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Unit 1 Syllabus

Here is the syllabus for unit 1.pdf

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Plan du Jour


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  • I can name various clothing items.
  • I can count from 0-1000 in French and say the cost of something.
  • I can ask how much something costs.

(1) Review classroom rules and procedures. Practice basic introductions. Practice conversations. Classroom procedures.

CULTURE: Studying a language:


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  • I can say the correct sizes of clothes I wear.
  • I can describe the color of various clothing.
  • I can describe the physical appearance of myself and others.

(2) Work on understanding personality and physical descriptions. Talking about what we do in our free-time. Adjective rules.

CULTURE: Père Castor:

rules quiz

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  • I can describe patterns and styles of clothing I wear.
  • I can discuss my preferences for different styles.
  • I can use demonstrative adjectives correctly.

(3) Compare present and past descriptions. Discuss likes/dislikes. Describing personalities. Reading about school. Clothing vocabulary.
CULTURE : Shopping in France : Reading

Clothing Vocabulary

Numbers quiz


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  • I can explain why I like or don’t like certain clothes on me.
  • I can purchase clothing at a store.
  • I can use interrogative adjectives correctly.

(4) Review present and past. Review basic body parts. Reading & listening practice about descriptions. Review clothing, what we wear, and describing clothes.

CULTURE: The Health of Models:

Listening quiz

Physical Description Vocabulary

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  • I can describe the clothing I would wear for different seasons, activities, or events.
  • I can say why I like what other people wear.

(5) Listening practice. Review body parts. Compare past & present. Describing famous people, personality, physical, clothes.

CULTURE: French Fashion and Global Style: (Start at 15:00)

Demonstrative & Interrogative adj. quiz

Patterns, Payment, Verb Vocabulary

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La Fête du Travail


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  • I can compliment other people about what they are wearing.
  • I can describe the personality of myself and other people.

(6) Famous people. Physical and personality descriptions in present. Asking questions to exchange personal information. Talking about clothes, preference, buying clothes. Patterns, fabrics of clothing.

CULTURE: Story – Online

Reading quiz

Personality Vocabulary

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  • I can explain different places to shop for clothes depending on the culture.
  • I can talk about where I am going to shop.

(7) Discuss describing self in greater detail. Talking about height/weight, sizes. Talk about family. Review clothing dialogues. Giving compliments. Clothing for events/seasons.
CULTURE: Story – Day 2 (Shared Reading)

Père Castor – Chapitre 2

Passport 1 – Describing myself and others

Expressions Vocabulary

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  • I can give a negative opinion about a clothing item or outfit.
  • I can say why I dislike certain clothes on me or others.

(8) Review how to describe others. Asking questions about personality or physical description. Pair/share clothing dialogues. Talk about shops, clothes shopping. Culture of fashion in France.

CULTURE: Père Castor – Chapitre 3

Adjectives & Placement quiz


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  • I can describe what sizes I would wear in France (shoe size, waist size, etc.).
  • I can use various irregular and all irregular verb forms (IR, RE, ER).

(9) Review Me PPT - Discuss final presentation. Review descriptions of self and others. Writing practice.

CULTURE: Passage des Panoramas – Shopping Video (enable CC)

Passport 2 – Shopping for clothes


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Unit One Review, clothing and appearance, personality, the proper use of adjectives, shopping for clothes, giving compliments, sharing opinions about fashion.

Cultural shopping and style presentation

(NM.PS.1-5, N.CPP.1, N.CP.1, N.CP.3)

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Unit 1 Exam. All mastery assignments & quizzes must be done prior to taking the exam.

