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Unit 5 Syllabus

Here is the syllabus for unit 5.pdf

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Objectifs

Plan du Jour

Examens

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  • I can name the places that are in a city.
  • I can name major cities (capitals of countries) in the French-speaking world.
  • I can name places that I see on a map.

(1) Unit 4 Test Review. Review directions. Learn and practice store vocabulary. Look at French cities on google maps, explore, and observe.

CULTURE: New Year’s Resolutions https://goo.gl/lBJ8sT

Stores Vocabulary

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  • I can describe what is close to, far from, near, etc. different places on a map.
  • I can name landmarks and other significant direction items on a map.
  • I can list transportation systems on a map.

(2) Continue to explore and work on map schools. Identify landmarks and transportation, such as metro stops. Learn and practice prepositionso for explaining location.

CULTURE: Belgium, Brussels (https://goo.gl/zpWVuH) & Bruges (https://goo.gl/g6rjrW)

Landmarks Vocabulary

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  • I can give basic directions, such as to the left, right, straight, or coordinates to tell someone where a place is located.
  • I can ask for directions.

(3) Review maps, getting around French cities. Giving directions to stores. Reading about directions. Practice asking for and following basic directions on a map and at school.

CULTURE: French Speaking Africa: https://goo.gl/h4bDBB

Directions Vocabulary

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  • I can give more complex directions to multiple places in a city.
  • I can ask for clarification or restate what someone says.

(4) Review shops. Continue to discuss directions. Learn how to give complex directions. Learn how to ask for clarification or to simplify.

CULTURE: Père Castor – Chapitre 11  http://goo.gl/7GTXvh

Listening quiz

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  • I can describe activities one can do at different places around my town.
  • I can describe activities one can do at different places around a French city.

(5) Practice giving directions to specific locations to buy something or do something. Look at our cities here and in France.

CULTURE: La Ville de Paris https://goo.gl/m9hNCt

Expressions & Sequence Vocabulary

Passport 1 – Giving and following a directions on  a map

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  • I can tell where I want to go and what you can do at various places in a city.
  • I can ask others what they are doing and where they are going.

(6) Review activities and verbs related to the shops and places. Have conversations about what your plans in the city are.

CULTURE: What not to do in France video https://goo.gl/JtM1KH

Reading quiz

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  • I can compare my city to a French city.
  • I can make superlative sentences in French.

(7) Compare your city to other cities. Learn how to form comparatives and superlatives in French. Practice making sentences about cities, themselves, and things.

CULTURE: Monaco, France https://goo.gl/9we6oU

Preposition quiz
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1st Draft – Historical Event Writing

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  • I can use a variety of verbs of motion in the present and future tenses (to go, come, leave).

(8) Review activities. Learn a variety of verbs of motion, and practice conjugating them. Describe a typical weekend in a city.

CULTURE: La Réunion https://goo.gl/WlMZTM

Comparisons and Superlative quiz

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  • I can name advantages and disadvantages of living in a city vs. living in the country.

(9) Review directions, city places, and have conversations about what your favorite things are. Talka bout advantages and disadvantages to city life vs. country life.

CULTURE: Père Castor – Chapitre 12 http://goo.gl/qJ4aPx

Passport 2 – Talking about a city

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Unit Five Review, directions, city, using a map, comparisons, describing a place

French City Presentation

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Unit 5 Exam.All mastery assignments & quizzes must be done prior to taking the exam.

 

Quizlet

Vocabulary

Unit 5 Vocabulary pdf

Questions | Answers | Stores | Expressions | Directions | Landmarks | More Directions | Comparisons | Sequence Words

I. Questions
1-How do I get to the bank please?
2-Where did you go?
3-Can you help me?
4-How will you go there?
5-Which metro line do you take?
6-Do I need to change trains?
7-What can you buy there?
8-What do they sell there?
9-What are you looking for there?
10-Where is…located ?
11-How much time is needed ?
12-How is your city ?
13-Where do you go to… ?

