University of South Florida, Saint Petersburg, College of Arts and



University of South Florida, Saint Petersburg, College of Arts and
University of South Florida, Saint Petersburg, College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Languages, Literature, and Writing
FRENCH 1120 AND 1120L
(August 23- December 9)
Dr. Sophie Champigny
Davis Hall 231, USF Saint Petersburg
(727) 873-4069
[email protected],
Office Hours:
T, 2-3pm, e-mail or by appointment.
How do I contact you?
1. IN PERSON. During office hours in my office. You may request an appointment for a different
2. PHONE: You can call me during office hours or leave a message if I am not present.
3.E-MAIL. You can send me an e-mail. Policy about e-mails:
• You can send me an e-mail anytime but I will only reply during regular hours, M-F 9-5pm.
• Use the specific subject: FRE 1120
• You should always identify yourself (first name and last name) in your e-mail. Especially if sending
an e-mail from a phone.
• Be as specific as possible in your e-mails. If you are asking for help on an exercise, specify where the
exercise is located on websam or practice, the unit and lesson number, etc.
• As a general rule, always be academic and professional in your e-mails. I will always be professional
and polite and I expect the same courtesy from you, even when you send an e- mail/text message from
a phone.
What do I need for this course?
1. Textbook: Promenades: à travers le monde francophone by Mitschke, Tano, Thiers-Thiam, 2010,
Vista Higher Learning. (FRE1120/1120L: Units 1-5 studied)
Options available to you:
- You can buy the paper textbook
- You can buy the v-text (online interactive textbook, no printed copy)
- You can buy the first volume of the paper textbook only (volume 2 will have to be purchased when
you take FRE1121/1121L)
2. Supersite and Websam passcode.
3. Microphone (headset with microphone mandatory, hands free to type)
Here are the various ISBNs for different packages or items (the first one is the recommended complete
package for the course):
Student Edition w/ Supersite & WebSAM passcode
Student Edition w/ Supersite passcode
Supersite passcode
WebSAM passcode
Supersite & WebSAM passcode
1. Bescherelle: la conjugaison pour tous. ISBN: 9782218922626. (Conjugation book, 501 French
Verbs is also acceptable)
2. Larousse Concise French/English English/French Dictionary. ISBN: 978-2035420480, 2004.
(Any recent dictionary is acceptable).
Where do I buy my materials?
You can buy the materials as a package (textbook and passcode for supersite and websam, ISBN: 9781-60007-924-5):
• at the “Saint Petersburg Barnes and Noble” campus bookstore on site or online: (enter Term: Fall 2010; Department: FRE; Course: FRE 1120; Section:
• on VHL direct (the book company’s sale website):,362,28.htm
• or any other (online) bookstore.
What if I (want to) buy a used textbook?
If you buy a used textbook you need to buy your passcode for the Supersite and for Websam
separately. You may do so anywhere or online with the book company Vista Higher Learning:,28.htm
Can I use these materials again when I take FRE 1121/1121L and FRE 2200?
Your materials and passcode will be the same when you take FRE 1121/1121L or/and FRE 2200 next
semester or in a following semester.
Bienvenus en Français I! French 1120 is an introduction to the language and cultures of the Frenchspeaking world. No previous experience in French is necessary. In this course you will learn the
fundamentals of understanding, reading, writing, and speaking French. You will also learn about French
culture. The course uses the textbook and associated multimedia (audio, video, recording, optional
Internet links) to train you in the five language skills (listening comprehension, reading, writing,
speaking, and culture). FRE 1120 and FRE 1120L cover Unit 1 to Unit 5.The level of proficiency you
will attain will depend on the effort you put forth. The amount of time and effort you put in the course
will directly impact your performance.
Here are the National Standards for Foreign Language Education (as defined by the ACTFL), that
we follow: (
COMMUNICATION Communicate in Languages Other Than English
Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express
feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions
Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of
Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or
readers on a variety of topics.