1st draft – Writing on Family and friend pen pal letter



Unit 1 Vocabulary pdf

Questions | Answers | Forms of Payment | Verbs | Clothing | Patterns, Fabrics | Personality Characteristics | Physical Description | Expressions

I. Personal Questions
1- How is it going?
2-How do you feel?
3-How tall are you?
4-What size are you?
5-Do you wear glasses?
6-How much is that?
7-Can I help you?
8-How does it look?
9-How will you pay?
10-Describe yourself

I. Questions Personnelles
1- Comment allez-vous?
2-Comment tu te sens?
3-Combien mesurez-vous?
4-Quelle est votre taille ?
5-Est-ce que tu portes des lunettes?
6-Combien ça coûte?
7-Puis-je vous aider?
8-Ça (me) va?
9-Comment allez-vous payer?
10-Décris-toi (Décrivez-vous!)

II. Personal Answers
1-I am going…
2-I feel…
3-I measure…
4-I wear size…
5-No, I wear contacts.
6-It costs…
7-I’m looking for…
8-It looks very good.
9-I will pay with…
10-I am… I have…

II. Réponses Personnelles
1-Je vais…
2-Je me sens…
3-Je mesure… mètre…
4-Je porte une taille…
5-Non, je porte des verres de contacts.
6-Ça coûte…
7-Je cherche…
8-Ça te (vous) va très bien.
9-Je vais payer avec…
10-Je suis… ou J’ai…

III. Forms of Payment
3-credit card

III. Formes de Paiement
1-du liquide
2-un chèque
3-une carte de crédit (bancaire)

IV. Verbs
1-to buy
2-to sell
3-to shop
4-to put on
5-to try on
6-to wear
7-to take off

IV. Verbes
3-faire les magasins

V. Clothing
1-a hat
2-a shirt
3-a t-shirt
4-a tie
5-a scarf
6-a necklace
7-the pants
8-the shoes
9-the socks
10-a wrist watch
11-the (sun) glasses
12-a baseball cap
13-a suit
15-a jacket
16-a necklace
17-a coat or ski coat
18-a sweater
19-a sweatshirt
20-boots, tennis shoes
21-a dress
22-a skirt
23-a suit
24-the shorts
25-the sandals
26-a ring
27-the gloves
28-a belt
30-bathing suit

V. Vêtements
1-un chapeau
2-une chemise
3-un t-shirt
4-une cravate
5-une écharpe
6-un collier
7-un pantalon
8-des chaussures
9-des chaussettes
10-une montre
11-des lunettes (de soleil)
12-une casquette
13-un costume
14-des boucles d’oreilles
15-une veste, un blouson
16-un collier
17-un manteau, un anorak
18-un pull
19-un sweatshirt
20-des bottes, des tennis
21-une robe
22-une jupe
23-un costume
24-les shorts
25-les sandales
26-une bague
27-les gants
28-une ceinture
29-les sous-vêtements
30-un maillot de bain

VI. Patterns, Fabrics

VI. Motifs, Tissus
2-à rayures (rayé)
3-à (petits) pois
4-à carreaux
5-en coton
6-en laine
7-en polyester
8-en soie
9-en cuir

VII. Personality Characteristics
9-annoying / boring
10-mad /crazy
17-unhappy / unfortunate / unlucky
24-wise, well-behaved

VII. La Description Morale
1-actif (active)
9-ennuyeux (-euse)
10-fou (folle)
11-généreux (généreuse)
17-malheureux (-euse)
20-parasseux (-euse)
25-sérieux (-euse)
26-sportif (sportive)
27-strict(e) ou sévère

VIII. Physical Description
12-shoulder length
15-beautiful / handsome

VIII. La Description Physique
1-la barbe
2-une moustache
3-la tache de rousseur
4-les cheveux
6-les yeux
9-en brosse
14-âgé (e)
15-beau (belle)
16-de taille moyenne
18-fort (e)
19-grand (e)
20-gros (e)
22-joli (e)
23-laid (e)
25-mignon (-ne)
27-musclé (e)

IX. Expressions
1-I was
2-I had
3-He/she was
4-He/she had
5-a little
6-don’t or not
10-physical description
12-which one 
13-this one, these ones
14-here, there

IX. Les Expressions
3-Il ou Elle était
4-Il ou Elle avait
5-un peu
6-ne (verbe) pas
9-la coiffure
10-le portrait physique
11-le portrait moral
12-lequel, laquelle
13-celui, celle, ceux
14-ci, là

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


Link to Canvas - to submit your work!

