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					        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

MADAME BUCKNER’S WEBPAGE HOME/LINKS TO WEBSITES

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/Ms_Tazha_Buckner.html (Madame Buckner’s webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/Les_Photographs.html (Links to French Class Activities and Mme.Buckner’s
Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/Les_Monuments_celebres.html (Links to French Monuments and
Mme.Buckner’s Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/Les_Beaux_Arts.html (Links to French museums and Mme.Buckner’s
Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/La_Musique.html (Links to French Music and Mme.Buckner’s Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/La G_ographie.html (Links to Francophone Maps and Mme.Buckner’s
Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/La_Culture_de_la_Francophonie.html (Links to Francophone Culture and
Mme.Buckner’s Webpage)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/Les_Bons_Films.html (Links to French Movies and Mme.Buckner’s
Webpage)

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE ORGANIZATION RESOURCES

Http://ibo.org (International Baccalaureate Website)

http://ibo.org/diploma/ (Diploma Programme description)

http://ibo.org/myp/ (Middle Years Programme description)

http://ibo.org/informationfor/parents/ (Information for parents)

http://henry.mpls.k12.mn.us/International_Baccalaureate.html (Patrick Henry H.S. IB Programme)

MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SCHOOL WEBSITE RESOURCES

http://www.mpls.k12.mn.us/learningresources.html (Culture Grams, Destiny, net Trekker,
Tumblebooks, Worldbook Online)

http://www.tumblebooks.com (Extensive Tumble Book selections on back page of this document)



   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

http://online.culturegrams.com/ (Culture Grams- Country and state information including cultural
perspectives)

http://destiny.mpls.k12.mn.us/ (Search all Minneapolis Public School libraries from school and home)

http://www.askmn.org/ (Get real-time answers from a librarian 24/7)

http://school.eb.com.proxy.elm4you.org/eb (Comprehensive up-to-date online encyclopedia with versions
for elementary, middle and high school students)

http://www.kplay.cc/reference.html (KNOW PLAY-A variety of online reference tools.)
BIEN DIT! TEXTBOOK RESOURCES

http://my.hrw.com/index.jsp (HOLT, MCDOUGAL ONLINE-Bien Dit! Textbook Resources

http://my.hrw.com/hrw/my_hrw_teacher_hub.jsp (BIEN DIT-All Levels Online)

GRAMMAR

http://french.about.com (Vocabulary, Verb Conjugations, Culture)

www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french (French language resources)

www.laits.utexas.edu/fi/html/toc/00.html (Francais Interactif! French learning language
resources/chapter themes)

www.french-word-a-day.typepad.com (French vocabulary resources, articles, pictures)

www.conjuguemos.com/home/index.html (French verb conjugation, Bien Dit!/Allez-viens! Vocabulary
lists, French theme vocabulary, flashcards)

www.quia.com (grammar exercises, tests quizzes of various topics developed by teachers)

www.frenchtutorial.com/standard/toc.php (French language resources, pronunciation, grammar verbs,
syntax, thematic vocabulary)

www.skoool.ie/skoool/junior.asp?id=2562 (French language learning/Interactive)

www.Frenchrevision.co.uk (French thematic vocabulary and listening exercises)

www.phonetique.free.fr/alpha (French phonetics practice, sound links)

www.lafrancebis.com (French thematic lessons, comprehension quizzes, sound links in spoken French)


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

ONLINE DICTIONARIES

www.wordreference.com (online Multi-Language Dictionary)

www.larousse.com/en/dictionaries/french (LAROUSSE Online Dictionary)

http://dictionary.reverso.net/french-english/ (REVERSO Online Dictionary)

www.oxfordlanguagedictionaries.com (OXFORD Online French Dictionary)

www.french-linguistics.co.uk/dictionary/ (Search engine for French-related topics)

www.lexilogos.com/english/french-dictionary.htm (LEXILOGOS-Words and wonders of the world)

http://french.about.com/                  (ABOUT.COM-Search engine for French-related topics)

http://orthonet.sdv.fr          (online French Dictionary/Verb conjugations)

www.beyond.fr/food/french-english-food-dictionary-1.html (French-English food vocabulary)

