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2 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

3 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

4 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

5 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

6 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

7 Qui êtes-vous? Quoi de neuf? 1. Répondez à la première question sur Questionnaire A / B selon le cas. Ne prenez quune minute pour chaque réponse. 2. Échangez votre papier avec celui de votre partenaire. 3. En prenant des tours, lisez la question originale et vérifiez la structure de la réponse de votre partenaire en la lisant à haute voix. 4. Discutez les réponses un peu en conversation. ( secondes) 5. Faites la prochaine question sur la page que vous avez devant vous maintenant! 6. Répétez les étapes 2-5 jusquà ce que vous ayez fini toutes les questions! Vous prenez le cours de français 5H…alors, suivez la bonne piste appropriée pour me montrer vos talents!

8 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

9 RELAIS!: Le présent indicatif

10 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

11 RELAIS!: Le présent indicatif 1. Sur qui (compter)-vous? Pourquoi? 2. Quel garçon en classe (draguer) toujours les filles? 3. (Refuser)-nous à M. DiNicola de mettre la poubelle dans la corbeille? Pourquoi ou pourquoi pas? 4. Qui (espérer) devenir médecin? Avocat? Ingénieur? Infirmier? 6. Est-ce que tu (jeter) des avions en papier en classe? 7. A quelle heure ta famille (se lever)-elle typiquement? 8. Combien (payer)-on un billet de cinéma de nos jours? 9. Quels sont des exemples de nourriture que nous (manger) le matin? 10. Nous (commencer) cette classe à quelle heure? 11. Vous (se brosser) les dents avant de vous coucher? Pourquoi? 12. Les personnes folles (se parler) régulièrement, non? 13. > Qui (dire) ça souvent en classe? 14. Nous (applaudir) les événements heureux. 15. Le président de la France, ___________________, (défendre) sa patrie avec fierté. 16. Si vous travaillez à Starbucks, quest-ce que vous y (vendre)? 17. A quelle vedette de cinéma (écrire)-tu? 18. Dhabitude, où (aller)-on en été? 19. Quels aliments est-ce que vous (prendre) de votre frigo le soir? 20. Quest-ce que nous (faire) sur internet? 21. Quelles langues (pouvoir)-on parler si on (vivre) en Suisse? 22. Quelle marque de voiture (conduire)-vous? 23. Que (boire)-tu typiquement si tu (avoir) soif?

12 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

13 Votre page >: Qui êtes-vous? 1. Faites le brouillon sur le papier donné en classe. 2. Soyez sûr quun de ces messages nest pas du tout vrai!! 3. Finissez la version électronique et envoyez-la à M. DiNicola cps.org) avant la prochaine cps.org

14 français 5H le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

15 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!

16 français 2 le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour cette classe : Avant le 5 septembre 2012 I. Petite Révision A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles C. Livres et Cahiers dExercices D. Je mappelle… Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : Allons à laéroport ! III. Petit Examen sur les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 1 IV. DEVOIRS: Écrivez les mots de « Allons à laéroport » trois fois chacun avec langlais une fois. Écrivez trois (3) phrases avec les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. Act/Dev 2

17 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? The Loudoun County Grade Scale will be used in distributing all individual and final grades during the nine-week marking periods, semester averages, and year-end averages: Letter GradeNumeric Grade Range A A93-97 A B B83-86 B C C73-76 C D D63-66 D F0-59

18 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? Overall grades are based on the number of total points earned per nine-week marking period. All graded assignments will be worth 100 points and utilize the scale above for associations to letter grades: 1. Summative assessments and special projects are weighted twice, making them worth 200 points. EX: Summative assessment score: 80B- x 2 = 160 / 200 points possible 2. All other grades count once unless otherwise announced. 3. Quizzes will be given on an announced and announced basis.

19 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? 4. Homework will be assigned according to agenda listings. Students who fail to complete homework will earn a double-zero on the check chart, eliminating ten extra credit points earned in class. All homework assignments will be assessed in class and many will subsequently be turned in for a grade. 5. Time necessary to complete homework assignments will vary. 6. Late assignments are given zero credit and will not be accepted unless related to an excused absence. (See next section)

20 Make-Up Policy What if I miss a class for an excused reason? A. It is the students responsibility to make up work missed for any reason. B. Agendas posted in the classroom, at Mr. DiNicolas website, and via e- mail can be used to check on missed assignments. C. Be sure to get missed notes from a class mate prior to returning to class! Its your job to stay focused on your education! D. Students have the number of days missed plus one (+1) for making up assignments stemming from excused absences. Extended absences will be handled individually. E. Students missing for any extracurricular activities or any other school-approved absence are responsible to retrieve their work before that class is missed. These students will have the same due dates and responsibilities as those attending class that day.

