Presentation on theme: "Bienvenue! French 1 - AP. OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR: French I Increase vocabulary about: Greetings, likes and dislikes, school schedule, caf é foods, leisure."— Presentation transcript:
OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR: French I Increase vocabulary about: Greetings, likes and dislikes, school schedule, caf é foods, leisure activities, family, clothing and shopping Add to grammar: Learn the present tense, subject/verb agreement, adjectives, commands, begin the past tense
OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR: French II Add to vocabulary about: School & free time, health, daily routines, shopping, household chores, special events, travel and food Add to grammar: Review present tense and imperative, as well as other grammatical lessons from French 1 Learn reflexive verbs, 2 past tenses, direct/indirect object pronouns, negation, asking questions, etc.
OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR French III Add to vocabulary about: Travel, art, health, teenage life, plans for the future, professions, the community, nature, the environment, politics, and the history of France Add to grammar: Review present and past tenses Future/conditional tenses Subjunctive (present/past) mood
Prepare students to go on to AP by increasing their fluency ability through vocabulary and grammar. Increase vocabulary about: personal relationships, city living, media, law & politics, societal issues, family life, science & technology, beauty & aesthetics, work & finances, nature & environment Add to Grammar: – Review grammar from French 1-3 – Learn the pluperfect, the subjunctive, the past subjunctive, the conditional perfect, the simple (literary) past – Other grammatical structures such as direct/indirect object pronouns OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR: French IV
OUR GOALS FOR THE YEAR: French AP Incorporate thematic vocabulary about: Global Challenges, Science & Technology, Contemporary Life, Personal Public Identities, Families & Communities, Beauty & Aesthetics Review grammar: – Review all tenses and grammar learned in French I – IV – Fine tune language structure for accuracy and fluency Increase an appreciation for, and understanding of, French and francophone cultures through literature, current events, etc. Increase listening and reading comprehension Improve writing and speaking skills Do well on the AP Exam!
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