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Les Devoirs - French Homework Options

LES DEVOIRS – HOMEWORK/INDEPENDENT STUDY INSTRUCTIONS  

 

Due every class (with a few exceptions). Homework may be completed in my room before the next class during lunch or after school.  Sign up for a homework session if you would like to complete the homework in my room.

 

1.       Every class your teacher (sometimes you) will choose one category on the LOTO board.  Complete ONE option from this category on the e-board.  Sometimes your teacher will assign a specific option and sometimes you get to choose an option.  Your teacher will make an effort to let you start your homework at the end of class. Some options COUNT AS 2 OR 3 HOMEWORKS. The assignments are designed to help you practice the French language as well as learn about Francophone (French-speaking) cultures. 

 

2.       Each assignment will be due at the BEGINNING OF THE NEXT CLASS. The homework checker will stamp the completed category on the Loto board.  If you complete 5 categories in a row, you will have “Loto” and will receive 10 bonus euros. When you complete the whole Loto board, you will receive a homework pass.  

 

3.       Comprehensible Input (Reading & listening) as well as vocabulary are very important for acquiring a language, so we will often do one of these options as an assignment.  If the teacher gives you a free choice, you may do any other assignment ONCE per Marking Period. There are many assignments to choose from (see the e-board for details).

 

4.       Late homework will receive 10 points off per classIf you will not be at school on a due date, turn in the assignment early.  If you are ill on a due date, the homework is due the NEXT CLASS PERIOD. You may receive a study skills session for missing work.

 

5.       Each assignment will receive a rating of 5 – 10.  These rates are listed on the rubric and are up to 100 points, depending on the quality of the work. Amazing assignments will receive up to 20 bonus euros.  Homework is a part of Practice assignments which are 25% of your overall grade.

 

6.        Label each assignment as follows or use the assignment paper below.

Unlabeled assignments will receive a 10 point deduction.

 

          Your name, Block and the Date in FRENCH

Loto category: 

          Option#: _____ Name: ________ (use the title from the instruction sheet)

 

7.       Please keep all work school appropriate (G-rated).  If you are unsure whether your work fulfills this requirement, ask me before the due date and I will tell you.  Inappropriate work receives no credit.

 

 

 

 

 

8.       Your homework will be kept in a file folder in the room after it is returned.  At the end of the marking period it will be returned to you.

 

9.       Please take pride in doing your own work and have the integrity to work independently on your assignments.  Plagiarized work or work done by others or with others gets no credit or work that you have done previously and attempt to turn back in will receive a O –ZERO.

 

 

Nom: _____________________________________   Block: _________ 

Date (en français – in French) : _______________________________

 

LES DEVOIRS

 

LOTO category:  ______________________________________________

Option # __________Name ____________________________________ (use the title from the instruction sheet)

Title: ___________________________________

 

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Parent’s/Teacher’s signature: __________________________________________________

Parent’s/Teacher’s comments: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Grade:  _______

Nom: _____________________________________   Block: _________ 

Date (en français – in French) : _______________________________

 

LES DEVOIRS

 

LOTO category:  ______________________________________________

Option # __________Name ____________________________________ (use the title from the instruction sheet)

Title:  __________________________________

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Parent’s/Teacher’s signature: __________________________________________________

Parent’s/Teacher’s comments: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Grade:  ________

 

Grading Rubric:

 

1.       You will receive up to 10 points for each independent study assignment. (Which = 100%)

 

2.       Your score is determined as follows:

 

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                   10      •exceeds minimum requirements

•highest quality work                                                     = 90 – 100    points

                   9        •shows extra effort, attention and originality

          ______________________________________________________________

 

                   8        •solidly meets requirements                                           = 85 points

                             •good quality work

          ______________________________________________________________

 

                   7        •meets most requirements

                             •average quality work                                                    = 80 points

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                   6        •meets one or two requirements

                             •rushed, lower quality work                                          = 70 – 75

                                                                                                                       points

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                   4       

                             •attempts to meet one or two requirements                             = 60 – 65

                                                                                                                       points

                   3        •poor quality work

 

