FSF 1P Unité 0: Révision Le Monde Francophone Did you know that over 200 million people in the world in over 50 countries speak French? Did you know that, of those countries where French is one of their official languages, most of them are located in Africa? Countries where French is an official language Belgium Benin Burkina-Faso Burundi Cameroon Canada Central African Rep. Chad Comoros Dem. Rep. of Congo Djibouti France Gabon Guinea Haiti Ivory Coast Luxembourg Madagascar Mali Monaco Niger Republic of Congo Rwanda Senegal Seychelles Switzerland Togo Vanuatu Dependent entities where French is an official language Countries where French is commonly used but not an official language Pondicherry (Asia) French Polynesia (Oceania) New Caledonia (Oceania) Aosta Valley (Europe) Jersey (Europe) Guernsey (Europe) Saint Martin (N. America) Wallis and Futuna (Oceania) Saint Barthélemy (N. America) Saint Pierre et Micquelon (N. America) Clipperton (N. America) Algeria Andorra Cambodia Laos Lebanon Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Tunisia Vietnam Louisiana, Maine, New England (USA) Instructions: On a blank map of the world: 1. Colour in the countries where French is an official language. Make sure to use the same colour for all the countries on this list. 2. Colour in the countries where French is commonly used but not an official language. Use only one colour for these countries. 3. Neatly write the list of dependent entities where French is an official language on the back of the map. These are too small to find on the map, but still as important! 4. Leave all other areas of land where French is not spoken in white. 5. Colour all bodies of water blue. 6. Give the map an appropriate title. 7. Create and include a legend on the bottom corner of the map. 8. Make sure that you colour neatly!