CULTURES Gain Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures
Standard 2.1: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices
and perspectives of the culture studied
Standard 2.2: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products
and perspectives of the culture studied
CONNECTIONS Connect with Other Disciplines and Acquire Information
Standard 3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the
foreign language
Standard 3.2: Students acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are
only available through the foreign language and its cultures
COMPARISONS Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture
Standard 4.1: Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through
comparisons of the language studied and their own
Standard 4.2: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through
comparisons of the cultures studied and their own.
COMMUNITIES Participate in Multilingual Communities at Home & Around the World
Standard 5.1: Students use the language both within and beyond the school setting
Standard 5.2: Students show evidence of becoming life-long learners by using the language for
personal enjoyment and enrichment
I consider that you are successful in this class and ready for French 2 if, most of the time, you:
- know how to build a sentence in French and how to conjugate a verb.
- know how to use articles and remember to make agreements in gender and number between articles,
nouns, adjectives, pronouns, possessive adjectives, etc.
- understand how and are able to conjugate in the present tense regular verbs (-er,-ir,-re) and some
irregular verbs (e.g. faire, aller, être, prendre).
- are able to talk and write about familiar topics.
- are able to understand and ask basic questions about familiar topics using appropriate interrogative
words and word order.
- are able to generally understand conversations about familiar topics.
- are able to read and generally understand different genres of texts about familiar topics.
- know some basic cultural facts about France and some Francophone countries or regions.
1. SYLLABUS: It is your responsibility to carefully read your syllabus and follow all class rules and
2. S/U (pass/fail) option: Students may elect to take the course on a S/U basis by the third week of
classes. Students taking the course as S/U must complete a minimum of 70% of the work in order to be
assigned an S. Attention: S/U option is not admissible when satisfying the USF language
3. Class Notes/Taping: Class notes or the taping of lectures is permitted but not for purposes of sale.
4. Cell Phones and other electronic devices: They have to be turned off or in vibrating mode for
emergencies. In case of emergency, please step out of the classroom to take or make a call. Texting is
prohibited during class time. If you take calls, text message, or browse the Internet in class, you may be
dismissed from class. If the problem persists, you may be penalized for Academic Disruption (see
5.Laptops: You may only use your laptop for appropriate course work. Laptops are to be turned off
and stored at all other times. If you use your laptop for any inappropriate purposes—checking email,
surfing the internet, doing work for other classes, etc.—then you will be dismissed from class. If the
problem persists, you may be penalized for Academic Disruption (see below).
6.Academic Dishonesty and Disruption: Please read the USFSP Student Code of Conduct Students attending USF are awarded degrees in recognition of
successful completion of coursework in their chosen fields of study. Each individual is expected to earn
his/her degree on the basis of personal effort. Consequently, any form of cheating on examinations or
plagiarism on assigned papers constitutes deceit and dishonesty. Punishment for academic dishonesty
will depend on the seriousness of the offense and may include giving the student an "F" or "Zero" on
the paper, lab, etc. or an F in the course. If the offense is serious enough, it may warrant the student's
suspension or expulsion from the University. Disruption of the classroom or teaching environment is
also unacceptable. Disruption of academic process is defined as the act or words of a student in a
classroom or teaching environment which in the reasonable estimation of a faculty member: (a) direct
attention from the academic matters at hand, such as noisy distractions; persistent, disrespectful, or
abusive interruptions of lecture, exam or academic discussions, or (b) presents a danger to the health,
safety, or well being of the faculty member or students. Punishments for disruption of academic process
will depend on the seriousness of the disruption and will range from a private verbal reprimand to
dismissal from class, temporary or permanent. An academic disruption report will be filed for possible
disciplinary sanctions.
1. ATTENDANCE AND ASSIGNMENTS: Attendance at all class sessions is the minimum
expectation. Class participation is essential to your success in this course. When a class is missed, no
amount of reading can ‘makeup’ the physical act of being in class and actually doing the activities.
