French Vocabulary Lists and Powerpoints
Vocabulary Lists (Click on blue print link, not view)
These are the words that go in your dictionary according to the following directions:
Copy the new vocabulary in the second section of your spiral.
1. Start a fresh page in the second section your spiral. Head that page with the name of the current vocabulary. Ex.: Classroom Objects
2. Copy all the vocabulary from that section into your spiral. If you run out of room on that page, start a new page and Head it the same way.
Proficiency Tasks Check Sheets
Description of Proficiency Tasks
(audio link at the top of each section)
Click on the letters to hear their pronunciations.
Learn more about holidays, festivals and celebrations in France and the Francophone world.
Learn some common slang/baby talk in French.
Read and listen to the French children’s song “Il court, le feuret.”
Read and listen to the French Christmas carroll, Mon Beau Sapin.
Read and listen to the colors in French.
Read and listen to a variety of basic conversations in French.
Manipulate the character to read and hear descriptions in French.
Help the mouse to find his cheese using French directional expressions.
Read and listen to a French lullaby.
Learn some common French names and their English equivalents.
Read and listen to the French National Anthem, “La Marseillaise.”
Click on the numbers 0-100 to hear their pronunciations.
Learn about the most difficult sounds in French for native English speakers. Listen to correct pronunciation to aide in your practice.
Learn how to text in French.
Click on a letter to read, listen to and learn new French vocabulary.
Type in the phrase, select the language and enter.
Powerpoint presentations of vocabulary covered in class
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Asking and Telling Names
Asking and Telling Where you are From
French-speaking Countries and capitals
French Requests Vocabulary List
Puis-je aller aux toilettes, s’il vous plait? – bathroom
Puis-je aller prendre de l’eau, s’il vous plait? – drink
Puis-je aller au bureau, s’il vous plait? – office
Puis-je aller à l’infirmière, s’il vous plait? – nurse
Puis-je parler avec Monsieur / Madame Smith, s’il vous plait? – talk to teacher
French speaking Countries Nationalities
Pronunciation with Audio
French Cognates (Words that look like English)
Basic Conversational Phrases
J’aime, Je déteste
Days of the Week
Months of the Year