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Postings for the Intermediate grades (6e/7e and 7e/8e) will be made weekly; students attend French daily.

Students should be doing 15 minutes review/practice daily (The Fun Links page will lead to games and activities to help with daily practice).  Student pairs/groups will be responsible for opening routines starting the week after Thanksgiving.


FSL workshops have begun on Mondays and Thursdays at 2nd recess (16/10/13)

6e/7e Mme. Taylor:

16/12/19
We are working on a "grande tâche" which includes the study of verb function, formation (présent/imparfait/passé composé) & meanings, the use of adjectives, some grammar rules & tricks and a significant amount of composition. The theme of the "grande tâche" is Noël (family traditions/ first xmas). This assignment is due Dec. 21 (this is an extended and final due date).

16/11/14
Based on the work of the last two weeks (Remembrance Day/Francine Christophe vidéo - comprehension and vocabulary), we will continue to review grammar structures of verbs in the past tense (imparfait and passé composé).  We will be preparing presentations in small groups; the presentations will be based on an event in our past experience and will follow the model of the Francine Christophe video. This assignment is due Thursday Nov 24 and Friday Nov 25.

16/10/24
We continue our study of present and passé composé verbs and themes/vocabulary of Halloween. Also, five questions words for reading and listening strategies.
Next week, student groups will begin opening routines for each class.
16/10/17
We are building our skills to ask questions in a variety of forms and under different circumstances.  Whole group and partner activities provide opportunities for oral communication.  Review of the present tense and passé composé (a form of past tense) verb construction continues. Students should now know/memorize the present tense of the 6 most basic French verbs (avoir, être, aller, faire, pouvoir, vouloir) and the "er & re" verb groups (these are covered in the "Keys to French" reference tool as well).  Students need to look up any definitions that they do not know (http://www.wordreference.com is a good source).  We are including a Medicine Wheel theme and religion on an on-going basis.  A new unit exploring Franco-Ontariens begins this week and will overlap with a short Halloween theme.

7e/8e M. Ayers:

16/12/19
We are working on a "grande tâche" which includes the study of verb function, formation (présent/imparfait/passé composé) & meanings, the use of adjectives, some grammar rules & tricks and a significant amount of composition. The theme of the "grande tâche" is Noël (family traditions/ first xmas). The product may be a book (story for children) or video/presentation. Editing, rewriting and monitored feedback is ongoing. This assignment is due Dec. 21 (this is an extended and final due date).

16/11/14
Based on the work of the last two weeks (Remembrance Day/Francine Christophe vidéo - comprehension and vocabulary), we will continue to review grammar structures of verbs in the past tense (imparfait and passé composé).  We will be preparing presentations in small groups; the presentations will be based on an event in our past experience and will follow the model of the Francine Christophe video.
Each small group will present the info from another group's composition.  This assignment is due Thursday Nov 24 and Friday Nov 25.

16/10/24
We continue our study of present and passé composé verbs and themes/vocabulary of Halloween. Also, five questions words for reading and listening strategies.
Next week, student groups will begin opening routines for each class.
16/10/17
 We are building our skills to ask questions in a variety of forms and under different circumstances.  Whole group and partner activities provide opportunities for oral communication; specifically we will create conversational skits to demonstrate understanding and ability.  Review of the present tense and passé composé (a form of past tense) verb construction continues. Students should now know/memorize the present tense of the 6 most basic French verbs (avoir, être, aller, faire, pouvoir, vouloir) and the "er & re" verb groups (these are covered in the "Keys to French" reference tool as well).  Students need to look up any definitions that they do not know (http://www.wordreference.com is a good source).  We are including a Medicine Wheel theme and religion on an on-going basis.  A new unit exploring Franco-Ontariens begins this week and will overlap with a short Halloween theme.