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                   1        •no attempt to meet requirements                                  = 50 points

                             •inappropriate work

                   0        •not an independent effort

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NOM: _______________________ BLOCK: ____  DATE: ______________________

 

LES DEVOIRS – LOTO

 

CI = Comprehensible Input (Reading & Listening)

 

CI OPTION

 

 

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Name:

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Date: _________

VOCABULARY

or CI OPTION

 

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Name:

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Date: _________

 

CULTURE or CI OPTION

 

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Name:

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Date: ________

ARTISTIC

or CI OPTION

 

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Name:

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Date: ________

MISC or

CI OPTION

 

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Date: ________

TECHNOLOGY

or CI OPTION

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Date: _________

CI OPTION

 

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Date: _________

COMMUNITY or CI OPTION

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Date:  ________

VOCABULARY

or CI OPTION

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Name:

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Date: _________

ARTISTIC or CI OPTION

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Name:

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Date: ________

TECHNOLOGY

or CI OPTION

 

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Date: ________

CULTURE

or CI OPTION

 

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Name:

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Date:  ________

ESPACE LIBRE – FREE SPACE

 

 

Text Box:

MISC or

CI OPTION

 

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Date: ________

COMMUNITY or CI OPTION

 

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COMMUNITY

or CI OPTION

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Date: ________

 

ARTISTIC

or CI OPTION

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Name:

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Date: ________

CULTURE or CI OPTION

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CI OPTION

 

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WRITING or

CI OPTION

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Name:

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Date: ________

WRITING or CI OPTION

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Name:

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Date: ________

MISC or CI

OPTION

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Name:

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Date: ________

TECHNOLOGY

or CI OPTION

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Date: ________

ARTISTIC or CI OPTION

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VOCABULARY

or CI OPTION

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Date: ________


 

 

LES DEVOIRS – HOMEWORK/INDEPENDENT STUDY OPTIONS

 

LOTO:

 

COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT (CI) = READING & LISTENING BASED OPTIONS

 

Option # 1:  Children’s Books                 

 

1 During lunch, come to the classroom and read a childrens’ book/magazine in French. 

2 Pick out a book/magazine that interests you and read it to the best of your ability.

3  If you finish that book, pick a new one to read. 

4 You must read for at least 10 minutes.

5  On a piece of paper, write down the title of each book you read.

6  For each book, write down what the book was about in English

7 At the end of the 10 minutes, have the teacher sign your sheet of paper.

 

Option # 2:  Read a class story                

 

1 Read a recent class story or a student’s timed writing story (ask your French teacher to borrow a blue book) to a parent or the French teacher. 

2 In English explain what is happening in the story to the parent/French teacher.

3 On a piece of paper, write down the title of the story you read and a sentence in English explaining the story.

4 After you have finished, have the parent/teacher sign your sheet of paper. Positive comments are welcome.

5 Return a borrowed blue book to the teacher.

 

Option # 3:  Read a song/poem               

 

1 Read (or sing) a recent class song/poem to a parent or the French teacher. 

2 In English explain what is happening in the song/poem to the parent/French teacher.

3 On a piece of paper, write down the title and author of the song/poem you read (sang).

4 Briefly write down in English what the song/poem is about.

5 After you have finished, have the parent/teacher sign your sheet of paper. Positive comments are welcome.

 

Option # 4:  French language Podcast     (this can also count as a Tech Option) – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Listen to a free French language podcast.  Check out this list of French podcasts www.fluentu.com/french/blog/french-podcasts/ Some of my favorites include:  CoffeeBreak French (look for free lessons), One Thing in a French Day, Learn French by Podcast, JeFrench.com (really simple dialogues), NewsinSlowFrench.com. There is also a fluentu ipad app.

2 Listen for a minimum of 10 minutes (you may listen to the same podcast several times or several podcasts) and write a summary in your OWN words in English what you learned.

