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Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT Staying and studying abroad

Passer un an à l’étranger 7 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

• Give descriptions of self and others with irregular adjectives ; description of hair, eyes, size • Making plans and arrangements • Discussing what is going to happen in the near future (weekend, vacation, summer, etc.) and what you want to do in the near future • Giving suggestions and advice (what to bring on vacation, what to wear, etc.)

• Review of regular and irregular adjectives ; additional irregular adjectives • Review of all regular verbs and high-frequency irregular verbs from French I • Review of weather, seasons • Introduction of irregular – ir verbs (partir, sortir, etc.) and irregular verbs croire, pouvoir, vouloir to achieve various tasks • Using verb aller in the near future tense • Imperative mood • Personal description / adjectives: hair, eyes, size, preferences, nationality • Vocabulary – provisions for various kinds of extended-stay trips / vacations. • Vocabulary – vacation activities depending on context and location • Vocabulary – making plans, discussing details for near-future events (vacation, weekend) • Cultural differences between France and US: hotels, youth hostels, general travel information and tourist site

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities, sock toss with highfrequency expressions) • Listening exercises • Interviews • Matchmaker • Descriptions in a variety of contexts (criminel, mannequin, etc.) • Postcards • Bingo and matching games

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Descriptions • Grammar quiz • Chapter 1 test • Chapter 1.3 final quiz • Conversation / skit Chapter 1

Audio: CD accompanying text, songs with various irregular verbs, audio CDs from French 1 Text: French 2 textbook ; segments and vocabulary from French 1 textbook ; Keynote presentations Video: DVD accompanying text ; scenes from Home Alone Websites: Quia

ACTFL STANDARDS 1.1, 1.2 2.1 4.2 5.1

2009-2010

Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT La maison et la ville

The house and the city 6 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

• Irregular verb venir (and compounds) • Grammar – personal pronoun y • Grammar – prepositions / compound prepositions • Vocabulary – parts / rooms of a house, furniture • Vocabulary (formal and informal) – hospitality, welcoming someone to your home, staying abroad with a family • Vocabulary – places in town and what to do / buy there • Vocabulary – Giving and receiving directions • Cultural information – French house setup as opposed to American houses; French town setup and buildings as opposed to American

• Describe and show house, furniture ; describe layout of house and location of furniture, appliances, etc. • Greet and welcome people / respond appropriately to hospitality • Ask for / give directions ; explain and understand locations of various buildings in town / on a map • Read a street map / location map effectively

ACTIVITIES • Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities, sock toss with highfrequency expressions) • Listening exercises • Game: Tabou • Film clip – Home Alone

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • House plan • City map project • Chapter 2 test • Conversation / skit Chapter 2

Audio: CD accompanying text, songs with various irregular verbs, audio CDs from French 1, songs with dancing from CDs Text: French 2 textbook ; segments and vocabulary from French 1 textbook ; Keynote presentations Video: DVD accompanying text ; scenes from Home Alone Other: Street signs, direction sheets, city maps, pictures / layouts from magazines

ACTFL STANDARDS 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 2.1, 2.2 3.1, 3.2 4.2 5.1, 5.2

2009-2010

Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT Food, meals, and special occasions

La nourriture, les repas et les occasions spéciales 3 weeks

The daily routine

La routine quotidienne 1-2 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

• Grammar – Partitive articles and Indefinite articles ; personal pronouns en, lui, leur • Review of irregular verbs prendre and boire ; irregular verb recevoir • Vocabulary – meals, food and shops, specialty foods (French) • Vocabulary – purchasing food items, specific quantities, offering and asking for food • Vocabulary – gifts, gift suggestions and recommendations • Cultural differences between France and US: food, food customs, holidays

• Describe, discuss and purchase food items at various appropriate shops • Ask for / offer food at the table • Ask questions, give advice and ask for recommendations regarding gifts • Express good wishes, congratulations, good luck, etc.

• Grammar – Unusual –er verbs, reflexive verbs; review of semester 1 irregular verbs • Vocabulary – geographical and topographical characteristics of the Caribbean islands, tropical activities, cultural practices / holidays in the French – Creole speaking Caribbean

• Discuss the daily / morning routine using a variety of verbs (and reflexive verbs) • Discussing, describing and understanding geographical features, characteristics, and food of tropical islands • Talk about / discuss activities in the tropics • Understand a very basic amount of Creole French

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

ACTFL STANDARDS

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities, shopping exchanges) • Listening exercises • Film : Ratatouille • Preparing fivecourse French meal

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Chapter 3 test

Audio: CD accompanying text Text: French 2 textbook ; Keynote food and gift presentations; shopping materials (lists, signs, etc.) Video: DVD accompanying text ; scenes from Ratatouille; Websites: Quia,

1.1, 1.2 2.1, 2.2 3.1, 3.2 4.2 5.1

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities, shopping exchanges) • Listening exercises • Charades / acting • Créole music

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues • Classwork (listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Chapter / Semester Test

Audio: CD accompanying text, Creole music Text: French 2 textbook ; Keynote presentations – tropical activities, island characteristics Video: DVD accompanying text Websites: Quia

1.1, 1.2 2.1 3.1, 3.2 4.1, 4.2 5.2

2009-2010

Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT Good day / Bad day: School day and week-end activities

Bonne / mauvaise journée : Activités d’une journée et d’un week-end 3-4 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

• Explain / narrate basic past events (activities of weekend, summer, school day, etc.) • Completing a telephone interaction • Tell about your day at school, weekend activities, etc. ; evaluate a school day, weekend, vacation, etc. • Explain and justify grades, performance at school, etc.

