What have you discovered during your research?
You will share your results with the class in the form of a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation entitled “Les attractions de Paris”.
Your presentation, made up of about ten slides, will include the elements described below. For (1) and (2) you will not only include pictures of the sights but also maps indicating their locations in Paris and the reason why you would like to visit those sights, beginning your sentences with “Je voudrais visiter… parce que…”
- One tourist attraction that you discovered with the help of the clues given in exercise B.
- Based on the link Popular places of Paris, given in Activités Internet, you will include:
- One monument
- One museum
- One leisure park
- One religious building or castle
- Based on the Paris website choose
- A sports event that took place or will take place in Paris
- A sport for young people to do in Paris over the winter holidays
- An unusual sport
Make sure to add your bibliography on your last slide.
Our new topic “On va au café?” takes place in the city of Paris, the capital of France.
Before exploring this topic, let’s discover Paris with the help of our online textbooks.
You will need to go to my.hrw.com and log in with your username and password.
- On the drop down menu select Allez viens à Paris! and click on “Go!”
- Make sure you have the Book pages tab open. Read the basic facts about Paris on pages 136-137. After reading the basic facts, click on “Next” to read in more details: you will start with the introduction, then move on by clicking successively on each section from 1 to 7 and the conclusion. (Do not skip the reading as it will provide you with invaluable information for the second part of your task.)
- Click on the Video tab and watch the video on Paris.
- Click on the Internet activities link on the right hand side of the page and you will be taken to the Paris front page.
- Under Activités Internet click on Paris to complete your online activities.
- Using your activity sheet, you will complete activities A to E by exploring different aspects of Paris on the suggested websites.
At the end of all activities, you will post your answers on your blogs under the following heading: Allez, viens à Paris!
Now that we have completed the study of our unit on sports and pastimes with individual brochures, we will reflect on our Significant Concept, our Unit Question, and our Area of Interaction.
You will post your reflections on your blogs and here are a few guiding steps to help you with the process:
- You will read the brochures posted by your classmates to get an idea of their likes and dislikes in terms of sports and pastimes. You will also find out what the national sport is in their country and who their favorite athlete is.
- You will reflect on how “Sports define the culture of a community”
- Try to find common likes and dislikes among yourselves and what sports culture exists at YIS.
- Please reflect briefly on your participation in the cross-country event on November 10 and to what extent you interacted with the students of Ishinomaki. How did you feel about participating together with those students?
- Refer to your national sport to reflect on our unit question “How has sports been influenced by the environment?” Try to find out through the history of your sport how the environment may have had an influence on its development.
- Our Area of Interaction was “Approaches to learning”. Please write your reflections on how you approached the study of this unit and what you have learned about your studying habits. Try to answer those two questions: “How do I learn best?” and “What skills do I need to be successful in this subject?”