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									FSF 1P1

                                PROJECT ON PARIS


This is an in-class project and there are several sets of marks involved. All components of
this project will be done in class, including the construction of the monument. Below is a
list of the four segments that will be covered for this project. It begins with a video and
ends with the construction and presentation of your group’s favorite Parisian monument.
You will need your own supplies for the construction part of the project and you may
start bringing in your supplies as soon as your group is created.

PART A – VIDEO – APPLICATION – 46 MARKS (GROUP)

PART B –GROUP PACKAGE –THINKING – 75 MARKS- (GROUP)
15 PAGES (5 MARKS FOR EACH PAGE COMPLETED CORRECTLY – MARKS
WILL BE DEDUCTED FOR ERRORS)

PART C – QUIZ/TEST – KNOWLEDGE – 65 MARKS – (INDIVIDUAL)- OPEN
PACKAGE – MULTIPLE CHOICE, TRUE/FALSE/ MATCH-UP

PART D – CONSTRUCTION OF MONUMENT AND PRESENTATION –
(GROUP)- COMMUNICATION - 5O MARKS



GROUP MEMBERS: _______________________________________________


VIDEO DATE: ________________________________________

GROUP PACKAGE DATES: ________________________________________

QUIZ/TEST DATE: _________________________________________

CONSTRUCTION DATES: __________________________________________

PRESENTATION DATES: _______________________________________
FSF 1P1                                      PART A

                                     TOURING FRANCE
                                          VIDEO
                                     PARIS & VERSAILLES


                                                                           / 46
GROUP MEMBERS: _________________________________________________
(APPLICATION – 46 MARKS)

In groups of three, watch the video segment on Paris and Versailles and answer/ fill in the
following 46 questions: (divide the questions up into three components – student #1
writes the answer for numbers 1 – 15, student #2 writes the answers for numbers 16- 31,
and student #3 writes the answers for numbers 32-46 and the two bonus questions. While
one student is writing the answers, the other two are closely watching and helping give
him/her the answers. These sheets will be given in at the end of the video. This video
begins the unit on Paris. You need to pay close attention to the video, as some of the
answers will be given quickly. All questions are in sequential order.

Student # __________________________

1. Paris is found in the Ile de France on the river __________________________.
2. Who originally called Paris “Lutèce” or “Mud-Ville”? _______________________
3. The unofficial emblem of Paris is the ___________________________.
4. Who designed the Eiffel Tower and when was it built? _______________________.
5. Who called the Eiffel Tower “the world’s biggest lamppost”? __________________.
6. Why did a Parisian tailor jump off the Eiffel Tower and what happened to him?
_______________________________________________________________________
7. Where does one find the Cathedral of Notre Dame? ___________________________
8. Notre Dame is called the ______________________ of Paris and even France.
9. What medieval creatures can you see near the top of Notre Dame? _______________
10. What was the Bastille? (before it was destroyed)? __________________________
11.The old Opera House is the site of which famous play?
_____________________________________________________________________
12. During World War Two, these catacombs (underground burials) were the
____________________________ for the French underground.
FSF 1P1                                 PARIS VIDEO               PAGE 2


13. La Madeleine was originally a Grecian ____________________________.
14. Name two designers shown (by their store names) _______________________.
15. At #15 Place Vendôme stands the famous hotel called the “ _______________”.


Student # 2 __________________________________


16. What is the Louvre? __________________________________
17. Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory and the ______________________________
are the “three ladies” of the Louvre.
18. The Pompidou Center was the structure built inside out by Georges
_________________________________.
19. Place de la Concorde is where you will find a ___________________year old
Egyptian obelisk.
20. Strolling down the Champs-Elysées, you will find ___________________________.
21. Which arch commemorates Napoleon’s victories? ____________________________
22. Beneath this arch an unknown __________________ lies buried and an eternal flame
marks his grave.
23. Name one thing you can find in the Latin Quarter: ___________________________
24. Boulevard St. Germain is a stylish street named after Paris’ oldest ______________.
25. The Musée d’Orsay is the museum that was once a __________________________.
26. Rodin’s studio, where he lived and worked on his sculptures, is now the Rodin
_____________________________.
27. Hôtel des Invalides is a _____________ museum and the final resting place for
_________________________ Bonaparte.
28. Sacré Coeur Basilica was built by both the rich and the _____________________.
29. Le Moulin ___________________ is where the famous cabaret show is found in
Paris.
30. During the early 1900’s _______________Bernhardt captivated audiences in the
Parisian theatre.
FSF 1P1                                 PARIS VIDEO                 PAGE 3