Therefore, absences and tardiness will be penalized except in cases of emergency. More than two
unexcused absences will result in your final grade being lowered (e.g. from A to A- to B and so on).
You are responsible for all missed work and for any assignments announced during an absence. Please
contact a fellow student and not your instructor for notes and homework if need be. If an emergency
occurs, students will be required to bring in a doctor’s note prior to returning to class.
2. PARTICIPATION: You are responsible for reading the textbook pages announced in the syllabus
before class and doing any listed assignment in the syllabus. How to prepare for class: Read, take
notes in your notebook, prepare flashcards for memorization, practice doing the exercises in your
textbook, do the exercises in Websam, write down questions to ask in class, look up words you don’t
understand, write down a list of vocabulary in your notebook, visit Internet sites if appropriate. In
class: Be an active and attentive listener, participant, and note taker. Write down everything we do in
class (everything I write on the board and activities you do) in your notebook. Handwriting is very
effective as a memorization tool. Write down complete and correct sentences (names with articles,
etc.). Add to your notes at home (new vocabulary, grammar summary and examples, textbook and
printed Websam exercises as needed). Keep your notes and your work organized and review your notes
for exams.
The following scale is used to assess your class performance grade:
Participation Rubric
100- Speaks often and well, is well prepared for class and volunteers frequently.
90 Contributes ideas and opinions to the group. Uses complete sentences when
appropriate. Speaks to classmates in French. Attends class regularly.
89- Speaks often but needs improvement, is not always prepared and volunteers
80 occasionally. Ideas and opinions are not always well presented. Needs to be
reminded to use French with classmates.
79- Speaks only when spoken to. Listens passively. Uses English too often.
70 Contributes little to group discussions. Uses incomplete sentences or one-word
answers too often. Does not attend class regularly.
0-69 Does not participate sufficiently either because of class performance or
repeated, unexcused absences, tardiness, or leaving class early.
3. COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS: You are required to have access to a working computer
and Internet.
THE “SUPERSITE”: The supersite has 2 main components: the Practice Tab and the Websam Tab.
PRACTICE TAB: Study and practice with the Practice Tab: Watch the videos, listen/repeat the
vocabulary, practice your pronunciation, listening comprehension, and grammar. You need to practice
in the Practice Tab BEFORE doing the assigned and graded exercises in the Websam Tab. You should
have your textbook open at all times while doing the Practice tab. Take notes for yourself and create
flashcards as needed for memorization.
WEBSAM TAB: Exercises to complete and deadlines are assigned electronically. Complete
assigned exercises by the deadline. IMPORTANT: Each unit has two lessons. Make sure you complete
assigned exercises for both lessons on or before the deadline. Doing your assignments on time, will
give you the practice you need to do well on the exams as well as bring weight to your grade. Expect to
spend an average of 8-10 hours a week in completing your assignments. Doing them at the last minute
will be counterproductive. Please Note: There will be no extensions. Whatever you have done by the
deadline will be your grade for that unit. You can make up in future units if need be.
4. COMPOSITIONS: You will write three (3) one page compositions in order to practice writing in
• Margins: 1” each side, Times New Roman Font, Size 12, Double-Spaced, French Accents must
be typed and you must include a title. Other formats will not be accepted.
Attention: Compositions have to be printed and handed to your instructor in class. E-mailed
compositions will not be accepted. Late compositions will not be accepted. Do NOT use online
translators, such as Altavista Babelfish. Using online translators will be considered academic
cheating and you will be referred for disciplinary action.
Here are my realistic expectations for these compositions: I expect you to write basic sentences in
French as correct as possible using what you are learning from the textbook. I do not expect you to
write complex sentences translated from English. I also do not expect fully correct paragraphs. You are
learning another language and making mistakes is part of the learning process. You can still have full
points with minor mistakes. I am also expecting that you will do your best to avoid obvious mistakes
(genders/agreements, etc.) by checking your work with the textbook and using what you are learning
(i.e. double check your conjugations, your agreement rules, the gender of the nouns you use, do not
forget definite or indefinite articles, etc.). Of course, your composition needs to be organized with an
introduction, paragraphs, and a conclusion. Your grade will be based on form (grammar, vocabulary
used, accuracy, length, outline vs series of unorganized ideas) and content (variety of ideas, richness of
vocabulary, interest and originality of piece, cohesion of ideas and accuracy/specificity of the
composition title).