21 The Check Chart..and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? A. THE CHECK CHART The check chart is a record of student participation in class…and it is all EXTRA CREDIT on other grades in class. During the time checks are being recorded, students may volunteer or be called on involuntarily to answer questions or perform classroom tasks to receive extra credit checks (points). Students will receive checks only for perfectly correct answers. Students will receive an extra credit A grade for every five (5) correct answers (checks) given in class for the first quarter: EXAMPLE: A student gets 80 checks (correct answers) during the first quarter: 80 / 5 = 16 extra As!

22 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? The number of checks needed to get As and the percent value of each A rises every quarter. 1 st Quarter: 90 % A- for every 5 checks 3 rd Quarter: 92 % A- for every 7 checks 2 nd Quarter: 91 % A- for every 6 checks 4 th Quarter: 93 % A for every 8 checks Students who have a higher average grade than the percentage value for checks during a marking period will receive bonus points as follows on their final nine week marking period average: checks earned = + 1 point checks earned = + 2 points 176+ checks earned = + 3 points

23 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? Students will receive a 0 on the check chart for every incorrect answer given in class under conditions designated by Mr. DiNicola. There are other reasons for 0s too… ** A 0 cancels an entire A earned on the check chart!! ** BE READY AT ALL TIMES TO PERFORM!! IT CAN EARN YOU POINTS! B. In-Class and Out-of-Class Cultural/Academic Activities/Games: Students may be awarded bonus points on formative or summative assessments based upon the performance on in-class and out-of-class cultural/academic activities or special review games.

24 Notebook Organization How do I organize my notebook for Mr. DiNicolas class? A. Students should place the appropriate number of dividers in their binders and label them as designated above in section 3. B. Students will place assignments in their notebooks in the appropriate sections by labeling them with the appropriate numbered page for that section in the upper-right hand corner (i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc.). A GoogleDocument will be kept online so that students can see section by section and in what order the assignments should be arranged. C. Students should never remove anything from the notebook without the permission of the teacher. It will become a valuable resource for years to come. D. Students will be given an unannounced notebook quiz and materials grade once per quarter. There are no make-up opportunities for this grade unless the student has an excused absence. E. All loose-leaf paper assignments are to have the following heading: EXAMPLE : François DiNicola français 2 / Classe 4 le 27 août 2012

25 Assistance/Enrichment What if I need help beyond the classroom setting?What if I need help beyond the classroom setting? A. Mr. DiNicola is here for you!: You have many ways to reach Mr. DiNicola! If all else fails and you cannot reach him via and have a dire emergency, you may call him at (personal number). This is to be used only in academic circumstances which are related to emergency situations only. B. La Session 0 Française (8h15-8h45 du matin, Salle 122) : National French Honor Society Tutoring Availability: Starting on Monday, September 3, students may come to review with Mr. DiNicola and National French Honor Society students any questions or concerns they may have about their studies in French. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a National French Honor Society student for additional tutoring or assistance, please Mr. DiNicola and this can be arranged.

26 READ CAREFULLY!: THE KEY TO SUCCESS: DISCIPLINE This course will undoubtedly be a very enjoyable one for you in many aspects, but will also require your hard work and dedication to succeed. We are a team with high expectations moving towards a common goal of learning as much as possible concerning the French language and culture. You will notice your skills becoming more and more proficient with the endurance required to succeed. Be confident and follow the instructions in this document carefully to provide yourself with the opportunity to achieve the best! You will do great work!

27 Signatures Required by Wednesday, August 29, 2012 (A) Thursday, August 30, 2012 (B) I understand the guidelines listed above and will follow them completely for the duration of this course. I will also follow all other policies in our BRHS and LCPS handbooks, recognizing that they are in full effect in this classroom. Please give me two checks for bringing this paper back signed by me and a parent/guardian by the next time we have class. STUDENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE: ________________________________ PARENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE : __________________________________ TEACHER INITIALS: ________ DATE: ______ Bonne chance! / Good luck!