I. Les Questions
1-Pour aller à la banque, s’il vous plaît ?
2-Où est-tu allé ?
3-Pouvez-vous m’aider ?
4-Comment vas-tu y aller?
5-Quelle ligne vas-tu prendre?
6-Faut-il changer de train?
7-Qu’est-ce qu’on achète là-bas?
8-Qu’est-ce qu’on vend là-bas?
9-Qu’est-ce qu’on cherche là-bas?
10-Où se trouve ?
11-Combien de temps faut-il ?
12-Comment est ta ville ?
13-Où faut-il aller pour… ?

II. Answers
1- You take…
2-I went to…
3-Absolutely
4-You can go by foot or the metro.
5-Go on line 1
6-You change trains at…
7-You can buy…
8-They sell…
9-I’m looking for…
10-…is located…
11-You need…
12-My city is…
13-I recommend that you…

II. Les Réponses
1- On prend…
2-Je suis allé à
3-Absolument.
4-On peut aller à pied ou en métro.
5-Allez sur ligne 1.
6-On change de train à la station…
7-On achète…
8-On vend…
9-On cherche…
10-…se trouve…
11-Il vous faut…
12-Ma ville est…
13-Je te recommande de…

III. Stores
1- currency exchange kiosk
2-café
3-shopping centre
4-department store
5-mega market
6-shop or store
7-greengrocer
8-center of town
9-dance hall
10-bus stop
11-clothes shop
12-market
13-supermarket
14-neighborhood
15-bank
16-jeweler’s
17-butcher's
18-baker's
19-pork butcher's
20-the countryside
21-the lake
22-the river
23-bookshop
24-the waterfall
25-the cave
26-the forest
27-cake shop
28-pharmacy
29-fishmonger's
30-post office
31-gas station

III. Les Boutiques/Magasins
1-le bureau de change
2-le café
3-le centre commercial
4-le grand magasin
5-l'hypermarché
6-le magasin
7-le marchand de fruits et légumes
8-le centre-ville
9-la discothèque
10-l’arrêt de bus
11-le magasin de vêtements
12-le marché
13-le supermarché
14-le quartier
15-la banque
16-la bijouterie
17-la boucherie
18-la boulangerie
19-la charcuterie
20-la campagne
21-le lac
22-la rivière
23-la librairie
24-la cascade
25-la grotte
26-la forêt
27-la pâtisserie
28-la pharmacie
29-la poissonnerie
30-un bureau de poste
31-la station-service

IV. Key words & expressions
1-there you are
2-consult the metro map
3-navigate the city
4-a ticket
5-I’m lost
6-in the direction of (Neuilly bridge)
7-in front of
8-behind
9-next to
10-opposite from / across from
11-to the left of
12-to the right of
13-between
14-straight ahead
15-I’m looking for
16-It open at… o’clock
17-It closes at… o’clock

IV. Les mots clés et les expressions
1-vous y êtes ou tu y es
2-consulter le plan du métro
3-naviguer la ville
4-un billet
5-je suis égaré
6-dans la direction de (pont Neuilly)
7-devant
8-derrière
9-à côté de
10-en face de
11-à gauche de
12-à droite de
13-entre
14-tout droit
15-je cherche
16-ça ouvre à … heures
17-ça ferme à … heures

V. Directions Continued (Formal)
1-Turn right
2-Turn left
3-Go straight
4-Go as far as
5-Continue straight on
6-Cross the street
7-Cross the bridge
8-Leave your house
9-Take the bus
10-Get off at Invalides
11-Get on at Concord
12-Change trains at Étoile
13-Pass the fountain
14-Stop in front of parking lot
15-Don’t take Victor Hugo avenue
16-Turn around
Review: other location prepositions

