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PURDUE UNIVERSITY

School of Languages and Cultures, Department of French

Date:

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Course: FR

Syllabus Confirmation Form

By signing below, I confirm that I have read the Syllabus for my French course this semester and am responsible for knowing its contents, policies, and dates.

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Please return signed form to your instructor.

FRANÇAIS 102 Automne 2013

COURSE POLICIES AND GRADING PROCEDURES

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Heures de Permanence : _________________________

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Please contact your instructor about course related issues. If you have further concerns, contact the Language Program Director, Dr. Jessica Sturm, SC 186 (jsturm@purdue.edu) or the Program Assistant, Mrs. Mary Eddy, SC 111 (meddy@purdue.edu).

Required Texts:

HORIZONS

Manley, Smith, McMinn, Prévost (5 th ed.) [printed copy required for classroom use]

HORIZONS

iLrn Heinle Learning Center Access (includes access to on-line Student Activities Manual)

Required Equip: headphones for use in computer lab; you will also need a microphone in order to complete certain homework activities.

Recommended:

Larousse Concise English-French, French-English Dictionary (Larousse, Paris) or another dictionary of your choice

A copy of the textbook is available on reserve in the HSSE Library.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: French 102 is a beginning-level course designed to develop language proficiency in French. The course will help you progress toward competence in speaking, listening, reading and writing, as well as toward knowledge of French and Francophone cultures. The course focuses on active language use. You will interact meaningfully with classmates and develop communicative strategies. By the end of this course, with reasonable effort, you will be able to handle routine situations of a concrete personal and social nature which involve how to supply biographical information about yourself and others; how to get necessary information by asking questions about people and things; how to get through a simple survival situation such as ordering food and beverages; and how to create with the language by combining learned elements.

Please note: One of our aims in the first week of class is to assess whether this level of French is the right one for you, given your prior background and overall proficiency. This means that in some cases you might be moved to a higher level of French at the end of the week. We recommend that you save your receipts and refrain from writing in your textbooks until your proper level has been determined.

ELEMENTARY FRENCH CONVERSATION COURSES: Students are encouraged to enroll in the one-credit Elementary French Conversation course (FR 112) offered by the department to enhance communicative competence. Small group discussions in French focus on practical topics.

FREE TUTORING: You are encouraged to take advantage of the French 101-202 tutoring table, located in SC 113. French instructors will be available for tutoring at various times throughout the week. A schedule of times will be available from your instructor and can be found in Blackboard Learn for FR 102.

ASSIGNMENTS: Assigned work will be due as stated. Late work will not be accepted. Course policy prohibits any make-up work.

ATTENDANCE: It is Purdue University policy that students are expected to attend all meetings of a class, including meetings in the computer lab. You are strongly encouraged not to cut classes. DO NOT schedule appointments and interviews during class time. An extended absence due to severe illness or other unforeseen emergency should be verified with documentation from an authorized professional or agency which supports your explanation for the absence. This documentation should be presented to your instructor within 7 calendar days of your return to class. Please consult with the Office of the Dean of Students if you miss any class due to the death of a family member or close friend. No grades of incomplete (I) will be given for this course.

ATTENDANCE POLICY: Attendance is necessary to facilitate language learning and is a requirement of this course. Any absence will result in a zero (0) for participation for that day. Arriving late and/or leaving early will also result in a lowering of your participation grade. Should you be absent from class, you are still responsible for the material covered during your absence and are expected to be prepared for class upon your return. (See Participation Replacement Points for an explanation of how you can make up some participation points lost due to absences from class.)

13 or more absences may result in FAILURE TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THE COURSE.

*3 or fewer absences will be rewarded with an additional 1% of the total number of points possible added to your COURSE grade at the end of the semester.

CHEATING: Anyone cheating or aiding in any way on any class work or exams will be subject to punitive grading up to and including a FAILING GRADE FOR THE COURSE. This policy includes instances of plagiarism and academic dishonesty. Please note:

All assignments must be written exclusively by the student.

Use of on-line translators is prohibited.

Use of a cellphone during any type of evaluation (quiz, exam, rédaction, oral evaluation, etc.) will be considered cheating.

For further information regarding student conduct, see Sections II and III of Purdue University Regulations.

