• What you READ
• What you WATCH
• What you LISTEN TO
Français 1: In English, on your little scrap paper, write down this little list:
• What you READ
• What you WATCH
• What you LISTEN TO
Français 1: No homework yet!
Français 3: Be practicing the Quizlet with the irregular participes passés!
Français 4: In class today, we worked on double-checking, and fixing, two parts of your summer packet (to help with your "Quality" grade, when you turn them in again). Homework tonight, is to doublecheck and correct two things:
1-- The recipes: Make sure that you listed your ingredients with the CORRECT partitive article... (or the word un or une, or a number, if that's more appropriate). ONLY use des if your item is plural! You weren't supposed to put definite quantities, just these "some" words, so, if you know that you needed "some eggs", you should use des.... des oeufs. That means: some eggs. If you write, de l'oeuf, that just means some part of just one egg! Like, "Ewww, what is this smear on my desk??? Eww! It's de l'oeuf!" (=it's some egg). Also, remember that you use du if your item is masculine, unless it starts with a vowel or h.... so du sucre, du café, but de l'huile, de l'eau.
2-- On page 3B: You have a column, on the left, that are words for QUANTITIES. Whenever you use a QUANTITY word before a food item, do NOT USE du/de la / de l'/ or des.... USE: de (d').... because you just need the word for of . This applies even to non-specific quantity expressions, like beaucoup, un peu, and assez . See the examples in the box below that column of words.
3-- Also On Page 3B: The column on the right side, is a list of descriptions.... these are all ADJECTIVES... so the ending has to "agree" with what it's describing.
4-- SO.. for the activity on pages 26&27, where I gave you a partial phrase, but left a blank... you have to take note in your mind of how I wrote the phrase... for example, if I put "un peu de _____", you can NOT change de to d', and should not follow de with le, la, l', or les (because it's a quantity phrase) use it as I wrote it, and pick a word for the blank, that does not start with h or a vowel.
For the phrases that have DESCRIPTIONS: notice how the adjective looks at the end! If it is written in the plural, feminine form, your item in the blank must be a feminine food item that is written in plural. If it is written for masculine, plural, you must use a masculine food item that you put into plural... etc.
SO: Your homework is to carefully look through pages 26 & 27 and make sure you have put appropriate words in the blanks! You may change what you have... you will be graded (eventually) on QUALITY here. Also, look through what you wrote for the ingredients of recipes, and double-check/fix your du/de la/ de l' / des / un /une usage.
Français 3: If you missed class today, note that I pared down the clothing-related vocab words to just the words on this Quizlet (know any 25 of those, from French), and this one (know any 5 of those). These are the only two vocab Quizlets now in that folder linked from the moodle. You ALSO have to know the celui/lequel, etc. phrases (there will be a word bank in French).
Français 4: In Tuesday's class, I will go over several of the readings for the final exam. You need to be there!
Matthew, Elise, Alex D.: I emailed you with specific work, a calendar, and a link to an assignment.
Français 3: I have posted the schedule for the rest of the year, in a folder at the top of the moodle, called "MAY: Finals and unit tests Schedule and Info here!Folder". I'm also attaching it below. We have TWO TESTS before the final exam! Read the schedule! NOTE: The clothing vocab test will be FROM FRENCH, and you will just have to recognize 25 of the words (but nothing from French 1).
IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY: We did a Kahoot with celui/lequel (etc.) & clothing; then we did online Quizlet practice with that same topic and with conjugating future tense... all of these are in that folder of activitiies that is linked from the moodle (or go to it, here ).
Français 4: I have posted the schedule for the rest of the year, in a folder at the top of the moodle, called "Français 4 • May/Finals Schedule & Info". I am also attaching it below.
EXTRA CREDIT: I have also uploaded TWO Extra-Credit opportunities, at the top of the moodle. They are both to be done AT the St. Louis Art Museum (two topics, so two different sets of photos to take... do both while you are there, unless you've already done the Rodin one).
Français 3: Be sure that the two-sided worksheet of translations is complete.
Français 4: Begin working on your two parts of the final exam.
Français 3: Alexandra, Qiara, and Lauren: I sent you an email with notes and a quick worksheet, and explanation of when you will take your test (Monday, after school). I sent to your Pattonville email account. We are on a tight schedule now, so please be sure that this is ready for Monday, as you will need it for an activity on Monday.
Français 3: See post for mardi (about test Thursday--3rd hour, Friday--2nd hour).
Français 4: Ummmm.... PAS DE DEVOIRS CE SOIR! Woo hoo!
Français 3: First: Save the Quizlet video (that was due today) on your drive, and share the link to it, to me. THEN: Do #s 6, 7, 8, 9 (using whatever verbs you want) on the worksheet that we were practicing with today. TEST THIS WEEK ON THE LONG DAY over pendant, depuis, puisque, etc. Study by using the two Quizlets about "on lave les pommes" and "on écoute la musique", linked on the moodle.
Français 4: History & culture facts test Wednesday!
Français 3: Go to this Quizlet folder, please, and make a screen video* of yourself practicing any of the bottom THREE Quizlets. * Include the full screen, including the top bar with your clock time in it.
Français 4: History & culture of the Renaissance and the Val de Loire test on Wednesday. Use the Quizlet and Quia for studying.
EVERYONE: Attached below, you'll find the EOC weeks schedule.
Français 3: Both classes: Do numbers 5, 6, 7, & 8 ....2nd Hour! I made a mistake! I assigned numbers 1-4 for homework, but I didn't remember that I had already used those on the note sheet. Instead, do numbers 5, 6, 7, & 8 (translate the question into English, write a French answer, translate the French answer into English).
Wednesday's 3rd Hour class: Finish filling out those LOTO boards.
Vérifiez les devoirs ici!
Check homework assignments here for any of my classes. Be careful of the date!