28 français 2 le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour cette classe : Avant le 5 septembre 2012 I. Petite Révision A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles C. Livres et Cahiers dExercices D. Je mappelle… Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : Allons à laéroport ! III. Petit Examen sur les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 1 IV. DEVOIRS: Écrivez les mots de « Allons à laéroport » trois fois chacun avec langlais une fois. Écrivez trois (3) phrases avec les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. Act/Dev 2

29 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

30 français 2 le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour cette classe : Avant le 5 septembre 2012 I. Petite Révision A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles C. Livres et Cahiers dExercices D. Je mappelle… Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : Allons à laéroport ! III. Petit Examen sur les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 1 IV. DEVOIRS: Écrivez les mots de « Allons à laéroport » trois fois chacun avec langlais une fois. Écrivez trois (3) phrases avec les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. Act/Dev 2

31 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

32 français 2 le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour cette classe : Avant le 5 septembre 2012 I. Petite Révision A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles C. Livres et Cahiers dExercices D. Je mappelle… Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : Allons à laéroport ! III. Petit Examen sur les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 1 IV. DEVOIRS: Écrivez les mots de « Allons à laéroport » trois fois chacun avec langlais une fois. Écrivez trois (3) phrases avec les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. Act/Dev 2

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51 français 2 le 29 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour cette classe : Avant le 5 septembre 2012 I. Petite Révision A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles C. Livres et Cahiers dExercices D. Je mappelle… Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : Allons à laéroport ! III. Petit Examen sur les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 1 IV. DEVOIRS: Écrivez les mots de « Allons à laéroport » trois fois chacun avec langlais une fois. Écrivez trois (3) phrases avec les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. Act/Dev 2

52 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!

53 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

54 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? The Loudoun County Grade Scale will be used in distributing all individual and final grades during the nine-week marking periods, semester averages, and year-end averages: Letter GradeNumeric Grade Range A A93-97 A B B83-86 B C C73-76 C D D63-66 D F0-59

55 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? Overall grades are based on the number of total points earned per nine-week marking period. All graded assignments will be worth 100 points and utilize the scale above for associations to letter grades: 1. Summative assessments and special projects are weighted twice, making them worth 200 points. EX: Summative assessment score: 80B- x 2 = 160 / 200 points possible 2. All other grades count once unless otherwise announced. 3. Quizzes will be given on an announced and announced basis.

56 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? 4. Homework will be assigned according to agenda listings. Students who fail to complete homework will earn a double-zero on the check chart, eliminating ten extra credit points earned in class. All homework assignments will be assessed in class and many will subsequently be turned in for a grade. 5. Time necessary to complete homework assignments will vary. 6. Late assignments are given zero credit and will not be accepted unless related to an excused absence. (See next section)

57 Make-Up Policy What if I miss a class for an excused reason? A. It is the students responsibility to make up work missed for any reason. B. Agendas posted in the classroom, at Mr. DiNicolas website, and via e- mail can be used to check on missed assignments. C. Be sure to get missed notes from a class mate prior to returning to class! Its your job to stay focused on your education! D. Students have the number of days missed plus one (+1) for making up assignments stemming from excused absences. Extended absences will be handled individually. E. Students missing for any extracurricular activities or any other school-approved absence are responsible to retrieve their work before that class is missed. These students will have the same due dates and responsibilities as those attending class that day.

58 The Check Chart..and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? A. THE CHECK CHART The check chart is a record of student participation in class…and it is all EXTRA CREDIT on other grades in class. During the time checks are being recorded, students may volunteer or be called on involuntarily to answer questions or perform classroom tasks to receive extra credit checks (points). Students will receive checks only for perfectly correct answers. Students will receive an extra credit A grade for every five (5) correct answers (checks) given in class for the first quarter: EXAMPLE: A student gets 80 checks (correct answers) during the first quarter: 80 / 5 = 16 extra As!

59 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? The number of checks needed to get As and the percent value of each A rises every quarter. 1 st Quarter: 90 % A- for every 5 checks 3 rd Quarter: 92 % A- for every 7 checks 2 nd Quarter: 91 % A- for every 6 checks 4 th Quarter: 93 % A for every 8 checks Students who have a higher average grade than the percentage value for checks during a marking period will receive bonus points as follows on their final nine week marking period average: checks earned = + 1 point checks earned = + 2 points 176+ checks earned = + 3 points

60 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? Students will receive a 0 on the check chart for every incorrect answer given in class under conditions designated by Mr. DiNicola. There are other reasons for 0s too… ** A 0 cancels an entire A earned on the check chart!! ** BE READY AT ALL TIMES TO PERFORM!! IT CAN EARN YOU POINTS! B. In-Class and Out-of-Class Cultural/Academic Activities/Games: Students may be awarded bonus points on formative or summative assessments based upon the performance on in-class and out-of-class cultural/academic activities or special review games.

