French Language Program

 LWL

Why should you learn French?

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Click HERE to learn more about the languages offered at Cobb County Schools.

 

The Cobb County French program offers the following courses:

  • Levels I-VIII
  • AP Language & Culture

*Not all schools offer all the course levels or languages, please check with your local school for a list of current course offerings.

 

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Course
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Proficiency
Targets
 Instructional
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Unit I

Unit II

Unit III

Unit IV

Unit V

French I

Introductions, meet/greet,
Family, and Friends

School

Clothing, Shopping, Food,
Restaurant, Community

Sport and Leisure

 

French 

II

Traveling, Transportation,
Directions, City/Buildings

Daily Routine, Responsibilities,
Useful items, Daily Life

Health, Body, Emergencies,
Injury, Illness

Community,
Celebrations, Entertainment

 

French 

III

Life Events, Family,
Friendship, Relationships

Community, Social Media,
Technology

Careers,
When I Grow Up

Environment

The Arts

 

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The language proficiency targets indicate what students are expected to do with the language at the end of each course in terms of producing language (speaking and writing), understanding language (listening and reading), and interacting with others in the language. Proficiency targets for each language are based on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Proficiency Guidelines. 

Click on each of the headings for details on the target skills for each level. 

Level

WL Interpersonal

Interpersonal
Communication

WL Speaking

Presentational
Speaking

WL Writing

Presentational
Writing

WL Listening

Interpretive
Listening

WL Reading

Interpretive
Reading

Level I

Novice
Mid
Novice
High
Novice
High
Novice 
Mid
Intermediate
Low

Level II

Novice
Mid (+)
Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate 
Low
Novice
Mid (+)
Intermediate
Mid (-)

Level III

Novice 
High
Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Novice 
High
Intermediate 
Mid

Level IV

Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate
High (-)

Level V - VIII

Intermediate
Mid (-) to
Intermediate High
Intermediate 
High (-) to 
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
High (-) to 
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
Mid (-) to 
Intermediate High
Intermediate 
High to 
Advanced Low

Learn more about ACTFL's Language Proficiency Guidelines and the NCSSFL-ACTFL Global CAN-DO Benchmark Statements.

 

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The following are the Board approved instructional resources for the French language program:

Resource 

Cover 

Course(s)

 D'accord 1
2015

Vista

 daccord I 2017 French I
&
French II

D'accord 2
2015

Vista

daccord II 2017  French II
&
French III

D'accord 3
2015

Vista

daccord III 2017 French IV

Thèmes
2016

Vista

 Themes 2016

French V
French VI
French VII
French VIII
AP Frech Language & Culture

 

Face-À-Face
2017

Vista

 
 face face 2017 French V
French VI
French VII
French VIII
AP French Language & Culture

 Preparing for the
AP French Exam
2012

Pearson

AP French AP French
Language & Culture
 

Allons au-delà!
2012

Pearson

Allns au dela AP French
Language & Culture

Une fois pour toutes
2009

Pearson

Une Fois Por Toute AP French
Language & Culture

    

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