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EDUC 480 - Mini-Lesson: Lesson Plan

Date: July 7th, 2015


Target Student Group: Grade 11 Core French
Title of Lesson: Asking someone on a date (replace this to the name of the game)
Teachers : Lily Volyanyuk and Maryam Adrangi
PLOs: (Connection to IRP)

Meaningful real life experience

Communicate needs and desires

Conditionnel

Lesson Objectives/Student Understandings:


Students will be able to...

Ask questions using conditional tense

Ask someone out on a date

Provide answers using conditional tense

Be able to recognize and use conditional


tense

Assessment:

Formative assessment by walking around to small groups as


they develop their conversations with each other.

Teacher can provide feedback on presentations as each


group presents their dialogue to the class. For the minlesson, this will be formative. If used in a class setting, this
could be summative.

Students provide feedback to each other as they are


developing group conversations
Pre-class set-up:
Materials/Resources:

Write on the board the questions that the asker will ask. These are written in the
White board and
handout that will be given to students as well. Handout is pasted below the Lesson Plan.
markers

Write down some of the potential responses to the question. These are also pasted
Paper to cover notes
below the lesson plan. Cover.
written on board
Handout attached
Activities:

Lets start with a review from last class. What is conditional? (Student can explain in
English). This is a brief review.

Review: Go over endings/how to form conditional (write on board)

*With more time* Split class into four groups and each group provides options to the
different answers. Students ideas can remain written on the board for the class to
choose as they are developing their skits. Because we have less time in the mini-lesson,
we have provided a handout. If you have more time, encourage students to think of
different responses.

Dating game (Explain)


-Back when we were young, there was a show on TV called the Dating Game in which
one person would ask three other people who wanted to take them on a date. Based on
the responses, the asker would then choose one of the people with whom to go on a
date.

Separate class into groups of 4. One person will be the asker and the other three will be
responding. Put the class into groups and let them write and practice their conversations.

Present
Extensions:

If students want to practice more than just je and tu/vous form, they can also add in and opportunity to mention
what il/elle want and compare themselves to the other datees.

Groups can add their own questions and create their own answers

There can be more interaction between potential datees.

Make an ending skitwhat does the date look like?

Encourage new vocabulary. Encourage students to use new vocabulary and different tenses.

Can create themes and add cultural components (One group has a Quebec theme and they have to respond with
places to go on dates in Quebec, Quebec foods; or ParisParisian foods, places in Paris, etc)

Do not provide any questions or answers, students have to develop their own skits from scratch with no initial guiding

questions.

Adaptations:

Provide students with a list of answers/handout

Go over phonetics and pronunciation with students

With more time, students can create a video if they are nervous

LeJeuDAmour
Bachelor/bachelorette
1. Sivoussortiezavecmoi,oirionsnous?(wherewouldyougoonadate)
Contestantsrespond:
Au/la..
leparc
lecine/cinema
laplage(beach)
lelac
lecentrecommercial
lapiscine(swimmingpool)
lapatinoire(skatingrink)
lemuse
labibliothque
chezmoi(tomyplace)
lerestaurant

2. Sivoussortiezavecmoi,questcequenousmangerions?(whatwouldweeat?)
Contestantsrespond:
Du/dela..
lepoulet(chicken)
lapizza
lechocolat
lasalade
lasoupe
lapoutine
lehamburger
lesushi
lespaghetti
lesgaufres
3.Sivoussortiezavecmoi,quelgenredemusiqueecouterionsnous?
Contestantsrespond:
lerap
leRnB
lereggae
lerock
lamusiqueclassique
lepop
lepunk

lopra
lamusiquecountry
lejazz
letechno

4.Combiendenfantsestcequevousaimeriezavoir?
Contestantsrespond(jaimeraisavoir#enfants)
Bachelor/Bacheloretterespondssijesortaisavecquelquun(someone)jirais(andproceedstorespond
tothe4questionstheyhaveasked).
Jevoudraissortiravec(nameofacontestantorpersonne).
(nameofacontestant)voulezvousetremon/macopain/copine.