FRENCH 3: Quiz on Thursday, December 5: -ir verbs (Textbook p. 278)
FRENCH 3 and FRENCH 5: The next chapter test will be on Tuesday, November 26!
FRENCH 3: There will be a chapter test on Friday, November 15, covering the vocabulary and structures of Lesson 17.
FRENCH 5: Friday, November 15: Chapter test Lesson 1 and questions by inversion (p. 60).
FRENCH 3: Vocabulary test tomorrow (clothing vocabulary on pages 258, 259, 260).
FRENCH 3: Students are working on a project (Une Famille nombreuse). All students will present on (or before, if they'd like) MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4 - no exceptions!
FRENCH 3: Tuesday, October 29: TEST (Lesson 16).
FRENCH 5: Friday, October 25: TEST: present tense of regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs AND questions words (pages 18 - 22).
FRENCH 3: Tuesday, October 29: TEST: Lesson 16.
FRENCH 3: Friday, October 11: TEST (Textbook pages 218 - 220)
FRENCH 5: Friday, October 11: QUIZ (possessive adjectives)
FRENCH 3: Homework assignment due Monday (October 7): Buy or make a cover for your French book.
NOTE: THIS ASSIGNMENT IS WORTH 10 POINTS! IT CANNOT BE MADE UP!!!
French 3 students will have a vocabulary test on Friday, October 4. They can find the vocabulary listed on page 197 in the textbook.
REMINDER: PLEASE GET or MAKE A COVER FOR YOUR TEXTBOOK!
Textbooks have been distributed in all French classes. Please make/buy a cover!
French 3students are reviewing adjectives and the conjugation of regular -er verbs this week. All students copied the conjugation and filed it under the Structures tab in their binder. There will be a quiz on this on Friday, September 27.
French 5 students are continuing their review of vocabulary and structurs acquired in French 3 and 4. Focus of this review has been the passé composé.There will be a test on these past tense forms on Friday, September 27. Students have copied and filed all pertinent information under the Structures tab in their binder.
French 3 students have been reviewing the irregular verbs aller, avoir, être and faire. All students copied the conjugations and filed them under the Structures tab in their binders. There will be a quiz on these conjugations on Friday, September 20. French 3 students also continued their reading comprehension exercise, and, in groups, worked on writing a summary of the story they read.
Welcome to French class! This past week, all French 3 and French 5 students received a syllabus and a letter for parents/guardians. After reviewing the syllabus with their families, students need to return the signature sheet, signed by them and by a parent/guardian, by Friday, September 13.
The first 1 1/2 weeks of French 3 and French 5 have been spent reviewing vocabulary and structures acquired last year. Some short target-language texts were introduced to work on reading comprehension.
Textbooks will be distributed next week.