61 Notebook Organization How do I organize my notebook for Mr. DiNicolas class? A. Students should place the appropriate number of dividers in their binders and label them as designated above in section 3. B. Students will place assignments in their notebooks in the appropriate sections by labeling them with the appropriate numbered page for that section in the upper-right hand corner (i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc.). A GoogleDocument will be kept online so that students can see section by section and in what order the assignments should be arranged. C. Students should never remove anything from the notebook without the permission of the teacher. It will become a valuable resource for years to come. D. Students will be given an unannounced notebook quiz and materials grade once per quarter. There are no make-up opportunities for this grade unless the student has an excused absence. E. All loose-leaf paper assignments are to have the following heading: EXAMPLE : François DiNicola français 3 / Classe 5/8 le 28 août 2012

62 Assistance/Enrichment What if I need help beyond the classroom setting?What if I need help beyond the classroom setting? A. Mr. DiNicola is here for you!: You have many ways to reach Mr. DiNicola! If all else fails and you cannot reach him via and have a dire emergency, you may call him at (personal number). This is to be used only in academic circumstances which are related to emergency situations only. B. La Session 0 Française (8h15-8h45 du matin, Salle 122) : National French Honor Society Tutoring Availability: Starting on Monday, September 3, students may come to review with Mr. DiNicola and National French Honor Society students any questions or concerns they may have about their studies in French. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a National French Honor Society student for additional tutoring or assistance, please Mr. DiNicola and this can be arranged.

63 READ CAREFULLY!: THE KEY TO SUCCESS: DISCIPLINE This course will undoubtedly be a very enjoyable one for you in many aspects, but will also require your hard work and dedication to succeed. We are a team with high expectations moving towards a common goal of learning as much as possible concerning the French language and culture. You will notice your skills becoming more and more proficient with the endurance required to succeed. Be confident and follow the instructions in this document carefully to provide yourself with the opportunity to achieve the best! You will do great work!

64 Signatures Required by Wednesday, August 29, 2012 (A) Thursday, August 30, 2012 (B) I understand the guidelines listed above and will follow them completely for the duration of this course. I will also follow all other policies in our BRHS and LCPS handbooks, recognizing that they are in full effect in this classroom. Please give me two checks for bringing this paper back signed by me and a parent/guardian by the next time we have class. STUDENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE: ________________________________ PARENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE : __________________________________ TEACHER INITIALS: ________ DATE: ______ Bonne chance! / Good luck!

65 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

66 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

67 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

68 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

69 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

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79 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

80 Révision par RELAIS! / Le présent indicatif des verbes réguliers : -er / -ir / -re 1. Nous (attacher) nos ceintures de sécurité où?. 2. Est-ce que tu (vérifier) tes examens avant de les donner au prof? 3. Où (enregistrer)-vous les bagages à laéroport? 4. Je (siffler) quand je (voir) un joueur de foot marquer un but. Qui suis- je? 5. Qui (nettoyer) la maison chez toi? 6. Nous (envoyer) des messageries instantanées où? 7. Nous ne (voyager) jamais en hiver à la plage. Pourquoi? 8. Dans quel objet (plonger)-on dhabitude en été? 9. Quest-ce que tu (offrir) à ton petit-ami / petite-amie comme cadeau danniversaire? 10. Quest-ce que vous (couvrir) au commencement de lannée scolaire dans cette classe? 11. Quest-ce que tu (acheter) comme matières scolaires pour la rentrée des classes? 12. Si tu as un billet pour aller voir un groupe de rock en concert, qui (emmener) -tu? 13. Vous (préférer) le chocolat noir, au lait, ou blanc? 14. Je (finir) toujours mes devoirs comme prof, nest-ce pas? 15. Qui (guérir) les malades? 16. En quelle saison les feuilles (jaunir) -elles? 17. Est-ce que vous (réfléchir) au passé de temps en temps? 18. Où est-ce que tu (rendre) des livres à BRHS? 19. Est-ce que vous (vendre) du chocolat? Des portables? 20. Qui (défendre) ta famille? 21. Où est-ce que tes camarades de classe (attendre) lautobus le matin?

81 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 4 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

82 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!

