Bridge intercultural and interpersonal communication, as well as interpretive reading and listening, seamlessly in this unit all about Quebec! Students will discuss important landmarks, cultural events and winter spectacles, québécois expressions and dialect, traditional food and music all in French! Essential to this guide is the beautifully illustrated and told story, Disco and Me: An Unexpected Adventure In Quebec/Disco et moi: un adventure inattendue au Québec. (Find out more information and purchase the book at: http://indieauthorbooks.com/childrens/disco-and-me/ or katrinalinscott.com). This 44 pg guide includes associated standards, 14 activity pages, glossaries, example assessments, and worksheet key. Glossaires cover phonetic skills (various accents and letter blends), Québécois expressions and a proverb, and vocabulary. Activity pages include a map, cultural information and various vocabulary, cultural, and phonetic related exercises, such as a scavenger hunt, drawing, a word find, and a song. The book (purchased separately) and teacher guide can serve as stand alone unit. This is ideal for middle school, but can serve younger students in a French immersion program or homeschool.
Disco and Me was both illustrated and written by me (Katrina Shambarger Linscott), as well as self-published and funded. Both the book and teacher guide were labors of love! Here is an article about me and the journey: https://www.mdislander.com/living/bilingual-book-tours-quebec Thank you for your purchase and support!