West Port High School
Subject: World Languages
Number of Credits: one (1)
Instructor: Janice S. Lundy firstname.lastname@example.org
Room: Building 5 Room 237
A.L.P.H.A. Time: A lunch
French 2 reinforces the fundamental skills acquired by the students in French 1. The course develops increased listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as well as cultural awareness. Specific content to be covered is a continuation of listening and oral skills acquired in French 1. Reading and writing receive more emphasis, while oral communication remains the primary objective. The cultural survey of the target language-speaking people is continued.
The purpose of this course is to enhance proficiency in French through a linguistic, communicative, and cultural approach to language learning. There is continued emphasis on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and on the acquisition of the fundamentals of applied grammar. Cross-cultural understanding is fostered and real-life applications are emphasized throughout the course. The content should include, but not be limited to, the following; - conversational expression of feelings, ideas, and opinions in French - comprehension of spoken and written French - oral and written presentation of information and ideas, in French, to an audience - social interaction patterns within French culture - connections between the French language and culture and other disciplines - communication patterns of languages - French language usage within and beyond the school setting
Textbook: Bien Dit French 1 Holt McDougall
A student exercise book will be provided, as well as a textbook.. Students need to bring their notebook daily along with paper, pencil and pen. Bring a limited number of colored markers or pencils and a French/English dictionary, if possible. (rather than purchasing a dictionary at a retail store, you might find one at the various Marion County Public Library sales)
According to the 2020-2021 Student Handbok, students must take the intiative to make up their work when absent from school. Absent students: Remember to click on the teacher's web site, which will direct you to Microsoft Teams. Students may make up work for full credit: Students have ONE day to make up missed work for each day missed, up to three days. Special arrangements with teachers must be made after an absence of more than three days. No further extensions will be given. Extra credit is NOT an option.
All students need to check their grades on the student portal on a daily basis. Certain assignments can be made up within a period of time determined by the teacher. Don't wait until it is too late. Due dates are very clearly marked on Microsoft Teams.
Standard 1 (Reading)
Standard 2 (Writing: presentational and interpersonal)
Standard 3 (Speaking: presentational and interpersonal)
Standard 4 ( Listening Comprehension)