V. Les Directions Continuées (Formel)
1-Tournez à droite
2-Tournez à gauche
3-Allez tout droit
4-Allez jusqu’à
5-Continuez tout droit
6-Traversez la rue
7-Traversez le pont
8-Partez de chez toi
9-Prenez le bus
10-Descendez à Invalides
11-Montez à Concorde
12-Changez de train à Étoile
13-Passez la fontaine
14-Arrêtez devant le parking
15-Ne prenez pas l’avenue Victor Hugo
16-Faites demi-tour
Révision: d’autres prépositions de position

VI. Landmarks
1- the end of the street
2-crossroads
3-traffic lights (literally 'fires')
4-sign
5-bridge
6-roundabout
7-metro stop
8-fountain
9-square
10-island
11-avenue
12-street
13-cross walk
14-parking lot
15-corner
16-stop sign

VI. Les Points de Repère
1- le bout de la rue
2-le carrefour
3-les feux rouges
4-le panneau
5-le pont
6-un rond-point
7-l’arrêt de métro
8-une fontaine
9-la place
10-l’île
11-l’avenue
12-la rue
13-les clous
14-le parking
15-le coin
16-le stop

VII. More Directions
1-far from
2-close to
3-under
4-over
5-below
6-above
7-beside
8-on top of
9-at the corner of
10-between
11-on the other side of
12-north
13-south
14-east
15-west

VII.  Encore les Directions
1-loin de
2-près de
3-sous
4-sur
5-au-dessous de
6-au-dessus de
7-à côté de
8-au sommet de
9-au coin de
10-entre
11-de l’autre côté de
12-nord
13-sud
14-est
15-ouest

VIII. Comparisons
1-the best
2-the worst
3-bigger than
4-smaller than
5-more interesting than
6-funner than
7-less than
8-as much as
9-as many as
10-the same as

VIII. La Comparaison
1-le meilleur
2-le pire
3-plus grand que
4-plus petit que
5-plus intéressent que
6-plus amusant que
7-moins que
8-aussi que
9-autant de… que
10-le meme que
*note: le may change to la depending on what you refer to. The adjectives will also change.

IX. Sequence Words
1-first
2-then
3-after
4-before
5-finally
6-next

IX. Séquence
1-premièrement
2-puis
3-après
4-avant
5-enfin
6-ensuite

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.

 

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Listening

PRACTICE 1: Following directions

This video is a basic introduction to some directions vocabulary.

 

PRACTICE 2:

Listen to the following conversation and see if you can understand what is being said.

Julie: Où est l’hôtel? 

Jean Paul: L’hôtel est à côté de la gare. 

Julie: Dans quelle rue se trouve la gare?

Jean Paul: La gare est près du cinéma, sur la rue d'Artagnan. Prenez la troisième rue à droite.

Julie: Est-ce que la gare est loin d’ici?

Jean Paul: Non, la gare est au centre de la ville. Allez tout droit et vous le trouverez.

Julie: Comment est-ce que je vais au Musée du Louvre de la gare? 

Jean Paul: Le musée est à peu près un kilomètre et demi de la gare. 

Julie: Merci.

Jean Paul: De rien.

Please Write a summary of where Julie is trying to get to and the directions Jean Paul gives. Write in English.

 

Here is a link to additional listening about directions words.

Here is a video to learn additional directions.

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Reading

PRACTICE 3:You will have many opportunities to practice reading beginning this unit. To break from directions for a while, here you will find some descriptions of places in a city. Read and answer the questions that follow. Here is a link to the French 2 readings as well.

Planning a meal - Bon appétit!

Où faites-vous les courses?

Quand on est pressé, on peut faire les courses au supermarché. Là, on trouve tous les produits nécessaires à la préparation des repas. Quand on a le temps, on peut acheter ces produits dans des boutiques spécialisées. C'est ce qu'on fait en France. Dans chaque quartier, il y a une boulangerie, une pâtisserie, une boucherie, une crémerie et une épicerie.

Bread1. La Boulangerie-Pâtisserie -- Pour le pain et les croissants, on va à la boulangerie. Le pain préféré des Français est la "baguette". C'est un pain long et croustillant.

Les pâtisseries vendent aussi du pain et toutes sortes de gâteaux: tartes, brioches, éclairs, etc. Certaines pâtisseries vendent des glaces et des bonbons.