Canvas Join Code:P68JCE or follow url:





In class we will be working on reading descriptions and then you will need to work on understanding and answering questions about the desriptions.

Read the following descriptions and answer the questions that follow.

Physical Description

1. Describe the person's hair in English? Be as detailed as possible.

Physical Description

2. Describe the person's physique?

Click here for more description practice.

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Clothing Dialogue


Listen to the following conversation, then answer the questions that follow.

VENDEUR: Bonjour, monsieur. Vous cherchez quelque chose en particulier ?
CLIENT : Bonjour ! Oui… Je cherche une chemise.
VENDEUR : Est-ce qu’elle est pour vous ?
VENDEUR : Suivez-moi, monsieur. Par ici. Voilà la section de chemises. Regardez. Celle-ci est magnifique !
CLIENT : Oui, elle n’est pas mal… mais je n’aime pas trop la couleur. Est-ce que vous avez des couleurs plus foncées ?
VENDEUR : Nous avons cette chemise noire…
CLIENT : Oh oui ! J’aime bien le dessin. Est-ce que je peux l’essayer ?
VENDEUR : Bien sûr ! Les cabines d’essayage sont là. 
CLIENT : Merci !
VENDEUR : Elle vous plaît ?
CLIENT : Non… Je crois qu’elle est trop longue. J’ai une taille 38.
VENDEUR : Celle-ci, peut-être ? Elle est plus petite.
CLIENT : Oh non… Celle-ci est trop étroite. Est-ce que vous auriez un autre modèle à me proposer ?
VENDEUR : Qu’est-ce que vous dites de celle-ci ? C’est une chemise en coton de la plus haute qualité.
CLIENT : Oh ! Elle est très jolie… !
VENDEUR : La couleur va avec vos yeux.
CLIENT : Elle est parfaite. Je la prends.
VENDEUR : Vous désirez une autre chose ?
CLIENT : Non, merci.
VENDEUR : La caisse est juste ici.
CLIENT : Combien ça fait ?
VENDEUR : Alors ça fait 40 euros, s’il vous plaît.
CLIENT : (Ouf, c’est cher… !) Est-ce que vous prenez la carte ?
VENDEUR : Malheureusement non…. On prend seulement les espèces.
CLIENT : Je vais voir si j’en ai assez… Oui. Voilà.
VENDEUR : C’est parfait ! Voilà votre reçu. Est-ce que vous voulez un sac ?
CLIENT : Oui, merci. Au revoir !



  1. What is the person looking to buy?  
  2. What does the person not like?  
  3. What do they like on the darker item?  
  4. Does the first item fit?  
  5. Does the client buy the item?  
  6. What problem does he encounter when checking out?  

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Fashion Faux Pas de Lady Gaga


Lady Gage made some really poor fashion choices this week and other really good ones. Read the faux pas and answer the questions that follow about what she was wearing and what the fasionistas think of it.

Lundi: Lady Gaga a été aperçue a l’aéroport de Roissy. Elle portait un pantalon noir troué un petit haut blanc et une veste noire horrible. Aussi, elle portait des chaussures noires qui n'étaient pas trop mal.

Mardi: Ce jour-la, elle a été vue portant un pantalon noir assez à la mode et une veste jaune très bizarre. Ce n’était pas mal mais c’était un peu moche.

Mercredi: Elle était aux MTV Music Awards a Belfast. C’était une catastrophe. Elle portait un pantalon noir assez large avec un tee-shirt blanc qui était très sale. Aussi, elle portait une veste noire assez chic mais trop grande pour elle.

