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									French III Pacing Guide -August
People and Places (Discovering French Nouveau Blanc Reprise & Unité 1)*

Essential Questions: What are people from French-speaking countries like? How are they
different from and similar to me?
What students will be able to do
Elements MLI.IP1A                           Use basic greetings, farewells, and
                                            expressions of courtesy
MLI.IP1B                                    Express like/dislike, emotions, and
                                            agreement/disagreement
MLI.IP1G                                    Ask questions and provide responses
                                            based on suggested topics
MLI.IP1H                                    Use sequenced information (alphabet,
                                            days of week, numbers 0-100, etc) in
                                            context
MLI.IP2A                                    Initiate, participate in, and close brief oral
                                            or written exchanges
MLI.IP2B                                    Use formal and informal forms of address
MLI.P1B                                     Give basic information about self and
                                            others, including school, family,
                                            activities, etc.
MLI.CU1C                                    Describe customs and traditions of the
                                            culture, such as greetings, celebrations,
                                            and courtesies
MLI.CCC1A                                   Demonstrate basic geographical
                                            knowledge
MLI.CCC1B                                   Apply previously learned skills from
                                            other subjects
MLI.CCC2B                                   Demonstrate an awareness of the
                                            students’ own culture
What students will know
Reprise unit is intended as a review/catch-all unit for use toward the end of First Year language
learning. Most, if not all, of the grammar structures needed for the unit have already been taught
during the course of the year.
Unit 1:
Vocabulary: extended family, professions, telephone etiquette,
Verbs: additional expressions with être, avoir and faire, verbs like venir
Grammar: recent past, additional irregular adjectives, question formation using inversion, depuis
w/present tense

ASSESSMENTS:
GO TO:
https://www.georgiastandards.org/Frameworks/GSO%20Frameworks/French%20Level%20II%20Un
it%201%20People%20Places%20Activity%201A.pdf
No quizzes or test for Reprise. Must be created by teacher if desired.
Unit 1: Lesson quizzes 1-4; Unit 1 test.
*Unit numbers in Text do not necessarily correspond to State unit numbers.
French III Pacing Guide – September
Daily Life (Discovering French Nouveau Blanc Unit 2)*

 Essential Questions: What roles do leisure activities play in the lives of students
in French-speaking countries?

What students will be able to do
Elements
MLII.IP1A Express needs and preferences
MLII.IP1B Express feelings and emotions
MLII.IP1D Give descriptions
MLII.IP1F Ask questions and provide responses based on topics such as self, others, and the
immediate environment
MLII.IP1G Ask questions and provide responses about plans and events
MLII.IP2A Initiate, participate in, and close an oral or written exchange
MLII.IP2D Demonstrate Novice-Mid to Novice-High proficiency in oral and written exchanges with
respect to proper pronunciation, intonation, and writing mechanics.
MLII.INT1A Identify main ideas and essential details when reading and listening
MLII.INT1D Demonstrate Novice-Mid to Novice-High proficiency in listening, viewing and reading
comprehension
MLII.INT2A Differentiate among increasingly complex statements, questions, and exclamations.
MLII.P1A Relate main ideas and essential details from level-appropriate print or non-print material
MLII.P1C Write short, organized compositions, using visual and technological support as
appropriate.
MLII.P1E Demonstrate Novice-Mid to Novice-High proficiency in oral and written presentations
with respect to proper pronunciation, intonation, and writing mechanics.
MLII.P2B Demonstrate comprehension of material
MLII.CCC3B Use level-appropriate idiomatic expressions in the target language
What students should know
Vocabulary related to: time, clothing, hygiene, food, sports, school, daily tasks, weather
Verbs: conjugated like prendre, mettre, sortir, voir,
Tenses: Present, Passé compose, near future (Aller + infinitive) (going to do something)
Transitions of time: ensuite (then), puis(next), après (after), avant (before)
Negation of sentences

ASSESSMENTS:
GO TO:
https://www.georgiastandards.org/Frameworks/GSO%20Frameworks/French%20Level%20II%20Un
it%203%20A%20Day%20in%20the%20Life%20Activity%201.pdf

Unit 2: Lesson quizzes 5-8; Unit 2 Test

Online assessment available at www.classzone.com

*Unit numbers in Text do not necessarily correspond to State unit numbers.
French III Pacing Guide – October
Healthy Living (Discovering French Nouveau Blanc Unit 3)*


Essential Questions: How do healthy eating customs differ from culture to culture?

What students should be able to do:
Elements
MLII.IP1A Express needs and preferences.
MLII.IP1B Express feelings and emotions.
MLII.IP1C Request help and clarification.
MLII.IP2A Initiate, participate in, and close an oral or written exchange.
MLII.IP2C Use gestures and body language to convey and comprehend messages.
MLII.INT1C Comprehend and follow oral and written instructions.
MLII.P2B Demonstrate comprehension of material.
MLII.CCC1B Relate information acquired in other subjects discussed in the language class, such as
the metric system.
MLII.CCC3B Use level-appropriate idiomatic expressions in the target language.
What students should know:
Vocabulary:Foods, Food Groups
Nutrition terms More specific (examples help)
Healthy Living Practices More specific (examples help)
Grammar constructions: How many….have/has? Articles: definite, indefinite, partitive
Verbs: like acheter, préférer, payer
Vocabulary: expressions of quantity + de, adjective tout. Il faut + infinitive

ASSESSMENTS:
GO TO:
https://www.georgiastandards.org/Frameworks/GSO%20Frameworks/FR2_Unit_2_Health_Plan.pdf
And scroll down to assessments.

Unit 3: Lesson quizzes 9-12; Unit 3 Test

Online assessment available at www.classzone.com




*Unit numbers in Text do not necessarily correspond to State unit numbers.
French III Pacing Guide – November/December
Communities (Discovering French Nouveau Blanc Unit 4)*


 Essential Questions: How do local surroundings affect how we live, work and play?
What students should be able to do:
Elements
MLII.IP1E Give and follow directions and instructions
MLII.IP2A Initiate, participate in, and close an oral or written exchange
MLII.INT1B Interpret culturally authentic materials and information
MLII.INT1C Comprehend and follow oral and written instructions
MLII.P1B Give brief, organized oral presentations, using visual and technological support as
appropriate
MLII.P1C Write short, organized compositions, using visual and technological support as
appropriate
What students should know:
Vocabulary: related to entertainment (theater, movies, etc.) extending, accepting, turning down an
invitation
Verbs: savoir + connaître
Grammar: direct and indirect object pronouns; verbs which take indirect objects


ASSESSMENTS:

GO TO:
https://www.georgiastandards.org/Frameworks/GSO%20Frameworks/FR2_Unit_4_Community_Pla
n.pdf


Unit 4: Lesson quizzes 13-16; Unit 4 Test

Online assessment available at www.classzone.com

*Unit numbers in Text do not necessarily correspond to State unit numbers.

								
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