Deli2. La boucherie et la charcuterie -- Pour la viande (boeuf, veau, poulet), on va à la boucherie. Pour le porc, les saucisses et les plats préparés, on va à la charcuterie.

Milk Shop3. La crémerie -- Pour le lait, le beurre et les oeufs, on va à la crémerie. Les crémeries vendent aussi des fromages. La France produit 400 différentes sortes de fromage. Quand on aime le fromage, on a le choix!

Market4. L'épicerie -- L'épicerie est une sorte de petit supermarché. Ici on vend toutes sortes de produits différents: lait, fromages, riz, spaghetti, jus de fruits, eau minérale, etc. Les épiceries ont aussi un choix limité de fruits et de légumes.

Market5. Le marché en plein air -- Dans beaucoup de villes françaises, il y a un marché en plein air. Le marché a lieu un jour fixe de la semaine, le mardi ou le vendredi, par exemple. Les fermiers de la région viennent au marché vendre les produits de leurs fermes. On a, par conséquent, un grand choix de légumes et de fruits frais.

Answer the questions below by selecting where you would buy the products.

  1. Rice and mineral water
  2. Cheese and yogurt
  3. Bread and pies
  4. Fresh fruits and vegetables
  5. Meats and seafood

 

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Writing

PRACTICE 4:Although you will be writing to request directions and need to write directions, here is another activity to practice. You may also want to refer back to your writing letter information from unit 2.

Write the following directions in French:

  1. Head north on Pl. des Invalides toward Pl. des Invalides
  2. Slight right toward Rue de Constantine
  3. Take the 1st left onto Rue de Constantine
  4. Take the 2nd right onto Rue Saint-Dominique
  5. Continue onto Bd Saint-Germain
  6. Turn left onto Bd Saint-Michel
  7. Continue onto Pont Saint-Michel
  8. Turn right onto Quai du Marché Neuf
  9. Continue onto Pl. du Parvis Notre-Dame to the Notre Dame Cathedral

*Point of emphasis: les prépositions

Check out our grammar section to review further rules.

 

In French, we have a different preposition for what we want to say in English. Be careful that you don't just translate straight across or you will make some mistakes.

 

towards = vers

facing = en face de

onto, on = sur

de, du, des = from

 

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Communication

PRACTICE 5:To prepare for this objective you must be able to ask for directions and give directions. This will require more than just turn left, right, and go straight. You must expand your vocabulary and use as much description as possible.

map of city

To begin, use the above map. Fill in the names of places and streets. Then practice with a friend how to get somewhere on the map.

Here is a link to the directions handout pdf

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Giving directions

PRACTICE 6:This are two examples of the type of rich description you should give in your responses:

L’hôtel s’appelle Hôtel Martin. C’est à cinq kilomètres de l’aéroport.
Allez tout droit. Prenez la permière rue à droite. Traversez le pont, et prenez la deuxième rue à gauche. Allez tout droit aux feux, puis tournez à gauche. Traversez la place, et l’hôtel est à droite, en face du supermarché et derrière la piscine.

Le bureau est près de l’aeroport, à sept kilomètres de l’hôtel.
Traversez la place et tournez à droite. Allez tout droit, puis prenez la troisième rue à gauche. Traversez le pont et tournez à droite. Tournez à gauche aux feux, prenez la deuxième rue à droite, et allez tout droit. Notre bureau est à gauche, devant un centre commercial et à côté d’un parc.

Asking for directions

The first thing you need is to know how to ask for directions. To get help, you can say Est-ce que je peux vous demander mon chemin? (May I ask you for directions?); or Pouvez-vous me dire où ça se trouve? (Can you tell me where that is?). If you're really having a hard time finding a place, you might ask the person to show you where to go by saying Pouvez-vous me montrer où ça se trouve? (Can you show me where that is?).

Comment va-t-on? How do I get to?

Pouvez-vous me montrer sur la carte? Can you show me on the map?

