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French III - «Les régions de la France»

This intermediate level French course continues students’ language study with a wider scope of vocabulary on familiar topics.  This course also broadens student knowledge of French culture with research projects on the regions of France.  This class is supplemented with French films, current media and technology resources, and an introduction to French literature.   French III students who meet eligibility requirements may apply for membership in the National French Honor Society.

At the end of French III, students should be able to:

Initiate, sustain, and close a conversation using grammar and vocabulary at an intermediate level

Comprehend and share orally and in writing personal reactions to authentic and adapted literary texts, magazines, newspapers, films and internet sources  

Describe experiences, summarize, ask questions, and retell stories using advanced beginner grammar and vocabulary

Engage in spontaneous conversations through role-playing

Demonstrate cultural knowledge of the geography of France, French art, and music through oral presentations

Make comparisons between the French and English languages

Use technology to express themselves in French

Students hear French and make an effort to participate in French in this course.