• Grammar – Passé composé of regular verbs and certain high-frequency irregular verbs • Vocabulary – Activities of a school day, after- school activities, week-end activities • Vocabulary – things that can happen on a bad day as opposed to a good day • Vocabulary – answering and carrying on a phone call ; words of order to structure an extended conversation • Vocabulary – school subjects and school-related vocabulary (assignments, schedules, etc.) • Vocabulary – Justifications and explanations for past events • Cultural differences between France and US: school life and weekend activities

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities) • Listening exercises • Interviews • Bingo and matching games • Team activities (passé composé)

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues, stations • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Grammar quiz • Chapter 5 test • Conversation / skit Chapter 5

Audio: CD accompanying text Text: French 2 textbook, poem Déjeuner du matin Video: DVD accompanying text Websites: Quia

ACTFL STANDARDS 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 2.1, 2.2 3.1, 3.2 4.1, 4.2 5.1, 5.2

2009-2010

Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT Vacation

Les vacances 5 weeks

Health and the human body

La santé et le corps humain 2-3 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

ACTFL STANDARDS

• Explain / narrate past events and stories • Discuss and describe vacations • Ask for and answer questions about transport, tickets, spectacles, etc. ; buy train and bus tickets • Vacation activities depending on destination

• Grammar – Passé composé of verbs using être • Grammar – Forming information questions • Vocabulary – asking about and describing vacations (evaluations) • Vocabulary – Vacation activities • Vocabulary – Transportation, getting around and into cultural establishments • Vocabulary / Grammar – usage of verbs using être in past tense • Cultural emphasis: travel in France and Europe ; fairy tales and legends

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities) • Listening exercises • Interviews • Team activities (passé composé) • Vacances project • Fairy tales

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues, stations • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Grammar quiz • Chapter 6 test • Conversation / skit Chapter 6 • Project and presentation – Les Vacances

Audio: CD accompanying text Text: French 2 textbook, notes / grammar from other sources Video: DVD accompanying text, clips (in French) from Home Alone and Alice in Wonderland Websites: Quia

1.1, 1.2, 1.3 2.1 3.2 4.1 5.1, 5.2

• Discuss and explain maladies, pains, and injuries to parts of the body using various constructions and reflexive verbs • Describe your “health routine”: food, exercise, etc. • Ask advice, explain and give suggestions about health, fitness, etc. • Additional narration using reflexive verbs in the past tense

• Grammar – Passé composé of reflexive verbs (in relation to the body and not) • Vocabulary – parts of body, injuries, maladies, conditions ; exercise activities • Vocabulary – various foods and ingredients to avoid and to consume more of • Vocabulary – Expressions of suggestion and discouragement • Vocabulary – Idiomatic expressions with parts of the body

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities) • Listening exercises • Bingo and matching games • Team activities (passé composé)

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues, stations • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Chapter 7 test • Conversation / skit Chapter 7 • Poster - Idiomatic expressions with parts of body ; ‘pour être en bonne forme’

Audio: CD accompanying text, songs Text: French 2 textbook Video: DVD accompanying text, French commercials We bsi te s: Operation ™ site (parts of body)

1.1, 1.2 2.1 3.1, 3.2 4.1 5.1

2009-2010

Henry Sibley High School Curriculum Map - World Languages French II TIME FRAME/ UNIT L’enfance, la reminiscence et les souvenirs

Childhood, nostalgia and memories 6-7 weeks

FUNCTION

CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES/ TECHNOLOGY

• Give descriptions people, places, things of the past ; explain how things “used to be” and what you did habitually • Use adverbs and other terms of frequency to explain how often certain things would happen. • Recounting past events and interrupting actions. • Telling about specific past events (past tense) while setting up / describing the background for them (imperfect) : narration • Describe childhood activities, how life “used to” be, toys, games, etc. • Contrast life in an urban area to life in a rural area (ways of life, animals, buildings, etc.)

• Grammar – Imperfect verb form and usage : discussing habitual actions of the past ; describing people, places and things of the past; setting up the scene in a narration • Grammar – Imperfect vs. Passé composé : interrupting action vs. ongoing action ; using the two tenses together to narrate a story • Vocabulary – childhood activities, games • Vocabulary – descriptions of childhood, of yourself as a child, of life “back then” • Vocabulary – city (urban) vocabulary and village (rural) vocabulary • Cultural emphasis – French-speaking West African life : village living vs. city living

• Dialogues and conversations (including conversation stations, group activities) • Listening exercises • Interviews • Bingo • Storytime and storytelling • Children’s book • Cuisine of West Africa • Films : La Gloire de mon père ; Les Choristes

• Observations of inclass activities, conversations, dialogues • Classwork (including listening exercises) • Homework / workbook pages • Children’s Book • Grammar quiz • Conversation / skit Chapter 8 • Chapter 8 test / semester test

Audio: CD accompanying text, songs with various irregular verbs, audio CDs from French 1 Text: French 2 textbook ; segments and vocabulary from French 1 textbook ; Keynote presentations Video: DVD accompanying text ; films La Gloire de Mon Père Websites: Quia, Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire tourist sites

ACTFL STANDARDS 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 2.1 3.1 4.1 5.2

2009-2010