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1 lundi le 11 février /watch?v=G3YRoXro1og French club meeting tomorrow 2:30-3:30!

2 Feb. 11 th -15 th week Lundi 2/11Mardi 2/12 F/CMercredi 2/13Jeudi 2/14Vendredi 2/15 F 1 Finish book work Papers back Grade work Reminders H/W: Study F 1 QUIZ- questions/adverbs Grade W/B, APT F 1 Grade Etre page, grade book test F 1 TEST unit 3 F 1 Poem review Finish Ratatouille movie or start Eiffel tower movie F 2 Finish oral grade Binder/Book check Write Poem 3 times F 2 Review of old test Workbook practice F 2 Grade open book test and review for new test F 2 RE-TEST unit 2 F 2 Film day F 2 PreAP Makeup quiz Book/Binder check Poem practice DVD: La vie en rose F 2 PreAP Poem practice Recipe writing Unit 3 notes/oral prac F 2 PreAP Poem practice Recipe & List writing Unit 3 notes/oral prac F 2PreAP Poem oral grade W/B: unit 3 F 2 Film day F 3 Poem practice Finish ART presentations Fairy Tales-105 F 3 Poem prac. Vocab review Text: Subjunctive pract APT F 3 Poem prac Vocab review APT & W/B units 2 & 3 F 3 QUIZ-vocab Poem practice Grading APT/WB, any past tense pages F 3 French fairy tale film

3 French 2R-per. 1 & 4 1.Finish oral grade 2.Rest: Binder check/book check & 3.Put all papers in binder, organize binder! 4.Write poem out 3 times 5.Bonus borrowed words due WED. 6.RE-TEST on Unit 2 is THURS. Tues-Wed: review & going over previous test.

4 French 2 Poem Links bois/files/déjeuner.ppt#276www.myteacherpages.com/webpages/chezsous bois/files/déjeuner.ppt#276,21,Slide 21 E s&list=PL84721BAC681C5662 LG- ARIY ARIY

5 Le français 3 1.Les contes de fee- 105% 2.Practiquez “Le Pont Mirabeau” 3.Présentez “Les Artistes” 4. Regardez le film “l’impressionisme” Chagall "Chagall Window" United Nations Headquarters The memorial, which is about 15 feet wide and 12 feet high, contains several symbols of peace and love, such as the young child in the center being kissed by an angelic face which emerges from a mass of flowers. On the left, below and above, motherhood and the people who are struggling for peace are depicted. Musical symbols in the panel evoke thoughts of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, which was a favourite of Mr. Hammarskjold's.

6 F 3 POEM LINKS: "Sous la Pont Mirabeau" wheatoncollege.edu/academic/academicdept/French/ViveVoix/Resources/pontmirabeau.html wheatoncollege.edu/academic/academicdept/French/ViveVoix/Resources/pontmirabeau.html The Mirabeau Bridge Below Mirabeau Bridge flows River Seine Just like our loves. Must one recall it to my mind that when Pain went away then joy would always come. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Let us hold hands and keep us face to face While that moment Below the bridge of our clasp'd arms there race Eternal eyes in flows that are so tired. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Love passes on just like this water flow Love passes on. How slowly life does travel, how so slow And how is hope so full of violence. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. The days and weeks also keep moving on. Neither times past Nor our past loves return from the beyon'. Below Mirabeau Bridge flows River Seine. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Translated by Thomas D. Le F 3 POEM LINKS: "Sous la Pont Mirabeau" wheatoncollege.edu/academic/academicdept/French/ViveVoix/Resources/pontmirabeau.html wheatoncollege.edu/academic/academicdept/French/ViveVoix/Resources/pontmirabeau.html The Mirabeau Bridge Below Mirabeau Bridge flows River Seine Just like our loves. Must one recall it to my mind that when Pain went away then joy would always come. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Let us hold hands and keep us face to face While that moment Below the bridge of our clasp'd arms there race Eternal eyes in flows that are so tired. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Love passes on just like this water flow Love passes on. How slowly life does travel, how so slow And how is hope so full of violence. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. The days and weeks also keep moving on. Neither times past Nor our past loves return from the beyon'. Below Mirabeau Bridge flows River Seine. And when the night arrives and sounds its bell, The days are gone, but here I surely dwell. Translated by Thomas D. Le watch?v=5WFwtoXm1sc =Hl1BAiGUks4

