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Projet de Futur Simple et Futur Proche

You will be creating a project of your own choosing. 
The project must describe events or circumstances that will happen in the future.

The project must be written or read using both the Futur Simple and Futur Proche.

You may do a live skit, a video, or a poster presentation.

You must have at least 5 minutes worth of content to present. 
Your presentation must not exceed 7 minutes in length.

You may work in a group with up to 4 people.

You must hand in a written copy of your script that has been proof read by everyone in the group. You will be marked on spelling, verb conjugation and overall presentation.

Some ideas may include a sports news broadcast about upcoming playoff predictions, a comedy piece or a skit about something that will happen in the future, a presentation on upcoming Summer plans, a video scenario, a newspaper article on the upcoming plans for the new majority Conservative government (i.e. poster board), or any other idea you would like.

You could also do a presentation on your future plans, a skit involving a School Counsellor helping a student to decide on what they would like to do in the future, a story about Aliens that will be coming to attack earth in the future.... you get the idea, make it interesting, make it fun, make sure you include as much Futur Proche and Futur Simple as possible and that you use it in the correct format and in the correct context.

Futur Proche = "Close Futur" = something about to happen very soon

Futur Simple = Something that will be happening later on in the futur


You will have 5 class periods to create your project. You may use video equipment from the library and can sign it out from the front desk from Ms. Ikeda or Mrs. Chartrand

Presentations will begin on Monday, May 16 

Everyone must be ready to present on this day and be well-rehearsed. Late projects will be docked 10% per day.

Please e-mail me with any questions or difficulties but make sure you are prepared to present on Monday.

How your presentation will be marked:

Oral Presentation
5 Categories, 4 possible points each, sub total of 20 x 5 = total out of 100.

Level 4

Level 3

Level 2

        Level 1
The presentation was engaging, fluent and maintained the audience’s interest.


Student speaks clearly, and projects voice. The student is poised, articulate and confident.



Speech continuous with no pauses. No hesitation. Contains complete thoughts.





French pronunciation did not at all interfere with the expression of the content.  The student has rehearsed.


French was mostly accurate and easy to understand.
Presentation was interesting, and well organized.



Student speaks clearly, comprehensible to the audience. Words flow smoothly.
 

Speech continuous with a few pauses. Little hesitation. Contains complete thoughts.


French pronunciation had some errors.  Student is generally prepared.



French had a few mistakes but was easy to understand.
The presentation was somewhat interesting, and easy to follow.


Student speaks too softly, making it difficult to understand. Words were mumbled or inaudible words.


Speech has many pauses and is slow. Some hesitation. A few incomplete thoughts.




French pronunciation had many errors, even on words learned in class.  Student did not prepare enough.



French had many mistakes.  At times was hard to understand.
The presentation
was flawed, and
did not engage
the audience.


Student mumbles
or speaking is
choppy throughout
presentation. Words
were incoherent.




Speech is very
Slow and contains
many long pauses.
Lots of hesitation.
Many incomplete
Thoughts.



Student makes little or
no effort to pronounce
the words correctly.  
Student did not prepare
Or did not prepare a lot.




French were mixed
with English and /or
difficult to understand.


Written Presentation
5 Categories, 4 possible points each, sub total of 20 x 5 = total out of 100.

WRITING

RUBRIC

4 - ADVANCED

3 - PROFICIENT

2 - BASIC

1 - NOVICE


Complete

Generally complete

Somewhat complete

Incomplete

CONTENT

Writer uses the appropriate functions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer usually uses the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer uses few of the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer uses none of the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

COMPREHENSIBILTY

Comprehensible

Usually comprehensible

Sometimes comprehensible

Seldom comprehensible


Reader can always understand all of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand most of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand less than half of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand little of what the writer is trying to communicate.


Accurate

Usually accurate

Sometimes accurate

Seldom accurate

ACCURACY

Writer uses grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation correctly

Writer usually uses grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation correctly.

Writer has some problems with language usage.

Writer makes a significant number of errors in language usage.


Well-organized

Generally well-organized

Somewhat organized

Poorly organized

ORGANIZATION

Presentation is logical and effective.

Presentation is generally logical and effective with a few minor problems.

Presentation is somewhat illogical and confusing in places.

Presentation lacks logical order and organization.


Excellent effort

Good effort

Moderate effort

Minimal effort

EFFORT

Writer exceeds the requirements of the assignment and has put care and effort into the process.

Writer fulfills all of the requirements of the assignment.

Writer fulfills some of the requirements of the assignment.

Writer fulfills few of the requirements of the assignment.








Projet de L'imparfait et Passé Composé

You will be creating a project of your own choosing. 
The project must describe events or circumstances that have happened in the past.

The project must be written or read using both the Passé Composé and the Imparfait.

You may do a live skit, a video, or a poster presentation.

You must have at least 5 minutes worth of content to present.

You may work in a group with up to 4 people.

