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Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De

Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
Long-Range Plan Le shopping Vêtements Adjectifs Possessive De
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PACE lessons get students using using higher order thinking and function over form! Students explore and create their own grammar rule on possession using De. The lesson also covers clothing, price, C'est vs Ce sont, adjective placement and agreement, and contractions with De using the three modes of communication: reading, speaking and presentation.

So, what is PACE?

Presentation, Attention, Co-construct an explanation, Extension:

The magic of PACE is that it teaches kids that they do *not* need to know EVERYTHING in a foreign language in order to grasp the main idea and to tackle challenges on their own. It boosts confidence, and students are more likely to remember what they've learned in class because they discovered it themselves! The tasks are student-centered and allow the teacher to act as a facilitator to student learning.

PACE is entirely student-centered. The goal of is for students to drive their own learning. This lesson is built to be entirely conducted in the target language. How does PACE do this? First, students are presented the reading material in a comprehensible way. The reading is short and easy to digest, which establishes comfort in the lesson. At each consecutive step in the lesson, students are slightly pushed to a higher order thinking process. This follows Krashen’s C+1 theory (Comprehensible input + 1) for second language acquisition; students must feel comfortable in the language in order to learn and store a new and more difficult concept. The Presentation phase involves TPRS (Total Physical Response Storytelling), providing students with the vocabulary and linguistic bits needed to complete the next activity. TPRS is fun and gets students active through kinesthetic learning! The Presentation phase of PACE succeeds in lowering a student’s affective filter—the negative anxiety that prevents a student from opening up to foreign language—therefore promoting language acquisition. Students feel comfortable with the reading though the Presentation phase, little do they know that they are seeing new grammar points scattered throughout the comfortable reading (C+1). This leads to the Attention phase.

Through the carefully planned subsequent activities, students are guided by the teacher to the new grammar point that is still hidden in plain sight in the text. Remember that thanks to the Presentation phase, students have a general idea of what the text already says even without understanding the grammar—function over form teaching—now the Attention phase asks students to isolate the grammar point without them being aware of it, therefore lowering student anxiety and readying them for the novel language point. Then, through guided questions, students will slowly become aware of the grammar point--this is fun when students get excited about what is now glaringly obvious to them and they raise their hands excited to blurt out what they see.

At this point, students are comfortable with function and are aware of the form, but not yet how to use it/form it themselves. Now you have them hooked. Students are challenged to co-construct an explanation of the grammar point. You will see students scanning the text, working together to piece the grammar puzzle together. And voilà, students have come up with the grammar rule on their own!

Finally, students apply their grammar rule in a follow-up activity for practice, the Extension phase. The extension activity WebQuest is meaningful, engaging, and real-world. Students will love going shopping in France and most already love online shopping. This activity gives them the chance to explore and navigate real clothing stores in France for men, women, girls, and boys at H&M, Zara, and Jules and to reflect on style differences between the US and France.

These websites are in French and incorporate current French looks and styles that students will find intriguing and allow them to feel more connected to French culture. *Le Shopping WebQuest is available in my store for separate download*

This six day lesson incorporates the Comparisons standard via linguistic comparisons of French and English, and also touches the Community Standard by bringing students in contact with French shopping boutiques through a WebQuest. This lesson also touches on the Connections standard through mathematical reasoning. In addition, this lesson includes real world application—shopping online.

This Long-Range plan is included with National Standards, preparation activities, meaningful and communicative activities, short story, visual aids, formative/summative Assessement, differentiated activities, and WebQuest and the necessary materials

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22 pages
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