Presentation on theme: "Bonjour et bienvenue dans la classe de Français."— Presentation transcript:
1 Bonjour et bienvenue dans la classe de Français. Aujourd'hui, c'est le Mardi 06 Septembre 2011 Today, it's Tuesday 6th September 2011Bonjour et bienvenue dans la classe de Français.Hello and welcome to the French class.Identifiez vos places, asseyez-vous et remplissez la fiche d'information.Identify your seat, take a seat and fill out the information sheet.
2 Les PrésentationsQui suis-je?Who am I?Jacques Nong Bateki
6 Les élèves se présentent. Bonjour,Je m'appelle...
7 Matériel nécessaire: 1” 3 ring binder One composition notebook College ruled paperPens/ Pencils/eraserHighlighterColored pencilsGlue stick3 x 5 index cards1 tissu box
8 5 Good reasons to learn French 1) It is a world language.More than 200 million people speak French on the five continents.The francophonie, the international organisation of French-speaking comprises 68 states and governments.French is also the only language alongside English, that is taught in every country in the world.
9 5 Good reasons to learn French 2. The language of culture.French is the international language of cooking, fashion (Pierre Cardin, Christian Dior, Coco Chanel, Yves Saint-Laurent...), theatre, the visual arts, dance and architecture.French is the language of Victor Hugo, Molière, Alain Delon, Edith Piaf, Zinedine Zidane, Samuel Etoo.
10 5 Good reasons to learn French 3. A language for travel.France is the world's number one touristdestination and attract more than 70 millionvisitors a year who visit Paris and all the regionsof France.French also come in handy when travelling toAfrica, Switzerland, Canada, Monaco, theSeychelles and other places.
11 5 Good reasons to learn French 4. A language that opens up the world.After English and German, French is the thirdmost used language on the internet.
12 5 Good reasons to learn French 5. A language that is fun to learn.France is an easy language to learn and it doesnot take long to reach a level where you cancommunicate in French. French is a good base forlearning other languages, especially Romancelanguages (Spanish, Italian, Portuguese andRomanian) as well as English, since fifty per centof current English vocabulary is derived fromFrench.