Subject/Level: French, Level 1
Unit: Greetings and Courtesies
Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to greetings, introductions, farewells, classroom commands, courtesy phrases, formal and informal forms of address, and asking and answering “How are you?”
Learning Objectives: Students will be able to 1) demonstrate listening and reading comprehension using greetings and courtesies related vocabulary 2) self-evaluate areas of weakness prior to assessment.
Standards: Communication and Cultures
L1: Demonstrate command of conventions and grammar when writing and speaking
L2: Demonstrate command of conventions of capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
L3: Apply knowledge of language functions in order to affect comprehension and expression across contexts
L4: Extract meaning from unknown words and phrases using context clues, word parts, and appropriate references
L5: Demonstrate understanding of figurative expression, word relationships, and nuances in language
R1: Read closely and state meaning of text. Give specific examples from text to support conclusions
R5: Use structure of text, text components, and formatting to assist in understanding the text
R8: Evaluate arguments, form an opinion and give evidence from the text to support or refute a claim
W2: Write a sequential, organized text to inform
W4: Present information clearly demonstrating consideration of perspective, purpose, and audience
W10: Write frequently on a variety of topics for a variety of purposes
SL1: Participate effectively in a range of conversations demonstrating the ability to understand the ideas of others and clearly express your own
SL2: Evaluate and use information from diverse media to understand and communicate
Materials Used: anticipatory set, guided and independent practice, closure, listening script, answer keys.
Estimated Time: 45 minutes
1. Students review for assessment for the Greetings and Courtesies Unit of study.
2. Students demonstrate reading and listening comprehension with Greetings and Courtesies vocabulary.