Presentation on theme: "Le Pierre Tombale You must create a tombstone (Pierre Tombale) for the famous dead French figure you are assigned. As a group, you will do your research,"— Presentation transcript:
Le Pierre Tombale You must create a tombstone (Pierre Tombale) for the famous dead French figure you are assigned. As a group, you will do your research, find decorative items for the tombstone, design and produce the tombstone. What: Research Project for French class! When: Research done in computer lab and during class time and at home Due: November at the beginning of class What you need : Materials to create the tombstone (cardboard or poster board…be creative) Decorations for the tombstone that adequately represent the person whom you are researching scissors, markers, glue, tape, paper, etc. Arent you going to supply all of this Mrs. Joseph??? No…you, my students, are going to supply what you need for this project.
French Peeps for Milligan and Egnots students SciencePoetry/Writing Antoine LavoisierVoltaire Pierre Simon LaPlaceRousseau Adrien-Marie LegendreDiderot MathFashion Pierre Simon LaPlaceChanges in French Fashion during Adrien-Marie Legendrethe Revolution MusicFood Jean-Philippe RameauLa Baguette François André Danican PhilidorBeauvilliers SportsMovies/Theater Jeu de paumePierre Beaumarchais HOW COULD I HAVE OVERLOOKED ART???!!! Jacques Louis David Eugène Delacroix Racing Not a lot of racing going on during the Revolution…good luck
For all other students!!!! You may choose anyone on the pervious page or any of the following: SciencePoetry/Writing Paul CurrieLouise Labé Jacques CousteauArthur Rimbaud Georges Sands MathFashion René Descartes Coco Channel Louis CouturatYves St. Laurent MusicFood Claude Debussy Les soeurs Tatin Edith PiafGaston Lenôtre Mehdi Faveris-EssadiJean François Poinard Maurice Ravel SportsMovies/Theater André the GiantJean-Claude Brialy Camille du Gast Marie-France Pisier Michel Duchaussay HOW COULD I HAVE OVERLOOKED ART???!!! Racing Claude MonetAlbert Clément Pierre Auguste RenoirCamille du Gast Edgar Degas
Grading… You must answer the questions: Who What When Where How Why….Check back for the grading rubric for either you (working alone) or your group!!