Jeudi: Elle était a New York pour signer des disques chez Barney’s. Elle était très branchée. Elle portait une robe rouge (en viande !) avec un chapeau, un sac et des chaussures assortis. C’était très chic !

Vendredi: En sortant de son studio de danse, elle portait une robe rayée noire et jaune, assez démodée avec des lunettes de soleil noires. C’était horrible!

Samedi: Elle est allée dans un nightclub de Paris avec ses     copines. Elle  portait une longue robe noire avec  un chapeau noir aussi. C’était assez  classique.

Les Questions


Qu'est-ce qu'elle portait?

Comment c'était?








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You will write a description of people and things, discuss their likes and dislikes, and preferences.

Describing self, family, and things. La description physique et morale.

Hair descriptions:
Wavy - J'ai les cheveux ondulés
Curly – J'ai les cheveux bouclés ou frisés
Long – J'ai les cheveux longs
Short – J'ai les cheveux courts
Straight – J'ai les cheveux lisses ou raides

How to talk about hair color:
J’ai les cheveux noirs.
Other colors:
bruns ou châtains

pdfHere is a link to a handout useful for describing yourself and others.

How to talk about eye color:
J’ai les yeux bleus.
Eye colors:
brown - marron
blue – bleus
green – verts
gray – gris
hazel – noisettes
light – clairs
dark - foncés

Using être :
Je suis _______ brun(e),blond(e),roux(sse).
Je suis _______ grand(e),petit(e), sympa.
Je suis chauve (I am bald).

Using avoir :
J'ai une (des) tache(s) de rousseur.
J'ai des fossettes. J'ai une moustache, barbe, etc.

Other verbs :
Je porte des lunettes, des bagues, etc.

*Note: when talking about others, just use the other forms of the verbs avoir and être. Par exemple: Il ou Elle a les cheveux longs. Il ou elle est grand(e).

Votre Prof

Now listen as Mr. Rocque talks about himself. Use this example as a way to improve your own.


1. Your name - Je m'appelle...
2. Your age - J'ai # ans (We use to have, not to be)
3. Your nationality - Je suis américain(e) et je suis d'Utah.
4. Your likes - J'aime faire, jouer, chanter, ...
5. Your dislikes - Je n'aime pas regarder, lire, aller, ...
6. Your physic al description - Je suis (grand, fort, brun, ...) J'ai (les yeux bleus, les cheveux blonds, la tête ronde, les jambes musclés, ....)
7. Your personality - Je suis intelligent(e), courageux (euse), timide, ...
8. A friend's or family member's physical description - Il ou Elle est .... / Il ou elle a ...
9. A friend's or family member's personality - Il ou Elle est ...
10. Your teachers and classes at school - Mon professeur d'anglais s'appelle..., Il est..., Il a..., Il enseigne..., Il aime..., Il n'aime pas...
11. Your phone, address, and email - Mon numéro de téléphone est..., Mon adresse est..., Mon e-mail est...
12. Your clothing: remember that you need to put adjectives after the clothing items and make them agree in gender and number. If you describe shoes (fem. pl.) then all adjectives will be ES, etc. You can use mettre or porter to say what you are wearing.
13. To switch to talking about others, just switch your subject and change the verb. Il/elle porte... or Il/elle met...

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Your Personal Description


In order to correctly write, you need to practice. How would you give the following information in French?

Your name
Your age
Your nationality
Your likes
Your dislikes
Your physical description
Your personality
A friend's or family member's physical description
A friend's or family member's personality
Your teachers and classes at school
Your phone, address, and email
Your clothing
A family member or friend's clothing

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You will have to do two different conversations in this unit to review. Please read the following for practice and then I suggest you create dialogues of your own to review and practice this material.

Conversation 1 - Describing yourself and your family.