You must hand in a written copy of your script that has been proof read by everyone in the group. You will be marked on spelling and verb conjugation and overall presentation.

Some ideas may include a news broadcast about recent events, a comedy piece or a skit about something that has happened in the past, a presentation on a historic event, a video scenario, a newspaper article on a large format (i.e. poster board), or any other idea you would like.

How your presentation will be marked:

Oral Presentation
5 Categories, 4 possible points each, sub total of 20 x 5 = total out of 100.

Level 4

Level 3

Level 2

        Level 1
The presentation was engaging, fluent and maintained the audience’s interest.


Student speaks clearly, and projects voice. The student is poised, articulate and confident.



Speech continuous with no pauses. No hesitation. Contains complete thoughts.





French pronunciation did not at all interfere with the expression of the content.  The student has rehearsed.


French was mostly accurate and easy to understand.
Presentation was interesting, and well organized.



Student speaks clearly, comprehensible to the audience. Words flow smoothly.
 

Speech continuous with a few pauses. Little hesitation. Contains complete thoughts.


French pronunciation had some errors.  Student is generally prepared.



French had a few mistakes but was easy to understand.
The presentation was somewhat interesting, and easy to follow.


Student speaks too softly, making it difficult to understand. Words were mumbled or inaudible words.


Speech has many pauses and is slow. Some hesitation. A few incomplete thoughts.




French pronunciation had many errors, even on words learned in class.  Student did not prepare enough.



French had many mistakes.  At times was hard to understand.
The presentation
was flawed, and
did not engage
the audience.


Student mumbles
or speaking is
choppy throughout
presentation. Words
were incoherent.




Speech is very
Slow and contains
many long pauses.
Lots of hesitation.
Many incomplete
Thoughts.



Student makes little or
no effort to pronounce
the words correctly.  
Student did not prepare
Or did not prepare a lot.




French were mixed
with English and /or
difficult to understand.


Written Presentation
5 Categories, 4 possible points each, sub total of 20 x 5 = total out of 100.

WRITING

RUBRIC

4 - ADVANCED

3 - PROFICIENT

2 - BASIC

1 - NOVICE


Complete

Generally complete

Somewhat complete

Incomplete

CONTENT

Writer uses the appropriate functions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer usually uses the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer uses few of the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

Writer uses none of the appropriate func tions and vocabulary for the topic.

COMPREHENSIBILTY

Comprehensible

Usually comprehensible

Sometimes comprehensible

Seldom comprehensible


Reader can always understand all of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand most of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand less than half of what the writer is trying to communicate.

Reader can under stand little of what the writer is trying to communicate.


Accurate

Usually accurate

Sometimes accurate

Seldom accurate

ACCURACY

Writer uses grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation correctly

Writer usually uses grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation correctly.

Writer has some problems with language usage.

Writer makes a significant number of errors in language usage.


Well-organized

Generally well-organized

Somewhat organized

Poorly organized

ORGANIZATION

Presentation is logical and effective.

Presentation is generally logical and effective with a few minor problems.

Presentation is somewhat illogical and confusing in places.

Presentation lacks logical order and organization.


Excellent effort

Good effort

Moderate effort

Minimal effort

EFFORT

Writer exceeds the requirements of the assignment and has put care and effort into the process.

Writer fulfills all of the requirements of the assignment.

Writer fulfills some of the requirements of the assignment.

Writer fulfills few of the requirements of the assignment.




Devoirs pour Jeudi: Finir page 2 - Le Passé Composé (Les Reptiles de New York: Légends Urbains)

Le Passé Composé

Chanson:  Francis Cabrel - "Je l'aime à mourir"

Verb to be : être, present

  • I am = Je suis
  • You are = Tu es
  • He is = Il est
  • She is = Elle est
  • We are = Nous sommes
  • You are = Vous êtes
  • They are = Ils sont
  • They are =Elles sont
 

Verb to have : avoir, present

  • I have = J'ai
  • You have = Tu as
  • He has = Il a
  • She has = Elle a
  • We have = Nous avons
  • You have = Vous avez
  • They have = Ils ont
  • They have = Elles ont

 + Participe Passé


French lesson : Le passé composé


La Poésie et Le Passé Composé


Jacques Prévert:
"Déjeuner du matin"

Déjeuner du matin

Il a mis le café
Dans la tasse
Il a mis le lait
Dans la tasse de café
Il a mis le sucre
Dans le café au lait
Avec la petite cuiller
Il a tourné
Il a bu le café au lait
Et il a reposé la tasse
Sans me parler
Il a allumé
Une cigarette
Il a fait des ronds
Avec la fumée
Il a mis les cendres
Dans le cendrier
Sans me parler
Sans me regarder
Il s'est levé
Il a mis
Son chapeau sur sa tête
Il a mis son manteau de pluie
Parce qu'il pleuvait
Et il est parti
Sous la pluie
Sans une parole
Sans me regarder
Et moi j'ai pris
Ma tête dans ma main
Et j'ai pleuré.


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