31. Back then the Can Can was considered the naughtiest _____________________.


Student # 3 __________________________________
32. Ma Maison is where Napoleon lived with ___________________, whom he loved.
33. In 1883 Claude Monet, the famous Impressionist ________________, moved to
Giverny (about 1 hour outside Paris).
34. Monet is most famous for his paintings of _______________lilies, which still bloom
in that same pond today.
35. The castle of Versailles was built in ________________ years.
36. Known as the “Sun King”, Louis the _________th was the king who built Versailles.
37. How many acres of garden exist at Versailles? ________________
38. Where were all the flower bulbs imported from during that time? ________________
39. How many soldiers were kept at Versailles? __________________________
40. Lafayette, the hero of the American Revolution is the favorite __________________.
41. Benjamin ______________________ was France’s favorite American.
42. France was the first country to recognize the Independence of the
_______________________________.
43. Josephine _________________ amazed Parisians with her talents in the Roaring
Twenties and she remained in Paris until she died in 1975.
44. F. Scott Fitzgerald called his summer in Paris “a summer of 1000 ______________
and no ___________________.
45. During the Nazi occupation of France the Gestapo found paintings done by
___________________________ in Gertrude Stein’s apartment.
46. “Lucky Lindy” landed his single-engine plane near the city of _______________ and
the Parisians went “wild”.
BONUS # 1 – Which famous French explorer discovered parts of Canada?
              _______________________________________
BONUS # 2 – What is the name of the July 14th celebration? (look at # 10 for clues)
              _______________________________________
FSF 1P1
                      PROJECT ON PARIS
                      PART B – GROUP PACKAGE
                      THINKING – 75 MARKS


GROUP MEMBERS : _______________________________________________




THERE ARE 15 PAGES TO COMPLETE. USE THE CULTURE REFERENCE
SHEETS PROVIDED AND COMPLETE THE PACKAGE DURING THE NEXT
TWO CLASSES. YOU CAN DIVIDE THE SHEETS INTO FIVE SHEETS PER
PERSON IN THE GROUP OR YOU CAN WORK ON THEM ALL TOGETHER
AS AGROUP. THE SHEETS PROVIDED MUST BE HANDED IN AT THE END OF
EACH CLASS ALONG WITH YOUR GROUP PACKAGE. THEY WILL BE
RETURNED TO YOU THE FOLLOWING DAY. EACH GROUP WILL BE
ASSIGNED A NUMBERED CULTURE REFERENCE PACKAGE. IF A STUDENT IS
ABSENT FROM THE GROUP, THE TIME WILL HAVE TO BE MADE UP DURING
LUNCH OR AFTER-SCHOOL. SINCE THIS IS A GROUP ASSIGNMENT, ALL
MEMBERS MUST DO THEIR EQUAL SHARE OF WORK. YOU CAN USE YOUR
TEXTBOOKS AS WELL; HOWEVER, ALL THE INFORMATION WILL BE IN THE
PACKAGES GIVEN TO YOU AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS.




                 BONNE CHANCE MES AMIS!!!




DEADLINE: ________________________________________
FSF 1P1
                        PARIS PROJECT
                             PART C
                       REVIEW QUIZ AND TEST.
                       KNOWLEDGE – 65 MARKS
                       (131 MARKS DIVIDED BY 3)


NAME: __________________________________________


DATE: ___________________________________________




THE FOLLOWING THREE SHEETS ARE THE COMBINED REVIEW QUIZ
AND PARIS FINAL TEST. YOU MAY USE THE CULTURE REFERENCE
PAGES PROVIDED DURING THIS CLASS IN ORDER TO LOOK UP ANY
INFORMATION NEEDED. YOU HAVE THE ENTIRE PERIOD TO
COMPLETE ALL THREE PAGES. REMEMBER TO USE A PEN, TO GIVE
ONLY ONE ANSWER IN THE MULTIPLE CHOICE SEGMENTS AND CIRCLE
THAT ENTIRE ANSWER. HAND IN ALL THE SHEETS AT THE END OF THE
PERIOD. IF YOU FINISH AHEAD OF TIME, YOU MAY WORK QUIETLY ON
THE UPCOMING PRESENTATION.




