sing Sacré Charlemagne. Finish noun packet. Finish discussing France and the information sheet. Work on your final pen pal letter. Start typing it up and prepare it for the teacher.

CULTURE: Sacré Charlemagne Song http://goo.gl/dmOgV4

Definite Articles & Plurals quiz
(NL.PW.2)

 

Time & Adjectives Vocabulary

le 14

oct

le 17

oct

 

Unit Two Review. Share culture presentations. Games to review unit.

Final Draft – Pen Pal Letter
(NL.PW.1-3; NM.PW.2-3)

 

French Culture Presentation

(NL.PS.1-3; N.CPP.1, N.CPP.2, N.CIA.1)

le 18

oct

le 19

oct

Unit 2 Exam

le 20-24 oct

Les Vacances d’Automne

le 25

oct

le 26

oct

Oral Proficiency Pre-Assessment. You will record a role-play with a partner. Attendance is mandatory.

Quizlet

Vocabulary

Unit 2 – Vocabulary List pdf

Questions | Answers | Classroom Objects | School Subjects | School Activities | Time | Ordinal Numbers | Colors | Definite Articles | Indefinite Articles | Expressions | Verb: To Be | Adjectives

I. Questions
1-What is your favorite class?
2-Who are your favorite teachers?
3-What is your favorite season?
4-What is your favorite color?
5-What do you need for school?
6-May I go to the bathroom?
7-May I sharpen my pencil?
8-May I get a drink?
9-May I speak with…?
10-How do you say…in French?
11-How do you spell that?
12-What does that mean?
13-Where are you going?

I. Questions
1-Quel est votre (ton) cours préféré ?
2-Quels sont vos (tes) profs préférés ?
3-Quelle est votre (ta) saison préférée ?
4-Quel est votre (ton) couleur préféré ?
5-Qu’est-ce qu’il vous (te) faut pour l’école ?
6-Puis-je aller aux toilettes?
7-Puis-je tailler mon crayon?
8-Puis-je aller à la fontaine?
9-Je peux parler avec…?
10-Comment dit-on…en français ?
11-Ça s’écrit comment?
12-Que veut dire ça ?
13-Où vas-tu?

II. Answers
1-My favorite class is…
2-My favorite teachers are…
3-My favorite season is…
4-My favorite color is…
5-I need (…) for school.
6-Yes, you can go.
7-No, stay here.
8-Of course.
9-Yes, but quickly.
10-You say…
11-It is spelled…
12-I know or I don’t know.
13-I’m going to…

II. Réponses
1-Mon cours préféré est…
2-Mes profs préférés sont…
3-Ma saison préférée est…
4-Mon couleur préféré est…
5-Il me faut…pour l’école.
6-Oui, tu peux aller.
7-Non, restez ici.
8-Bien sûr.
9-Oui, mais rapidement.
10-On dit…
11-Ça s’écrit…
12-Je sais ou Je ne sais pas.
13-Je vais à…

III. Classroom Objects
1-a pencil
2-a pen
3-a piece of paper
4-the chalk
5-a marker
6-the book
7-a notebook
8-a binder
9-the map
10-the homework
11-the whiteboard
12-a backpack
13-a student desk
14-a student
15-the teacher
16-dictionary
17-a teacher's desk
18-cell phone
19-cell phone
20-computer

III. Les Objets de Classe
1-un crayon
2-un stylo
3-une feuille de papier
4-la craie
5-un feutre
6-un livre
7-un cahier
8-un classeur
9-une carte
10-des devoirs
11-un tableau
12-un sac à dos
13-un pupitre
14-un(e) élève
15-un prof
16-un dictionaire
17-une calculatrice
18-un bureau
19-un portable
20-un ordinateur

IV. School Subjects
1-Math
2-Science
3-English
4-Art
5-French
6-History
7-Music
8-Spanish
9-Physical Education
10-Drama
11-CTE
12-Choir

IV. Les Matières
1-les maths
2-les sciences
3-l’anglais
4-l’art
5-le français
6-l’histoire
7-la musique
8-l’espagnol
9-E.P.S. (éducation physique et sportive)
10-le théâtre
11-la technologie
12-la chorale

V. School Activities
1- Dance
2-Assembly
3-Flex
4-Lunch
5-Clubs
6-Sports
7-Student Council
8-Games
9-Free Time
10-Movies

V. Les Activités
1- un bal
2-l’assemblée (f.)
3-la récré
4-le déjeuner
5-les clubs
6-les sports
7-le gouvernement scolaire
8-les jeux
9-la récré
10-le cinéma

