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The New Zealand Curriculum.

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Example 2: Le poster

Auckland, cité des voiles

Au nord de l’île du Nord de la Nouvelle Zélande
Entre le golfe de Hauraki et de Waitemata.

Les visites:

Si vous aimez les animaux marins, allez à l’aquarium. L’entrée coûte $15.
Si vous voulez voir la vue panoramique d’Auckland, montez à la Sky Tower.

Les activités:

Si vous êtes fan de sensations fortes, allez sauter à l’élastique sous le pont d’Auckland.
Je recommande le zoo si vous désirez rencontrer le kiwi, symbole de la Nouvelle Zélande.

Transports:

Attention, prenez le bus ou le train ou louez une voiture parce qu’il n’y a pas de métro.

Communication, Language Knowledge, and Cultural Knowledge, levels 3 and 4

At these levels, students can understand and construct simple texts using their knowledge of French. Students can describe aspects of their own background and immediate environment.

In selected linguistic and sociocultural contexts, students will: For example, students might:
  • understand and produce information and ideas;
  • give information about Auckland and ideas for what to do there;
  • express and respond to personal needs and interests;
  • provide information about activities according to personal needs and interests;
  • use cultural knowledge to communicate appropriately;
  • use vous for the audience;

 

  • describe Auckland as “ Auckland, cité des voiles” and compare this phrase with “ Paris, cité des lumières”;
  • recognise and describe ways in which French is organised;
  • use French to describe New Zealand places, e.g., le nord de l’ile du Nord;
  • compare and contrast languages;
  • use attention, meaning “careful” rather than “be careful”;
  • recognise and describe ways in which French culture is organised;
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  • compare and contrast cultural practices.
  • recognise the use of different modes of transport.

Context: Students produce a poster of their own town, comparing it to a French town previously studied.


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