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Speaking

PRACTICE 7:You need to be able to say how you spend a typical weekend. In addition to the normal activities you plan to do with your friends, include other things related to directions (where you go and how you get there). Here is an example description.

Un weekend typique

“Samedi matin je me lève normalement vers dix heures. Après une longue semaine à l’école je suis fatigué, et j’aime faire la grasse matinée! Vers onze heures je prends mon petit-déjeuner dans la cuisine. Ma soeur est souvent aussi là. Elle s’appelle Sarah et elle a neuf ans. J’aime ma soeur, parce qu’elle a un bon sens de l’humour! Pendant l’après-midi je vais en ville en vélo. Je n’aime pas voyager en bus, parce que le bus est trop lent. En ville je rencontre mon ami, qui s’appelle John, et nous allons dans les magasins de musique ou dans les librairies. Chaque mois j’achète un nouveau livre avec mon argent de poche – j’adore lire! Le soir je prends mon dîner avec ma famille, et puis nous regardons la télé. Après ça je joue à l’ordinateur et vers dix heures et demie je vais au lit.”

A Trouvez dans le texte les mots et phrases suivantes:

  1. at about ten o’clock
  2. to have a good lie-in
  3. often
  4. also
  5. because she has a good sense of humour
  6. during the afternoon
  7. who is called
  8. each
  9. then
  10. after that

B Décris ton weekend typique, en utilisant les verbes dans le présent!

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Post cards

PRACTICE 8:

cartes postalesLes Cartes Postales are easy to write. The one bit of advice is to keep it short, and to write a proper salutation. A salutation is the way you greet someone in a letter. The other bit of advice is to close your letter correctly as well. This is called a valediction.

Salutations can be either formal or informal.

The standard French salutation uses the normal style of address to the recipient of the letter, followed by a comma:

Monsieur, for a man
Jeune homme for a male child
Mademoiselle, for a female child.
Madame, for an adult woman.

In the case where the writer knows the recipient well and is in friendly terms with them, it is possible to add Cher/Chère in front of the address:

Cher Monsieur,
Chère Mademoiselle, (though this is not considered as appropriate for a male writer who is not a close family relative of the recipient)
Chère Madame,

In case the writer and the recipients are close friends or intimates, it is possible to use the given name of the recipient immediately after Cher/Chère.

Valedictions are important as well. Standard French language valedictions tend to be much more complex than standard English ones, more akin to older English valedictions. They show a fair degree of variation, for example:

Veuillez agréer, Madame, Monsieur, l'expression de mes sentiments distingués.
"Please accept, Madam, Sir, the expression of my distinguished sentiments."

Or:

Veuillez recevoir, Madame, mes sincères salutations.
"Please receive, Madam, my sincere salutations."

Or:

Je vous prie de croire, Monsieur, à mes sentiments les meilleurs.
"I beg you to believe, Sir, in my best sentiments."

Much shorter styles may be used in brief notes (Sincères salutations), and informal letters (such as between intimates) may use expressions such as (with approximate English equivalents – not literal translations):

  • Amicalement ("In friendship")
  • Amitiés ("Your friend")
  • À bientôt ("See you soon")
  • Au plaisir de vous revoir ("Hope to see you again soon")
  • Bien amicalement ("In Good Friendship")
  • Bien à vous ("Best Wishes")
  • Cordialement ("Cordially")
  • Meilleures salutations ("Best Salutations")
  • Salutations distinguées ("With Distinguished Salutations")

These shorter version will be the most useful with your post cards. Why don't you practice writing one of your own now.

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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.

 

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Assignment 1: Discuss the following topic - Est-ce que dans votre quartier il y a des boutiques spécialisées comme en France? Qu'est-ce qu'on achète dans ces boutiques? Selon vous (In your opinion), quels sont les avantages et les inconvénients respectifs du supermarché et des boutiques spécialisées (par exemple, prix, qualité du service, rapidité des courses, etc.)? Write what these questions are asking in English. Write your answer to these questions in English.

