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Beginning French Classes (Periods 2, 4, 6)


Intermediate French Classes (Periods 1, 7)

Erin Jaynes

French Homework Calendar

This calendar features assignments for all classes that may not be technology based. Look at the calendars below for Google Classrooms and other technology based assignments. 

Beginning French Google Classroom Calendar


This calendar shows assignments posted in Google Classrooms for Periods 2, 4, and 6.

Intermediate French Google Classroom Calendar

This calendar shows work that is posted in Google Classrooms for Periods 1 and 7.

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Extra Credit Opportunity!

Study French at Home (or on the go)

The best ways to acquire new language is through comprehensible input. Students may access any of the below links for French learning activities, listening, reading, or speaking. The resources below are geared to all levels of French language. Your student may need to “play” to find the resource that fits his/her learning style and needs best.

Listen to traditional fairy tales read by native speakers. Text available to read as well.

An interactive language education software similar to Rosetta Stone. Must have an active PPLD library account to access. Security library also has an account.



French news articles written for native speaker children. However, many of the articles are accessible to students learning French.

An interactive language education software similar to Rosetta Stone. Also available as an app.

Find books to read online from all over the world. Students can select which language to read in.

“La Maison de Mickey” (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) in French!

“Pyjamasques” (PJ Masks) in French. This is a French cartoon originally, now available in the US.

A great website and YouTube channel for insights into French culture and language. Mostly taught in English with highlighted French phrases. ***Please preview before you show your student as some episodes are geared to adults and workplace situations.

“Un Jour, Une Question” short videos in French that answer questions posed by native speaker French students.


Supply List Beginning & Intermediate French

2018-2019 Supply List


1 composition notebook

        (100 pages, NO perforation, college ruled or 2 smaller composition notebooks)

set of markers, colored pencils, or colored pens (including blue, red, purple, yellow, orange, green, pink, black, brown)


notebook paper



Donation to classroom (please select one):

       roll of paper towels

       3 glue sticks

       box of tissues

       12 pencils or a French-English dictionary for home use (Collins Beginner's French Dictionary, 4th Edition (Collins Language)  ISBN-13: 978-0061374920 recommended)