3 In the summary, write the program and title of what you heard.

4 Provide as much detail as possible of what you heard.

 

Option # 5:  French language internet site (can also count as a Tech Option)  - COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Look for a site on the internet in French that is interesting to you. google.fr (google search engine in French) is a good place to start. On the site lepointdufle.net you will find all kinds of reading and listening sites for French language learners. Allocine.fr has movie reviews and clips.

2 You can find a site about a musician, athlete, sports team/event, news, country, cultural event, animal, etc.  On google.fr type in the name of the musician, athlete or event.  You may also choose to type a topic that interests you in French, for ex. le basket-ball en France, la cuisine française, le cheerleading en France, etc.

3 Spend at least 10 minutes reading as much as you can on the site and going to the different links. 

4 Print out the home page of the site, then write an explanation in English telling why you picked this site, what you learned on the site and what you found interesting about the site. 

5 The site must be more than 90% French and must be about something specific.

 

Option # 6:  French YouTube video (can also count as a Tech Option)  - COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Look for a YouTube video in French that is interesting to you and is appropriate for school.

2 You can look for a French video tutorial (le tutoriel) on topics such as les crêpes, le football, le skate, le maquillage (make up), etc.  If it is an American game that interests you such as Minecraft write “en français” in your search.  You may also look for a French commercial (search la publicité française) or music video with French and English lyrics.

3 Spend at least 10 minutes listening to the video.  If the video is short, replay it.  If you do not understand the video at all, move on to a different one. 

4 Print out or write the link to the video or print a screenshot, then write an explanation in English telling why you picked this video, 2-3 new French words you learned and what you found interesting about the video.  You may also write about any difficulty you had finding the video.

5 The video must be more than 90% French and must be about something specific.

 

Option # 7:  Parlez avec le professeur                (MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT)

 

1 During lunch or right after school, come into class and talk to the French teacher for at least 5 minutes in French.

2 Have a sheet of paper prepared ahead of time with what you are going to talk about written on it in French.

3 After you have talked about the things on your list, write a short summary in English on the same paper of what was said and have the teacher sign your paper.

 

Option # 8:  Parlez avec un(e) autre élève

 

1 Set up a time to talk with a friend in French.

2 Make sure there is an adult available to monitor you talking.

3 Write out a list of topics you want to discuss.

4  Look up in your vocabulary section any items you might need in your discussion and write them down.

5 Talk with your friend for at least 5 minutes in French  - Check off the items you wrote down as you talk.

6 Have the adult sign that you talked for the 5 minutes.

 

VOCABULARY OPTIONS

 

Option # 9:  Illustrated vocabulary (also counts for Artistic Option)

 

1 On a separate paper draw 5 fancy pictures with the newest words in our vocabulary list, you may not use the same words more than one time.

2  Draw a gorgeous picture illustrating each word and underneath the picture write the word in French spelled correctly. 

3 Don’t forget to write your name, class period, date, and Option #___ & Option name. 

 

Option # 10:  Original sentences – NO TRANSLATOR 

 

Write 5 original, non-repetitive, creative sentences in French using the vocabulary we are presently working on.  Underline or circle the vocabulary word in each sentence.    You are not to use any on-line translator.

 

Option # 11: Sentences – Using any perspective EXCEPT S/HE form

 

1 Select the 5 most difficult words for YOU from the latest vocabulary (see quizlet or notebook).

2 Write a sentence in French for each word. 

3 Write the sentences in any form EXCEPT S/HE form (ex. I, you, they).

4 Circle the vocabulary word.

5  Make sure your sentences are interesting and non-repetitive.

 

Option # 12: Puzzle - May be Crossword puzzle or word search puzzle

 

1 Make a crossword  or word search puzzle – Use a puzzle maker online or LARGE size graph paper.

2 Use at least 5 words from the most recent vocabulary. 

3 Write the CLUES: You may only use English or illustrations for the clues.

4 If your clues are on another sheet of paper, cut them out and glue or tape them neatly on with the puzzle. 

5 Make a KEY of the puzzle & hand it in with the puzzle.

 

Option # 13:  Fan fold vocabulary review (there will be 4 parts to this one)         any time – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Take a piece of binder paper and fold it into 3 columns.

