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3: Chapitre 3- Le travail et les loisirs

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    Learning Objectives

    Communication (what students will be able to do):

    By the end of this chapter, students will be able to:

    1. Talk about their schedule.
    2. Talk about their coursework and other aspects of university life.
    3. Talk about different professions.
    4. Talk (a little) about what they do in their free time.

    Culture (what students will know about the French-speaking world):

    By the end of this chapter, students will know something about:

    1. School in various Francophone countries.
    2. The use of French in different Francophone countries.
    3. French in Canada.
    4. Leisure activities in Québec.

    Grammar/ Tools (what students need to know):

    In order to perform these communicative tasks, students will have to understand and be able to use correctly the following structures:

    1. How to tell time.
    2. The conjugation of regular -er verbs in the present tense.
    3. The conjugations of stem-changing -er verbs.
    4. How to ask and answer simple yes/no questions.
    5. The interrogative adjective quel.

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    This page titled 3: Chapitre 3- Le travail et les loisirs is shared under a CC BY-NC-SA license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Gretchen Angelo (Light and Matter) .

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