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French 101: Beginner French: Lesson 3- The Days of the Week
In this one time class, students will learn the names of the days of the week and use them in sentences.
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In this beginner French class, the student will learn the names of the days of the week. They will also learn how to say "before" and "after." We will use these words to talk in sentences about things we do during the week. Students will find the atmosphere of this class very welcoming and supportive. I will model all vocabulary and sentence structures and students will have lots of opportunities to participate at their level. It is expected that students participate orally as this is really...
After this class, students will: -be able to name the days of the week -be able to use the words "before" and "after" to put the days of the week in order -be able to use basic sentences to talk about activities that occur during the week -be able to say what their favourite day of the week is
I have taken 4 university level French courses and I have taught French in the public school system for several years.
No homework is necessary; however, in order to learn a new language, students should try to practice what we have learned in class.
1 file available upon enrollmentA one page handout will be provided as reference.
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No formal assessment
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dave WrayAll things science, flying, and French.
612 total reviews
1077 completed classes
I will be teaching classes in science, basic French, and aviation. I have both science and education degrees. My main science interests are biology and environmental science. In my previous career, I worked in health care as a respiratory...