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FSF1D: Core French, Grade 9, Academic

FSF1D: Core French, Grade 9, Academic

Course Info

Course Name: Core French
Course Code: FSF1D
Grade: Grade 9
Course Type: Academic
Course Format: Online
Credit Value: 1.0
Course Duration: 110 Hours
Prerequisites:

Minimum of 600 hours of French instruction, or equivalent

Tuition Fee: $399.00$1,500.00

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Course Overview

This course provides opportunities for students to communicate and interact in French with increasing independence, with a focus on familiar topics related to their daily lives. Students will develop their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing by using language learning strategies introduced in the elementary Core French program, and will apply creative and critical thinking skills in various ways. They will also enhance their understanding and appreciation of diverse French-speaking communities, and will develop skills necessary for lifelong language learning.

Course Outline

Unit 1: Review
Unit 2: Qui suis-je? Qui êtes-vous?
Unit 3: Préparer pour un voyage
Unit 4: Voyager le monde
Unit 5: Mes souvenirs
Unit 6: La Littérature

This course has the following units of study:

  • Je Parle Francais (17 Hours) 
  • Qui suis-je? Qui etes-vous? (20 Hours) 
  • Preparer pour un Voyage (18 Hours) 
  • Voyager le Monde  (16 Hours) 
  • Mes Souvenirs (14 Hours) 
  • La Litterature  (15 Hours) 
  • Project Finale (10 Hours)

FSF1D has a course cumulative project and a final exam, each worth 15% of the final grade calculation.

Curriculum Expectations

A. LISTENING
A1. Listening to Understand: determine meaning in a variety of authentic and adapted oral French texts, using a range of listening strategies;
A2. Listening to Interact: interpret messages accurately while interacting in French for a variety of purposes and with diverse audiences;
A3. Intercultural Understanding: demonstrate an understanding of information in oral French texts about aspects of culture in diverse French-speaking communities and other communities around the world, and of French sociolinguistic conventions used in a variety of situations and communities.

B. SPEAKING
B1. Speaking to Communicate: communicate information and ideas orally in French, using a variety of speaking strategies, appropriate language structures, and language appropriate to the purpose and audience;
B2. Speaking to Interact: participate in spoken interactions in French for a variety of purposes and with diverse audiences;
B3. Intercultural Understanding: in their spoken communications, demonstrate an awareness of aspects of culture in diverse French-speaking communities and other communities around the world, and of the appropriate use of French sociolinguistic conventions in a variety of situations.

C. READING
C1. Reading Comprehension: determine meaning in a variety of authentic and adapted French texts, using a range of reading comprehension strategies;
C2. Purpose, Form, and Style: identify the purpose(s), characteristics, and aspects of style of a variety of authentic and adapted text forms in French, including fictional, informational, graphic, and media forms;
C3. Intercultural Understanding: demonstrate an understanding of information in French texts about aspects of culture in diverse French-speaking communities and other communities around the world, and of French sociolinguistic conventions used in a variety of situations and communities.

D. WRITING
D1. Purpose, Audience, and Form: write French texts for different purposes and audiences, using a variety of forms and knowledge of language structures and conventions of written French appropriate for this level;
D2. The Writing Process: use the stages of the writing process – including pre-writing, producing drafts, revising, editing, and publishing – to develop and organize content, clarify ideas and expression, correct errors, and present their work effectively;
D3. Intercultural Understanding: in their written work, demonstrate an awareness of aspects of culture in diverse French-speaking communities and other communities around the world, and of the appropriate use of French sociolinguistic conventions in a variety of situations.

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