Presentation on theme: "A Musical Resource for Grade 7-10 Core French Teachers."— Presentation transcript:
A Musical Resource for Grade 7-10 Core French Teachers
Geoff Collins... Program Facilitator Danielle Poulin Tennant... Sinclair Secondary School, Whitby Lisa Weir... Norman G. Powers PS, Oshawa Andrea Fudali... Southwood PS, Ajax Emmanuel Nish... G.L. Roberts C.V.I., Oshawa Dulce Ibarguchi... DT Publisher/Graphic Design
Unité 1: La Fracophonie Canadienne Unité 2: L’Acadie et La Louisiane Unité 3: La France Unité 4: La Francophonie Mondiale Teacher’s notes – General templates, culminating tasks, rubrics, suggested use of technology.
Song Lyrics* Artist biographies Regional information Historical information Cultural activities Recommended listening Templates, Culminating Tasks, Suggested Technology, Rubrics *lyrics that are included have been reproduced with the artists written consent
Student/individual Popular music World connection
1. Brainstorm a wordlist that focuses on words that students use to describe music or artists. 2. Play familiar or unfamiliar music. 3. Give your students sentence starters (i.e. J’aime cette chanson parce que…) 4. Parlez!
Je peux... Be understood - proper pronunciation Understand - listen and recognize words/ideas Ask questions - use familiar vocabulary Answer questions - use complete sentences Speak naturally - proper pauses/intonation/show my personality Expand/Explain - have flow from question to question
Build on students’ previous knowledge of English and reading strategies p.96 Did you know? >1/3 of all English words are derived directly or indirectly from French English speakers know 15,000 French words There are over 1,700 true cognates
Create a paragraph to express personal opinion or preferences using “les phrases guidées” Cloze passages(grammar/vocabulary) Short answer questions (closed questions) Higher order thinking questions (open questions)
Presentation of a famous person, interview, a day in the life of…., create a cd jacket, create a concert poster, write a music review, write a song/perform a song, create a music video for your favourite song, travel journals, scrapbook, research another cultural aspect, tour a city! Use of Technology
Instructions – Create an oral presentation that incorporates music, French, and technology. Evaluation (formative assessment) – Create a rubric for your evaluation using the following four headings 1. Content and Detail 2. Fluency and Pronunciation 3. Interest and Creativity (use of technology) 4. Vocabulary and Language conventions
Geoff Collins – DDSB Program Facilitator Andrea Fudali – Core French Teacher Lisa Weir – Core French Teacher