7 HENRI ROUSSEAU

8 Edouard Manet

9 CLAUDE MONET

10 PAUL GAUGUIN

11 French 2 PreAP 1.F 2 PreAP FOOD QUIZ.pptx (Ivone)F 2 PreAP FOOD QUIZ.pptx 2.Over poem: Poem practice if time—PP ner.ppt#276,21,Slide 21— ner.ppt#276 AC681C5662 LG- 3. Finish film Borrowed words sentences due Wed.!

12 French 1 Pg. 96 ex. 4 Pg. 97 ex. 5 Pg. 99 ex. 11 Pg. 100 ex. 12 Pg. 101 ex See slides, then 15+ minutes to TWEAK, FINISH BOOK WORK. Papers back! 2.Final day for binder/book check! 3.Collect & re-distribute book work for grading! 4.Rest of week: QUIZ tomorrow on questions/adverbs, Borrowed words due Wed. & we’re grading Etre pages, W/B pg. 62 & 67, APT pages, Book test pg Wed.: practice test online TEST is THURSDAY! H/W-STUDY pg. 100, 106, 108, 109

13 F 1-REVIEW: SUBJECT PRONOUNS! Pro’s to know! SINGULAR 1.I = JE 2. You= Tu 3.He,She= Il, Elle One(We,They, You,People)= On PLURAL 1.We= NOUS 2.You- VOUS 3.They= Ils, ELLES

14 WHAT IS AN INFINITIVE? The infinitive is the basic, unconjugated form of a verb, sometimes called the name of the verb. In English the infinitive is to + verb: to be, to see, to eat, etc. We are going to concentrate on the verbs with –ER endings. Most –er verbs follow this pattern at the present tense: E, ES, E, ONS, EZ, ENT ENGLISH - FRENCH To speak? = PARLER I speak, You speak, He speaks To swim? = NAGER I swim, You swim, He swims

15 HOW DO WE CONJUGATE ? When one “Conjugates” a verb, one is putting it a subject with a verb-together correctly in the tense needed. In English, we say: JE- I verb, am verbing, do verb TU-You verb, are verbing, do verb IL-He verbs, NOUS-We verb, VOUS-You (all) verb, ILS-They verb etc. EXAMPLE: Aimer (to like) We CONJUGATE the infinitive: J’aime I like Tu aimes You like Il aime He likes

16 To Conjugate an ER verb: Take the whole verb, take off the “ER” and add the endings: THE ENDINGS ARE: Je---E Nous---ONS TU---ES Vous---EZ IL/elle/on--E Ils/elles—ENT

17 PAR EXEMPLE: PARLER Je parle (I SPEAK) *Nous parlons (WE SPEAK) Tu parles (YOU SPEAK) *Vous parlez (YOU SPEAK) Il parle (He speaks) * Ils parlent (THEY SPEAK)

18 Noun subjects take the same verb forms as their pronouns. Examples: Philippe aime la salade. Il aime la salade. Sophie et Julie aiment les vacances Elles aiment les vacances

19 e es e e je/j’ tu il elle nous vous ils elles ons ez ent F 1-les verbes faciles --“ER”

20 Un autre exemple! e es e e je/j’ tu il elle nous vous ils elles ons ez ent joue joues joue joue jouons jouez jouent Jouer = to play jouent jouer= l’infinitif du verbe l’infinitif = “no time no body” jouer I play you play he plays she plays we play you play they play

21 F 1 poem: “Il pleure dans mon coeur” re=related e=related 8


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