2 Decorate the front of the fan fold with special decorations.

3. On the back write:  Watched me study _________________   &  Watched me take test ______________

3 Label the 1st column “Français” and the 2nd column “Anglais” & the 3rd column “Quiz”

4 In the first column, write in the French column the newest vocabulary words that you need to study (minimum 5 words). 

5 In column 2, next to each word in column 1, write the meaning in English of the word in column 2

6 Have an adult available to see you do the next 2 steps.

7 Study the words in column 1 for 10  minutes per night (you may lift up column 3 to refer to column 2 when necessary).

8 On the third night, quiz yourself by folding column 3 to cover column 2, then writing the meaning of each word on column 3 without peeking.

9 Check and correct your answers in front of the adult.

10 On the lines on the back, have the adult who watched you study and the adult who watched you take the test sign both lines.

 

Option # 14:  Chapter vocabulary Review – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Make a list of the 10 most difficult words from our vocabulary (refer to google slides, quizlet or your notebook). 

2 Under the list, describe an effective and original way to review the words. 

3 Then review the words using the method you described. 

4 You must turn in solid proof that you reviewed the words showing the method you used (i.e. written composition, graphics, & parent or teacher signature). 

5 You may use a partner activity, if you get teacher permission ahead of time.

 

Option # 15:  Vocabulary quiz – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Print in ink on unlined paper or type a vocabulary quiz for the most recent vocabulary words.

2 Use the 5 most difficult words off the recent vocabulary.

3 Your quiz may be fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, matching, illustration or any other creative format you can think of.  (Your quiz may contain more than one format.)

4 Your quiz may be translation format (French to English, or English to French)

5 You MUST include at least 2 extra answers in the answer column to keep students from guessing. 

6 Be sure to make a key for your quiz and turn it in, too. 

7 They should be typed or printed in pen with places for answers to be written, so that they can be copied without any problem (NO LINED PAPER).

A quality quiz may become a class quiz.

 

WRITING BASED OPTIONS

 

Option # 16:  Write a mini-conte  

1 Using the vocabulary we are currently practicing, write a mini-conte of your choosing. 

2 You may write either a mini-conte we told in class, as it was told in class, including all the details, or use it as a basis to make up one of your own. 

3 Make sure to use at least three words from the vocabulary listCircle each word from the vocabulary list the first time you use it.  (Hint:  The words on the list are mostly in the order they occur in the story.  However, you may change the order if necessary.) 

4 Your composition must be minimum of 50 words long.

         

Option # 17:  Mini-conte EXCEPT THE S/HE FORM

 

1 Using recent vocabulary, write one of the mini-conte from class. 

2 You may write any mini-conte. 

3 Write the story you choose as it was told in class, including all the details, but with one difference: 

< >Write the story in any perspective EXCEPT THE S/HE FORM.  (I, you, we, or they)Make sure to use at least three words on the word list.  Watch your verb endings.  Check your verbs.Circle each word from the word list the first time you use it.  (Hint:  The words on the list are mostly in the order they occur in the story.  However, you may change the order if necessary.)what part was easy, hard, fun;would you recommend the project to others; what country the craft is from, etc.  Pick a time when you and a partner can text (SMS) each other in French.You must discuss various topics in French.You may do this at different times as long as you accumulate at least 10 minutes of SMS time.Download your SMS to your computer and copy to a word document, then print a paper copy.include color illustrations, descriptions in French and prices of the clothing items. http://www.quizlet.com, http://www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/french/french.htm, http://www.quia.com, or www.lepointdufle.net/french-learning-material.htm.) to practice French.

 

2 Practice French for at least 15 minutes.

3 Write down the name of the app or the specific site you used to practice French.

4 Write down the title or theme of what you practiced.

5 In an English paragraph, describe in your own words what you learned, how difficult or easy it was, and how much you liked the app/site.