Composition 1: Une page Web : Je me présente (Unité 1 et 2) (35 points)
Write a description of yourself to post on a website. Tell your name, what you study, where you study,
what courses you are taking, what courses you like, how old you are, etc. You can use the questions
below as guide. Use the textbook vocabulary and structures. Double check your articles (gender and
number), adjective agreements, and your verb conjugations. Review être, avoir, adjectives, and
adjective agreements, verbs in –ER, etc. Think about using negations (Je suis…/Je ne suis pas, etc.). Be
as detailed and specific as you can. Read “Writing in French” p. 29 and “Brainstorming” p. 61 and
follow the guidelines p. 61.
Composition 2: Une lettre : Ma famille, mes amis (Unité 3) (30 points)
Write a letter to a French pal. Describe your family using possessive adjectives and descriptive
adjectives (pay attention to agreements and place of adjectives). Describe family members and friends
physically (hair, eye color, etc) and describe their personality. Give their professions. Combien êtesvous dans la famille ? Avez-vous des frères et des sœurs ? Comment s’appellent-ils ? Comment est
votre père ? Votre mère ? Quelles sont leurs professions ?, etc. Read “Using idea maps” and follow the
guidelines p.93.
Composition 3 : Une brochure : Mes goûts alimentaires et mes loisirs dans ma ville (Unités 4 et 5)
(35 points)
Create a brochure. Describe what you like to eat, where you dine out or have coffee with friends.
Describe what you have in the morning (breaskfast), afternoon (snack), at diner, at home or in your
city, etc. Tell us what you like to do during the week, or during you vacations. Do you have a favorite
sport, do you do a regular activity? When, what day, at what time, where? What activities do you
dislike, why?, etc. Add pictures as needed. Read “Adding details” p. 125 and “Using a dictionary” p.
5. ORAL PRESENTATION: You will have a short multimedia oral presentation (5-10 minutes) on a
topic listed on the syllabus.
6. EXAMS: You will have 3 exams. There will be no make-ups for exams. Exam 1 will cover Unit 1
and 2, Exam 2 will cover Unit 3 and Exam 3 will cover Unit 4 and 5. Exams will be comprehensive
and include listening comprehension, vocabulary, grammar (structures), reading comprehension,
culture, and writing sections.
FRE 1120 (Letter Grade)
Presence and Class Performance……………
Oral Presentation………………………………
30% (10% each)
45% (15% each exam)
Total……………………………………………… 100%
(Please note: 70% or C- is the minimum grade you need in FRE 1120 to satisfy the Language
Requirement and pass the course)
FRE 1120 L (S or U Grade)
Supersite Websam Unit 1 ……………........................................
Supersite Websam Unit 2………………......................................
Supersite Websam Unit 3…………………………………………… 20%
Supersite Websam Unit 4…………………………………………… 20%
Supersite Websam Unit 5 …………………………………………. 20%
Total: …………………………………………………………………. 100%
(Please note: 70% or C- is the minimum you need to receive an “S” in FRE 1120L and pass the course)
Note: You need to get at least C- in FRE1120 and S in FRE 1120L to pass the course. If you get less
than C- in FRE 1120 and S in FRE1120L you will need to repeat the course. If you get C- or more in
FRE1120 and U in FRE 1120L you will need to repeat the course.
