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French I Verb review

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Objective- Reveiwing -IR and RE verbs. Reviewing Unité 6

1. Review -IR verbs: Go here and select the following verbs to review:

choisir- To choose
finir - To finish
obéir - To obey
punir - To punish
réfléchir - To think
remplir - To fill
réussir- To succeed
rougir - To blush


2. Review -RE verbs: Go here and select FIVE verbs to review:

3. Select ONE of the following games:

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3


French II- Imperfect review



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 Objective- To review the imperfect tense:

1. Go HERE to practice conjugating 10 verbs.

2. Go to QUIA and type l'imparfait in the search box. Find three activities to complete.

3. Evaluation- Two stars and a wish: Post a comment to this post and tell which activities went well today and what you would do differently. List the verbs you conjugated as well as the activities you did. 


French II- Les Chateaux

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Azay le Rideau- by   Joe Shlabotnik  Fickr Creative Commons

Château French II

Power Point Computer Lab Châteaux

 

 

Objective- To learn about a new château and to create a powerpoint.

Preactivity-

1. Complete the survey to choose your favorite château. You will put your first name and and last inital in the form for the survey. Click on participate in the box below to start the survey. Use the following link if you can not view the embedded survey


Poll- Quel est votre château favori?


2. Creating an acccount at Wikispaces. You will follow the directions on the powerpoint to create an account at Wiksipaces. Make SURE you create an acount for your correct class period!

Note: Your username will be your first name and last initial +EHS10. Ex. dianekehs10. Your password will be your school password.

Period 5

Period 7


Download how-to-use-wiki.ppt (545.0K)

 

Activity

 

 

 

Partie 1

 Task: Create a powerpoint of one of the following châteaux. Name your file your last name_name of château. You will upload your Powerpoint to your Wikispace page.

  

Amboise, Azay le Rideau, Blois, Chaumont, Cheverny, Ussé, or Villandry. You should be able to find most of your information from this page. You may NOT use  Chenonceau, Chambord or Versailles. You may use the other links if you need more information.

** Do not spend a lot of time creating special effects or adding music. This is going to be a very basic Power Point.

  

*** Remember you must save all pictures to your H drive. Be sure to document all sources of photos.

  

Download the following file. DO NOT change the formatting DO NOT skip spaces. You will be sending this document to Power Point.

Download Chateau Word Template

  

Directions on how to  turn a Word document int a Powerpoint are here

  

  

Citing sources- Be sure to cite all  sources used for photos or information

You can use Citation Machine

  

Pictures- Use  copyright free images ONLY!  You will find photos on the  Flickr Creative Commons  

  

  

 

Slide 1- Title slide containing your name, class period, and the title of your chateau

 

Answer the following questions.

 

Slide 2  - 

When was the chateatu built?

For  whom was the chateau built?

For what reason was the chateau built?

 

Slide 3

Three unique features of the chateau

1.                               

2.                            

3

 

Slide 4

Two Important events:

1.

2.

 

Slide 5

Two important people:

1.

2.

 

Slide 6

Why you like the chateau and where you would have liked to live there or not

 

Slide 7

Five fill in the blank questions and answers about your chateau

Question

Answer

 

 


 


 

 


 


 

 


 


 

 


 


 

 


 


 

Slides 8 and 9: Create two slides based on your personal interest to this chateau. Remember that everytrhing should be in your own words and you should not merely cut and paste.

 

Slide 10:  Web sources:

q       You should be sure to document your web sources for your information and pictures

You can use the Citation Machine to create your citations.

 

***Extra Credit- For additional credit you may add extra slides of your personal interest of an additional chateau.

 

 

 

 

  

Partie 2- You should upload your file to your page on the wikispaces page. Save all photos to your H drive and upload the images to your page as well.

  

  

Chateaux de la Loire Links

 

 

 


Text Version - List of Sites:

 

French châteaux  - Start here first

http://www.french-at-a-touch.com/Chateaux/chateaux.htm

 

1. Castle World

·         Site Location: http://www.castles.org/castles/Europe/Western_Europe/France/
Links to French castles in English

2. Loire Valley

·         Site Location: http://www.chateaux-france.com/res_loire-en.html

 

3. Loire Valley Castles France

·         Site Location: http://www.castles-france.net/loire-valley/

 

 

4. Loire Valley

·         Site Location: http://www.terragalleria.com/europe/france/loire-valley/loire-valley.html
The Loire Valley is a cultural landscape of great beauty, containing historic towns and villages, great architectural monuments, and cultivated lands formed by many centuries of interaction between their population and the physical environment. The architectural monuments span the period which saw the transition from castles as defensive structures (Loches) to renaissance chateaux, places of luxury, pleasure and refinement, which have retained defensive elements only for ornemental reasons.