MEDIA/MUSIC/TELEVISION/NEWS

www.virginmega.fr (Virgin Music Mega Store)

www.paroles.net

www.rfi.fr (Radio France/French news radio broadcasts and print)

www.kfai.org/bonjourminnesota (Bonjour Minnesota! Radio station with French broadcasts/Sundays
8:30-9:30PM/Frequency 90.3FM & 106.7)

http://marseillaise.org (French National Anthem website)

www.marseillaise.org/english/translation.html?liberal (French National Anthem/Marseillaise lyrics)

www.greatfrenchsongs.com (All genres of French music with English translations)

www.chartsinfrance.net (popular French music website)

www.fetedelamusique.culture.fr (Ministere de la Culture/French Government French music website)

www.kaissa.com/html_f (Une Camerounienne Chanteuse/Singer from Cameroun)

www.ayemusic.free.fr/accueil.html (Angelique Kidjo)


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

www.tv5.org (TV5/Multi-resource French language website, news bytes, French-english dictionary,
vocabulary and more!)

www.m6.fr (Television shows most recent, most watched, most popular, French/translated into French
ie: “Desperate Housewives”

www.lexpress.fr (L’Express/Breaking French news, video)

www.lefigaro.fr (Le Figaro/Breaking French news, video, topical French articles)

www.lemonde.fr (Le Monde/Breaking French news, video, topical French articles-closely compared to
CNN.COM)

www.geo.fr (Geo Magazine/French comparison to National Geographic Magazine)

www.nationalgeographic.fr (French edition of National Geographic)

SEARCH ENGINES

www.google.com/int/fr/ (Google in French)

www.lycos.fr (French search engine)

www.liensutiles.org (Equivalent to yellow pages for various resources)

FRENCH TRAVEL PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

http://www.concordialanguagevillages.org/newsite/languages/french1.php (CONCORDIA LANGUAGE
VILLAGES)

http://www.languageandfriendship.com/ (STUDENT EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL TO FRANCE, MARTINIQUE,
QUEBEC)

http://www.goabbeyroad.com/ (ABBEYROAD TRAVEL PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS)

http://www.worldstrides.org/destinations/focus_on_france.asp (WORLD STRIDES TRAVEL PROGRAMS)

http://educulture.org/ (EDUCULTURE-Travel Abroad Programs)

http://www.isemn.org/ (STUDENT EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL TO FRANCE, SWITZERLAND)

HOSTING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT

http://www.languageandfriendship.com/hosting.html (HOSTING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT)

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

http://www.ciee.org/highschool/host/ (HOSTING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT)

http://www.micglobe.org/program_dinner/index.php (HOSTING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT FOR DINNER
AT YOUR HOME THROUGH Minnesota International Center)

FRENCH LITERATURE

http://www.linguatextltd.com/europeanmasterpieces/index.html (FRENCH AND SPANISH CLASSICS)

http://www.yale.edu/aatfct/ap.html (AP FRENCHMATERIALS/COLLEGE BOARD ONLINE RESOURCES-
French Authors)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_literature (MEDIEVAL-CONTEMPORARY/FRANCOPHONE/FRENCH
WRITERS)

http://un2sg4.unige.ch/athena/html/fran_fr.html (ATHENA FRENCH LITERATURE, BOOKS;
BIBLIOTHÈQUE FRANÇAISE; Pierre Perroud)

http://www.hs-augsburg.de/~harsch/gallica/Chronologie/f_chrono.html (BIBLIOTECA GALLICA
AUGUSTANA; FRENCH LITERATURE of various eras-(L’ancien français, le moyen français, le français
classique, le français modern)

http://www.hs-augsburg.de/~harsch/gallica/Auteurs/f_alpha.html (BIBLIOTECA AUGUSTANA-FRENCH
AUTHORS)

FRENCH HISTORY/MINNESOTA FRENCH HISTORY ONLINE

http://www.france-pub.com/history-timeline.html (Historical Timeline for France with Important Dates
and Events)

http://www.rampantscotland.com/features/kings.htm (Kings of Scotland, England and France)

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/1600.shtml (French Explorers of North America)

http://www.geo.msu.edu/geogmich/french_explorers.html (FRENCH EXPLORERS Website)

http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ms/state/Pre-Territory/exploration.htm (MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY-
Mississippi Project-Exploration and Early Settlements-References of Marquette, Joliet, La Salle, Louisiana
Territory)

http://mnaatf.org/1d.htm (MINNESOTA FRENCH FACTS-American Association for Teachers of French)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Hennepin (FATHER LOUIS HENNEPIN)

