le jeudi 19 mai 2016

Site of the day: 13 ways to say “no” in French
FSF 2D  
le but d'apprentissage (learning goal): Nous apprenons comment écrire les événements au passé.

  • le passé composé et l'imparfait - test today. Students may use 1/2 letter size reference sheet.
  • les devoirs: Should be spending 15 - 20 minutes daily on French home study Monday through Thursday. If all class work is completed, follow suggestions in Home Study extras
    • Review vocabulary on handouts for asking and giving directions. Oral assessment Fri. May 20.
    • article presentations - read and summarize - point form. More students will present next week.
    • FSF2D Journal/blog   Should have now completed all ten entries and be editing top 3. Blog is due Fri. May 20. Follow checklist to complete all requirements
learning goal: We are analysing characters and comparing film and book versions of a story.
  • film: Speak. Watching to review story before guest speaker Tuesday May 24 and will be writing a small reflection (due Wed. May 25 - submitted on paper or in Dropbox) to compare book and film. Include an introduction (title, year released, "based on the book Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson"), give it a rating (choose your own system) and address these 2 questions: 
    • Did you like the film? Why or why not?
    • Did you prefer the book or the film? Why?
  • Shakespeare and Twelfth Night 
    • Character Traits - one of the 4 main characters (Olivia, Viola, Malvolio & Orsino) and use the brainstorming sheets from Tuesday to write an outline for your character analysis. See photo below for a graphic organizer that you can use. You will also be making a collage of at least 10 images that represent your character. Outline (draft) due Fri.May 20 to show to teacher. Good copy due Fri. May 27. We will have work time with iPad minis next Wed & Thurs May 25-26. Link for checklist/assessment.
    • Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare - FULL Audio Book (Or, What You Will)
    • No fear Shakespeare - a post-reading resource to compare original and modern texts
  • Homework: Get in the habit of doing 20 - 30 minutes of English homework every night Monday to Thursday. Review lessons, extend your knowledge or read.
    • Finish journal for Twelfth Night Act IV & V. Due Wed May 18.
    • Independent reading. Bring a book to read quietly in class for any time that you finish your classwork early. Read regularly at home.
    FSF 1D  
    le but d'apprentissage (learning goal): Nous apprenons comment faire des invitations. 

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