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Welcome to French class!

NJ Core Curriculum Content Standard for World Languages:
7.1 World Languages:  All students will be able to use a world language in addition to English to engage in meaningful conversation, to understand and interpret spoken and written language, and to present information, concepts, and ideas, while also gaining an understanding of the perspectives of other cultures. Through language study, they will make connections with other content areas, compare the language and culture studied with their own, and participate in home and global communities.
Mrs. Bilali’s mission:
To create a learning environment where all students can meet or exceed the expectations of NJ CCS 7.1.
Mrs. Bilali’s goals:
1.    To create a comfortable learning environment for students by 
a.    communicating clear, realistic expectations to my students.
b.    encouraging students to keep a notebook that reflects daily lessons and assignments.
c.    encouraging students to come to class prepared.
2.    To prepare students so that they will progress to the next level of language learning by
a.    creating level-appropriate lessons which address the domains of reading,writing, listening and speaking in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes.
b.    verifying homework daily so as to create a dialogue between teacher and student and monitor student progress.
c.    offering my website as a learning resource.
d.   making myself available to my students for extra-help.
e.    communicating with parents when necessary.
Mrs. Bilali’s Grading Procedures:
 
AP French Language and Culture: In this course, class participation is crucial to the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking in the interpersonal and presentational modes. As a result, grades are calculated as follows.
 

Class Participation 50%

Tests 50%
 Students are encouraged to participate daily by asking and answering questions that demonstrated that they are keeping up with assignments and deepening their understanding of the themes covered in class.
 
French 4H, French 3, French 1 
Grades are calculated as follows:

Tests 35%

Quizzes 25%
Speaking Evaluations 30%
Class Participation 10%

Class Participation grades are given at the end of each marking period and represent performance reflected throughout the period. Homework is checked and reviewed every day. Students will be penalized each time that their assignment is not completed and presented in class when reviewed.

Here is my daily schedule:

 

Period Assignment Room
1 PREP  
2 FRENCH 3 114
3 PREP  
4 AP FRENCH 114
5 CAFE DUTY
Monday/Tuesday
 
6 FRENCH 1 114
7 LUNCH  
8 FRENCH 4 HONORS 114
9 FRENCH 3 114


Thank you for visiting and please feel free to contact me through email at: nbilali@tenafly.k12.nj.us

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