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        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

http://www.d.umn.edu/~tbacig/mhcpresent/metisprs.html (THE MÉTIS AND THE HISTORY OF
MINNESOTA-Tom Bacig, University of Duluth)

http://www.history-timelines.org.uk/american-timelines/23-minnesota-history-timeline.htm
(MINNESOTA FRENCH HISTORY TIMELINE)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Purchase (LOUISIANA PURCHASE)

http://ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=18&page=transcript# (TRANSCRIPT OF LOUISIANA
PURCHASE TREATY)

http://www.archives.gov/historicaldocs/document.html?doc=5&title.raw=Louisiana%20Purchase%20Tr
eaty (NATIONAL ARCHIVES-Louisiana Purchase Treaty)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Minnesota (HISTORY OF MINNESOTA-References of European
Exploration, Native American Inhabitation, Father Hennepin, Fort Snelling, Minnesota Territory, Dred
Scott)

FRENCH CULTURE AND ACCESS IN THE TWIN CITIES & SURROUNDING AREAS (French Language
Centers, History Centers, Local French Event postings, etc)

http://www.artsmia.org/ (Minneapolis Institute of Arts-“Bonjour Japon” Exhibit, Arts of Africa and the
Americas)

http://www.walkerart.org/ (Walker Art Center-Yves Klein, Pierre Soulages, et.al)

http://www.mnhs.org/index.htm (Minnesota Historical Society)

http://www.micglobe.org (Minnesota International Center-MIC)

http://ourladyoflourdesmn.com/history (OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH-French Mass)

http://mplstours.org/ (Minneapolis-Tours Sister Cities Organization-A Friendship between the cities of
Minneapolis,MN and Tours, France)

http://www.duluthhistorical.org/historyofduluth.html (DULUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM-
Duluth, MN)

http://www.faccmn.com/ (FACCMN-French American Chamber of Commerce-Minneapolis/St.Paul)

http://festivalofnations.com (FESTIVAL OF NATIONS- largest and longest running multicultural festival in
Minnesota)


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

www.afmsp.org (Alliance Francaise des Villes Jumelles)

http://afmsp.org/Portals/0/PtitDej.pdf (PETIT DEJ-Monthly Conversation Group at Alliance Française)

http://afmsp.org/Events/FrenchFilm/tabid/675/Default.aspx (FRENCH FILMS at the Alliance Française)

http://afmsp.org/Events/FrenchTeenClub/tabid/566/Default.aspx (Alliance Française-AFMSP-French
Teen Club)

www.concordialanguagevillage.org (Concordia Language Villages/Lac du Bois)

www.ulanguage.com/private.html (University Language Center/MN/ Tutoring)

http://www.sofitel.com/gb/hotel-0539-sofitel-minneapolis/index.shtml (HOTEL SOFITEL-Minneapolis)

FRENCH BAKERIES, FRENCH/FRANCOPHONE RESTAURANTS in the Twin Cities ETC

http://www.chezdaniel.com/ (CHEZ DANIEL-Restaurant in Bloomington, MN)

http://www.labellecrepe.com (LA BELLE CREPE-Restaurant in Downtown Mpls.)

http://www.pardonmyfrench.eu/ (PARDON MY FRENCH-Restaurant in Eagan,MN)

http://www.pierresbistromn.com/ (PIERRE’S BISTRO-Restaurant in Minneapolis, MN)

http://www.normandykitchen.com/02_menu_pg.html (NORMANDY KITCHEN-French fare/Restaurant-
Downtown Mpls.)

http://www.forepaughs.com/ (FOREPAUGHS-French fare/Restaurant-Saint Paul,MN)

http://www.vincentarestaurant.com/menus.php (VINCENT-Restaurant in Downtown Mpls.)

http://www.meltingpot.com/ (THE MELTING POT-Fondue Fare Restaurant in Downtown Mpls.)

http://www.sofitelmplsdining.com/pdf/Petit_Marche_Catalogue.pdf (PETIT MARCHÉ-Hotel Sofitel
Bakery)

http://www.patisserie46.com (PATISSERIE 46-Bakery in South Minneapolis, MN)

http://www.wuolletbakery.com/history.html (WUOLLET BAKERY)

http://www.frenchmeadow.com/

MISCELLANEOUS (French Cultural Organizations)


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

www.afmsp.org (Alliance Francaise des Villes Jumelles)

http://www.consulfrance-chicago.org/ (Consulat Général de France à Chicago)

http://ambafrance-us.org/ (EMBASSY OF FRANCE in-Washington, DC)

www.french-american.org

www.france-amerique.com

PROSPECTIVE COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY FRENCH PROGRAMS (Local)

http://frit.umn.edu/ugrad/ (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities-French & Italian Department)

http://www.hamline.edu/cla/modern-languages/french/ (Hamline University-St.Paul, MN-Modern
Language Department)

http://www.stkate.edu/academic/french/ (College of Saint Catherine-St.Paul, MN-French Department)

FRENCH TUMBLEBOOKS ONLINE

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/home_tumblebooks.asp (French reader books online, sound
links in spoken French)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2507 (“Alex, le petit joueur de
hockey”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2553 (“Anique: La Dame et la
Licorne”-French Read-Along)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3016 (“Bambou”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=131 (“Champions de la glace”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2552 (“David et le salon
funéraire”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2694 (“Décroche-moi la lune”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=137 (“Désagréable pour eux,
agréable pour moi”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3020 (“Drole de papa”)


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2502 (“Gabriela à l’école de la
plage)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3014 (“La Vraie Histoire de Léo
Pointu”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2939 (“Le coq de San Vito”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2940 (“Le gros monstre qui aimait
trop lire”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3012 (“Le pêcheur de lune”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2478 (“Léonardo le lionceau”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=134 (“Les aventures de Louis St -
Castor”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2292 (“Les noix, C’est pas pour
moi”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2296 (“Les Trois Mousquetaires”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2302 (“Les Voyages de Gulliver”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2500 (“L’incroyable invention de
Félicio”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2561 (“Monsieur Alphonse et le
secret d’Agathe”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2484 (“Oscar le drôle ouistiti”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2496 (“Papa est un dinasaure à
pas de loup”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2480 (“Papaye le Panda”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2476 (“Pas de bananes pour une
girafe”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2474 (“Pas de taches pour une
girafe”)

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2486 (“Patatres le panthère”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2293 (“Peau Protegée, Plaisir
Assuré!”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2482 (“Pépin, le pingouin”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2488 (“Raconte moi la mer”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2504 (“Sardinette Flanellette”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3471 (“Drôle d’Halloween”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2304 (“Le Tour de Monde en
Quatre-Vingts Jours”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2498 (“Trop, c’est trop!”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=3018 (“Un amour de Lulu”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2805 (“Un chant de Noël”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=130 (“Un coup de Main”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2697 (“Un gnome à la mer”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2695 (“Un grand-papa en or”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2492 (“Une Excellente Excuse”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2559 (“Une Journée dans la vie
Lorian Loubier”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2291 (“Vieux Thomas et le Petite
Fée”)

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/full_book.asp?ProductID=2303 (“Voyage au Centre de la
Terre”)

FRENCH IN ACTION VIDEO CLIPS/Annenberg Media

www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=682

Due to licensing agreements, online viewing of the videos for this resource is restricted to network connections in the
United States and Canada.
   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

Orientation
An introduction to French in Action: its creation, its components, and its functioning. How to work with the video
programs and how to integrate them with the audio and print components. This is the only program in English; the
others are entirely in French.

Planning and Anticipating I
Greeting and leave-taking; talking about health; expressing surprise; planning and anticipating; expressing
decisiveness and indecisiveness. Subject pronouns; masculine and feminine adjectives and nouns; definite and
indefinite articles; immediate future; agreement in gender and number; aller; être; present indicative of -er verbs.

Planning and Anticipating II
Greeting and leave-taking; talking about health; expressing surprise; planning and anticipating; expressing
decisiveness and indecisiveness. Subject pronouns; masculine and feminine adjectives and nouns; definite and
indefinite articles; immediate future; agreement in gender and number; aller; être; present indicative of -er verbs.

Planning and Anticipating III
Greeting and leave-taking; talking about health; expressing surprise; planning and anticipating; expressing
decisiveness and indecisiveness. Subject pronouns; masculine and feminine adjectives and nouns; definite and
indefinite articles; immediate future; agreement in gender and number; aller; être; present indicative of -er verbs.

Names and Origins
Numbers; expressing age; giving commands; necessity; negation. Numbers 1-29; avoir; avoir in expressions of age;
ne ... pas; imperatives of -er verbs; il faut and infinitives.

