Week 24 - February 15 - 19

French IV - YL - Section 1 - Spring 2016

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Semaine Numéro Vingt-Quatre

Welcome back for Week 24! Students will continue work in Unit 7: Les Passé. Assignments due this Friday, February 19 include

1. Le Passé 2A, Devoir Ecrit
2. Le Passé 2B, Dictée

3. Le Passé 2D, Devoir Ecrit
4. Le Passé Quiz Section 2

The first progress report of the new quarter is scheduled for Tuesday, February 23. It will be available to schools in registration on Thursday, February 25. Parents, please contact your child's school in regards to progress report distribution.

Alternate textbook links:
Le Passé

Les Possibilités


Fall Semester: Quarters 1 & 2
Les Gens:

La Réalisation:

Les Désirs

Les Activités

Les Fêtes
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Required Live Classroom Schedule

As a part of the requirements of the course, students are expected to attend live sessions with any French IV instructor (1 session/unit). The dates/times of live sessions will be provided in this section of the newsletter each week. The instructor will communicate with students in course announcements should there be any change.

* No session scheduled this week

To access the live classroom, students should click the link in Blackboard titled "Live Classroom French 4." It is suggested that for the first time they arrive approximately 15 minutes early to ensure that they are able to enter the chat room and check the functionality of all tools. Students should log in with both their first and last names, or if attending by teleconference, they should identify themselves to the instructor upon entry.

Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler!

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Last week, people around the world celebrated the holiday of Mardi Gras. Qu'est-ce que c'est Mardi Gras? Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is a Christian holiday celebrated the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Christians who observe this holiday celebrate by attending parades and festivals, and indulgent eating of cakes and sweets before the solemn period of repentance during Lent. Different countries and cities host their own celebrations, each with unique features. The largest celebration in the United States is in New Orleans, Louisiana. Click the title above to visit the official page Mardi Gras page of NOLA to learn more about "local" Mardi Gras celebrations.

The Instructor

Mme Karen Miller is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. She began her career in 2009 at a classical school in Fayetteville, NC teaching French levels I-IV. She currently teaches French I and IV with NCVPS, and for the Fall teaches French I at a local high school. She has two children, a stepdaughter, Madison (10) and a son, Aiden (4). She lives with her husband, children and dog, Ella (also 10) in Hope Mills, NC.