VI. Telling Time
1-What time is it?
2-It is ________ o’clock
3-At what time?
4-At _______ o’clock
5-quarter past
6-half past
7-quarter till
8-noon
9-midnight
10-in the morning
11-in the afternoon
12-in the evening

VI. l’Heure
1-Quelle heure est-il?
2-Il est _______ heure(s).
3-À quelle heure est_____.
4- _______ est à _______ heure(s).
5-et quart
6-et demie
7-moins le quart
8-il est midi
9-il est minuit
10-du matin
11-de l'après-midi
12-du soir

VII. Ordinal Numbers
1-first
2-second
3-third
4-fourth
5-fifth

VII. Les Nombres Ordinaux
1-premier
2-deuxième
3-troisième
4-quatrième
5-cinquième

VIII. Colors
1-Red
2-Yellow
3-Blue
4-Orange
5-Green
6-Purple
7-Black
8-Brown
9-Pink
10-Gray
11-White
12-Light
13-Dark
14-Silver
15-Gold

VIII. Les Couleurs
1-rouge
2-jaune
3-bleu
4-orange*
5-vert
6-violet(te)
7-noir
8-marron*
9-rose
10-gris
11-blanc(he)
12-clair
13-foncé
14-argent
15-or

IX. Definite Articles
1-The (masc. sing.)
2-The (fem. sing.)
3-The (plural)
4-The (masc. / fem. + vowel)

IX. Les Articles Définis
1-le
2-la
3-les
4-l’

X. Indefinite Articles
1-A or one (masc.)
2-A or one (fem.)
3-Some

X. Les Articles Indéfinis
1-un
2-une
3-des

XI. Useful Expressions
1-It is
2-It is not
3-There is
4-There is not
5-I have a question
6-I don’t know him/her
7-Repeat please
8-Talk slower
9-Wait
10-Can I borrow (a pencil)?
11-Where is my seat?
12-I don’t have a partner
13-Help me
14-I don’t understand
15-I need to move around
16-Please
17-Thank you (very much)
18-You're welcome
19-Bless you
20-Excuse me
21-I'm sorry
22-It's my pleasure
23-Don't mention it

XI. Les Expressions Utiles
1-c’est
2-ce n’est pas
3-il y a
4-il n’y a pas
5-J’ai une question
6-Je ne le/la connais pas
7-Répétez s’il vous plait.
8-Parlez plus lentement
9-Attendez
10-Je peux prêter (un crayon)?
11-Où est ma place?
12-Je n’ai pas de partenaire.
13-Aidez-moi ou Au secours
14-Je ne comprends pas
15-J’ai besoin de bouger
16-S’il vous (te) plaît
17-Merci (beaucoup)
18-De rien
19-À tes (vos) souhaits!
20-Excusez-moi (Pardonnez-moi)
21-Je suis désolé(e)
22-Je vous (t’) en prie
23-Il n’y a pas de quoi

XII. Adjectives
1-easy
2-difficult
3-interesting
4-boring
5-fun
6-useful
7-cool

XII. Adjectifs
1-facile
2-difficile
3-intéressant
4-barbant
5-amusant
6-utile
7-fantastique

Return to top

Practice - On va pratiquer!

conversation listening reading presentation writing

Conversations | Listening | Reading | Presenting | Writing

Select a topic for practice based on what you are studying in class or need help on.

 

Here is where you will find your homework for class. Be sure to follow your syllabus and homework sheet and keep up on the work that has been assigned. You will be studying vocabulary with quizlet, you will also need to complete these assignments and practices (other tab) on the date they are due.

 

homework tracking sheet

Link to Homework Sheet

Canvas

Link to Canvas - to submit your work!

Canvas Join Code: 3HBMML or follow url: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/3HBMML

 

Listening

Polite Words - La Politesse

PRACTICE 1:

Listen to the following scenarios and see if you can identify all of the polite words or phrases that they use.

Being Polite

Being polite is important. (La politesse) means politeness and you can begin now to use nice expressions while speaking French.

