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4: Chapitre 4- Sorties et voyages

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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 favorite places in a city.
    2. Talk about what they will do in the near future.
    3. Give and understand directions to a specific location.
    4. Describe the weather.
    5. Communicate in basic travel situations.

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

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

    1. How to prepare for a trip to a Francophone country.
    2. Some information about Switzerland and New Caledonia.
    3. Some cultural differences between the U.S. and France.

    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. The prepositions à and de and their contractions with the definite articles.
    2. The conjugation of the verb aller and its uses, including the immediate future.
    3. The conjugation of regular -ir verbs.
    4. The conjugation of the verb faire and some of its idiomatic uses.
    5. The basic structure of the passé composé with the auxiliary avoir.


    This page titled 4: Chapitre 4- Sorties et voyages 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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