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Intermediate French II

Intermediate French II

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Quick Overview

The Level 2 French course is the second year of introductory French for students in grades 3-5. The content of each unit is based on an authentic story, myth, or legend from a French-speaking culture. Each story provides a framework for students to learn vocabulary, acquire basic grammar principles, practice pronunciation, and explore cultural topics. Story and song animations, practice activities, games, and assessments encourage students to engage with the French language in a rewarding, low-stress environment. As students move through the course, they will become more comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of French. They will learn simple French phrases related to each theme, and continue to read, write, speak and listen for meaning. They will also come to recognize some of the history, practices, and products that define French-speaking cultures around the world.
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Course Description

The Level 2 French course is the second year of introductory French for students in grades 3-5. The content of each unit is based on an authentic story, myth, or legend from a French-speaking culture. Each story provides a framework for students to learn vocabulary, acquire basic grammar principles, practice pronunciation, and explore cultural topics. Story and song animations, practice activities, games, and assessments encourage students to engage with the French language in a rewarding, low-stress environment. As students move through the course, they will become more comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of French. They will learn simple French phrases related to each theme, and continue to read, write, speak and listen for meaning. They will also come to recognize some of the history, practices, and products that define French-speaking cultures around the world.

 
 
Course Outline

Unit 1: Greetings

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can greet someone and ask for information. 2. I can introduce myself and provide basic personal information. 3. I can understand when people introduce themselves or ask simple questions.
  • Authentic Story: Le lièvre et la tortue

Unit 2: Numbers

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can count by 10s from 20-100. 2. I can say how much something costs. 3. I can write something I have heard, such as simple information in a phone message.
  • Authentic Story: Le Petit Poucet

Unit 3: Family

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can say or write something about the members of my family and ask about someone’s family. 2. I can list my family members, their ages, their relationships to me and what they like to do. 3. I can identify family member words on a family tree.
  • Authentic Story: La chasse-gallerie

Unit 4: Appearances

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can describe how I look. 2. I can describe how a friend or classmate looks. 3. I can complete a simple online form.
  • Authentic Story: Pomme d’Api

Unit 5: Attributes

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can describe physical attributes. 2. I can write a short physical description. 3. I can understand a description of physical attributes.
  • Authentic Story: La reine des oiseaux

Unit 6: School Subjects

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can list my classes and say what time they start and end. 2. I can fill out a simple schedule. 3. I can list which school subjects I like and which ones I dislike.
  • Authentic Story: Une vie de lapin

Unit 7: Time

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can give the time. 2. I can answer questions about what I am doing and what I did. 3. I can answer questions about where I am going and where I went.
  • Authentic Story: Le roi Salomon

Unit 8: Sports and Activities

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can say which sports I like and which ones I dislike. 2. I can talk about sports based on pictures and photos. 3. I can create a list of topics or categories using vocabulary I have learned.
  • Authentic Story: Tortue

Unit 9: Review

Unit 10: Body

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can recognize the names of some parts of the body. 2. I can label parts of the body on a chart. 3. I can say what part of someone else’s body hurts and what part of my body hurts.
  • Authentic Story: Le serpent et la grenouille

Unit 11: Animals

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can talk about animals based on pictures and photos. 2. I can say which group each animal belongs to. 3. I can ask questions about an animal to learn which animal group it is part of.
  • Authentic Story: Le jeune crapaud et Simbi

Unit 12: Fabrics and Accessories

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can describe what I am wearing. 2. I can identify the fabric used in an item of clothing. 3. I can make a list of accessories someone is wearing.
  • Authentic Story: Abeille et le roi des trolls

Unit 13: Cooking

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can check off words or phrases on a to-do list. 2. I can use vocabulary related to cooking. 3. I can write or say the steps needed to complete a recipe.
  • Authentic Story: L’araignée gourmande

Unit 14: Stores and Shopping

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can talk about places I know. 2. I can ask where to buy an item. 3. I can tell someone where to buy an item.
  • Authentic Story: La tuque percée

Unit 15: Surroundings

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can name different surrounding. 2. I can present basic information about my community, town, city, state or country. 3. I can write simple statements about where I live.
  • Authentic Story: Le chacal et le soleil

Unit 16: Continents and Directions

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can name each continent. 2. I can give directions using cardinal points. 3. I can label a map of the world.
  • Authentic Story: Jacques Cartier

Unit 17: Hobbies

  • Can do Statements: 1. I can list my favorite and least favorite free-time activities. 2. I can talk and write about what I do on the weekends. 3. I can label times and activities on my daily schedule.
  • Authentic Story: Les jouets

Unit 18: Review

Additional Information

Course Length 10 Months
Prerequisites Intermediate French I
Course Materials

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Courses with a teacher have designated start dates throughout Fall, Spring, and Summer. Full-year courses last 10 months and semester courses last 4 months. Courses are taught by teachers in K12 International Academy. For details on start dates, click here.

Teacher Assisted Yes, this course is taught by a K12 International Academy teacher. If you are looking for a teacher-supported option with additional flexibility and year-round start dates, click here to learn about the Keystone School, another K12 online private schooling option.
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  • CPU: 1.8 GHz or faster processor (or equivalent)

  • RAM: 1GB of RAM

  • Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 10.0 versions or higher, Chrome 17.0 or higher

  • At this time our users are encouraged not to upgrade to Windows 10 or Edge (the new browser)

 

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  • CPU: PowerPC G4 1 GHz or faster processor; Intel Core Duo 1.83 GHz or faster processor

  • RAM: 1GB of RAM

  • Browser: Firefox 10.0 versions or higher, Chrome 17.0 or higher (Safari is not supported!)

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