Arc de TriompheAssignment 2: Go to google maps and practice by getting directions from one monument to the next. Here is an example from the Eiffel Tower to Les Invalides, where Napoleon Bonaparte is buried. Then practice translating the directions into French and writing it. Finally, with a partner practice saying the directions out loud and see if they can follow your directions (you could even have them do it with a laptop online to make it feel like the real experience).

Driving directions to Hôtel National des Invalides

1. Head northeast on Av. Gustave Eiffel toward Av. Anatole France

2. Continue onto Av. Silvestre de Sacy

3. Turn right onto Av. de la Bourdonnais

4. Turn left onto Av. de la Motte-Picquet

Assignment 3: To practice your directions in French, the next time you go for a drive or are riding your bike, tell them that you are going to be a French G.P.S. You will say the directions out loud in French. This will also help them learn some French. As an alternative, you could try and give a friend directions while blindfolded in French and see if they can follow correctly.

Eiffel TowerAssignment 4: Which is your favorite "monument de Paris?" The Eiffel Tower? The Arc de Triomphe? Now is your chance to learn more about it. Go online and research ONE MONUMENT and then write 10 facts in your own words about it. You can write yours in English or French. Here are a couple of examples:

Saviez-vous que la Tour Eiffel a été construit par Gustave Eiffel?

Saviez-vous que la Tour Eiffel a coûté 799,401.31 francs d'or pour constuire?

http://monumentsdeparis.net/

http://quizlet.com/6081994/les-monuments-de-paris-flash-cards/

Assignment 5: France has an interesting history. Would you be surprised to know that Paris has not always been the capital. Follow this link to learn about the previous capitals. Click on each one and learn about them.

Assignment 6: Find a book from the reading section and spend 20 minutes reading. See if you can learn some new words or phrases to use in class.

Assignment 7: La Francophonie - It means the French-speaking world. When we think of French, we often just think aobut France, but France is just one nation out of dozens that speak French. Research this topic and find out 10 facts about la Francophonie that you didn't know already.

http://www.francophonie.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organisation_internationale_de_la_Francophonie

la francophonie

Assignment 8: Find a book from the reading section and spend 20 minutes reading. See if you can learn some new words or phrases to use in class.

Assignment 9: Find a travel guide online or at your local library. Find a travel video or watch one on PBS. Focus on travel somewhere French is spoken. Learn about the nation, the culture, the traditions, and the sites. Share what you learned with the teacher.

https://www.youtube.com/user/RickSteves

Google or Youtube Search: Travel Videos France

Assignment 9: UNIT EXAM REVIEW - Complete the review packet prior to taking the Unit 5 Exam. It is also a good idea to review all of the vocabulary and your notes. pdf Here is the French 2 Unit 5 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 5 – Oh, the places you’ll go!
Students will identify the places in a city here and in other countries. They will be able to give and ask for directions around town. They will explore various means of transportation here and elsewhere. They will be able to navigate a city with a map. Students will also discuss how history has shaped their city and other cities in the world. They will write a postcard.
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LEARNING INDICATORS

  • NH.IC.3 – I can ask for and give simple directions.
  • NH.IL.2 – I can understand simple information when presented with pictures and graphs.
  • NH.IR.1 – I can usually understand short simple messages on familiar topics.
  • NH.PS.3 – I can present basic information about a familiar person, place, or thing using phrases and simple sentences.
  • NH.PW.2 – I can write short notes using phrases and simple sentences.
  • N.CPP.1 – I can identify some common products related to home and community life of other cultures and my own.
  • N.CP.3 – I can identify ways in which cultures are globalized.
  • N.CIA.3 – I can use memorized languages, and very basic cultural knowledge to accomplish simple, routine tasks.

GRAMMATICAL FORMS

  • Prepositions for giving directions.
  • Prepositions for saying where something is located.
  • Using the past tense with the verbs to go (être construction with all subjects).
  • Forming comparisons
  • Using sequence words