YouTube project/French Presentations Broadcast Your French! Objectives: Connections Standard 3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language. Communication: Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics. As we come to the close of the year, we are going to present what we have learned. This time there will be a choice of presenting in class or preparing a video. Either direction is acceptable but you must be prepared to show your video or present on the precise days. No excuses. AP testers or those with preplanned absences need to prepare accordingly. Zeros will be given for those who are not prepared. Please see Mrs. Mac if problems arise. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE! For a list of possible topics, please consult the other handout. We don’t need to repeat last semester’s topics. Step 1: Brainstorm your ideas. What do you want to present? What do you want your video to be about? Do you work best independently or with a group? Possible topics and themes will be assigned by Madame Mac. We don’t want 25 of the same projects. Your project proposal will be due by Thursday, April 16th, 2015. Groups will be approved by Madame Mac. 25 points Step 2: Outline your project and come up with a script, rough draft or concept map. This should be very detailed and include the all the major components of your video presentation. Due date: April 30, 2015. 25 points. Step 3: Record your video. Most smartphones today have video cameras and Wi-Fi accessibility that allow you to post videos to YouTube. It is preferred that you edit the video together in a creative professional looking way. Then you will email the link to the video to [email protected] Due date: May 8th, 2015 25 points Step 4: Present your videos to the class: On your block day May 14th, you will present your uploaded video. No ifs, buts or my computer broke excuses will be accepted. Your parents will not be able to email me and tell me you had a month and a half to do this project and you refused. Just do you work by the deadlines! NO EXCUSES! IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT, YOU WILL LIKELY RESULT FAIL THE QUARTER. French 2 Brainstorm and Project proposal: Due April 21st I would like to present my project: (Circle One) In class with PowerPoint/Prezi By video _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ My group members are: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ No more than 2 people per group. Each individual must have a specific task. They should all be included in the video. You may be a narrator, a video editor, a script writer or a choreographer but all should be featured and prove to me that this was a team effort. If that can’t be done, you may work on your own. The topic or theme of my video presentation is: Please provide three choices. Choice # 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ Choice # 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ Choice # 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ I have read the project rubric and discussed the best option for myself or my student. Parent Signature: ______________________________________________________________________ Student Signature: _____________________________________________________________________ Project Rubric Brainstorm Rough Draft Concept Map Video submission Presentation: Creativity (Does this hold a student’s interest?) Accuracy (Grammar and pronunciation are correct) Demonstrates mastery of the learning goals 25 points due April 16th 25 points due April 30 25 points due May 8th Due on May 14th: (Block Day) 25 points 25 points 25 points Please note: If you are choosing to present in class, the only date to present is May 14th. No presentations will be rescheduled. Choose wisely. Possible Topics: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Celebrations 2.1 Party Preparations 2.2 Passé compose with avoir Passé compose with être Negative expressions The pronoun Y The pronoun En The partitive Placement of object pronouns Direct object pronouns Indirect object pronouns Fruits, vegetables and cooking 3.1 Food shopping 3.2 School Places and Events (4.1) Computer Terms (4.2) Quelqu’un, quelque chose, personne, rien, ne … que Reflexive verbs Object pronouns and the passé composé Morning routine 5.1 Irregular verbs ; Suivre, recevoir, ouvrir, offrir Daily routine 5.2* Tout, tous, toutes, toute* Depuis, il y a, Ça fait Refleixive Verbs in the passé composé* The Imparfait* Childhood activities 6.1* French holidays/Cultural traditions (Will require research) *Topic has not yet been introduced but is forthcoming. Please choose a topic that best suits you from the choices above. On your proposal, please write the actual topic by name, not number. If a problem arises, please see Mrs. Mac.