83 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

84 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? Overall grades are based on the number of total points earned per nine-week marking period. All graded assignments will be worth 100 points and utilize the scale above for associations to letter grades: 1. Summative assessments and special projects are weighted twice, making them worth 200 points. EX: Summative assessment score: 80B- x 2 = 160 / 200 points possible 2. All other grades count once unless otherwise announced. 3. Quizzes will be given on an announced and announced basis.

85 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? 4. Homework will be assigned according to agenda listings. Students who fail to complete homework will earn a double-zero on the check chart, eliminating ten extra credit points earned in class. All homework assignments will be assessed in class and many will subsequently be turned in for a grade. 5. Time necessary to complete homework assignments will vary. 6. Late assignments are given zero credit and will not be accepted unless related to an excused absence. (See next section)

86 Make-Up Policy What if I miss a class for an excused reason? A. It is the students responsibility to make up work missed for any reason. B. Agendas posted in the classroom, at Mr. DiNicolas website, and via e- mail can be used to check on missed assignments. C. Be sure to get missed notes from a class mate prior to returning to class! Its your job to stay focused on your education! D. Students have the number of days missed plus one (+1) for making up assignments stemming from excused absences. Extended absences will be handled individually. E. Students missing for any extracurricular activities or any other school-approved absence are responsible to retrieve their work before that class is missed. These students will have the same due dates and responsibilities as those attending class that day.

87 The Check Chart..and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? A. THE CHECK CHART The check chart is a record of student participation in class…and it is all EXTRA CREDIT on other grades in class. During the time checks are being recorded, students may volunteer or be called on involuntarily to answer questions or perform classroom tasks to receive extra credit checks (points). Students will receive checks only for perfectly correct answers. Students will receive an extra credit A grade for every five (5) correct answers (checks) given in class for the first quarter: EXAMPLE: A student gets 80 checks (correct answers) during the first quarter: 80 / 5 = 16 extra As!

88 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? The number of checks needed to get As and the percent value of each A rises every quarter. 1 st Quarter: 90 % A- for every 5 checks 3 rd Quarter: 92 % A- for every 7 checks 2 nd Quarter: 91 % A- for every 6 checks 4 th Quarter: 93 % A for every 8 checks Students who have a higher average grade than the percentage value for checks during a marking period will receive bonus points as follows on their final nine week marking period average: checks earned = + 1 point checks earned = + 2 points 176+ checks earned = + 3 points

89 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? Students will receive a 0 on the check chart for every incorrect answer given in class under conditions designated by Mr. DiNicola. There are other reasons for 0s too… ** A 0 cancels an entire A earned on the check chart!! ** BE READY AT ALL TIMES TO PERFORM!! IT CAN EARN YOU POINTS! B. In-Class and Out-of-Class Cultural/Academic Activities/Games: Students may be awarded bonus points on formative or summative assessments based upon the performance on in-class and out-of-class cultural/academic activities or special review games.

90 Notebook Organization How do I organize my notebook for Mr. DiNicolas class? A. Students should place the appropriate number of dividers in their binders and label them as designated above in section 3. B. Students will place assignments in their notebooks in the appropriate sections by labeling them with the appropriate numbered page for that section in the upper-right hand corner (i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc.). A GoogleDocument will be kept online so that students can see section by section and in what order the assignments should be arranged. C. Students should never remove anything from the notebook without the permission of the teacher. It will become a valuable resource for years to come. D. Students will be given an unannounced notebook quiz and materials grade once per quarter. There are no make-up opportunities for this grade unless the student has an excused absence. E. All loose-leaf paper assignments are to have the following heading: EXAMPLE : François DiNicola français 1 / Classe 6 le 28 août 2012

91 Assistance/Enrichment What if I need help beyond the classroom setting?What if I need help beyond the classroom setting? A. Mr. DiNicola is here for you!: You have many ways to reach Mr. DiNicola! If all else fails and you cannot reach him via and have a dire emergency, you may call him at (personal number). This is to be used only in academic circumstances which are related to emergency situations only. B. La Session 0 Française (8h15-8h45 du matin, Salle 122) : National French Honor Society Tutoring Availability: Starting on Monday, September 3, students may come to review with Mr. DiNicola and National French Honor Society students any questions or concerns they may have about their studies in French. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a National French Honor Society student for additional tutoring or assistance, please Mr. DiNicola and this can be arranged.

