Articulation Template MS French
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VOCABULARYClassroom Objects and Commands; Greetings; Asking and expressing feelings; Colors; Numbers 1-15Days of the week; Months and seasons; Numbers 16-39; Describing the weather; Talking about what activities we like; Animals; Family; Food (French 5 is a semester-long coure; see 1st Quarter)(French 5 is a semester-long course; see 2nd Quarter)VOCABULARYGreetings and introductions; Asking and expressing feelings; The French alphabet; Names of written accents; Numbers 1-69; Nouns of place and personClassroom objects; School subjects; Adjectives of personality; Adjectivies of nationality; Expressing preferencesContinuation of school subjects and expresing preferences; Telling time;talking about the days of the week and months of the year; Numbers 70+Expressions with avoir; Introduction to family and friends vocabulary; Possessive Adjectives; Year-end reviewVOCABULARYSalutations & classroom expressions;
Classroom commands;
Classroom objects;
Weather conditions;
Personal identification (name, age, birthday, etc.)
Likes & dislikes;
Favorite activities;
Numbers;
Family & friend Vocabulary;
Pet vocabulary;
Descriptive & Irregular Adjectives;
Possessive Adjectives;
Professions and occupations
Continued: Family & friend Vocabulary;
Pet vocabulary;
Descriptive Adjectives; Irregular Adjectives;
Possessive Adjectives;
Professions and occupations;
words for family members and marital status;
Names for places around town; Supplementary vocabulary for different places;
Terms for activities around town; Giving & following directions;
to pronounce oral vowels;
Pastimes and le verlan ;
Interrogative words;



Terms for food items at a café; Meal vocabulary; Drink vocabulary; Expressions of quantity; Question words; VOCABULARYSalutations and classroom expressions;Classroom commands; weather conditions; questions & responses; intitiating conversations; weekend plans; interests & favorite activities; personal identification (name, age, birthday, birthyear, nationality, etc.); discussing past events; Terms for sports & leisure activitiesTerms for sports & leisure activities; expressions with faire; terms for seasons and months; weather expressions; dates; months & days; numbers; natural disasters; Clothing Vocabulary; shopping, & colorsClothing vocabulary (continued); shopping, & colors; terms for parties and celebrations; terms for the stages of life; terms for travel and vacation (En vacances); names of countries and nationalities; transportation & lodging; places & directionsTerms related to hotels and accommodations (À l’hôtel); ordinal numbers; prices; expressions for sequencing events; Terms of the parts of the house; terms for furniture; Terms for household chores
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GRAMMARForming questions; Constructing full sentences; Giving commands; Introduction to French pronunciation and spelling Affirmation and Negation; Diacritic marks in French spelling(French 5 is a semester-long course; see 1st Quarter)(French 5 is a semseter-long course; see 2nd Quarter)GRAMMARDefinite and Indefinite artciles; Grammatical gender in French nouns; Grammatical number in French nouns; Formal vs informal in FrenchAffirmation and Negation; Adjectives and adjective agreement; French pronouns and their function; Conjugating the verb être in the present tense; Conjugating regular -er verbs in the present tense; Using the preposition à and its contractionsContinuation of congugating regular -er verbs in the present tense; Conjugating spell-change verbs in the present tense; Forming questions with qu'est-ce que and through intonationConjugating the verb avoir in the present tense; Forming questions using inversion; Expression possession and agreement of possessive adjectivesGRAMMARMasculine, feminine, and plural nouns; Adjective forms
Noun-adjective agreement
Forming Questions and Responses
Regular -ER verbs & verb patterns; definite & indefinite articles
Adjective forms;
Noun-adjective agreement; definite & indefinite articles;
Possessive adjectives;
Express possession and relationships using de;
masculine, feminine, and plural forms;
Irregular verbs être et avoir; personal and character descriptions
New regular -ER Unit Verbs;
l’accent circonflexe, la cédille, and le tréma, l’accent aigu and l’accent grave; some prepositions of location;
The irregular verb aller and expressing future actions with it; The preposition à and contractions with it; Regular -ER verbs related to getting around town and activities around town; Regular -IR verbs; prepositions of location; Forming questions; Present tense of the irregular verbs prendre & boire; apprendre & comprendre; Forming commands; masculine & feminine nouns (food items); the partitive; definite & indefinite articles;GRAMMARRegular -IR verbs; Regular -ER verbs; Regular -RE verbs; Intro to the past tense with regular verbs; irregular verbs; forming questions and responses; question words; The preposition à and contractions with it; Recognizing & Identifying tenses; masculine and feminine nouns; Noun-Adjective Agreement; Subject-Verb agreement; Adverbs of frequency; the verb faire; the expression il faut; irregular -ir verbs; -er verbs with spelling changes; irregular verbs Demonstrative adjectives; Noun-adjective agreement; Le passé composé with avoir; some irregular past participles; indirect object pronouns; disjunctive pronouns; regular & irregular -re verbs; Le passé composé avec être; direct object pronouns; Formation & usage of adverbs; l'imparfait; irregular verbs; Le passé composé with avoir; Le passé composé avec être; direct object pronouns; Forming commands (giving and following directions)
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CULTUREForms of greetings; Cities of France; La langue de signes française (French sign language)(French 5 is a semester-long course; see 1st Quarter)(French 5 is a semester-long course; see2nd Quarter)CULTURELa Rentrée in France; The Francophone WorldDisspelling French stereotypes; Regional languages of France; la Toussaint; Winter markets in FranceLe bac, Comparing French and American school systemsGeography of France; French school schedules; Les vacancesCULTUREComparing & Contrasting American & French families; Discussing interests and favorite activities Francophone countries; towns & cities; cultural sites/locations; museums & monuments; modes of transportation; The Swiss national airline; reading and following directions & maps; The role of the café in France and the cafés of North Africa;
Cafés and food items through specifically shot video footage, recipes, cooking videos, menus
CULTUREle football en France; le vélo; comparing & contrasting sports and leisure-time activities; Carnaval and France's Bastille Day; festivals & holiday celebrationsCarnaval and France's Bastille Day; festivals & holiday celebrations; Fashion in France and francophone countries; la mode en Francecultural and historical information about various francophone countries and regions; travel information and websites; comparing and contrasting cultural information;
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