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Newport-Mesa Unified School District Office of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction Department Languages Course Title French 1AB Course Code GY300 Grade Level semesters) Credits/Semester Recommended
Elective Credit Humanities Community College Articulation Name of College UC/CSU Articulation Name of University Meets UC/CSU a-g Requirement
Meets NCAA Honors Grading Differentiation No COURSE DESCRIPTIONCALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDSWhile current State guidelines are being completed for World Languages, the NMUSD will adhere to National standards & guidelineForeign languages and our ability to use them are an effective instrument for international understanding and allow students access into the global community.The World Languages program is dedicated to providing a comprehensive, competitive program for language learners that integrates the five Cs of language acquisition which are aligned with the National Standards, ACFTL Proficiency Guidelines, California Framework for World Languages, and California Standards for the Teaching Profession:
COMMUNICATION - Students present information and exchange ideas about a variety of subjects- Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and - Students understand and interpret spoken and written French on a variety of topics.- Students present information, concepts, and ideas in French to an audience.
CULTURES - Students acquire knowledge and develop understandings of cultures other than their own.- Demonstrate understanding between practices and perspectives of Hispanic Cultures.
- Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of Hispanic cultures.CONNECTIONS - Topics integrate disciplines such as history, art, music, and English to reinforce what the student is learning in the school
setting with their current language studies.
- Students reinforce and further heir knowledge of other disciplines through French.
- Acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the French language and cultures.COMPARISONS - Students gain insights into languages as they compare their respective use of expressions, conventions, and language structures.
Critical thinking skills are challenged with various teaching approaches and techniques.- Demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons between French and English.- Demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons between Hispanic cultures and their COMMUNITIES - Students learn to use the target language within and beyond the school setting- Students show evidence of becoming life long learners by using French for personal enjoyment and Student achievement in all 4 receptive and productive language modalities (reading, writing, listening, speaking) will be measutests, quizzes, informal oral/aural/written comprehension checks, homework, class work, notebooks, portfolios, contextualized performance assessments, and written assessments using departmentalized rubrics.
District-wide benchmark assessments will be assessed using the following chart: Course Outline Unit 1 Key Terms (15-26 days) goodbyes, Saying where you are from others where they are from.
*Numbers 0-*Saying what day it is.
*Answering yes/no *Introducing yourself *Saying where you *Numbers 0-100 students present a variety of subjects : students acquire knowledge cultures other than students gain insights into languages as they respective use of language structures.
Critical thinking skills are challenged with techniques.students learn to use the target language within and beyond the school setting integrate disciplines such as history, art, music, and English to student is learning in the school setting with their current language *Students will greet others using appropriate cultural mannerisms and language expressions.(morning, afternoon, evening).
Guided skit, mini dialogs.
*Students will introduce themselves and others using formal & informal Comment tu fappelles?
Je *Students will ask for phone numbers and respond w/ their own.
Ex.White board practice partner activity.
Quel est ton numero de telephone? speaking countries and capitols.
French-Bleu and ancillaries Allez Viens! Holt, Rinehart, materials & gazines and all saying names.
*Geography: Know where French simple words, Understandinwith contentContent: Present key terms and explanations of concepts and content vocabulary in Process: Modified input, slower speech, modeling, visual/aural cues, and repetition are used to accommodate special needs students.Provide multiple modality explanations and practice, partner practice, scaffolding and memorization strategies.
Product: Differentiated grading, including but not limited to: matching, oral, or fill-in quizzes for poor spellers, second chance teacher-monitored essay and test correction (before grading), partner , Art, Traditions, Current events, Cultural issues, cross-curricular selected topics.Process: Cooperative learning activities, CPR Cultural Research Projects, Culturally based reading selections in the target language:
Reading selections including news/magazine articles, stories, current events, authentic excerpts, poetry.
Product: Presentations, projects, performances, group leadership.Formative Assessments:
Checks for understanding, quizzes, homework review, rough drafts of mini essays.
Benchmark tests: Unit tests, midterm, final exam.Summative Assessments:
Chapter tests, research papers/essays, midterm and final exams.
Unit 2 Key Terms *Introduction to students present a variety of subjects : students acquire knowledge and *A/B Partner Activities: Speaking & and ancillaries Allez Viens! Holt, Rinehart,
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