92 READ CAREFULLY!: THE KEY TO SUCCESS: DISCIPLINE This course will undoubtedly be a very enjoyable one for you in many aspects, but will also require your hard work and dedication to succeed. We are a team with high expectations moving towards a common goal of learning as much as possible concerning the French language and culture. You will notice your skills becoming more and more proficient with the endurance required to succeed. Be confident and follow the instructions in this document carefully to provide yourself with the opportunity to achieve the best! You will do great work!

93 Signatures Required by Wednesday, August 29, 2012 (A) Thursday, August 30, 2012 (B) I understand the guidelines listed above and will follow them completely for the duration of this course. I will also follow all other policies in our BRHS and LCPS handbooks, recognizing that they are in full effect in this classroom. Please give me two checks for bringing this paper back signed by me and a parent/guardian by the next time we have class. STUDENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE: ________________________________ PARENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE : __________________________________ TEACHER INITIALS: ________ DATE: ______ Bonne chance! / Good luck!

94 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

95 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

96 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

97 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

98 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

99 Greetings 1. Hello. / Good day. 2. Things going OK? a. Things are OK. b. Things are well. c. Things are very well. d. Not bad. e. And you? (informal) f. And you? (formal) 3. mister (Mr.) / sir 4. ma'am (Mrs.) – used for married or "older" woman 5. miss (Miss) – used for unmarried or "younger" woman 6. Goodbye!

100 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

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107 français 1 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE DUE IN CLASS by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012! I. Welcome to French 1 ! A. Renseignements Importants B. LSRW : Dont break it ! C. Information Cards and French Names Act/Dev 1 II. Greetings III. Alphabet IV. Numbers 0-7 V. Classroom Objects : 1. pen 2. pencil 3. notebook 4. student desk 5. teacher 6. flag VI. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Give me your signed rules documents !) VII. DEVOIRS: Practice your French orally before next class !

108 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!

109 français AP® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

110 Votre page >: Qui êtes-vous? 1. Faites le brouillon sur le papier donné en classe. 2. Soyez sûr quun de ces messages nest pas du tout vrai!! 3. Finissez la version électronique et envoyez-la à M. DiNicola cps.org) avant la prochaine cps.org

111 français AP® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

112 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

113 français AP ® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

114 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

115 français AP ® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

116 Qui êtes-vous? Quoi de neuf? 1. Répondez à la première question sur Questionnaire A / B selon le cas. Ne prenez quune minute pour chaque réponse. 2. Échangez votre papier avec celui de votre partenaire. 3. En prenant des tours, lisez la question originale et vérifiez la structure de la réponse de votre partenaire en la lisant à haute voix. 4. Discutez les réponses un peu en conversation. ( secondes) 5. Faites la prochaine question sur la page que vous avez devant vous maintenant! 6. Répétez les étapes 2-5 jusquà ce que vous ayez fini toutes les questions! Vous prenez le cours de français 5H…alors, suivez la bonne piste appropriée pour me montrer vos talents!

117 français AP ® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

118 RELAIS!: Le présent indicatif

119 français AP ® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

120 RELAIS!: Le présent indicatif 1. Sur qui (compter)-vous? Pourquoi? 2. Quel garçon en classe (draguer) toujours les filles? 3. (Refuser)-nous à M. DiNicola de mettre la poubelle dans la corbeille? Pourquoi ou pourquoi pas? 4. Qui (espérer) devenir médecin? Avocat? Ingénieur? Infirmier? 6. Est-ce que tu (jeter) des avions en papier en classe? 7. A quelle heure ta famille (se lever)-elle typiquement? 8. Combien (payer)-on un billet de cinéma de nos jours? 9. Quels sont des exemples de nourriture que nous (manger) le matin? 10. Nous (commencer) cette classe à quelle heure? 11. Vous (se brosser) les dents avant de vous coucher? Pourquoi? 12. Les personnes folles (se parler) régulièrement, non? 13. > Qui (dire) ça souvent en classe? 14. Nous (applaudir) les événements heureux. 15. Le président de la France, ___________________, (défendre) sa patrie avec fierté. 16. Si vous travaillez à Starbucks, quest-ce que vous y (vendre)? 17. A quelle vedette de cinéma (écrire)-tu? 18. Dhabitude, où (aller)-on en été? 19. Quels aliments est-ce que vous (prendre) de votre frigo le soir? 20. Quest-ce que nous (faire) sur internet? 21. Quelles langues (pouvoir)-on parler si on (vivre) en Suisse? 22. Quelle marque de voiture (conduire)-vous? 23. Que (boire)-tu typiquement si tu (avoir) soif?