NOTE TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: If you have special needs related to a disability which may affect your performance in this course, please speak with your instructor after class to arrange an appointment to discuss your needs privately.

CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR: Appropriate classroom behavior is expected at all times. It will be reflected in your PARTICIPATION GRADE. Any repeated, continuous, or multiple student behaviors that prevent an instructor from teaching and/or prevent students from learning will not be tolerated. Please make sure to turn off your cellphone and PUT IT AWAY before class starts. See Purdue University Regulations, Part 5, Section III: B.

PARTICIPATION EN CLASSE: Learning a foreign language requires your active participation and a positive attitude. Your participation can only be evaluated if you are present in class. (See ATTENDANCE POLICY.) However, class attendance alone will not suffice to earn participation credit. This grade includes measures of preparation for class activities; communicative ability and use of the grammar and vocabulary; use of the target language; active involvement in class activities; any grades received on skits, role- plays, pop-quizzes, and other in-class activities designed by the course instructor to assess that you are keeping up with the material taught and maintaining appropriate progress. (See PARTICIPATION GUIDE attached.)

Participation Replacement Points: In the event that you are absent from class, you may attend the Café Causette or the Cinéasme and submit a short type-written response to replace the participation points for up to 4 absences from class. See Blackboard Learn FR 102 course for a full explanation.

CAFÉ CAUSETTE: The French department sponsors an informal coffee hour on Wednesdays, 3:00-4:00pm. This informal gathering is for speakers of all levels of French. Enjoy the food and drinks while practicing your communication skills. Feel free to come and go as your schedule permits.

CINÉASME: During the fall semester, the French department sponsors a French Cinema Evening. We encourage you to take this opportunity to view some excellent French films. Check Blackboard Learn for more information on the films to be screened.

DEVOIRS: Homework includes activities in the on-line workbook accessed through the iLrn: Heinle Learning Center. Online assignment due dates can be viewed on the assignment calendar once you sign into iLrn at http://iLrn.heinle.com and access your course. All assignments are due by 11:59:59 pm on the due date. Frequently, activities will be assigned in preparation for what will be studied in class the next day. These activities will prepare you to work with the material in class each day and are graded on completion. To get the most out of the online activities, you should first study the corresponding vocabulary and grammar in the textbook and then keep the textbook nearby while you work. Please do not wait until the last minute to do your online activities. Course policy prohibits any make-up work; however, in order to accommodate those students who are unable to turn in an assignment on time, one homework grade will be dropped.

iLrn: HEINLE LEARNING CENTER can be accessed through your Blackboard Learn FR 102 course (“Travail pour le cours”) or by entering iLrn directly (http://ilrn.heinle.com). If you did not purchase access to the Learning Center with your textbook (they are packaged together at the local bookstores), you will need to purchase it online. See the registration instructions attached to the syllabus.

BLACKBOARD LEARN: Once you have registered for FR 102, you will automatically be enrolled in Blackboard Learn for this course. This site contains information and resources essential to the course. Additionally, course grades will be posted regularly and updated after each chapter quiz. If you have questions or problems accessing the site, please call ITaP Customer Service (49-44000).

LABORATOIRE: You will be going to the computer laboratory once every two weeks. Attendance is mandatory. It is requested that you bring your own headphones to use with the lab computers.

ÉCRITURE: Two types of in-class writing activities will be written during the semester. Rédactions are short, in-class writing activities focused on the structures, functions, and vocabulary presented in the current chapter. These are short, timed writing assignments (10 min.) which are turned in before the end of the class period. Students who earn poor scores are encouraged to correct their errors and re-submit the assignment. If you are absent the day of a rédaction, you will receive a “0”; however, course policy does allow for one rédaction grade to be dropped. Please DO NOT ask for a make-up of this activity.

In-class Compositions are longer compositions which coincide with the quizzes. These are timed writing assignments (approximately 25-30 min.) and will be turned in before the end of the class period. A mandatory re-write will be included with these assignments. If you are absent the day of the in-class composition, you will receive a “0”; however, course policy does allow for one composition grade to be dropped. Please DO NOT ask for a make-up of this activity.

