Welcome to grade 4 page. Here you will find information about what we are doing in class.
In grade 4 we will be starting to read and write in French and we will have 4 marks this year instead of just 1 as in primary. We will now have a mark for each of the following strands: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. If you have any questions regarding this change from primary core french, please contact me at the school.
December: We are starting our final projects that will include talking about our favorite celebration and comparing it to a French-Ontario celebration that we have talked about in class.
1st week: rough drafts should be done and extra time was given during first breaks to finish if needed 2nd week: good copies should be typed at school and shared with me on the Google drive. extra time is also given during 1st breaks to complete work and seek more help if needed. NONE OF THE WRITING IS TO BE DONE AT HOME. All rough drafts and typing of good copies is to be completed at school.
3rd week: finishing final touches on the visual component (students have full choice of this piece, some suggestions are a slide show or a poster), and practicing the presentation to confirm pronunciation before the presentations in January.
November: We have continued talking about celebrations. We have learned how to invite people to a party and to talk about what we will do, and eat at the party as well as when it is!
October: We have started our first major unit for the year. We are using the CEC C'est Parti! unit Une culuture a Celebre! we will be learning about different celebrations celebrated in francophone Ontario, as well as how to talk about our own celebrations. We have already learned some party essentials, as well as some food items!
September: Welcome to French! I have enjoyed seeing many familiar faces again and meeting some new faces this past week. We have started the year learning how to write some words that describe us and what we look like. We will be starting our first unit "Un coulture a celebre" very soon. We will be learning some more simple phrases and vocabulary to continue to develop our spoken French and oral communication while learning about celebrations and French-Ontario culture.
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