121 français AP ® le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 5 septembre 2012! CHANTONS ! > Matt Houston I. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles Act/Dev 2 II. Qui êtes-vous et quoi de neuf? Éval 1 III. RELAIS et QUESTIONS!: Le présent indicatif des verbes IV. Petit Examen : Renseignements Importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés !) Éval 3 V. DEVOIRS: Envoyez-moi par votre page > Éval 2

122 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!

123 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

124 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? The Loudoun County Grade Scale will be used in distributing all individual and final grades during the nine-week marking periods, semester averages, and year-end averages: Letter GradeNumeric Grade Range A A93-97 A B B83-86 B C C73-76 C D D63-66 D F0-59

125 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? Overall grades are based on the number of total points earned per nine-week marking period. All graded assignments will be worth 100 points and utilize the scale above for associations to letter grades: 1. Summative assessments and special projects are weighted twice, making them worth 200 points. EX: Summative assessment score: 80B- x 2 = 160 / 200 points possible 2. All other grades count once unless otherwise announced. 3. Quizzes will be given on an announced and announced basis.

126 Assignments and Grading How will we be graded in this course? 4. Homework will be assigned according to agenda listings. Students who fail to complete homework will earn a double-zero on the check chart, eliminating ten extra credit points earned in class. All homework assignments will be assessed in class and many will subsequently be turned in for a grade. 5. Time necessary to complete homework assignments will vary. 6. Late assignments are given zero credit and will not be accepted unless related to an excused absence. (See next section)

127 Make-Up Policy What if I miss a class for an excused reason? A. It is the students responsibility to make up work missed for any reason. B. Agendas posted in the classroom, at Mr. DiNicolas website, and via e- mail can be used to check on missed assignments. C. Be sure to get missed notes from a class mate prior to returning to class! Its your job to stay focused on your education! D. Students have the number of days missed plus one (+1) for making up assignments stemming from excused absences. Extended absences will be handled individually. E. Students missing for any extracurricular activities or any other school-approved absence are responsible to retrieve their work before that class is missed. These students will have the same due dates and responsibilities as those attending class that day.

128 The Check Chart..and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? A. THE CHECK CHART The check chart is a record of student participation in class…and it is all EXTRA CREDIT on other grades in class. During the time checks are being recorded, students may volunteer or be called on involuntarily to answer questions or perform classroom tasks to receive extra credit checks (points). Students will receive checks only for perfectly correct answers. Students will receive an extra credit A grade for every five (5) correct answers (checks) given in class for the first quarter: EXAMPLE: A student gets 80 checks (correct answers) during the first quarter: 80 / 5 = 16 extra As!

129 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? The number of checks needed to get As and the percent value of each A rises every quarter. 1 st Quarter: 90 % A- for every 5 checks 3 rd Quarter: 92 % A- for every 7 checks 2 nd Quarter: 91 % A- for every 6 checks 4 th Quarter: 93 % A for every 8 checks Students who have a higher average grade than the percentage value for checks during a marking period will receive bonus points as follows on their final nine week marking period average: checks earned = + 1 point checks earned = + 2 points 176+ checks earned = + 3 points

130 The Check Chart…and beyond! What types of extra credit can be earned in Mr. DiNicolas classes? Students will receive a 0 on the check chart for every incorrect answer given in class under conditions designated by Mr. DiNicola. There are other reasons for 0s too… ** A 0 cancels an entire A earned on the check chart!! ** BE READY AT ALL TIMES TO PERFORM!! IT CAN EARN YOU POINTS! B. In-Class and Out-of-Class Cultural/Academic Activities/Games: Students may be awarded bonus points on formative or summative assessments based upon the performance on in-class and out-of-class cultural/academic activities or special review games.

131 Notebook Organization How do I organize my notebook for Mr. DiNicolas class? A. Students should place the appropriate number of dividers in their binders and label them as designated above in section 3. B. Students will place assignments in their notebooks in the appropriate sections by labeling them with the appropriate numbered page for that section in the upper-right hand corner (i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc.). A GoogleDocument will be kept online so that students can see section by section and in what order the assignments should be arranged. C. Students should never remove anything from the notebook without the permission of the teacher. It will become a valuable resource for years to come. D. Students will be given an unannounced notebook quiz and materials grade once per quarter. There are no make-up opportunities for this grade unless the student has an excused absence. E. All loose-leaf paper assignments are to have the following heading: EXAMPLE : François DiNicola français 3 / Classe 5/8 le 28 août 2012