QUIZ DE CHAPITRE: Chapter quizzes will be given regularly on an announced basis. Chapter quizzes will be achievement tests. They will cover the material contained in the chapter studied. Course policy does not allow your instructor to offer make-up quizzes. If you are absent the day of the quiz, you will receive a “0” for the quiz; however, course policy does allow for one quiz grade to be dropped. Therefore, there is no penalty for missing one quiz. Please DO NOT ask for a make-up quiz.

PARTIEL: A Midterm Exam will be administered during the semester. The exam will be cumulative and summative in nature. If you are absent the day of the midterm, it is imperative that you contact your instructor IMMEDIATELY. Only in cases of severe illness or other emergencies will you be allowed to make up the exam.

EVALUATION ORALE: Two oral evaluations will be administered during the semester, one in conjunction with the Midterm Exam and one prior to the Final Exam.

EXAMEN FINAL: There will be a two-hour written exam given during Finals Week. Do not make plans to leave until the Final

Exam Schedule is posted. The exam week runs from Monday, December 9, through Saturday, December 14.

The final exam must

be taken during the scheduled time. Changes in the time for the final exam will be granted only when there are conflicts with other

university scheduled exams. The final exam will not be given early.

FILM FRANÇAIS: During the semester, you will view a French language film. For your convenience, several different showings of the film in its entirety will be scheduled during the evening. There will also be a copy of the film on reserve in the library. Homework activities and an in-class composition assignment based on the film will be given.

GRADING POLICY

PARTICIPATION EN CLASSE

20%

QUIZ DE CHAPITRE

15%

DEVOIRS

10%

PARTIEL

10%

RÉDACTION

10%

EVALUATION ORALE

10%

In-class COMPOSITION

10%

EXAMEN FINAL

15%

GRADING SCALE :

A+

97 +

B+

87-89

C+

77-79

D+

67-69

A

93-96

B

83-86

C

73-76

D

63-66

F

below 60

A-

90-92

B-

80-82

C-

70-72

D-

60-62

*Pass / No pass Option: Pass = C-

CAMPUS EMERGENCY: In the event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances.

COURSE EVALUATIONS: Course evaluations will be conducted online. Students will be notified of the availability of the online evaluations and will receive automatic reminders. Instructors will be notified regarding the rate of response, but the results of the evaluations will not be released to the instructor until AFTER final grades have been submitted.

TIPS FOR SUCCESS: Daily practice is essential. When you study a foreign language, you build upon structures and vocabulary from previous lessons. Therefore:

  • read new material in the textbook before coming to class.

  • do iLrn activities as assigned before coming to class.

  • come to class every day, ready to participate.

  • spend time every day after class reviewing the material covered.

  • review iLrn activities to help you practice the new structures and vocabulary from that day’s lesson.

  • memorize the vocabulary.

  • use iLrn to access self-tests along with the vocabulary reviews and other activities in the eBook.

  • practice speaking and listening using the various resources available in your eBook.

HELPFUL FRENCH RESOURCES FREE Tutoring TableSC 113; hours TBA by instructor. For students in Fr 102-202 only.

Private Tutoringsee receptionist in SC 128 for a list

Instructor’s Office Hours—one hour per week in instructor’s office & one hour at tutoring table

French Clublisten for details from your instructor

HORIZONS iLrn Heinle Learning Center Enrichment tools

Various French resources in undergrad library

Study Abroad Programs (http://www.studyabroad.purdue.edu) Find out about year-long, semester- long, summer-long, and spring break opportunities.

The French Major and Minor

Major:

made up of nine courses beyond FR 301

Minor:

made up of four courses beyond FR 301

For more information, please make an appointment to speak with Dr. M. Gupta, Academic

Advisor for the School of Languages and Cultures (at https://appointments.pnhs.purdue.edu or

via the receptionist in BRNG 1114). Or visit the French Department on the School of

Languages and Cultures website:

