Presentation on theme: "FRENCH 7 TH AND 8 TH GRADE With Madame Joseph Classes #1-5 – September 4 – September 17 2013 Unit #1 – TPRS #1 Talking about yourself (describing) Talking."— Presentation transcript:
FRENCH 7 TH AND 8 TH GRADE With Madame Joseph Classes #1-5 – September 4 – September 17 2013 Unit #1 – TPRS #1 Talking about yourself (describing) Talking about others (describing) Greetings (getting to know each other)
Miss a day? Miss a day of class and chances are likely that you have missed a lot! Go to my wiki: amykjoseph.cmswiki.wikispaces.net and view the date that you missed (make sure YOU know what date you were absent. You are responsible for all of the vocabulary that you missed.amykjoseph.cmswiki.wikispaces.net What is on the wiki? On my wiki you will find: - Class lesson plans – PowerPoint style (according to date) – THESE INCLUDE THE VOCABULARY - Educreations – In depth grammar tutorials from the lesson of the day…just incase you want to have more of an explanation - Videos – there maybe a video that you missed from class too…better check the PowerPoint! - Homework – my wiki lessons are often considered your homework, because they are posted a couple of days prior to the lesson. You MUST be ready to use this vocabulary in class…you never know if you are going to be one of my lucky actors of the day!!! If you do not have access to the Internet at home, please bring me a signed note with an explanation from your parent or guardian (either once if you do not have Internet at all or as necessary, if you temporarily lost service…this happens sometimes.)
Vocabulary for lesson: (You must write the meanings in on the vocabulary sheets that were provided to you at the beginning of every lesson – this will be your daily warm-up…failure to do so will cost you 10 points of your 400 point participation for the quarter.) Bonjour – Hello (formal or informal…you can say this to anyone, as long as they understand French) Comment tu tappelles? – What is your name?Je mappelle …. – My name is ….. Ça sécrit comment? - How is that spelled?That (It) is spelled….. Où es-tu? – Where are you?un (masc.)/une (fem.) – one/a or an Je suis – I amà – in/at/to Tu es – you areTu nes pas – you are not Elle est – She isElle nest pas – She is not Il est – he isIl nest pas – He is not Lesson 2 – Day # 1 – September ___ (A)/September ____ (B)
Vocabulary for lesson: (You must write the meanings in on the vocabulary sheets that were provided to you at the beginning of every lesson – this will be your daily warm-up…failure to do so will cost you 10 points of your 200 point participation for the quarter.) Oui – yesun garçon – a boy Non – noune fille – a girl Je ne sais pas – I do not knowun homme – a man Quest-ce que – What (beginning of a question…une femme – a woman not said if you did not hear something)un stylo - pen Qui -Whoun crayon - pencil Quand – Whenun papier - paper Où - Whereun cahier - notebook Comment – How/What (This one can be used if you je suis – I am did not hear something that was said)tu es – you are Pourquoi – Whyvous êtes – you are (formal/plural) Avec qui – with whomjai – I have À quelle heure – at what timetu as – you have Un – one or a/an (masculine)vous avez – you have (formal/plural) Une – one or a/an (feminine)la classe – the class (of students) Day #1 – August 26 (A)/August 27 (B)
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