Anglais

Français

Please

S'il vous plaît
S'il te plaît

Thank you

merci

Thank you very much

merci beaucoup

You're welcome

de rien

Don't mention it

il n'y a pas de quoi

Pardon me

Pardon-moi
Excusez-moi

I'm sorry

Désolé(e)
Je regrette

Bless you

À vos souhaits
À tes souhaits

http://french.about.com/od/vocabulary/a/politeness.htm

 

School Subjects

PRACTICE 2:

Understanding school subjects: Listen as Raoul describes his "Emploi du Temps" and try to fill in the missing blanks.

 

Allô. Bonjour. Je m'appelle Raoul et j'ai douze ans et je vais très bien aujourd'hui. Maintenant, je vais vous parler de mon emploi du temps. Je commence avec . De 8h à 9h, j'ai . Et puis après ça, j'ai avec M. Martin. C'est de 9h30 à 10h45. Et puis, pendant la récré, euh, je parle avec mes amis avant d'aller à mon cours d'espagnol. , c'est très cool. Après l'espagnol lundi, de 1h à 1h13, j'ai avec M. Delacroix. Et c'est très intéressant l'histoire. De 2h à 3h de l'après-midi, j'ai . Et puis, je finis la journée de 4h à 5h lundi avec avec Mme. Courtoise. Elle est très stricte. Bon, eh puis, voilà c'est lundi. Maintenant, je vous explique ma routine pour . Le matin, j'ai et la physique. L'après-midi, de 11h à midi, j'ai . Eh c'est super l'art. J'aime bien dessiner et faire de la sculpture. Après l'art mardi, j'ai . C'est difficile. Enfin, de 2h à 3h mardi, j'ai et c'est très chouette la biologie. Après ça, j'ai . Bon, voilà, c'est ma routine. J'espère que vous allez bien aussi. Au revoir!

Return to top

Classroom Objects

Listening as Mr. Rocque says the following classroom objects. Write the objects correctly with the article (le, la, les, l' or un, une, des)

 

Return to top

Les Achats des Fournitures Scolaires

Name some of the objects that she discusses in the video.

Colors Listening

Listen as Mr. Rocque says the colors. Practice saying them out loud in French as well.

Roue De Couleur

Return to top

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

Class schedules - L'emploi du temps

PRACTICE 3:

To talk about your class schedule, you need to be able to combine several things:

  1. The verb "avoir" to say which classes you have.
  2. School vocabulary
  3. Saying at what time you have a particular class (à 8h45).
  4. Or saying from when to when you have a class (de 8h50 à 9h14).

Regardez l'emploi du temps et complétez les blancs dans le texte.

08h30

09h30

10h30

10h45

l'anglais

la physique

la récréation

l'histoire-géo

11h45

12h45

14h15

15h15

16h15

l'éducation physique

le déjeuner

le français

l'espagnol

les maths

 

Lundi, c'est dur! Je commence à 08h30 avec . Après ça, j'ai un cours de ce que je n'aime pas du tout. La dure 15 minutes et j'aime bien discuter avec mes copains. À 10h45, j'ai , c'est ma matière préférée, et ensuite il y a dans le gymnase. Je suis demi-pensionnaire, donc pendant le je vais au self pour chercher quelque chose à manger. L'après-midi commence avec , et à 15h15 j'ai dans la laboratoire de langues. Mon dernier cours le lundi est et enfin à 17h15 je rentre chez moi. Mais il ne faut pas oublier les devoirs!

Return to top

L'école en France

French Education

  • Les heures de l'école: 8h - 12h 14h - 17h00
  • Mercredi ou Jeudi: après-midi libre
  • Samedi: 8h-11h

Quelles sont les similarités et différences entre l'école en France et l'école aux États-Unis?

Write an answer to this question or discuss it in French with a classmate.

Return to top

 

 

 

Writing

PRACTICE 4:

You have already done several activities to practice your writing. So here are some additional things that can be useful to understand at this point. Also, look at the section on articles in the grammar portion of the website. It is a very complex, but important part of the French language.

The verb être (to be)

The verb être is an irregular verb in the present tense. Watch the video below and listen carefully to its forms in the present. Do you hear the liaison or linking in the pronunciation of the -s in the vous form? It is pronounced as a /z/ to link with the vowel ê in êtes.

être to be

je suis

I am

nous sommes

we are

*tu es

you are

vous êtes

you are

il/elle/on est

he/she/one is

ils/elles sont

they are

Taking this one step further, if we add the preposition "de" that means "from" to the end of the verb, we can talk about where people are from.