Marc: Je m'appelle Marc. Et toi?
Isabelle: Moi, je m'appelle Isabelle.
Marc: Comment est ta famille?
Isabelle: Bon, j'ai une petite famille. J'ai un frère seulement. Il s'appelle Stephan. Il a onze ans. Il est assez gentil, mais parfois il dispute avec moi. Il est petit et aimable. Il a les yeux verts et les cheveux blonds et courts. Il aime jouer aux jeux-vidéos, surtout le Wii. Quand il ne fait pas ça, il est dans le jardin ou avec ses amis dans le quartier. Ils aiment jouer au foot. Comment es-tu Marc?
Marc: Eh bien, moi, j'ai treize ans. Je suis très actif. J'ai les yeux marron et les cheveux longs, bouclés et bruns. Je suis assez mince, mais c'est parce que je fais souvent du jogging. Je n'ai ni frères ni soeurs. Je suis fils unique. J'habite dans un joli quartier près des montagnes. Ma maison est petite, mais très confortable.
Isabelle: Il me semble que tu as l'air très gentil. Je suis contente de faire ta connaissance.
Marc: Moi aussi.

Notice: In this conversation you really ask only one question, but it is good to ask others as well to follow up or to encourage your partner to give you more information. Practice giving the information you would need as well as asking some of the questions here.

1-Comment est (nom)?
2-Comment s’appelle-t-il/elle?
3-Quel âge a-t-il/elle?
4-Quelle est sa nationalité?
5-D’où est-il/elle?
6-C’est quand son anniversaire?
7-Quel est son numéro de téléphone ?
8-Qu’est-ce qu’il/elle aime?
9-Où est-ce qu’il/elle habite ?
10-Qu’est-ce qu’il/elle n’aime pas?
11-Qu’est-ce qu’il/elle fait pour s’amuser ?

Two ways of getting into the topic would be to say: Comment est ta famille or Parle de ta famille.

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Conversation 2 - Exchanging personal information.


Pauline: Salut Thomas, ça va?
Thomas: Ah, moi, je vais plus ou moins bien. Et toi?
Pauline: Bien, merci. Écoute, je voulais t'inviter chez moi ce week-end pour célébrer mon anniversaire. Tu peux me dire ton numéro de téléphone ou ton mail?
Thomas: Absolument, je suis très content que tu voulais m'inviter. Mon numéro de téléphone est 62-02-83 et mon e-mail est
Pauline: Alors, je t'envois les infos, mais si tu ne les reçois pas, donne-moi un coup de téléphone d'accord! Mon mobile est 04-93-27.
Thomas: Parfait, merci. Est-ce que tu aimais l'école aujourd'hui?
Pauline : Pas vraiment. J'avais un examen en anglais. Le prof est super stricte. Je déteste ça. Mais, heureusement Jean s'assied à côté de moi et nous avons rigolé pendant le cours. Sinon, je m'ennuyerais complètement. Tu avais quoi aujoud'hui?
Thomas: Moi, j'avais les maths et géo. C'était bien. J'ai maths avec Matthieu et Frédéric. Ils sont tellement drôles. Le prof est super stricte aussi. On n'a pas d'examen dans son cours, seulement beaucoup de devoirs, mais ils sont assez faciles.
Pauline: Tu as de la chance. Heureusement c'est presque le week-end!
Thomas: Oui et c'est ton anniversaire. On va s'amuser parfaitement hein?. Alors, à ce week-end!
Pauline: Oui, salut.

In this conversation they discussed several topics. You should be able to ask about someone's name, age, nationality, their friends, their classes, or family, their likes and dislikes. You could even plan to get together sometime and do something.

Practice asking these questions and figure out how you would answer them in French.

1- Comment ça va?
2-Quel âge as-tu?
3-Tu es de quelle nationalité?
4-D’où viens-tu?
5-Comment t’appelles-tu?
6-C ‘est quand ton anniversaire?
7-Quel est votre numéro de téléphone ?
8-Ça s’écrit comment?
9-Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire pendant ton temps libre?
10-Qu’est-ce que tu n’aimes pas faire?
11-Que fais-tu pendant ton temps libre?
12-Que penses-tu de l'école?

