Français
Madame Lundeen
Purpose
Pourquoi est-ce que nous sommes ici?
The purpose of this class to is learn how to
read, write, speak and understan...
Pourquoi apprendre le
français?
www.pimsleur.com
Around 220 million people around the world speak French
No, but really, why learn
French?
Learning a foreign language helps you to improve important
life skills such as bravery, ...
Statement of Purpose
In this class, we are here to
learn about the French
language and the people who
speak it. In order t...
Les Règles
DO:
-Speak in French
-Follow teacher’s directions
-Stay focused and on task
-Come to class prepared and
on time...
Procédures Quotidiennes:
au début de la classe
-Turn in your homework at the front of the room and begin the
daily warm-up...
Procédures Quotidiennes:
durant la classe
When can I use English? Foreign languages are best learned through
immersion, so...
Procédures Quotidiennes:
A la fin de la classe
Pack up all of your materials and make sure your area is tidy.
Double check...
Weekly/Monthly Procedures
Weekly sentences: On Fridays, turn in 10 sentences in French using that
week’s verbs and verb te...
Les Bonnes Conséquences 
Positive 
-Learn French! Impress your friends and family! Travel
abroad with ease! Flirt with t...
Les Mauvaises Conséquences 
Negative
-Learn nothing. Be bored
-Waste all of our time
-Confiscation of your stuff
-General...
Action Plan
The class will modify this contract as needed, and then
will sign it and turn it in:
I___________, agree to th...
Crisis Plan
1. Call Office.
2. Ask responsible, predetermined
student to oversee class.
3. Remove problem student from
cla...
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  1. 1. Français Madame Lundeen
  2. 2. Purpose Pourquoi est-ce que nous sommes ici? The purpose of this class to is learn how to read, write, speak and understand French as well as to learn about the French-speaking world, or “La Francophonie” www.beausoleilmusic.comwww.redbull.comwww.caribbeanreviewofbooks.com Aimé Césaire, poet, author and politician Candide Thovex, pro-skier BeauSoleil, Cajun/Creole band
  3. 3. Pourquoi apprendre le français? www.pimsleur.com Around 220 million people around the world speak French
  4. 4. No, but really, why learn French? Learning a foreign language helps you to improve important life skills such as bravery, compassion, patience, and a good sense of humor. It can change the way you think about communication, help you to meet new people, allow you to read without translation, and enjoy your travels in a much more rich and meaningful way. It might (maybe!) even help you learn about new and exciting ideas and places! As an added bonus, French belongs to a group of languages called “romance languages” that descend from Latin and include Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, and Italian. These languages are closely related, so learning one will help you when you decide to learn another one! Ever wonder about the roots of certain English words? A lot of them come from Latin, just like French. Learning French can expand your English vocabulary! (Ex: Ameliorate and améliorer mean to improve-- oh how à propos for this class!)
  5. 5. Statement of Purpose In this class, we are here to learn about the French language and the people who speak it. In order to achieve these goals, we seek to create a learning environment that is fun, supportive and focused.
  6. 6. Les Règles DO: -Speak in French -Follow teacher’s directions -Stay focused and on task -Come to class prepared and on time. -Turn your homework in on time. -Treat your teacher and classmates with respect -Raise your hand and participate in class. -Ask for help -Use common sense DON’T: -Speak in English, unless asked. -Interrupt -Cheat, lie or steal -Distract classmates -Make excuses
  7. 7. Procédures Quotidiennes: au début de la classe -Turn in your homework at the front of the room and begin the daily warm-up posted on the board. -Get out your materials. -Copy tonight’s assignment from the board in your agenda. -Be in seat and quietly working when the bell rings. -D’accord, vous êtes prêts?
  8. 8. Procédures Quotidiennes: durant la classe When can I use English? Foreign languages are best learned through immersion, so I ask that you speak in French as much as possible. However, it is natural that you won’t know words or understand comments. In these cases, please ask, “Comment dit-on ____ en français?” or say, “Je ne comprends pas. Expliquez en anglais, s’il vous plaît!” English is a last resort!!! When can I use Les Toilettes? When you need to. Don’t ask me, just go. Take a pass, sign out, and no more than 2 at a time. Can I send text messages in class? Mais Non! All cell phones should be left in lockers. If you forget, turn it off and keep it in your backpack. Can I go to my locker to get my book? Mais Non! If you forget something, you are out of luck! Please make sure to bring all of your materials everyday. Can I talk to my friend while you’re talking? Yes, you may speak to your friend in French while I am speaking so long as you don’t distract anyone. Il faut parler en français!
  9. 9. Procédures Quotidiennes: A la fin de la classe Pack up all of your materials and make sure your area is tidy. Double check that you have written down tonight’s assignment and know how to do it. When I give you the go-ahead, you may line up and speak with your friends until the bell rings.
  10. 10. Weekly/Monthly Procedures Weekly sentences: On Fridays, turn in 10 sentences in French using that week’s verbs and verb tenses. I will return your graded sentences on Monday. I expect you to recopy them correctly and turn in the final version on Thursday. Semester creative group projects: Plan in advance. You will not have to meet with your group outside of class time, but you will need to do outside work for these projects. Do not procrastinate! Do your part of the project. Self-grading (quarterly): In the final week of each quarter, you will submit a 5-7 sentence honest explanation of the grade that you think you earned. Please elaborate on your participation in class, your effort level, your improvement, and anything else that might not be obvious from the grades I already have. Extra Credit: There are minimal opportunities for extra credit. Do not expect to be able to significantly change your letter grade through extra credit. Miscellaneous: Drills: Follow my directions, and listen to the intercom announcements. Assemblies: Stay together as a class, and give the speakers your full attention. Field Trips: I want us to go on field trips frequently, but I have to trust that you will have top-notch behavior. I want to be wow-ed by how well you listen and respect wherever we go so that we can go on more trips in the future!
  11. 11. Les Bonnes Conséquences  Positive  -Learn French! Impress your friends and family! Travel abroad with ease! Flirt with that cute French guy/gal! - More fun activities! French food, movies, music, and field trips. -Pride -Good grades -Praise -General happiness -Sit where you want -Games http://www.myitaliansmorgasbord.com/2014/02/16/pain-au-chocolat-step-by-step-of-a-work-in- progress/
  12. 12. Les Mauvaises Conséquences  Negative -Learn nothing. Be bored -Waste all of our time -Confiscation of your stuff -General sadness -Seating arrangement -Parent involvement -Principal involvement
  13. 13. Action Plan The class will modify this contract as needed, and then will sign it and turn it in: I___________, agree to the following: I will treat my teacher and classmates with respect. I will come to class prepared. I will speak in French as much as possible. I will turn in work that reflects my best efforts. I will ask questions when I am confused. I understand that if I am unable to live up to these expectations, negative consequences will result. Likewise, I understand that if I follow these expectations, positive consequences will result. Signed___________________________ P.S. FYI: You can thank the Frenchie Jean Jacques Rousseau for the social contract theory!
  14. 14. Crisis Plan 1. Call Office. 2. Ask responsible, predetermined student to oversee class. 3. Remove problem student from classroom. Assist student to regain self control, or accompany student to office. 4. Notify parents.

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