Tu es de Nice? Are you from Nice?
Je suis de Paris. I'm from Paris.
Vous êtes de Marseilles? Are you from Strasbourg?
Je ne suis pas d'Afrique. I am not from Africa.

Getting ready for the "Rentrée"

What will you need to buy to get ready for school? Think back and practice making a list that you would give to a parent so you will be ready. *Remember if you need more than one of something to make the thing plural. Also remember to write your words with their articles (un or une) or a number (trois). Be as specific as possible, even adding colors or brands if you have a favorite.

Les Essentiels pour l'école.

 

Return to top

 

 

 

 

Communication

Likes & Dislikes + Noun and Verb

PRACTICE 5:

The key verbs here are adorer ('to love'), aimer ('to like'), préférer ('to prefer') and detester ('to hate').When expressing your likes and dislikes you will also be using the ne pas construction ('not').

j'adore le football
j'aime jouer au golf
j'aime le riz mais je préfère les pâtes
je n'aime pas le temps anglais
je déteste danser

Notice how you can use a noun (like le football) or a verb infinitive (like jouer) after the first verb aimer, détester etc. If it is a noun you use be sure to include the word for 'the', e.g. le football not just football.

The vocabulary you will most likely need when talking about things you love, like, dislike or hate are school subjects, sports and leisure activities, and food and drink.

Expanding:

In French, you can easily add richness to your sentences by adding some key conneting words such as parce que (because), mais (but), ou (or), and et (and). As you learn, push yourself to always include more content.

j'adore l'anglais parce que c'est intérressant
j'aime les maths parce que le prof est formidable
j'aime l'anglais, mais je préfère la biologie
je n'aime pas la technologie parce que c'est ennuyeux
je déteste le dessin parce que c'est nul

Options

When given an option, the question changes slightly:

Est-ce que tu préfères les maths ou l'anglais?

Notice the use of the word "ou" which means "or". To answer, use the same format as above. Feel free to expand or just keep it simple.

Moi, je préfère l'anglais.

Return to top



 


Speaking

PRACTICE 6:

For the objective you will need to put together a collage of images that reflect people, places, and things that are French. You will then present that to the class. Here is an example of what that will look like. Below is the collage, followed by the script. Use this as a model as you create your own presentation.

French Collage

Script:

 

Return to top


Assignments

Les Devoirs!

Here is where you will find your homework for class. Be sure to follow your syllabus and homework sheet and keep up on the work that has been assigned. You will be studying vocabulary with quizlet, you will also need to complete these assignments and practices (other tab) on the date they are due.

 

homework tracking sheet

Link to Homework Sheet

Canvas

Link to Canvas - to submit your work!

Canvas Join Code: 3HBMML or follow url: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/3HBMML

 

Assignment 1: Une horloge - My French Clock. To help practice time, do this craft. Take a paper plate, make some handles out of black construction paper, and attach them with a paper fastener. Then label the clock to remind you how to say the different times. After you have made your clock, teach a friend or family member how to tell time in French. For extra fun, try doing 24 hour time.

Click on the image to see a larger version of the picture to use as a model.

Horloge

 

Assignment 2: La Rentrée: French and American students have about the same number of days of summer vacation before returning to school. In France, however, summer vacation usually begins at the end of June and they don't go back to school until early September. See if you can learn some more about French school online.

Write about the differences and similarities of school in France and America. Describe what you feel are advantages and inconveniences of either system. This should be half a page in English.

 

Assignment 3: Write out your "emploi du temps" for both an A day and B day. Include classes, times, teachers.

Heure

Jour A

Prof

Jour B

Prof

8h15 (à huit heures quinze)

le français

M. Rocque

l'anglais

M. Rich

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

 

Assignment 4: Now it's your turn to practice writing the verb to be. Click on the link. Scroll to the Fill in the blank activity. Answer the questions with the correct form of the verb to be. Try not to look. Do both the fill in the blank as well as the listening comprehension activity. When you are finished, say the sentences out loud to your partner. Now watch the "to be" song and see if you can memorize it.

Open To Be Video

X

Le Verbe "Ętre"

 

Assignment 5: C'est quoi ta matière préférée? Have a conversation with your friends about this topic. Practice your different subjects. Then teach this question to a friend or family member and show them how to say the various subjects in French.

 

Roue des CouleursAssignment 6: Fabriquer une roue des couleurs. This is a fun craft to do at home, using either watercolors (les aquarelles), colored pencils (les crayons de couleurs) or tube paint (des peintures en tube). You will need a piece of white cardstock (du carton blanc), a brush (un pinceau), a pencil (un crayon), and perhaps a compass (un compas) to draw the perfect circle.