5. Loire Valley and its chateaux

·         Site Location: http://www.jack-travel.com/Loire/html/loire_valley_droite.htm

 

 

6. Loire valley

·         Site Location: http://www.westernfrancetouristboard.com/loireframegoog.html
Often called the " Garden of France" The Loire Valley is an enchanted land of vineyards, flowers and rolling green hills dotted with more than a thousand medieval, can meander along the Loire River's  gently sloping banks savoring its architectural glories, its pastoral rhythm and its famous wines.

7. Chateaux of the Loire Valley

·         Site Location: http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/jive/242/Castles-e.html

 

 

8. Loire Valley Online

·         Site Location: http://www.lvo.com/GB/INDEX.HTML
The internet reference of the Loire Valley

9. French at a Touch

·         Site Location: http://www.french-at-a-touch.com/Chateaux/chateaux.htm
The French châteaux are both magnificent and architecturally aesthetic. On this page we have listed some of the more noted National and privately owned historical and medieval French châteaux and walled cities, with links to their web sites. Links with photos.

10. Région Centre Loire Valley

·         Site Location: http://www.inter-coproprietes.com/R%E9gions/Centre/centre.html

11. Bed and Breakfast in the Loire Valley

·         Site Location: http://www.frenchconnections.co.uk/indexes/loirevalleybb.aspx

 

 

12. Tourism Touraine

·         Site Location: http://www.tourism-touraine.com/touraine/anglais/decouv/index.htm

  

13. Citing Web resouces

Works cited electronic sources

 

 

  

  

 

Nom  ____________________________________    Classe _______

Content - Writing  

 


Student Evaluation

 Teacher Evaluation

15

All material is in publishable form; that is, it is thoroughly proof-read and without careless errors.

 


 


15

All your information is well researched, well written, well organized and IN YOUR OWN VOICE and not merely a cut and paste job.

 


 


5

Presentation has a title page.

 


 


5

Presentation has a bibliography page

 


 


40

Total writing points

 


 


Content - Technical

20

The presentation includes a minimum of 10 slides.

 


 


5

The presentations includes a five question short answer quiz

 


 


25

Total technical points

 


 


Technical Organization

5

You can access  your H drive and have saved your presentation (web site) in your personal folder.

 


 


10

A printed form of your presentation has been given to your teacher (6 slides per page)

 


 


5

An electronic form of your presentation has been given to your teacher through a folder which will be set up on the server by your teacher

 


 


10

Class time is used effectively

 


 


35

Total of technical organization

 


 


 


TOTAL OF ALL POINTS

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nom  ____________________________________    Classe _______

Content - Writing  

 


Student Evaluation

 Teacher Evaluation

15

All material is in publishable form; that is, it is thoroughly proof-read and without careless errors.

 


 


15

All your information is well researched, well written, well organized and IN YOUR OWN VOICE and not merely a cut and paste job.

 


 


5

Presentation has a title page.

 


 


5

Presentation has a bibliography page

 


 


40

Total writing points

 


 


Content - Technical

20

The presentation includes a minimum of 10 slides.

 


 


5

The presentations includes a five question short answer quiz

 


 


25

Total technical points

 


 


Technical Organization

5

You can access  your H drive and have saved your presentation (web site) in your personal folder.

 


 


10

A printed form of your presentation has been given to your teacher (6 slides per page)

 


 


5

An electronic form of your presentation has been given to your teacher through a folder which will be set up on the server by your teacher

 


 


10

Class time is used effectively

 


 


35

Total of technical organization

 


 


 


TOTAL OF ALL POINTS

 


 


 

 


French I- 13 avril

French I- Internet Scavenger Hunt

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Objective- You will take a virtual scavenger hunt to locate various monuments and locations in Paris.

Before completing the activity- Preparing your document

Right click and "save as" you last name with today's day. Open Word and locate your document. Type into the gray text boxes. Be sure your name is on both pages.

Download unit_5_lab_activity_scavenger_hunt.doc

Use this link for Franceway for the first question

During the activity

You will not have time to waste. You should be able to complete all questions within the time allotted.

When you have finished, print out your document and check your name off on the roster.

  • Click here to convert Francs to Euros

  • To find the Metro station, look for the red M.

  • To see a close up view, find the address of a monument and put the address in Google Maps


After the activity- Reflection on activity

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Respond to this activity by copying the following questions into the comment box. Answer all questions. Remember to use only your FIRST name and class period.

What new vocabulary did you learn today?
What I liked about these exercises...
What I didn’t like about these exercises...

Which scavenger hunt item was the easiest to find?

Which scavenger hunt item was most difficult to find?
What I would do differently....