Sep. 30: Comp 1 + Websam Unit 1 and 2
Oct. 7: Exam # 1 (Unit 1 and 2)
Oct. 19: Comp 2+ Websam Unit 3
Oct. 26: Exam # 2 (Unit 3)
Nov. 30: Comp 3+ Websam Units 4 and 5
Dec. 2: Exam # 3 (Unit 4 and 5)
+ Oral presentation:
(add your date)
How to sign up in the Supersite:
First day on the Supersite
After logging in, you are in the Supersite, in the Practice Tab. Go to Help/Support Resources at the
bottom right of the page and take The Supersite Student Guided Tour (see “navigating the supersite”
and other topics as needed). For any technical issue during the course, contact VHL Technical
Support: Click on the link under Help/Support resources or call 1.800.248.2813.
Studying and Submitting your assignments in the Supersite:
It is best if you have your textbook open at all times when you are doing the Practice and Websam.
Read and study your textbook along with the Practice Tab: listen to the vocabulary, watch the
videos, practice your speaking, practice before your tests. Give yourself time to study with the Practice
Tab before you do the Websam Tab or go back and forth.
Practice Tab
#1. Start in the Practice Tab.
#2. Click on Unité 1: Salut. All exercises appear. Headings correspond to the textbook Headings
(Contextes, Roman Photo, Lecture culturelle, Flash Culture, Structures, Synthèse). The Practice tab
follows the order of the textbook. Exercises that also appear in your textbook have a textbook page
number next to them. Refer to your textbook as needed. The Practice Tab is for practice! Use this as
practice before doing the Websam.
#3. Under Leçon 1 : Ça va ? and Contextes, Click on Pratiquez le vocabulaire. Then complete the
assigned exercises by clicking on each one.
#4.Under Roman-Photo click on Episode: Au café to watch the video (see images in your textbook)
and then complete the exercises needed, etc.
#5. Finish your Leçon 1 exercises and then Scroll down to Leçon 2: En classe. Complete exercises as
needed for practice.Once you are done with the Practice Tab, click on the Websam Tab.
Websam Tab
Please note: All due assignments also appear on the right hand side. They will pop up directly from
there but it is better if you do them as listed on the main Unit page with the headings. Again, all
exercises in Websam are under Headings that match the textbook Headings. Refer to your textbook as
needed while doing these exercises. Do all assigned exercises before or on the deadline listed. You can
work ahead of the deadline and work in any particular order in each Unit. Just make sure that you have
submitted all exercises for each unit in both lessons before or on the deadline listed.
Pour le 24: Rentrée des classes! Présentations
Pour le 26:
Contextes : Study « Les salutations : Ça va? » p. 2-3, ex. 1- 3 p. 3.
Les sons et les lettres: L’alphabet et les accents p.5, practice spelling your name.
Roman-Photo: « Au café » [Watch] p. 6-7, activité p. 6.
Lecture culturelle: « La poignée de main ou la bise? » p.8-9, activité 1 p. 8.
Pour le 31:
Structures: Study « Les noms et les articles » p.10-11, ex. 1, 2, 4 p. 10-11, « essayez » p.11.
Etudiez « Les nombres 0-60» p.12-13, ex. 1, 2, 5, p.12-13, « essayez » p. 13.
Culture: Find 2-3 differences between greetings in France and in the US. Watch « Flash Culture » on
the Supersite Practice.
Pour le 2:
Etudiez « Les nombres 0-60» p.12-13, ex. 1, 2, 5, p.12-13, « essayez » p. 13.
Etudiez « Il y a/Il n’y a pas » et « Combien de » p. 13
Contextes: Pratiquez le vocabulaire « En classe »p. 16-17, ex. 2-3 p. 17.
Pour le 7:
Contextes: Ex. 4 p.18.
Les sons et les lettres : Silent letters p. 19
Roman-Photo: « Les copains » p.20 [Watch], activités 1-2 p. 20-21.
Lecture culturelle: « Qu’est-ce qu’un Français typique? »: p. 22 [Read], activité 1 p. 22.
Structures: Le verbe être (pp. 24-25): ex.1, 2, 4 (FLASHCARD : Je suis, etc.)
