Les nouvelles- 16ème semaine

Français 1- Mme Hansbrough

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Le crédit supplémentaire

Envoyez-moi un texte ou BBIM ou email pour répondre: Quel est ton sujet favori à l'école?

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Les Devoirs de la 16ème semaine


Welcome back for Week 16! This week we will continue working on our last unit: unit 6! Note assignments due below:

* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Notes
* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Practice Activity 1
* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Practice Activity 2
* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Practice Activity 3


* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Assignment 1 - Dictée

* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Assignment 2

* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Assignment 3


* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Assignment 4 - Project

* Unit 6, Lesson 2: Assignment 5


* Unit 6, Lesson 3: Notes


* Unit 6, Lesson 3: Notes

* Unit 6, Lesson 3: Practice Activity 1

Live Sessions

REQUIRED LIVE CLASSROOM SESSIONS: As a part of our commitment to rigorous instruction and relationship-building, NCVPS requires students to meet live with instructors once per unit to review course content. The schedule of live sessions and the concepts under review will be posted in this section of the newsletter each week. The schedule for Week 16 is as follows:

Students may choose to attend any live session that best matches their schedules. Students are also welcome to attend more than one session for extra practice! RLCs are located in a separate course in which students will need to self enroll. The link to self enroll is:


Upon entering the RLC course, students will access the RLC room by selecting "Adobe Connect" and then the link that says "French I 2017-2018 Live Class." It is recommended that students log in 10 minutes prior to the session start time to ensure they can get in the room and that all equipment is working properly. Students need to log in with both first and last name to ensure they receive credit for attendance. Those who phone in using the teleconference option need to identify themselves to the instructor presenting so their attendance is documented!

Video about l'École en France

Les différences entre l'école en France et aux États-Unis

Some of the main differences about schools in France are that:

1. Many have the two hour lunch break and students can leave campus. When I was in the face-to-face classroom, teachers could not even leave campus during the day.

2. Their "cantines" present the most amazing food, fresh, not frozen or canned. Fresh fruit and vegetables, as well.

3. The teachers change classrooms and the students stay in the same room all day- wow can't imagine my students being willing to stay in the same room all day!!!

4. The students' schedule is very similar to a US college schedule- they do not have the same classes every day and they are not in the same order; for example les maths might be on Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons.

NOW: your turn. Do some research on the French school system and then send it to me by email. I will present it in the announcements and give you célébrations for it plus giving you +5 points supplémentaires!!