6 Have an adult observer (parent, teacher) sign that you practiced for 15 minutes.

 

 

REVIEW/MISCELLANEOUS OPTIONS

 

Option # 74: Chapter Worksheet    - COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Invent an Exercise for the vocabulary we are doing in class. 

2 It must be based on the Chapter story and contain at least 10 items. 

3 It must be different from class exercises, and it must be in French. 

4 Write clear instructions in English.

5 Turn in your exercise with no answers on it.

6 Turn in a key as well on a separate piece of paper.

 

Option # 75:  Grammar––“ils/elles”  they form           

1 Use a copy of a story in French that we have done in s/he form in class.

2 Change the main character to two people (as if the main character did everything with his/her best friend). 

3 Make sure to change the articles (un/une, des, il/elle, ils/elles, etc.) and the adjectives, too. 

4 Underline any words that need changing, and write the complete word above. 

5 Do not change any of the other characters in the story, which would be too complicated for you.

 

Option # 76:  UNIT review    - COUNTS AS 3 HOMEWORKS   

 

Your review will have 3 parts.

A. Do parts 1 & 2 on one side of an unlined piece of paper.  Do part 3 on the other side of the paper.

1) In English, tell how verbs change when talking about “je”, “tu” or “il/elle”.  Give a minimum of 5 examples.

2)  Make a list in French of at least 10 vocabulary words from the unit that you need to review.

3)  A On the other side of the paper, make “un dessin fou” (a crazy drawing) that contains all of the words from the review list you made for #2. 

B Label each word in French on the illustration. 

C The illustration must be in color.

 

Option # 77: Marking Period Exam—Speaking (French 1 and 2) – COUNTS AS 3 HOMEWORKS          

 

1 Design the speaking section for a MP test.

2 Create a speaking assignment that can be prepared and carried out in 5 minutes. 

3 The goal of the speaking section is for students to show the teacher how well they can speak French spontaneously (without memorization or written notes). 

4 Write complete instructions in English for your test idea and include a grading scale.

5  The best idea(s) will be used for the test. 

6 You may use drawings that reflect the vocabulary we have used for them to use to tell about.

 

Option # 78: Class review      - COUNTS AS 3 ASSIGNMENTS

 

1 Create an activity for reviewing all the vocabulary we’ve studied since the first day of school.

2  The activity should keep all students engaged for 45 - 60 minutes. 

3 It should include as many words as possible from the word lists/your vocabulary dictionary.

4 Write complete instructions in English for your activity. 

5 The best idea(s) will be used to review for a test. 

 

Option # 79:  Vocab review    

 

1 Pick 10 words from vocabulary we are using that you need to review the most.

2 Write an interesting and original sentence for each word that lets the reader know the meaning of the word from the sentence. 

3 Circle the word in the sentence. 

4 Write the sentences in a perspective different from s/he

 

Option # 80:  Composition about your brothers and sisters   ILS/ELLES – THEY – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1Write a composition in French on the topic “My brothers and sisters.”

2 Are your siblings important in your life? 

3 What are your relationships with your siblings like? 

4 If you are an only child, describe the advantages and disadvantages of not having siblings. 

5 Write at least 50 words in the best French you can.

6 Remember you will be using s/he form when discussing 1 of them and “ils/elles” form when talking about them together.  You should use both forms in your story.

 

Option # 81:  Art critique of a French Artist’s work (architecture, drawing, painting, sculpture, etc.)    COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Find a color print of a work of art made by a French artist (look on the internet, in the library, at home, or with the help of the art teacher). 

2 Write a critique of the artwork. 

3 The critique should include: 

A.the name of the artist,

B. his/her country of origin,

C.the name of the piece,

D. the date it was made,

E. a brief description of the piece,

F. what you like or dislike of the piece, and the message or purpose of the piece.

4. Your essay should be at least 50 words long.

5.Turn in the print with your critique. 

 

Option # 82:  My vacation  “meilleures or pires”  best or worst   - NO TRANSLATOR

 

1 Write a composition on the topic “the best and worst of my Thanksgiving /Christmas/ 4th of July/ etc. vacation.” 

2 Write at least 50 words in your best French, include lots of funny, nice or crazy information depending on which type you are doing.