Guide de Participation

Superior = 5 pts

arrived on time with all the necessary materials

worked on comprehension skills by listening when others spoke

participated in all activities with enthusiasm and a positive attitude

did superior work on pop quizzes and other in-class activities

always completed assigned homework

spoke only French with very minor communication problems

volunteered answers frequently in class

Average = 4 pts arrived on time with all necessary materials at times didn’t listen when others were speaking participated in most activities with enthusiasm and a positive attitude

did satisfactory work on pop quizzes and other in-class activities

usually completed assigned homework

spoke French in class but also used English on occasion. Errors which impede communication were sometimes present

volunteered occasionally in class

Below Average = 2-3 pts

arrived late (or left early) and / or arrived without necessary materials

didn’t listen while others were speaking

presence in a group didn’t make much difference

did less than satisfactory work on pop quizzes and other in-class activities

often did NOT complete assigned homework

used more English than French; communication was not representative of the class level

made very little effort to volunteer

Poor = 0-1 pts

arrived late (or left early) consistently and without necessary materials

did not participate at all in class

was inattentive, did other homework, or was disruptive in class

used cellphone in class

consistently did unsatisfactory work on pop quizzes and other in-class activities

rarely or never completed assigned homework

made no attempt to speak French

made no attempt to volunteer answers

ATTENDANCE POLICY: Attendance is necessary to facilitate language learning and is a requirement of this course. Any absence will result in a zero (0) for participation for that day. Arriving late and/or leaving early will also result in a lowering of your participation grade. Should you be absent from class, you are still responsible for the material covered during your absence and are expected to be prepared for class upon your return.

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classe-- mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi labovendredi (even weeks)

FRANÇAIS 102 Automne 2013

   

mardi

 

mercredi

jeudi

vendredi

A Faire cette semaine:

 

1

 

Introduction au cours

Intro au cours /Révision

 

Révision

Révision

Révision

*iLrn Workbook

19

Révision générale de Chapitre

 

Activities: activities for each lesson are due as

août

Préliminaire à Chapitre 5

devoirs : take self-tests for Ch.1 & 2 & follow plan for

 

devoirs : take self-tests for Ch.3 & 4 & follow plan for

devoirs : take self-tests for Ch. 5 & follow plan for review on

rédaction 1
rédaction 1

indicated on the iLrn assignment calendar

 

review on iLrn

review on iLrn

iLrn

devoirs : lire pp.216-226; iLrn 6.1 1 A ; 6.1 2 B

 

2

 

Chapitre 6

Bienvenue en Europe

 

Chap 6 comp. 1

Chap 6 comp. 2

Labo: present iLrn study

*iLrn

 

Invite someone to go out; accept

Francophone / Paris /

 

tools / prononciation

 

26

invitations; talk about how you spend

Chap 6 comp. 1

août

and used to spend your free time

devoirs : lire pp. 237-237;

[les verbes vouloir, pouvoir, devoir,

devoirs : lire pp. 226-229;

iLrn 6.11G ; 6.12 D ; 6.21 D ;

l’imparfait]

iLrn 6.11 B, C ; 6.12 A

 

devoirs : lire pp. 230-232; iLrn 6.11 D, F; 6.12 C ; 6.21 C

devoirs : iLrn 6.21 B ; 6.22 A

  • 6.22 C, E ; 6.31 B ; 6.32 B

 

3

 

Talk about activities ; talk about the past ; tell what was going on when

Chap 6 comp. 2 / comp. 3

 

Chap 6 comp. 3

Chap 6 comp. 4

Chap 6 comp. 4 / REPRISE (vidéo)

*iLrn

2

sep

something else happened ; describe circumstances in the past ; narrate in the past

devoirs : lire pp. 242-244;

rédaction 2
rédaction 2

take iLrn post-test for Ch. 6 and follow plan for review

 

[l’imparfait, les verbes sortir, partir, dormir, l’imparfait vs. passé composé, ]

devoirs : lire pp. 238-240 ; iLrn 6.21 E ; 6.22 D ; 6.3 1 C

iLrn 6.31 E, G ; 6.32 C, D ; 6.4 1 A

devoirs : lire pp. 246-247; iLrn 6.41 B, D ; 6.42 A

devoirs : lire pp. 248-251; iLrn 6.31 H ; 6.32 E ; 6.41 E ;

  • 6.42 B, D

 

4

 

QUIZ Chap. 6 11 septembre

 

Lecture / Comparaisons

 

QUIZ : Chap. 6

/ in-class

La France et sa diversité /

Labo: prononciation /

*iLrn

 

Chapitre 7

culturelles

writing

Chap 7 comp. 1

activités web

9

sep

Describe your daily routine [les verbes réfléchis au présent]

devoirs : lire pp. 260-265; iLrn 7.12 A

devoirs : iLrn 7.11 A, B

devoirs : lire pp. 268-269; iLrn 7.11 D, E; 7.12 C, E

 

5

 

Talk about relationships; talk about activities; talk about what you did

Chap 7 comp. 1 / Stratégies et Lecture

 

Chap 7 comp. 2

Chap 7 comp. 2 / comp. 3

Chap 7 comp. 3

*iLrn

16 sep

and used to do during the day

 

[les verbes réciproques et réfléchis au présent et au passé composé, les verbes en re, l’imparfait]

devoirs : lire pp. 270-272; iLrn 7.11 F ; 7.2 1 A

 

devoirs: lire pp.276, 278-279; iLrn 7.21 B, E ; 7.22 C

devoirs : lire pp. 280-282; iLrn 7.22 D, E ; 7.31 A, B ;

devoirs : lire pp. 284-286; iLrn 7.21 F ; 7.22 F ; 7.31 D, E, F, H ; 7.32 B, D, E

6 Describe traits and characteristics ; specify which one Chap 7 – comp. 4 Chap 7
6
Describe traits and characteristics ;
specify which one
Chap 7 – comp. 4
Chap 7 – comp. 4 /
REPRISE (vidéo)
Comparaisons culturelles /
Labo: prononciation /
activités web
*iLrn
révision
23
sep
rédaction 3
[le pronoms relatifs qui, que, dont]
devoirs : lire pp.294-295; iLrn
7.41 D, F
devoirs : iLrn
7.42 C, D, E
take iLrn post-test for
Ch. 7 and follow plan
for review
devoirs : lire pp.288-289; iLrn
7.41 A, B, C ; 7.42 A
7
QUIZ Chap. 7—1 octobre
QUIZ Chap. 7 / in-class
writing
La Normandie /
Chap 8 – comp. 1
Chap 8 – comp. 1
Chap 8 – comp. 2
*iLrn
30
sep
Chapitre 8
Order at a restaurant ; talk about what
you eat ; buy food ; say how much
devoirs : lire pp. 310-313;
iLrn 8.11 D, F ; 8.12 B, C
devoirs : lire pp. 314-319;
iLrn 8.11 G ; 8.12 D, E ; 8.21
B
devoirs : lire pp. 320-321;
iLrn 8.21 C, D ; 8.22 A, B, C ;
[le partitif, les expressions de
quantité]
devoirs : lire pp. 302-309;
iLrn 8.11 A, C
8.31
A
8
Talk about foods; talk about meals
[l’usage des articles]
October Break – pas de
cours
Chap 8 – comp. 2
Chap 8 – comp. 2 / comp. 3
Labo: EVALUATION
ORALE
*iLrn
7 oct
EVALUATION ORALE – 11 octobre
devoirs : lire pp. 322-323;
iLrn 8.21 E ; 8.31 A
devoirs : lire pp. 324-327;
iLrn 8.21 F ; 8.22 D ; 8.31 B,
C; 8.32 A
8/9
Say what you eat and drink; talk
about choices and healthy lifestyles;
Chap 8 – comp. 3
Chap 8 – comp. 4
Chap 8 – comp. 4 /
REPRISE (vidéo)
Chap 8 –Lecture /
Comparaisons culturelles
*iLrn
14
oct
say what you would do
rédaction 4
[le pronom en, le verbe boire, les
verbes en –ir; le conditionnel]
devoirs : lire pp. 328-331;
iLrn 8.31 D ; 8.32 B, D ; 8.4 1
A
devoirs: lire pp.336, 338-339;
take iLrn post-test for
Ch. 8 and follow plan
for review
devoirs : lire pp. 334-335;
iLrn 8.41 C, D
iLrn 8.41
E, G ; 8.42 A, B
devoirs : iLrn 8.31 G ; 8.32 E ;
8.41
H ; 8.42
C, F
9/10
révision pour le partiel
Révision pour le partiel
PARTIEL: Chap. 6-8
La France d’outre-mer /
Chap 9 – comp. 1
Labo: prononciation /
activités web
PARTIEL : Chapitres 6-8 –23 oct
21
oct
*iLrn
Chapitre 9
Talk about vacation; talk about how
things will be
devoirs : lire pp. 348-349,
350-351; iLrn 9.11 A
devoirs : lire p. 352; iLrn 9.11
B, C, D ; 9.12 A, B
[le futur simple]
10/11
Communicate with people; prepare
for a trip; avoid repetition; buy your
Chap 9 – comp. 1
Chap 9 – comp. 2
Chap 9 – comp. 2
Chap 9 – comp. 3
*iLrn
28
oct
ticket; say what people know
devoirs : lire pp. 356-358;
iLrn 9.11 G ; 9.12 D ; 9.21 A
devoirs : lire pp. 360-362 ;
iLrn 9.21 B, C ; 9.22 A, B
devoirs : lire p. 366-367 ; iLrn
[les verbes dire, lire, écrire; les
pronoms compléments d’objet
indirect (lui, leur) et direct (le, la, l’,
les), les verbes savoir et connaître]
9.11
G ; 9.21 F ; 9.31 B, C, D,
devoirs : lire pp. 364-365;
iLrn 9.21 D, E ; 9.22 C ; 9.31
A
E

11/12

 

Indicate who does what to whom

 

Chap. 9 comp. 3

Révision Chap 9 comp1-3

 

QUIZ Chap. 9comp 1-3

 

Labo: prononciation / pré-

*iLrn

4

nov

[les pronoms me, te, nous, vous]

 
rédaction 5
rédaction 5

/ in-class writing

activités : film

take iLrn post-test for

 

QUIZ Chap. 97 novembre

 

devoirs : lire pp. 368-370 ; iLrn 9.4 1 A ; 9.4 2 A

 

devoirs : iLrn 9.31 H ; 9.32 A, B, C, E

 

Ch. 9 and follow plan for review

12/13

 

Say where you are going on a trip

 

Chap 9 comp. 4

Chap 9 REPRISE (vidéo) /

 

Les Antilles / Chap 10

Chap 10 comp. 1

*iLrn

 

11

[les expressions géographiques]

 

Lecture / Comparaisons culturelles

comp. 1

nov

Chapitre 10 Decide where to stay ; give advice

 

devoirs : lire pp. 374-377; iLrn 9.41 B, C, D ; 9.42 C

 

devoirs : lire pp. 384-387; iLrn 9.41 E, F; 9.4 2 D ; 10.1 1 B

devoirs : lire p. 388-391; iLrn 10.11 C ; 10.12 A, B

devoirs : lire pp. 392-395; iLrn 9.41 H, I ; 10.11 D, E, F ; 10.12 C, D ; 10.21 A ; 10.22 A

Voir Film en dehors de classe

activités sur le film

 

[les expressions impersonnelles et l’infinitif, les verbes réguliers]

   
 

13

 

Go to the doctor; give advice; express wishes and emotions

Chap 10 comp.

2

Chap. 10 comp 2

 

Chap 10 comp 3 (p. 400) / Révision pour le quiz et

Labo: EVALUATION ORALE

*iLrn

18

nov

[les verbes réguliers et irréguliers au

devoirs : lire pp. 396-397; iLrn 10.21 C, D ; 10.22 B

 
rédaction 6
rédaction 6

l’évaluation orale

 

subjonctif]

 

devoirs : lire pp. 400 ; iLrn

devoirs : iLrn 10.31 C, E

EVALUATION ORALE 22 nov

 

10.21 E, F; 10.22 D, E

 
 
 

14

 

QUIZ Chap. 9.4 10.2 26 nov

 

QUIZ Chap. 9.4 10.2

/

Thanksgiving Break

 

27-30 novembre

   
   

in-class writing

 
 

25

nov

 

devoirs : lire 406-408; iLrn

 

10.41 A; 10.4 2 A

 

15

 

Give directions

Chap. 10 comp 4

Révision des structures

 

Compréhension Auditive

   

*iLrn

2

déc

[l’impératif]

devoirs : iLrn 10.41 D, F

 

verbales / révision finale

Comparaisons culturelles /

Révision finale

take iLrn post-test for

 

Compréhension Auditive5 déc

     
   

Bienvenue en Afrique francophone

Ch. 10 and follow plan for review

 

16

 

SEMAINE DES EXAMENS

 

de lundi à samedi

9 à 14 déc

 

NO EXAMS WILL

BE GIVEN EARLY !

 

9

déc