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Example 3: Sondage (survey)

Example of a grid chiens chats vélos musique rugby maths TV pizza pommes
:–) :–)                  
:–( :–(                  

Questions et réponses – suggested expressions

Qu’est-ce que tu aimes le plus? Le chat ou le chien? J’aime bien les chiens mais je préfère les chats. :–)
Qu’est-ce que tu préfères le plus entre …? Entre ça et ça, j’aime mieux … :–) :–)
Que penses-tu de/que dis-tu de …? Je n’aime pas trop le .../J’aime un peu moins les … :–(
Qu’est-ce que tu n’aimes pas? Je n’aime pas du tout … :–( :–(
Est-ce qu’il y a autre chose que tu n’aimes pas? J’ai horreur de … :–I

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: In this example, students:
  • understand and produce information and ideas;
  • ask questions and respond about likes and dislikes;
  • express and respond to personal needs and interests;
  • give their opinion, using a range of formulaic expressions;
  • use cultural knowledge to communicate appropriately;
  • recognise and describe ways in which French is organised;
  • ask questions, make comparisons, and say how much they like something;
  • compare and contrast languages;
  • use negation and ask questions;
  • recognise and describe ways in which French culture is organised;
  • compare and contrast cultural practices.
  • compare il m’aime, un peu, beaucoup, passionnément, à la folie, pas du tout with “he loves me, he loves me not”, when picking the petals off a daisy.

Context: Students survey each other orally in French about their likes and dislikes, using the suggested expressions, and then report to the group using the third person (il, elle, on).

Variations: The heading of each column could be changed according to the unit of work.

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