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Presentational Speaking


For this unit you will create a ME powerpoint. This power point will need to include all of the following information:

Name, age, where from, phone, address, email, physical appearance, personality, your likes & dislikes, and information about your family, friends, and school.

Download the following power point to use as an example.

me powerpointDownload me power point example

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Using the correct verb: avoir ou être.


The verb "avoir" means "to have" and "être" means "to be". In French there are certain cases where you will use avoir instead of être. Here are some examples:

J'ai 30 ans. Literally I have 30 years. In other words, I am 30.

J'ai soif. Literally I have thirst. In other words, I am thirsty.

J'ai froid/chaud. Literally I have cold/hot. In other words, I am cold or hot.

J'ai raison/tort. Literally I have reason/fault. In other words, I am right or wrong.

To describe your hair or eye color you will most likely use avoir:

J'ai les cheveux longs et blonds et les yeux bleu-clairs. I have long blonde hair and light-blue eyes.

However, you can use être as well:

Mes cheveux sont longs et blonds et mes yeux sont bleu-clairs. My hairs are long and blonde and my eyes are light-blue.

Note: you have to use the possessives (my) and the plural form (are) if you do it this way.

You can also use être to say you are blonde, brunette, or a red-head.

Je suis blond(e), brun(e), ou roux(rousse).



Je suis
Tu es
Il / Elle est
Nous sommes
Vous Ètes
Ils / Elles sont


J’ ai
Tu as
Il / Elle a
Nous avons
Vous avez
Ils / Elles ont

Here is a great online practice for you to see if you understand which verb to use when.

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Listening about School


school pictureHere is a great school article that would give you an idea what it would be like to go to school in France.

Here is an important link to school information. Here you can practice reading and listening comprehension.

Present or Past Listening

As part of the listening quiz, you need to be able to tell if the descriptions are in the present tense or the past tense. Two strategies for this are 1) Listen to the verb endings, and 2) Listen for expressions.

Here are some past tense expressions:

  • Avant-hier
  • Hier (soir / matin / après-midi)
  • L'année passée / L'année dernière
  • L'été / L'hiver passé
  • Une fois
  • L'autre jour
  • Le mois passé
  • La semaine dernière
  • Un jour
  • Autrefois
  • En ce temps là
  • Dans le passé
  • The day before yesterday
  • Yesterday (evening / morning / afternoon)
  • Last year
  • Last summer / winter
  • One time
  • The other day
  • Last month
  • Last week
  • One day
  • Formerly
  • At that time
  • In the past


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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


Link to Canvas - to submit your work!

Canvas Join Code:P68JCE or follow url:



Assignment 1:Describe yourself: learning about adjectives. You need to follow the link to get to the activity on adjectives. Once there, complete the various tasks. In task 1 you will need to type the female descriptions instead of the male. In task 2, you will find the opposite adjectives (for instance stingy is the opposite of generous). Feel free to use a dictionary like wordreference for this. Task 3 requires you to pick an adjective to describe something and make it agree. Task 4 is opposites again (Hint: the opposite of sombre is claire - light). Write your answers down and bring to class or email me your answers. Be sure to include your name and period.

Assignment 2: Listening comprehension practice. Go to the Cortland website and find the A vous section. Listen to only the first FOUR videos and answer the questions. When you finish put get the information and make sure you can answer these types of questions.

Assignment 3: Go to the website and learn about adjectives for different personality types. Create a list of five people you know (friends or family) and come up with four words that describe their personality.

Assignment 4: Complete the online form found here to find out what kind of robot you would look like. This is just a fun joke. I hope you enjoy. After you laugh, sign the sheet for credit. Online Robot. For a more serious listening practice, then go to the link and select the people being described aloud.

Guess WhoAssignment 5: Play this version of Guess Who online. Instead of saying everything in English, try to say it all in French. Also, you may need to use Google Chrome and translate the page from Greek into English. If you have guess who, then you can play this with your family as well in French for extra credit. Teach your family the various description words.

