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AP FRENCH - SYLLABUS 2010-2011

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AP FRENCH – SYLLABUS 2010-2011 Introduction Through writing and speaking on a wide range of topics, students expand their vocabulary, develop their writing style in French, and improve their critical thinking skills and their cultural awareness—all in the target language. Using the communication as the principal skill to achieve, students get immerse in a variety of authentic material. Students are encouraged to participate in Francophone Club activities at school and outside school. The students interact with the instructor and peers exclusively in French Course objectives • The teacher uses French exclusively in class and encourages students to do likewise .
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AP FRENCHSYLLABUS 20102011 Introduction Through writing and speaking on a wide range of topics, students expand their vocabulary, develop their writing style in French, and improve their critical thinking skills and their cultural awarenessall in the target language. Using the communication as the principal skill to achieve, students get immerse in a variety of authentic material. Students are encouraged to participate in Francophone Club activities at school and outside school. The students interact with the instructor and peers exclusively in French Course objectives • The teacher uses French exclusively in class and encourages students to do likewise. • The course provides students with a learning experience equivalent to that of a thirdyear college course in French language. • Instructional materials, activities, assignments, and assessments are appropriate to this level.• Instructional materials include a variety of authentic audio and/or video recordings thatdevelop students’ listening abilities. • Instructional materials include authentic written texts that develop students’ reading abilities.• The course provides students with regular opportunities to develop their speaking skills in avariety of settings, types of discourse, and topics. • The course provides instruction and frequent opportunities to write a variety of compositions inFrench. • The course provides frequent opportunities for students to integrate the four language skillsthrough the use of authentic materials. Ressources Primary textbooks Français Litterature(Dominique Rince, Sophie PaillouxRiggi, Nathan 2007) C’est a Toi !(Augusta DeSimone Clark , Richard Ladd, Sarah Vaillancourt, Diana Moen,1999EMC Corporation) Bonne continuation, approfondissement a l’ecrit et a l’oral (Nina M. Furry,HanneloreJarausch,2008 Pearson Education) AP French, Preparing for the Language Examination (Richard Ladd, Colette Girard, 1998 Addison Wesley Longman) Une fois pour toutes (Hale Sturges II,Linda Cregg Nielsen,Henry Lynn Herbst,2008 Pearson Education) AP French: A Guide to the French Language Examination, text and companion CDs
AP FRENCHSYLLABUS nd AP French language ( Ellen Valtri Knauer, Research and Education AssociationCD)2 edition Chez Nous Branche sur le Monde Francophone (Albert Valdman, Cathiy Pons, Mary Ellen rd Sculen) Pearson 3edition th Interactions (Susan St.Onge and Ronald St.Onge, 2007 Thompson Heinle) 7edition Other sources and materials • Released AP ExamsInternet sites:www.lepointdufle.net  www.langageguide.org  www.bonjourdefrance.com  www.TV5.org  www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/franceinfo/depeches/  www.maxicours.com • Vocabulary: Idiomatic expressions list from AP workshops• Various sources of reading materials, such as novels, short stories, plays, poetry, newspapers,magazines. • Audiovisual: Tapes, DVDs, CDs Curriculum Objectives and tentative course schedule September Grammar: Révision des verbes au présent, à l’impératif et au passif.Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau. Assesments:Une fois pour toutes(1,12,21,22),C’est a Toi (unité 1 et 2), rédactions, picturesequence,vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French.AP French Language exercises (Ch12 p.17 to 109) October Grammar: Les temps du futur et du conditionnel. Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire. Reading:Pierre et JeanChapitres 4,5. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(32,32) rédactions, picture sequence,vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French and different websites.AP French Language excersies (Ch2 p.110 to 200) November Grammar: Le subjonctif et le discours indirect. Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de
AP FRENCHSYLLABUS vocabulaire nouveau. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(41,42),C’est a Toi(unité 4 et 5) rédactions, picturesequence,vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French.AP French exercises (Ch2Verbs) December Grammar: Les pronoms compléments et accentués. Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(51,52) rédactions, picture sequence,vocabulary acquisition listening exercises fromAP French.AP French exercises (Ch2 Tense and Mood) January Grammar: Les possessifs et les démontratifs + work on strategies to find the correct word missing and the correct tense of each verb from the fillin words and verbs fillin fromAP French. Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau et discussions sur l’Art.Reading:L’école des femmes de MolièreActe I Scènes 1,2,3,4. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(61,62), C’est a Toi (unité 9) rédactions, picture sequence,vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French. AP French Lauguage Pre Exam Practice February Grammar: function words and verb fillins fromAP French expressions interrogatives Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau. Videotape :L’école des femmes, Acte II Scène 5, (role played). Reading:L’école des femmes de Molière ActeII Scènes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(71,72) rédactions, picture sequence, vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French:Students take the entire 1998 AP French Language Exam. AP French Language Practice Test 1, Pre Exam March Grammar: function words and verb fillins fromAP French+ les pronoms relatifs Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau et discussions sur l’école des femmes.Reading:L’école des femmesde MolièreActe III Scènes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(81,82) rédactions picture sequence, vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French. AP French LanguagePractice Test 2, Pre Exam April
AP FRENCHSYLLABUS Grammar: function words and verb fillins fromAP French+ les négations et les adjectifs Oral: articles variés présentés par les élèves introduisant une discussion et un apport de vocabulaire nouveau + discussions sur l’éducation des femmes.Reading:L’école des femmes de MolièreActe IV + Acte V. Assessments:Une fois pour toutes(91, 92, 101, 102) rédactions, picture sequence,vocabulary acquisition, listening exercises fromAP French. AP French Language Practice Test 3, Pre Exam May Grammar: work and verbs fillins from previous AP Exams. Oral: picture sequences from previous exams. Reading: French newspapers and magazines. Assessments: entire 2003 AP French Language Examination  Review AP Exam. AP French Language Transcript Evaluation • Cultural Projects Students prepare cultural projects to familiarize themselves and their classmates with a cultural topic of their choice. Project sources can be books, the Internet, or personal experiences, such as visiting a French restaurant, exhibit, or store, interviewing a francophone person, etc. Every month, students select a topic from a given list, research it, and present their project. • ReadingReading comprehension is assessed through multiplechoice tests; written responses to literature or readings such as summaries, questions, or essays; and freeresponse/essay vocabulary tests. Students are also given reading exams, which consist of 2 to 3 text selections and a variety of questions in many styles, including matching, true/false, fillin, and free response. • WritingWriting proficiency is assessed through multiplechoice and freeresponse grammar tests, and writing assignments such as sentences, paragraphs, and a variety of essays (expository, narrative, persuasive, etc.). The AP ninepoint rubric is used to evaluate all essays, or writing assignments of substantial length. • ListeningListening skills and comprehension are assessed through multiplechoice exams and activities based on a variety of recordings: the companion CDs to the AP Guide text, CDs, songs, movies... • SpeakingOral skills are assessed daily. Students receive weekly points for participating in routine class activities. In addition, students often prepare oral presentations. They are also tested with AP style picture sequences, on which they are scored using the fivepoint AP rubric. Recitation of poems in French.
AP FRENCHSYLLABUS • Technology in the ClassroomThe most valuable technology accessible to students is the Internet. Students are encouraged to use the Internet to fulfill their monthly cultural project requirement. They are also expected to research sites independently and responsibly. They are provided with a short list of worthwhile sites, but they are primarily on their own when doing Internet research. Students also use technology at home when they prepare their cultural projects, often downloading music from the Internet, burning CDs, designing Web pages, or using software programs and digital photo equipment to create publications and presentations.
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