Physical Characteristics I
Reality and appearance; describing oneself; talking about sports. Numbers 30-100; faire; aimer and faire with sports;
questions with intonation, inversion, and est-ce que.

Physical Characteristics II
Reality and appearance; describing oneself; talking about sports. Numbers 30-100; faire; aimer and faire with sports;
questions with intonation, inversion, and est-ce que.

Kinship
Talking about family relationships; asking the identity of people and things. Numbers 100-999,000,000; dates;
partitive; possessive adjectives.

Describing Others I
Describing others; talking about games; expressing agreement and disagreement; talking about time; talking about
the weather. Present tense with il y a ... que and ça fait ... que; possessive and demonstrative adjectives; stressed
pronouns; venir; savoir versus connaître.

Describing Others II
Describing others; talking about games; expressing agreement and disagreement; talking about time; talking about
the weather. Present tense with il y a ... que and ça fait ... que; possessive and demonstrative adjectives; stressed
pronouns; venir; savoir versus connaître.

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

Encounters I
Starting a conversation; talking about seasons and time of day; exclamations; talking about studies; referring to lack
and abundance; expressing approval and disapproval; reacting to compliments; expressing politeness. Immediate
past with venir de; direct object pronouns; reflexive verbs; imperative and pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and
pronouns; interrogative adjectives and pronouns; parler versus dire; imperfect; imperfect of être and avoir.

Encounters II
Starting a conversation; talking about seasons and time of day; exclamations; talking about studies; referring to lack
and abundance; expressing approval and disapproval; reacting to compliments; expressing politeness. Immediate
past with venir de; direct object pronouns; reflexive verbs; imperative and pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and
pronouns; interrogative adjectives and pronouns; parler versus dire; imperfect; imperfect of être and avoir.

Encounters III
Starting a conversation; talking about seasons and time of day; exclamations; talking about studies; referring to lack
and abundance; expressing approval and disapproval; reacting to compliments; expressing politeness. Immediate
past with venir de; direct object pronouns; reflexive verbs; imperative and pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and
pronouns; interrogative adjectives and pronouns; parler versus dire; imperfect; imperfect of être and avoir.

Encounters IV
Starting a conversation; talking about seasons and time of day; exclamations; talking about studies; referring to lack
and abundance; expressing approval and disapproval; reacting to compliments; expressing politeness. Immediate
past with venir de; direct object pronouns; reflexive verbs; imperative and pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and
pronouns; interrogative adjectives and pronouns; parler versus dire; imperfect; imperfect of être and avoir.

Occupations I
Talking about work; degrees of assent; days and months of the year; buying and spending; approximating; talking
about years and centuries. Aller versus venir; prepositions; contractions of definite article with de and à; adverbial
pronouns y and en; vouloir, pouvoir; c’est versus il/elle est; ne ... plus, ne ... jamais; pronoun on; indirect object
pronouns; formation of adverbs.

Occupations II
Talking about work; degrees of assent; days and months of the year; buying and spending; approximating; talking
about years and centuries. Aller versus venir; prepositions; contractions of definite article with de and à; adverbial
pronouns y and en; vouloir, pouvoir; c’est versus il/elle est; ne ... plus, ne ... jamais; pronoun on; indirect object
pronouns; formation of adverbs.

Occupations III
Talking about work; degrees of assent; days and months of the year; buying and spending; approximating; talking
about years and centuries. Aller versus venir; prepositions; contractions of definite article with de and à; adverbial
pronouns y and en; vouloir, pouvoir; c’est versus il/elle est; ne ... plus, ne ... jamais; pronoun on; indirect object
pronouns; formation of adverbs.

Occupations IV
Talking about work; degrees of assent; days and months of the year; buying and spending; approximating; talking
about years and centuries. Aller versus venir; prepositions; contractions of definite article with de and à; adverbial

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

pronouns y and en; vouloir, pouvoir; c’est versus il/elle est; ne ... plus, ne ... jamais; pronoun on; indirect object
pronouns; formation of adverbs.

Education I
Identification and description; talking about occupations; talking back; excusing oneself; expressing incredulity. Passé
composé; plaire; negation with jamais, rien, personne; mettre, boire; passé composé and direct object pronouns;
savoir and infinitives; agreement of past participle with avoir.