Another alternative is to print the guess who character sheets below and play with them at home or using the electronic version.

Guess who sports character sheet pdf

Guess who monster character sheet pdf

Assignment 6: Go to the website and study how to describe yourself. Practice describing yourself, your family, and your friends. Bring in a written description (personality and physique) of you and one other person (friend or family) for credit.

Assignment 7: Celebrities always have amazing hair right? Well go to the LINKS tab and then to the hairstyle website and check out the different celebrity hairstyles or "les coiffures". Learn some of the additional vocabulary to describe the types of styles. Sign this off for credit.

Assignment 8: Review verbs - Go to the LINKS tab and review how to conjugate ER, IR, and RE verbs. Pick 5 verbs from each and write a complete sentence with the verb. For instance, if I choose the verb "avertir-to warn" then I could write something like this: Jill avertit Marc quand il marche sur un serpent. Jill warns Mark when he steps on a snake.

Assignment 9: Watch a Disney or other movie with French Audio and English sub-titles. Write down 20 new words that you learned. Turn in a paper with the name of the film and the list of words with translations.

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 2 Unit 1 study guide to download.


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.

  1. Word Champ
  2. Online Dictionary
  3. French vocabulary games
  4. The verb être:
  5. Regular ER verbs:
  6. Regular IR verbs:
  7. Regular RE verbs:
  8. Passé Composé: Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3, Lesson 4
  9. Talking about the past:
  10. Body, etc. (Follow all links):
  11. Listening & reading practice:
  12. HAIR STYLE - website
  13. Reflexive Verbs and getting ready
  14. Practice clothing with various tasks
  15. Fashion Addicts Website
  16. Elle Magazine
  17. Vogue Magazine


UNIT 1 – The bold and the beautiful!
Students will be able to talk about buying clothes at various shops and malls. They will discuss trends and styles, appearance and what it means. They will practice buying clothes, giving compliments, and finding out the price. They will discuss how style and fashion is a reflection of culture.

  • NM.IC.7 – I can communicate some basic information about my everyday life (repeat).
  • NH.IC.5 – I can interact with others in everyday situations.
  • NM.IL.2 – I can recognize and sometimes understand basic information in words and phrases that I have memorized.
  • NM.IR.2 – I can recognize words, phrases, and characters when I associate them with things I already know.
  • NM.PS.1 – I can present information about myself and others using words and phrases.
  • NM.PS.2 – I can express my likes and dislikes using words, phrases, and memorized expressions .
  • NM.PS.3 – I can present information about familiar items in my immediate environment.
  • NM.PS.4 – I can talk about my daily activities using words, phrases, and memorized expressions.
  • NM.PS.5 – I can present simple information about something I learned using words, phrases, and memorized expressions.
  • NM.PW.2 – I can write about myself using learned phrases and memorized expressions.
  • N.CPP.1 – I can identify some common products related to home and community life of other cultures and my own.
  • N.CP.1 – I can identify some beliefs and values related to age, gender, social class and ethnicity.
  • N.CP.3 – I can identify ways in which cultures are globalized.


  • Demonstrative Adjectives and pronouns.
  • Adjective Agreement with people and things.
  • Pronouns to refer to things.
  • Order and placement of adjectives.
  • Impersonal adjectives.
  • Gender and use of definite and indefinite articles (singular, plural).
  • Numbers Review

Note: Abbreviations are used for learning indicators. For the major level (N) indicates novice, (I) intermediate, and (A) advanced. The sub-levels of low, middle, and high are indicated with the addition of (L, M, and H) respectively. The next grouping indicates the mode of communication: Interpersonal Communication (IC), Interpretive Listening (IL), Interpretive Reading (IR), Presentational Speaking (PS), and Presentational Writing (PW). The number indicates the standard. For the entire Utah Core, please see: or to access the ACTFL can do statements: