Preparation Sheet The different groups in the sentence Level: III Level: CM1-CM2 Area: French language

- literary and human Discipline Education: Master of language and French language Cross-curricular competencies: Reflective observation of the French language (grammar, spelling, conjugation, v ocabulary) - Participate in the collective observation of a text or text fragmen t to better understand how the French language to work, to justify his point of view . General objectives: - identify a subject group in a sentence - identify the verb in a sentence - distinguish between COD / COI - recognize the adverbial in a se ntence Session No. 1 Groups subjects / groups Proceedings Session Objectives: - Recognize the verb in a sentence - to recognize a subject group in a sentence - that those are two key groups in the sentence - namely segmenting a sentence i nto noun / verbal group Progress No. 1 Phase Baseline Work Type Individual research Organization Individual - Written Duration 15 min The teacher distributes a sheet on which are written sentences segmented into gr oups and groups subject thereto. Students should try to group all groups and all subjects verbal groups together, and name them. Comparison of two oral solutions Exchanges Collective - Oral 15 minutes The teacher asks students what they found. Pooling and argumentation. -> What is the first group? subject group, which indicates or is acted. -> What is the sec ond group? the verb is the action indicates what the subject or suffers. The tea cher writes the correction to the table: She was exasperated by the Commissioner that he was wasting his time. A chorus of sirens sounded in the street. The man in question had no desire to respond. I quickly got rid of my briefcase. A pric eless statue had been stolen from the museum of the Middle Ages just before its closure. My mother and she chattered. He writes sentences that students must com e to the table segment. -> The rest of the day was calm. -> Taty Dan moved. -> O nce back home another surprise awaited us (GS / HS reversed) The teacher asks st udents how they should do to find the subject group in the sentence: we ask the question: who is who? 3 Institutionalization: enunciation of the rule written Trace Collective - Write five min

The teacher and students develop the final written record. The phrase is generally composed of two main groups that we can not remove: the subject group and the group report. The subject group: indicates who is or suffers the action can be found through t he question: "Who is that?" The verbal group: indicates what is or is being subject. + Ex individual application. Sentence grammar Here are some sentences from a text: They were each time separated into 2 groups . Colour of a single color ones that go together, explain why and give them a na me. A chorus of sirens statuette invaluable I rang in the street. I quickly got rid of my briefcase. She chattered. The man in question had been stolen from the Museum of the Middle Ages, shortly before its closure. did not want to answer. My mother and her was exasperated by the commissioner who made him lose his time. She was exasperated by the Commissioner that he was wasting his time. A chorus o f sirens sounded in the street. The man in question had no desire to respond. I quickly got rid of my briefcase. A priceless statue had been stolen from the museum of the Middle Ages just befor e its closure. My mother and she chattered. Session No. 2 The verb complements COD / COI Session Objectives: - Find the verb in a sentence - the verb has discovered that supplements which a re essential. - Distinguish the additional direct and indirect objects. Progress No. 1 Phase Reminder of previous meetings Work Type Oral discussions Organization Single-Oral Duration 5 min The teacher asks students to recall what has been seen during the previous meeti ng. The various groups present in the sentence are essential. Phase 2 Individual Individual Search - written 15 minutes

The teacher assigns students to file "a recipe for bread pudding. Students must rewrite the text by removing non-essential supplements. Sharing and correction t able. The teacher asks students to put a cross in the verbs and underline in red the essential complements that have remained.€He explained that these suppleme nts are called essential additional items. Stage 3 Search Individual Individual - written 10 minutes The teacher distributes the data sheet: head to head difficult. Students must co mplete the legends of the comic strip by adding additional objects. Sharing. Wha t comment does it? some additional items start with small words (to, to, from .. . to). The teacher explains that those who follow the verb immediately without i ntermediate small word are direct objects. He inferred the names of students IOC . 4 Institutionalization: enunciation of the rule written Collective Trace - writt en 10 minutes The teacher prepares students with the paper trail that will be pasted into the workbook. Next session: former application on: ï € reduced sentence by sentence ï € minimal recognition GS / GV and COD / COI Session No. 3 the adverbial Session Objectives: - Distinguish adverbial an essential complement. - Analyze the meaning of an adv erbial of place, time, manner, cause - finding the adverbial in a sentence, dedu ce their nature. Progress No. 1 Phase Reminder of previous meetings Work Type Oral discussions Organization Single-Oral Duration 5 min The teacher asks students to recall what has been seen in previous sessions. Abo ut Group / Group Minutes COD / COI Phase 2 Individual Individual Search - written 10 minutes The teacher provides the groups GS - V - COD - Complements circumstantial. Stude nts must form a sentence for each packet of words. My grandfather likes to sit b y the fire. Jeremy has not seen his brother for more than a month. This lady dre ssed elegantly. Make yourself comfortable in the lounge. We are moving at the en d of the week. 3 Comparison of solutions

Oral discussions Collective - Oral 10 min The teacher collects the sentences that have been found and noted in table. What comment does it? Everyone did not find the same phrases, some groups are not th e same place. We can therefore assume that they are movable. The teacher asks st udents to delete the phrases all the elements that are not absolutely necessary for understanding. What comment does it? These groups are deletable. They are no t essential in the sentence. The teacher then asked the students what could be the role of these supplements. Expected: they supplement, give more information about the action in the senten ce. The teacher asks students to try to classify information. Expected: place, t ime, manner, cause ... It gives the names of these supplements. these are adverb ial because they inform us about the circumstances of the action. 4 Institutionalization: enunciation of the rule written Collective Trace - writt en 5 min Teachers and students develop the written record common. The adverbial (CC) indi cate the circumstances of the action: time, place, cause, purpose, manner ... Th ese are optional additions, you can move or delete them. Ex: It snows on Gerardm er. On Gerardmer, it snows. To find them in the sentence, it must ask the questi ons: where, when, how ...? Ex: At dawn, skiers enjoy the snow. When? At dawn -> DC time. We play in the snow. Where? -> DC location. They ski with difficulty. H ow? -> DC way. They play the lottery to pay off their debts. Why? -> DC goal Next Session: practical exercises on GS / GV, DOC / IOC, DC. Session No. 5 assessment on the GS / GV, IOC / DOC and CC Session Objectives: - Reinvest their knowledge of the GS and SGS - recognize the DOC and IOC in a se ntence - find DC in a sentence, determine the nature Progress No. 1 Phase Statement instructions Work Type Reading a document Organization Single-Oral Duration 5 min Teacher and students read the statement of the assessment. The exercises are exp lained, or reformulated for those who might have difficulties; Individual Rating 2 Review - written 35 minutes

Students perform the evaluation. Correction if collective time. Name: ASSESSMENT: date: subject groups - groups records, DOC / IOC, adverbial Sk ills assessed: - Recognize a subject group in a sentence: - recognize the verb in a sentence: distinguish between COD / IOC: - recognize the adverbial in a sentence: a) For each of the following sentences, separated with a line / group about the verbal group. Stresses in the yellow GS, GV red and oversees the verb.€a) The Easter h olidays last 15 days. c) The fair will take place May 24 this year. b) The subje ct group is highlighted in yellow. d) The lady goes on vacation in early July. f ) Paris headquarters of the club PSG. e) Once back, we waited another surprise. 2) Observe the verbal group in bold in each sentence. Indicates whether the verb is accompanied by a direct object (COD) or indirect. (IOC). Complete the senten ce by a COD f and g IOC your choice. a) My sister plays the poupée.____________ ____________________________ b) The dog is licking his chops. __________________ ______________________ C) The investigator has gathered all the necessary clues. _____________________________ D) Get rid of that old sweater! _________________ _______________________ E) Since Christmas, my friend lives in this house. _____ _____________________________ F) I know ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... g) Arnaud still believes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 3) In the fo llowing sentences, stresses the non-essential additions in blue: (Warning, there may be several in the same sentence) a) I look forward to his e! b) Sophie take s a bath in the bathroom. c) During the night she started screaming loudly. d)'s meet us here in two hours . e) It is not been home for 3 days. f) He plays the lottery every Saturday to w in. 4) Indicates whether the adverbial in italics you learn about the location, cause, manner and time: a) Louise is soon part of the festival. ._______________ ___________. b) In less than an hour, their plane takes off. .__________________ ________. c) She lives life to the fullest. .__________________________. d) The tourists are lying on the beach. .__________________________. e) Every morning I take the bus to go to school. .__________________________.. f) This old person dressed elegantly. .__________________________. g) Not paying attention to other s, he made his speech. .__________________________.. h) At his grandmother, he w rote this poem to the computer .__________________________