French I

1 Unit
World Languages
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

In French 1, students begin to develop competence in four basic skill areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. While developing communicative competence in French, students gain and expand their knowledge of francophone countries and cultures.
Emphasis is placed on learning the present tense, the near future and the past tense in French I through thematically designed units. Topics include home, school, family, holidays, and daily and leisure activities.
Students develop the ability to:
greet and respond to greetings
introduce and respond to introductions
engage in conversations on several themes
express likes and dislikes
make requests
obtain information
understand some ideas and familiar details
begin to provide information.
By the end of French I, students will:
communicate minimally by using short sentences, learned words and phrases, and simple questions and commands when speaking and writing.
understand some ideas and familiar details presented in clear, uncomplicated speech when listening.
understand short texts enhanced by visual clues when reading.


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Instructor Embedded Cost: $265 per license

Content Only Cost: N/A

The following information applies only to instructor embedded courses.

Prerequisites: none

Oklahoma Subject Code: 3111

Course Provider Contact: Kate Baxter | | 480-772-9717

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