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WHHS Curriculum Map French II Unit 4


									                     GRADE LEVEL               COURSE: French II                  UNIT TITLE: Unit 4--Les Loisirs et les Spectacles

Unit Length: 12 days___________________Unit Dates: April 27-May 12, 2009___________________________

                         Core Content Standards (4.1)                                                        Program of Studies – Skills/Concepts
WL-H-1.1.B6    Create simple descriptions within contexts.
WL-H-1.1.B7    Exchange information with peers and others.                                Learn where French people go in free time
WL-H-1.1.D2    Provide and request clarifications.                                        Learn what entertainment they prefer.
WL-H-1.2.B1    Respond appropriately to directions, instructions and commands.            Describe/discuss various forms of entertainment.
WL-H-1.2.B2    Make identifications based on oral descriptions.                           Discuss types of movies/favorite stars.
WL-H-1.2.B3    Demonstrate listening comprehension.                                       Extend, accept, and decline invitations.
WL-H-1.2.B5    Read and respond to developmentally appropriate materials.                 Write a letter in French.
WL-H-1.2.B6    Comprehend and respond to simple written communications.                   Discuss reading preferences.
WL-H-1.2.B7    Identify main ideas and key words in oral and print material.              Introduce and practice direct object pronouns.
WL-H-1.2.B10    Respond to language peers and persons sympathetic to second language      Introduce and practice negation, interrogatives, and commands with direct object
               learners.                                                                  pronouns.
WL-H-1.2.B11   Comprehend language on familiar topics.                                    Introduce and practice placement and agreement of direct object pronouns.
WL-H-1.3.B5    Give descriptions in writing.                                              Introduce and practice verb connaitre.
WL-H-1.3.B6    Give descriptions in writing.                                              Introduce and practice verbs dire, lire, ecrire.
WL-H-1.3.B7    Summarize main ideas of selected authentic and/or contextualized           Introduce and practice indirect object pronouns.
               material.                                                                  Introduce and practice order of double object pronouns.
WL-H-1.3.B8    Write simple open responses.                                               Introduce and practice verb savoir.
WL-H-1.3.D1    Explain processes based on prior knowledge and/or experiences.
WL-H-1.3.D4     Interpret and present information from authentic material to audiences.
WL-H-2.2.B2     Identify expressive forms and contributions of target culture.
WL-H-2.2.D3     Describe expressive forms of culture.
AH-H-4.1.31    Describe works of art using appropriate terminology.
WL-H-4.1.B2    Identify structural patterns of target language.
WL-H-4.1.B3    Identify idiomatic expressions of language.
WL-H-4.1.B7    Apply, within limited contexts, structural patterns of target language.
WL-H-4.1.D1    Apply, in a variety of contexts, sound patterns of target language.
WL-H-4.1.D2     Describe how languages influence one another.

       On-Going/Continuous Assessment                                   Culminating Assessment                                     Materials and Resources
Reading Comp.—Read pp. 193. Answer multiple                  Write a paragraph describing a movie the                    cd for Unit 4
choice questions on text.                                    student has seen recently.                                  workbooks
Read letters on 210-211. Answer multiple                     Write a letter in French to a French friend                 video for Unit 4
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choice questions on comprehension of them.         using the rubric on p. 211 as a guideline.               French magazines
Read dialogue on p. 221, and answer true-false     Open Response defending the actions of a                 video with interview clips of French stars
questions on text for comprehension check.         character in Au Revoir les Enfants.                      lists of French movie titles
Personal Questions in past tense on p. 195         Listening evaluation: Multiple choice questions          handouts from Amsco book on
                                                   on text heard aloud.                                     direct/indirect object pronouns
Speaking: Dialogue—Act. 4—on p. 197—deals          Speaking evaluation: Oral Proficiency                    video of Au Revoir les Enfants
with movie, type, cost, time it starts. Act out    questions—individual assessment on leisure
in pairs.                                          time activities.
Conversation—Act. 1, p. 205—direct object
pronouns switching from me to you.                             AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS
Act. 5, p. 207—commands with “Give me. . . “,
                                                   Analysis Paper. Choose a major character from the
“Loan me. . “, “Bring me. . “                      movie (Julien Quentin, Jean Bonnet, Le Père, Joseph).
Act. 2, p. 215 using verb connaitre and drawings   Analyze the character, citing excerpts and scenes from
as prompt for answer.                              the movie which illustrate your analysis. Mainly, you
Act. 5, p. 218—Conversation changing noun to       should explain why the character acted as he did.
                                                   Your paper should incorporate an introduction,
direct object pronoun.
                                                   appropriate paragraph division, transition, and should
                                                   have a conclusion—a “graceful exit.”
Written: Given list of French movie titles,
student will try to discern what the movie was                              or
called in English.
                                                   Defend a Position. Choose a major character from
Act. 3, p. 217—correct direct object pronoun
                                                   the movie (Julien Quentin, Jean Bonnet, Le Père,
and placement.                                     Joseph), a character whose actions you understand.
Act. 1, 2, 3 pp. 224-225 dealing with verbs “to    State his actions throughout the movie and tell why
say”, “to read”, “to write”.                       you would have done the same thing. Your paper
Act. 4 and 5 on 227, dealing with indirect         should incorporate an introduction, appropriate
                                                   paragraph division, transition, and should have a
object pronouns
                                                   conclusion—a “graceful exit.”
Activities from Amsco handout on double
object pronoun order.                              An A paper. . .
Act. 11, p. 230 with verb savoir.                  has a minimum of 450 words.
Act. 14, p. 231, distinguishing difference in      has a title.
                                                   has an introductory paragraph.
usage of connaitre and savoir.                     has a minimum of three paragraphs in the body of the
Culture—readings on francophone countries,         paper.
famous Frenchmen in history, pp. 241-251,          is divided into paragraphs according to topic.
multiple choice questions which follow             has at least three sentences per paragraph.
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Related workbook activities   has transition between paragraphs and some
                              has references to scenes to back up thesis.
                              has thorough analysis of character or thorough
                              explanation of why he acted as he did.
                              has few errors in grammar usage.
                              has few errors in mechanics (spelling, punctuation)
                              has a “graceful exit.”

                                                                                    Critical vocabulary: direct object pronouns
                                                                                    lisible (legible), indirect object pronouns

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