Education II
Identification and description; talking about occupations; talking back; excusing oneself; expressing incredulity. Passé
composé; plaire; negation with jamais, rien, personne; mettre, boire; passé composé and direct object pronouns;
savoir and infinitives; agreement of past participle with avoir.

Education III
Identification and description; talking about occupations; talking back; excusing oneself; expressing incredulity. Passé
composé; plaire; negation with jamais, rien, personne; mettre, boire; passé composé and direct object pronouns;
savoir and infinitives; agreement of past participle with avoir.

Getting Around I
Using the telephone; receiving invitations; expressing optimism and pessimism. Passé composé of reflexive verbs;
passé composé with être; agreement of past participles; future.

Getting Around II
Using the telephone; receiving invitations; expressing optimism and pessimism. Passé composé of reflexive verbs;
passé composé with être; agreement of past participles; future.

Food and Drink I
Talking about food and drink; ordering in a restaurant; thanking hosts. Future of irregular verbs; relative pronouns qui
and que; imperative with direct and indirect object pronouns; position of en with object pronouns; ne ... que;
expressions of quantity; vowel change e/è.

Food and Drink II
Talking about food and drink; ordering in a restaurant; thanking hosts. Future of irregular verbs; relative pronouns qui
and que; imperative with direct and indirect object pronouns; position of en with object pronouns; ne ... que;
expressions of quantity; vowel change e/è.

Food and Drink III
Talking about food and drink; ordering in a restaurant; thanking hosts. Future of irregular verbs; relative pronouns qui
and que; imperative with direct and indirect object pronouns; position of en with object pronouns; ne ... que;
expressions of quantity; vowel change e/è.

Transportation and Travel I
Expressing fear; insisting; talking about means of transportation; talking about cars; expressing admiration; making
suggestions. Pluperfect; conditional; conditional and imperfect; past conditional; compound tenses and past
participles; agreement of past participles; expressions of time.

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

Transportation and Travel II
Expressing fear; insisting; talking about means of transportation; talking about cars; expressing admiration; making
suggestions. Pluperfect; conditional; conditional and imperfect; past conditional; compound tenses and past
participles; agreement of past participles; expressions of time.

Transportation and Travel III
Expressing fear; insisting; talking about means of transportation; talking about cars; expressing admiration; making
suggestions. Pluperfect; conditional; conditional and imperfect; past conditional; compound tenses and past
participles; agreement of past participles; expressions of time.

Transportation and Travel IV
Expressing fear; insisting; talking about means of transportation; talking about cars; expressing admiration; making
suggestions. Pluperfect; conditional; conditional and imperfect; past conditional; compound tenses and past
participles; agreement of past participles; expressions of time.

Transportation and Travel V
Expressing fear; insisting; talking about means of transportation; talking about cars; expressing admiration; making
suggestions. Pluperfect; conditional; conditional and imperfect; past conditional; compound tenses and past
participles; agreement of past participles; expressions of time.

Habitat I
Asking one's way; talking about housing; protesting; expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction. Imperfect and passé
composé; irregular imperatives; causative faire; faire versus rendre; en and present participle; ni ... ni.

Habitat II
Asking one's way; talking about housing; protesting; expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction. Imperfect and passé
composé; irregular imperatives; causative faire; faire versus rendre; en and present participle; ni ... ni.

Habitat III
Asking one's way; talking about housing; protesting; expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction. Imperfect and passé
composé; irregular imperatives; causative faire; faire versus rendre; en and present participle; ni ... ni.

Habitat IV
Asking one's way; talking about housing; protesting; expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction. Imperfect and passé
composé; irregular imperatives; causative faire; faire versus rendre; en and present participle; ni ... ni.

Entertainment I
Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt;
expressing enthusiasm. Indefinite expressions; subjunctive; subjunctive of irregular verbs; subjunctive with falloir and
expressions of doubt; position of souvent, toujours, jamais; verbs in -yer; personne and rien as subjects and
objects.

Entertainment II
Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt;


   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

expressing enthusiasm. Indefinite expressions; subjunctive; subjunctive of irregular verbs; subjunctive with falloir and
expressions of doubt; position of souvent, toujours, jamais; verbs in -yer; personne and rien as subjects and
objects.

