2nd Hour French 3 students... please check your email for a serious email from me.
Français 3, 2nd Hour: Bonjour mes chers élèves de la 2e heure!
If any of you are interested in taking your test sometime this week, instead of waiting until that January 7th date, when we return, I'm more than happy to have you come and do that. It will still have the passé simple test, then a section on the 6 special-case être verbs, and agreeing with PDOP vs agreeing with subject, and a section with household vocab (nothing related to imparfait). If you know it all really well, you'd need about an hour, maybe less. Otherwise, you'd want to plan on 60-90 minutes (it really shouldn't take 90 minutes).
So... I'm open to any time during the regular testing of 1, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th hours (in my room) or at 10:30 any of those days (in my room). Please let me know if you plan on coming. If it will help any of you to relax more over break, by getting this done before we leave on break, that would be great, and it would help me get a start on grading.
EVERYONE: Please see my comments, below. The info, above, is from Dr. Dobrinic, regarding the schedule.
Français 1: Whether or not we are at school before the day of our final exam, you are still required to practice with all of the review activities for the final, and save a screen shot at the end of each game. Those screen shots need to be saved in that folder on your desktop. You will earn a review grade for this, and you WILL lose points if you have not practiced at minimum one time with each activity...at school, or not (after all, you still need to study for the final!). THEN: Open CHROME (not Safari, this must be done in Chrome), and sign in to your PHS Google account (be sure you are signed OUT of any other Google accounts), and upload that FOLDER onto your drive. Then, share it with me (do NOT send it as an attachment to an email... follow the "share" procedure to share items that remain on your drive. See instructions I have attached, below, if you don't know how.
Français 3: So... no school Monday, means that our Passé Simple test will still happen, but will happen on the day of the final exam. That means that I will shorten the final exam to remove the section on choosing between the imparfait vs the passé composé. The other semester topics will still be on the final exam (see handout regarding final exam topics).
Français 4: Nothing changes for us... final exam will still happen the day it is scheduled.
Français 1: Worksheet handed out today: do the two sentences that include "have to" (it's written in green), and one other one. You should also be studying for the final exam, using the online activities in the Final Exam section of the moodle.
Français 3: Vous savez déjà: examen lundi, 16 décembre.
Français 4: Examen vendredi.
Français 1: Start studying for the final exam. The review activities, and the final exam schedule, are on the moodle.
Français 3: TEST: Passé Simple test is scheduled for Monday, December 16. Below, is a reminder of what you need to know, and how it will be structured. NOTE: IF WE HAVE A SNOW DAY ON MONDAY, this test WILL STILL HAPPEN... it will be given during your final exam time slot, and I will just shorten the other parts of the final exam.
Français 4: Participles test on Friday (C Day).
Français 1: Go to this Quizlet. Write out any 6 sentences/questions on here, in French, with the English translation.
Français 3: Passé Simple test will be on Monday of next week. Tonight, do any six of the people on the worksheet attached below. If you can't print it out, just do it on separate paper.
Français 4: Participles test on Friday (our long day this week). I handed out some sentences to work with in class today, for homework.
Français 1: Times worksheet: Be sure that the first 20 are translated into English. THEN: Ignore numbers 21-30, and go to the second section... it's on the back. Pick any 5 of those to do... for those, you have to write out the French! Be careful of whether you need to start with "Il est..." or "À...", and put the correct phrase for in the morning, in the afternoon, or in the evening/at night (NOTE: I only tell you a.m. or p.m.... you have to think for a minute about whether it's morning, afternoon, or evening/night.)
Français 3: Finish the worksheet I handed out in class today. If you were absent, email me, and I will send it to you.
Français 4: FIRST: If you missed class today, please upload your QUIA video from Thursday night's assignment, onto your drive, and share that with me (you know, share the link). THEN: Everyone has another QUIA activity to do this weekend... this one... and again, self video it, save on your drive, and share with me.
Français 3: 2nd Hour ONLY: Worksheet-- 15 examples of passé simple irregulars --find infinitive, translate
Français 4: Do this QUIA activity, self-video it, save the video to your drive, and share it with me.
Français 1: Pick any 10 of the clock times written on the front of the worksheet ( be sure to read the directions at the top of the worksheet!). Marissa, I attached a copy below, if you are well enough to work on it.
Français 3: 3rd Hour only: Practice the Passé Simple on Quizlet... two links on the moodle.
Français 4: Claudel & Rodin test on Thursday.
Français 3: I handed out a worksheet, so if you missed class today, it is attached below. Directions and example are on it. You'll use your new notes about the Passé Simple, to do it (and probably WordReference).If you can't print it, you'll need to write it all out on separate paper. We also got more notes, but I'll have to give you those when I see you next.
Vérifiez les devoirs ici!
Check homework assignments here for any of my classes. Be careful of the date!