Pour le 9:
Structures: Le verbe être (pp. 24-25): ex.1, 2, 4 (FLASHCARD : Je suis, etc.)
Structures: « Adjective agreement» p. 26-27, ex. 1, 2, 4, « essayez » p. 27.
Panorama: Lisez [read] “Le monde francophone” p. 30-31, “Qu’est-ce que vous avez appris?” p. 31.
Pour le 14:
Contextes: Les cours (pp. 34-35) : ex. 1, 2, 3, 5 pp. 35-36 ; ex. 4 p. 46.
Les sons et les lettres : Les liaisons
Roman photo: « Trop de devoirs » [Regardez] p. 38-39, activité 1 p. 38.
Structures: J’aime/Je n’aime pas, Present tense of regular –ER verbs p. 42.
Pour le 16:
Structures: Etudiez «–ER verbs (Flashcard -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent) p. 42-43, ex. 1, 2, 3, 6 ;
«essayez» p.43, Etudiez « Forming questions and negation » p. 44-45, ex. 1, 2, 3, 5 ; « essayez »
Pour le 21:
Contextes: Etudiez «Une semaine à la fac» p. 48-49, ex. 2, 3, 4, 6 p. 49-50.
Les sons et les lettres : La lettre R
Roman photo: «On trouve une solution» p. 52-53, activité 1 p. 52.
Lecture culturelle: « Les cours universitaires» p. 54-55, activité 1 p. 54 et « le bac » p. 55.
Watch Flash Culture « A la fac » Supersite Practice.
Structures: Le verbe « avoir » et « les expressions avec avoir » p. 56-57, ex 1, 2, 4; « essayez » p.57
Pour le 23:
Structures: Le verbe « avoir » et « Les expressions avec avoir » p. 56-57, ex 1, 2, 4; « essayez » p.57
Structures : Etudier « L’heure » p. 58-59, ex. 1- 4, « essayez » p.59.
Lire Panorama pp.62-63, qu’est-ce que vous avez appris p. 63.
Présentation orale : Décrivez votre emploi du temps de la semaine.
Pour le 28:
Contextes: « La famille » p.66-67, ex. 1, 2, 3 p. 67. Apportez des photos de votre famille, de vos
ami(e)s et de vos animaux domestiques.
Structures: Les adjectifs descriptifs p.74-75: ex. 1, 2 p.74; « essayez » p. 75, « les adjectifs possessifs
p.76-77 : ex. 1-2, « essayez » p. 77.
Rendre la composition 1/ Finir Websam Unités 1 et 2.
Pour le 30:
Les sons et les lettres : L’accent aigu et l’accent grave p. 69
Roman photo: « L’album de photos» p. 70-71, activités 1-2.
Lecture culturelle: « La famille en France » p.72-73, activité 1 p. 72. Discutez 2-3 différences entre la
vie familiale en France et aux Etats-Unis.
Watch Flash Culture « La famille et les copains » Supersite Practice.
Présentation orale : Décrivez un membre de famille, un ami ou un animal domestique.
Pour le 5:
Examen #1 , Unités 1 et 2.
Pour le 7:
Contextes: «Comment sont-ils? », «Les descriptions et professions» p.80-81, ex. 2, 3 p. 81.
Les sons et les lettres: L’accent circonflexe, la cédille et le tréma
Roman photo: « On travaille chez moi! », Activité 1 p.84
Structures: « Les nombres 61-100 » p.88-89, ex.1, 2, 3 p. 89
Présentation orale: Décrivez la profession de membres de votre famille ou une profession que
vous aimez.
Pour le 12:
Structures: « Les prépositions de lieux » p.90-91, ex. 1, 2, 5, « essayez » p.91
Lecture culturelle: « L’amitié » p. 86-87, activité 1 p. 86. Présentation orale: Présentez un acteur ou une
actrice français(e), basée sur la description «des Depardieu» p. 87.