Begin by drawing the outer circle, which you will separate into three equal sections. Then draw the inner circle and write the title and your name. Then separate and draw lines for each of the three sections so you have 12 total sections.

Now you will color in the sections. You will start with the 3 primary colors (les 3 couleurs primaires), which are rouge, jaune et bleu. Choose one to start with, say yellow. Then add some blue, then some more blue, then some more, until you reach the blue square. Then begin adding a drop of red, then more, until you get to the red only section. Now go back to just yellow, add the red and move around the circle counter-clockwise, from red to red orange. Now you can label the outside of the wheel with the color names in French.

Jaune, jaune-vert, vert, bleu-vert, bleu, ...

 

Assignment 7: Articles & gender. One of the most troubling thing is learning how to distinguish between masculine and femine nouns in French. The more you practice and read on the subject, the better you will become. It is also important to learn new words with their article. Begin by looking at this site: http://www.targetlanguage.co.uk/level1.html. Make a list of 5 masculine and 5 feminine words. Do you notice any patterns? How do the French make words plural?

Now, go to the following website to practice articles.

  1. http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/no1.html
  2. http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/no2.html
  3. http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/no3.html

Assignment 8: France - read the article about France for more information and answer questions and learn about an important French person who has contributed to our society because of the education they have received. Handout on France and Powerpoint on France.Calendrier

Assignment 9: Mon Calendrier Français. For this activity, you will create a 12 month calendar for yourself. You will draw or paste pictures above each calendar month, write the month, the days of the week for each month, and then write the dates for various French and U.S. holidays, and then add any other dates you want (you and your family's and friend's birthdays for instance).

Here is a list of the major French holidays you might want to add for 2014-2015:

  • le 31 oct - Halloween
  • le 1 nov - Toussaint
  • le 11 nov - Armistice
  • le 26 nov - Action de Grâce
  • le 25 déc - Noël
  • le 1 jan - Jour de l'An
  • le 6 jan - Épiphanie
  • le 2 fév - Chandeleur
  • le 17 fév- Mardi gras
  • le 14 fév - Saint Valentin
  • le 17 mars - Saint Patrick
  • le 1 avril - Poisson d'Avril
  • le 5 avril - Pâques
  • le 1 mai - Fête du Travail
  • le 25 mai - Fête des Mères
  • le 15 juin - Fête des Pères
  • le 14 juillet - Fête Nationale

Assignment 10: UNIT EXAM REVIEW - Complete the review packet prior to taking the Unit 1 Exam. It is also a good idea to review all of the vocabulary and your notes.pdf Here is the French 1 Unit 2 study guide to download.

Links

Les Sites-Web

Here are several additional websites that will allow you to look up additional content and information about the topic. When you finish your assignments or practice for the day, and wish to advance your French, check them out.

Objectives

UNIT 2 – Living la Vida Lakeridge

Students will share their school experiences, talk about their classes and teachers, and discuss what they need to get ready for school. They will compare and contrast their experiences with those of other cultures and countries. Students will also learn to describe a school day.
standards
LEARNING INDICATORS

  • NL.IC.2 – I can introduce myself to someone.
  • NL.IC.3 – I can answer a few simple questions.
  • NM.IL.1 – I can understand a few courtesy phrases.
  • NL.IR.2 – I can connect some words, phrases, or characters to their meanings.
  • NL.PS.1 – I can recite words and phrases that I have learned.
  • NL.PS.2 – I can state the names of familiar people, places, and objects in pictures and posters using words or memorized phrases.
  • NL.PS.3 – I can introduce myself to a group.
  • NL.PW.2 – I can write words and phrases that I have learned.
  • NL.PW.3 – I can label familiar people, places, and objects in pictures.
  • N.CPP.1 – I can identify some common products related to home and community life of other cultures and my own.
  • N.CPP.2 – I can identify some common practices related to home and community life of other cultures and my own.
  • N.CIA.1 – I can imitate some simple patterns of behavior in familiar settings across cultures.

GRAMMATICAL FORMS

  • Construction of Time and Dates
  • Asking a Basic Question of Preference
  • Use of Appropriate Definite Articles by Gender
  • Understand How to Make an Object Plural
  • Agreement between an Object and Color
  • Placement of Colors, Word Order