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Monsieur Robin D. OLIVER

FRENCH 4 SYLLABUS 2016-2017



  1. Teacher Information:


Room: 6114

Tutorials: 3:45– 4.45pm Mondays in Room 6114

School phone: 404-802-4700

Email: rdoliver@atlanta.k12.ga.us

Teacher website : www.monsieuroliver.weebly.com
Georgia State Standards for Foreign Language level 4:
https://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Curriculum-and-Instruction/Documents/Modern%20Languages%20Level%20IV[1].pdf

  1. Course Description and Objectives :



IB Middle Years Program (IBMYP):

            This course is part of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme at North Atlanta High School which aims to help IBMYP learners to become inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced, and reflective. The learning experiences will allow students to gain analytical skills to promote informed decision-making, engage in teamwork and collaboration, frame their own inquiries, pursue personal aspirations, set challenging goals and have persistence to achieve them. Students will work towards a deepening of their conceptual understanding as they approach concepts from a range of perspectives. As concepts are studied throughout the year, the following global contexts will be in constant consideration: identities and relationships, orientation in time and space, fairness and development, globalization and sustainability, scientific and technical innovation, and personal and cultural expression. IBMYP Assessments aim to support and courage student learning by providing feedback and promoting deep understanding of subject content by supporting students in their inquiry in real-world contexts. Specific assessment criteria with subject objectives will be provided. A year-long IBMYP personal project accompanied by a journal is to be produced at the end of the 10th grade year. The personal project enables students to engage in practical exploration through a cycle of inquiry, action, and reflection. Timelines and descriptions of tasks will be provided.


Course Objectives


  • Acquisition of broader vocabulary for oral and reading skills

  • Comprehension of the spoken language

  • Development of speaking skills along with proper pronunciation

  • Expression in written form more complex ideas

  • Knowledge of cultural facts from the francophone world

  • Respect from day one to the Communication standards required by the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language)

  • Analysis of the basic structures of the language


THEMATIC UNIT SEQUENCE

Middle Years Program (MYP)

QUESTIONS OF INQUIRY


TIMELINE

Unité 1:

La Famille et la Communauté



1a. Comment l’enfant et l’adolescent se construisent-ils dans leur environnement familial et communautaire?

1b. Quel rôle la famille et la société jouent-elles dans nos choix amoureux?

1c. Comment les rapports sociaux évoluent-ils dans la sociԗté modern?

2 weeks

2 weeks

2 weeks


Unité 2: La Vie Contemporaine

2a. Comment les cultures marquent-elles le passage de l’enfance à l’âge adulte?

2b. Comment le marketing façonne-t-il et/ou reflate-t-il les tendances culturelles des communautés?

2c. En quoi les loisirs et le sport contribuent-ils à la qualité de vie?

2 weeks

2 weeks

2 weeks


Unité 3: La Quête de Soi

3a. Comment la langue influence-t-elle l’identité?

3b. Comment est-on enrichi par les produits, les pratiques, les points de vue d’autres cultures?

3c. Quel rôle joue le nationalisme pour les individus et les institutions?

2 weeks
2 weeks

2 weeks


Unité 4: Les Défis Mondiaux

4a. En l’ère moderne, que signifie lutter pour les droits de l’homme?

4b. Peut-on justifier la guerre et quelles en sont les alternatives?

4c. Que signifie la tolérance à l’égard des autres et quelles en sont les limites?

2 weeks
2 weeks
2 weeks

Unité 5: La Science et la Technologie

5a. Comment les inventions changent-elles notre vision du monde?

5b. Comment les progès scientifiques et technologiques affectent-ils notre vie?

5c. Quels débats les progress scientifiques suscitent-ils dans les société d’aujourd’hui?

2 weeks

2 weeks

2 weeks

Unité 6 : L’Esthétique

6a. Comment les canons de beauté évoluent-ils?

6b. Comment les expériences personnelles nourrissent-elles l’art?

6c. En quoi l’architecture reflate et modifie l’environnement culturel?

2 weeks
2 weeks
2 weeks


  1. Materials Required:

  • Textbook “T’es branché? 4”

  • SmartPhone or tablet / laptop (for eBook)

  • One medium size 3-ring binder.

  • Subject dividers for 3-ring binder

  • French-English/English-French dictionary.


IV. Course Outline:

The textbook‘s units will be used to prepare the future IB students for the IB exam

given in the Senior year.

We will study texts that belong to the three IB cores and the

two IB options: Social Relationship, World Issues, Communications and Media,

Health, and Sciences and Technology.


  1. Grading Procedure and Grading Scale:


Assignment Categories: Grading Scale:

Common Final Exam 10% A 90-100

Summative Assessments 45% B 80-89

  • Unit tests, Compositions, Oral exams, Projects C 70-79

Formative Assessments 45% F 0-69

  • Quizzes, Participation, H/W, Sponge activities



VI: Class Expectations:

Homework:


Homework should be completed by the following class session in a thorough and consistent manner.

In case of an unexcused absence, work will be worth 50% off original grade.

In case of an excused absence, students are responsible for requesting homework when returning to class. (Homework following an absence must be submitted within 3 class periods, as per APS policy)

Class work

Class work assignment must be completed by the end of the allocated time.

Talking and being disruptive during class work will impact on the class work grade. In case of an absence, students are responsible for requesting their class work. Students are responsible for maintaining their class work (group work, completed work sheets, etc…) and a grade will be provided.

Orals


An oral grade will be provided based upon how much the target language is used by each student in the classroom. At any time during class, students can demonstrate their conversational skills. Either upon entering the classroom, requesting materials, performing skits and/or oral presentations, asking for permission to speak, etc…

Quizzes /Tests / Exams


Quizzes and tests will be given for each unit. In case of an absence, no make-up assessment will be done without an excused note from the parents. In addition, make-up assessments must be done according to the school policies. Students are responsible for scheduling their make-up assessment.

Projects


In addition to homework, students are expected to implement projects. The projects will consist in applying direct ideas from the units. The teacher will give sufficient information (rubrics) to the students in order to execute their projects.
**Deficiency Notices and Progress Reports will be distributed according to the school policies.
***Parent conferences will be scheduled through the counseling office.

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