Entertainment III
Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt;
expressing enthusiasm. Indefinite expressions; subjunctive; subjunctive of irregular verbs; subjunctive with falloir and
expressions of doubt; position of souvent, toujours, jamais; verbs in -yer; personne and rien as subjects and
objects.

Entertainment IV
Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt;
expressing enthusiasm. Indefinite expressions; subjunctive; subjunctive of irregular verbs; subjunctive with falloir and
expressions of doubt; position of souvent, toujours, jamais; verbs in -yer; personne and rien as subjects and
objects.

Entertainment V
Talking about entertainment; calming others down; expressing restriction; expressing reservations; expressing doubt;
expressing enthusiasm. Indefinite expressions; subjunctive; subjunctive of irregular verbs; subjunctive with falloir and
expressions of doubt; position of souvent, toujours, jamais; verbs in -yer; personne and rien as subjects and
objects.

Getting and Spending I
Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about
good and bad luck; expressing preference. Subjunctive in conditional sentences with conjunctions in relative clauses;
personne and rien with compound tenses; position of déjà and encore; plus rien, jamais rien; comparatives and
superlatives; superlative and subjunctive; relative pronouns ce qui, ce que; demonstrative pronouns.

Getting and Spending II
Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about
good and bad luck; expressing preference. Subjunctive in conditional sentences with conjunctions in relative clauses;
personne and rien with compound tenses; position of déjà and encore; plus rien, jamais rien; comparatives and
superlatives; superlative and subjunctive; relative pronouns ce qui, ce que; demonstrative pronouns.

Getting and Spending III
Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about
good and bad luck; expressing preference. Subjunctive in conditional sentences with conjunctions in relative clauses;
personne and rien with compound tenses; position of déjà and encore; plus rien, jamais rien; comparatives and
superlatives; superlative and subjunctive; relative pronouns ce qui, ce que; demonstrative pronouns.

Getting and Spending IV
Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about
good and bad luck; expressing preference. Subjunctive in conditional sentences with conjunctions in relative clauses;
personne and rien with compound tenses; position of déjà and encore; plus rien, jamais rien; comparatives and
superlatives; superlative and subjunctive; relative pronouns ce qui, ce que; demonstrative pronouns.

   Compiled by Mme.Buckner 2011(Revised October 2011)
        MADAME BUCKNER’S RECOMMENDED FRENCH RESOURCES
(This is only a draft of ALL THINGS RELATED TO FRENCH LEARNING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. I encourage students to use
these resources for practice tools to aid in their study of the French language. Periodically, I add to this list as I discover useful
French language learning tools)

Getting and Spending V
Talking about money; buying and selling; announcing good and bad news; expressing indifference; talking about
good and bad luck; expressing preference. Subjunctive in conditional sentences with conjunctions in relative clauses;
personne and rien with compound tenses; position of déjà and encore; plus rien, jamais rien; comparatives and
superlatives; superlative and subjunctive; relative pronouns ce qui, ce que; demonstrative pronouns.

Geography and Tourism I
Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. Conditional in
intentional expressions; dont; pronoun tout; possessive pronouns; irregular subjunctives; subjunctive in subordinate
clauses; future in the past; penser de versus penser à; articles and prepositions with geographical names.

Geography and Tourism II
Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. Conditional in
intentional expressions; dont; pronoun tout; possessive pronouns; irregular subjunctives; subjunctive in subordinate
clauses; future in the past; penser de versus penser à; articles and prepositions with geographical names.

Geography and Tourism III
Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. Conditional in
intentional expressions; dont; pronoun tout; possessive pronouns; irregular subjunctives; subjunctive in subordinate
clauses; future in the past; penser de versus penser à; articles and prepositions with geographical names.

Geography and Tourism IV
Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. Conditional in
intentional expressions; dont; pronoun tout; possessive pronouns; irregular subjunctives; subjunctive in subordinate
clauses; future in the past; penser de versus penser à; articles and prepositions with geographical names.

Geography and Tourism V
Talking about countries and regions; exaggerating; confirming; insisting; expressing perplexity. Conditional in
intentional expressions; dont; pronoun tout; possessive pronouns; irregular subjunctives; subjunctive in subordinate
clauses; future in the past; penser de versus penser à; articles and prepositions with geographical names.

Getting Away I
Referring to destination; levels of speech. Negative infinitive; imperatives and pronouns.

Getting Away II
Referring to destination; levels of speech. Negative infinitive; imperatives and pronouns.




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