Panorama: “Paris” p. 94-95, “Qu’est-ce que vous avez appris?” p.95. Présentation orale: Choisir 1
monument ou un musée de Paris. Quelles sont les raisons de votre choix ?
Film : Un air de famille, Cédric Klapish (1996)
Rendre la composition 2/Finir Websam Unité 3
Pour le 19:
Film : Un air de famille, Cédric Klapish (1996)
Discussion sur le film, réponses au questionnaire.
Présentation orale: Présentez un film français que vous aimez.
Pour le 21:
Examen# 2- Unité 3.
Pour le 26:
Contextes: Les lieux en ville, « Où allons-nous? » p.98-99, ex. 1- 3 p. 99, ex. 4 p. 100.
Les sons et les lettres : Oral vowels p.101
Roman photo : « Star du cinéma » p.102-103, activité 1 p. 102.
Structures: Le verbe « aller » p.106-107 (Flashcard), ex. 1-4, essayez p. 107
Présentation orale: Présentez un lieu dans votre ville ou votre quartier où vous aimez aller.
Pour le 28:
Structures: « Les mots interrogatifs » p.108-109, ex. 1-3 p.108, essayez p. 109
Lecture culturelle: Lire « Les passe-temps des jeunes Français » p. 104 Activité 1 p. 104.
Présentation orale: Présentez vos loisirs ou les loisirs de votre famille.
Pour le 2:
Contextes: « J’ai faim » p 112-13, ex. 1, 2, 3 p.113
Roman-Photo: « L’heure du déjeuner »
Structures: Les verbes prendre et boire p.120 ex. 1, 2, « essayez » p.120
Structures: Les articles partitifs, p.122, ex. 1, 2, essayez p.122
Pour le 4:
Structures : Les articles partitifs
Lecture culturelle : « Le café français »
Watch Flash Culture « Au café » Supersite Practice.
Présentation orale: Présentez un café parisien célèbre.
Lisez : « Panorama » p.126. Présentation orale: Giverny et Claude Monet
Présentez à la classe un des personnages célèbres p.126
Pour le 9:
Contextes: « Le temps libre » p. 130-131, ex 2-3 p. 131. Ecrire 5 questions en utilisant le vocabulaire et
l’inversion. Ex. 7p. 132. Les sons et les lettres: Intonation
Roman photo: « Au parc » p. 134-135, activités 1-2 p. 134-135.
Watch Flash Culture « Les loisirs » Supersite Practice.
Structures: Etudiez le verbe «faire» et les expressions avec «faire », ex 1-2 p. 139, « essayez » p. 139.
Pour le 11:
Structures: Etudiez les verbes irréguliers en –IR et faire ex.1 et « essayez» p. 140-141.
Lecture culturelle: « Le football » p. 136-137. A votre avis, est-ce que le football est aussi populaire
aux Etats-Unis qu’en France? Donnez 2 raisons.
Pour le 16:
Contextes : « Quel temps fait-il? » p. 144-145, ex 2, 3 p.145.
Roman-Photo: « Quel temps » p.148, Activité 1 p. 148
Review: le verbe « faire » p. 139.
Structures : « Numbers 101 and higher »
Lecture culturelle: « Les jardins publics français » p.150 Activité 1 p. 150.
Présentation orale : Présentez le jardin du Luxembourg, le jardin des Tuileries et la foire du Trône.
Pour le 18:
Structures : Spelling change –Er verbs p. 154, ex. 1, 3 p. 154, essayez p. 155.
Lire Panorama : Les pays de la Loire, le centre. Qu’est-ce que vous avez appris ? p. 159.
Présentez un des personnages célèbres à la classe.
Pour le 23:
Présentation orale : La vallée de la Loire et ses châteaux.
Pour le 25: Pas de classe, Thanksgiving :-)
Pour le 30: REVISION UNITES 4-5
Rendre la composition 3/ Finir Websam Unités 4 et 5.
Pour le 2:
Examen# 3 Unités 4 et 5