                 BONNE CHANCE MES AMIS!!!
FSF 1P1
                         PARIS PROJECT
                            PART D
                CONSTRUCTION OF MONUMENT
                          &
                     PRESENTATION
                COMMUNICATION – 50 MARKS

GROUP MEMBERS: ___________________________________________

MONUMENT: ___________________________________________

DEADLINE: ___________________________________________

I THE CONSTRUCTION

THE GROUP MUST CHOOSE A FAVORITE MONUMENT/BUILDING IN PARIS
AND CREATE A PHYSICAL CONSTRUCTION OF IT. ALL MATERIALS WILL BE
PROVIDED BY THE GROUP AND BE BROUGHT TO CLASS FOR THE
CONSTRUCTION ITSELF AHEAD OF TIME. PLEASE PUT YOUR NAMES ON
YOUR MATERIALS. YOU WILL HAVE TWO DAYS TO WORK ON IT IN CLASS.
CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS AS POSSIBILITIES:


CARDBOARD, TOOTHPICKS, POPSICLE STICKS, COTTON, PAINTS, PUTTY,
PLAY DO, RUBBER CEMENT GLUE, PLASTERCENE, PAPER MACHE, PAPER
ROLLS, EGG CARTONS, PIPE CLEANERS, BRISTOL BOARD, CLAY, PENCIL
CRAYONS, MARKERS, ETC.


YOUR MASTERPIECE WILL BE PART OF YOUR PRESENTATION!!!


II THE PRESENTATION
YOU AND YOUR FRIEND ARE MEETING A PARISIAN FRIEND IN PARIS. YOU
ARE GOING TO VISIT YOUR FAVORITE MONUMENT. EACH STUDENT MUST
HAVE 6-8 FULL SENTENCES IN FRENCH AND MUST KNOW THEM VERY
WELL. USE THE LEXIQUE IN YOUR TEXTBOOK (PAGES 21-25) TO HELP YOU.
DICTIONARIES WILL BE IN THE CLASSROOM AS WELL. IT WOULD BE A
GOOD IDEA TO BRING YOUR OWN IF YOU HAVE ONE.
REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE IN PARIS – BRING PROPS NEEDED TO
CONVINCE YOUR AUDIENCE THAT YOU ARE A TOURIST. YOUR DIALOGUE
SHOULD INCLUDE SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE MONUMENT AND
WHY YOU CHOSE IT.


YOU WILL BE MARKED ON THE FOLLOWING:


CONSTRUCTION OF MONUMENT – 25 MARKS (includes realistic portrayal of
monument, creativity, originality of materials used, point form information attached to
it, (5-7 important points in French), etc. This is a group mark.


PRESENTATION – 25 MARKS (includes performance, pronunciation, voice
projection, props, knowing lines well, expression, etc.) This is an individual mark.


RUBRICS WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE CLASSROOM FOR THIS COMPONENT.




       BONNE CHANCE MES AMIS


                          ET


                                     BON VOYAGE A PARIS!!!
FSF 1P1                     EVALUATION OF PARIS PROJECT
                            CONSTRUCTION/PRESENTATION
                                COMMUNICATION (50)

CONSTRUCTION (25) (Group mark)
GROUP MEMBERS: _________________________________________________
CRITERIA
Originality of materials used:             1   2         3   4         5
Creativity of design:                      1   2         3   4         5
Realistic portrayal of monument:           1   2         3   4         5
Point form information:                    1   2         3   4         5
Work in class:                             1   2         3   4         5
                                                         TOTAL:            /25
PRESENTATION (25) (Individual mark)
STUDENT # 1: _________________________
STUDENT # 2: _________________________
STUDENT # 3: _________________________


CRITERIA                                        #1            #2            #3
Expression/Voice projection: (1-5)             ______        _____         ______
Pronunciation/Intonation: (1-5)                ______        ______        ______
Props & Creativity: (1-5)                      ______        ______        ______
Role Portrayal: (1-5)                          ______        ______        ______
Knows Lines Well: (1-5)                        ______        ______        ______
                                     TOTAL:        /25           /25         /25


STUDENT #1 -                         /50
STUDENT #2 -                         /50
STUDENT #3 -                         /50
COMMENTS:
________________________________________________________________________

								
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