132 Assistance/Enrichment What if I need help beyond the classroom setting?What if I need help beyond the classroom setting? A. Mr. DiNicola is here for you!: You have many ways to reach Mr. DiNicola! If all else fails and you cannot reach him via and have a dire emergency, you may call him at (personal number). This is to be used only in academic circumstances which are related to emergency situations only. B. La Session 0 Française (8h15-8h45 du matin, Salle 122) : National French Honor Society Tutoring Availability: Starting on Monday, September 3, students may come to review with Mr. DiNicola and National French Honor Society students any questions or concerns they may have about their studies in French. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a National French Honor Society student for additional tutoring or assistance, please Mr. DiNicola and this can be arranged.

133 READ CAREFULLY!: THE KEY TO SUCCESS: DISCIPLINE This course will undoubtedly be a very enjoyable one for you in many aspects, but will also require your hard work and dedication to succeed. We are a team with high expectations moving towards a common goal of learning as much as possible concerning the French language and culture. You will notice your skills becoming more and more proficient with the endurance required to succeed. Be confident and follow the instructions in this document carefully to provide yourself with the opportunity to achieve the best! You will do great work!

134 Signatures Required by Wednesday, August 29, 2012 (A) Thursday, August 30, 2012 (B) I understand the guidelines listed above and will follow them completely for the duration of this course. I will also follow all other policies in our BRHS and LCPS handbooks, recognizing that they are in full effect in this classroom. Please give me two checks for bringing this paper back signed by me and a parent/guardian by the next time we have class. STUDENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE: ________________________________ PARENT PRINTED NAME / SIGNATURE : __________________________________ TEACHER INITIALS: ________ DATE: ______ Bonne chance! / Good luck!

135 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

136 The Language Learning Chain L-S-R-W Listen Speak Read Write Never break the chain!!!

137 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

138 Les cartes Complete the information card placed on your desk by Mr. DiNicola fully so you can be kept updated on all information for this course! On the top of your card, answer the following: If you could choose one of the following trips abroad, which would you choose? 1. France: Paris, Loire River Valley, Nice 2. France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain

139 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

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149 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

150 Révision par RELAIS! / Le présent indicatif des verbes réguliers : -er / -ir / -re 1. Nous (attacher) nos ceintures de sécurité où?. 2. Est-ce que tu (vérifier) tes examens avant de les donner au prof? 3. Où (enregistrer)-vous les bagages à laéroport? 4. Je (siffler) quand je (voir) un joueur de foot marquer un but. Qui suis- je? 5. Qui (nettoyer) la maison chez toi? 6. Nous (envoyer) des messageries instantanées où? 7. Nous ne (voyager) jamais en hiver à la plage. Pourquoi? 8. Dans quel objet (plonger)-on dhabitude en été? 9. Quest-ce que tu (offrir) à ton petit-ami / petite-amie comme cadeau danniversaire? 10. Quest-ce que vous (couvrir) au commencement de lannée scolaire dans cette classe? 11. Quest-ce que tu (acheter) comme matières scolaires pour la rentrée des classes? 12. Si tu as un billet pour aller voir un groupe de rock en concert, qui (emmener) -tu? 13. Vous (préférer) le chocolat noir, au lait, ou blanc? 14. Je (finir) toujours mes devoirs comme prof, nest-ce pas? 15. Qui (guérir) les malades? 16. En quelle saison les feuilles (jaunir) -elles? 17. Est-ce que vous (réfléchir) au passé de temps en temps? 18. Où est-ce que tu (rendre) des livres à BRHS? 19. Est-ce que vous (vendre) du chocolat? Des portables? 20. Qui (défendre) ta famille? 21. Où est-ce que tes camarades de classe (attendre) lautobus le matin?

151 français 3 le 30 août 2012 ActivitéCahier Matières pour la classe: avant le 6 septembre 2012! I. Finissons de regarder les renseignements importants ! A. LSRW + Cartes dInfos Personnelles B. Présentations Act/Dev 1 II. Vocabulaire : La technologie III. Les verbes au présent indicatif : -er / -re / -ir/-iss réguliers IV. Petit Examen : Les renseignements importants (Donnez-moi les renseignements signés!) Éval 1 V. DEVOIRS: Exercices de Révision 1 Act/Dev 2

152 POUBELLE? : Mettez-la dans la corbeille! Merci!


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