 

Option # 83:  The French alphabet – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Make a poster or book containing all the letters of the French alphabet.

2 Remember to include accent marks in words.

3 For each letter, select a word beginning with that letter.

4 Select an illustration or graphic representing the word. 

 

Option # 84:  A news event

 

1 In a magazine or newspaper

2 find an article in English with news about a French-speaking country or about the French language.

3 Write a summary of the article in English, at least 50 words long. 

4 Cut out or photocopy the article and staple it to your summary.

 

Option # 85:  Sequel to a story

 

1 Write a sequel to a story we told in class. 

2 Tell what will happen next. 

3 Write at least 50 words in French.

4 You may NOT count the words copied from a copy of the original story.

 

Option # 86:  French language magazine – COUNTS AS 2 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Come during lunch to borrow a French-language magazine from Madame Kunert or buy your own.

2 Flip through the magazine. 

3 Read at least one article in it. 

4 Write at least 50 words in ENGLISH describing the article that you read and your opinion of the magazine in general ( how you like it, are there good articles, how is it different from what you normally read).

5 Turn in the magazine with your paragraph (I will return a purchased magazine to you after reading your composition.) 

6 Use your own words, don’t use the article or translator to copy from.

 

Option # 87:  Your summer (near future tense – use “je vais” or “nous allons”) – NO TRANSLATOR

 

1 Tell me something interesting you plan to do this coming summer.

2 Write at least 50 words in French. 

3 Use the near future when writing this – Je vais -  I’m going to/ Nous allons– We are going to, etc.

          EX.  Cet été je vais beaucoup dormir.  Je vais aussi aller à la plage avec mes copains.

 

Option # 88:  Your summer – Past - NO TRANSLATOR

 

1 Tell me something interesting that happened to you this past summer. 

2 Write at least 50 words in French.

 

Option # 89:  A futuristic story – NO TRANSLATOR

 

1 Write a story in French that takes place in the future. 

2 Use the vocabulary words we are currently studying in class. Use the “va” form for the near future.

      EX:  Vendredi, Paul va aller à une fête d’anniversaire.  Il va manger de la pizza et danser.

4 Your story should be at least 50 words long.

 

Option # 90:  Teach French in class – COUNTS AS 3 HOMEWORKS

 

1 Write a simple 6-sentence story for French (use the words we are currently studying & the structures we are studying). 

2 Show the story to Madame Kunert. 

3 Illustrate the story in 6 squares. 

4 Present the story to the class during your class period.

< >first with actors from the class (practice with them ahead of time) use your illustrations copied for the class to have (I will copy it for you, if you need me to).in what country (or countries) it’s celebrated, where it’s celebrated (in the countryside, the city, the street, in church, at home, etc.)who the celebration is for (children, women, men, etc.).

5 Your poster should be 11”x 14” and the paragraph at least 100 words long.

 

Option # 97:  10 questions – NO TRANSLATOR

 

1 Write a list of 10 questions in French that you would like to ask someone you admire.

2 In the title, include the name of the person the questions are for. 

3 Make your questions related to the personality, profession and/or interests of the person. 

4 Be sure to use your question words & question format.

 

Option # 98:  Illustrated diary:  Winter break – COUNTS AS 3 HOMEWORKS

 

1 During our winter vacation, keep a diary in French telling the most interesting, memorable or unusual experience of each day. 

2 For each day, write the day and date in French, write at least two sentences in French telling about the experience, then do an illustration in color of the experience.

3 You may use a regular diary sheet or create your own format.

4 Ask the teacher for any specialized vocabulary you need.

5  Use a different experience each day; do not repeat any experience twice. 

 

 

Option # 99:  Your own idea  (must be approved by your French teacher)

You are to write on a sheet of paper what you want to do for homework and present it to Madame Kunert – before school, after school or during lunch to be approved BEFORE YOU DO THE ASSIGNMENT.