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A Votre Tour!

A Votre Tour! - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 978-0470424230

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ISBN13: 978-0470424230
ISBN10: 0470424230
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 07
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published: 2007
International: No
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A Votre Tour! - 2ND 07 edition

ISBN13: 978-0470424230

Jean-Paul Valette and Rebecca Valette

ISBN13: 978-0470424230
ISBN10: 0470424230
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 07
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Published: 2007
International: No
Summary

The main objective ofAgrave; votre tour!is to advance students to a level at which they can comfortably express themselves on a variety of French and francophone topics. Avoiding the excessive rigor of most intermediate texts,Agrave; votre tour!immerses students in authentic language and cultural contexts to achieve three key objectives: to build and reinforce oral and written communicative skills, to develop reading skills and cultural awareness, and to forge a strong linguistic base. New!Tecirc;te agrave; tecirc;tecommunicative activities require one student to use communicative skills to elicit unknown details from another student in order to complete a task, with basic vocabulary and grammar structures recycled to reinforce previously learned material. New!Integrated video correlates to theFranccedil;ais PratiqueandInterlude Culturelsections of each unit and to corresponding video activities provided in the Student Activities Manual. New!Updated cultural material highlights recent cultural trends, such as prices expressed in euros, French phone numbers with appropriate area codes; reflects the current political realities; and offers many entry points for further development of cultural awareness, grammar, and lexical points. A broad introduction to French and Francophone cultures provides authentic language and cultural contexts without an intense grammar curriculum—adapted for students who might take French as a minor, rather than a major. Accessible presentation enables students with basic conversational and grammar skills to achieve success through careful pacing, cyclical review and re-entry of structures and vocabulary, and engaging conversational material. Solid grammar review builds a framework by first covering basic structures and expressions, then adding more advanced concepts to expand students' linguistic abilities.

Table of Contents

Reprise Retour de vacances! Reprise A: La vie courante. Rappel 1 Bonjour!; Rappel 2 Le temps libre; Rappel 3 Bon appeacute;tit! Agrave; votre tour! Rappel Culturel Reprise B: Hier et avant. Rappel 4 Le week-end;
Rappel 5 En vacances; Rappel 6 Qu'est-ce qui se passe? Agrave; votre tour! Rappel Culturel Reprise C: Nous et les autres. Rappel 7 Vive l'amitieacute;!;
Rappel 8 Un garccedil;on timide Agrave; votre tour! Lecture.Les trois bagues Uniteacute; 1 Au jour le jour Info Magazine. Les visages de la beauteacute;; Le laquo;Lookraquo; et le relooking

Partie 1 Le Franccedil;ais pratique: La description physique Langue et communication. A. L'usage de l'article avec les

Parties du corps. laquo;Je ne suis pas tregrave;s belle.raquo; Le Franccedil;ais pratique: La toilette et les soins personnels Langue et communication. A. Les verbes reacute;fleacute;chis Info Magazine. Agrave; la reacute;sidence Bon Repos

Partie 2 Le Franccedil;ais pratique: La routine quotidienne Langue et communication. A. Le passeacute; composeacute; des verbes reacute;fleacute;chis Le Franccedil;ais pratique: La condition physique et les sentiments. Comment demander des nouvelles agrave; un(e) ami(e); Comment reacute;pondre; Comment deacute;crire quelqu'un Langue et communication. A. L'usage idiomatique des verbes reacute;fleacute;chis Lecture.Conte pour enfants de moins de trois ans (Ionesco) Interlude Culturel 1 Le monde des arts. La reacute;volution impressionniste; Claude Monet: le peintre de la lumiegrave;re; Apregrave;s l'impressionnisme; Le surreacute;alisme; Desnos:La fourmi; Preacute;vert:Pour faire le portrait d'un oiseau.L'art dans la rue Uniteacute; 2 Soyons utiles! Info Magazine. Les passe-temps actifs; Soyez bon pour les plantes; Ccedil;a, c'est la justice!

Partie 1 Le Franccedil;ais pratique: Les travaux domestiques Langue et communication. A. La formation du subjonctif (1); B. Comment exprimer une obligation personnelle: L'usage du subjonctif apregrave;sil faut que; C. La formation du subjonctif (2) Info Magazine. Le travail, ccedil;a paie!

Partie 2 Le Franccedil;ais pratique: Pour rendre service. Comment demander de l'aide; Comment accepter; Comment refuser ... et donner une excuse; Comment remercier ... et reacute;pondre agrave; quelqu'un qui vous remercie Langue et communication. A. Le subjonctif: formation irreacute;guliegrave;re; B. Le subjonctif apregrave;s certaines expressions impersonnelles; C. L'usage du subjonctif apregrave;s vouloir que Le Franccedil;ais pratique: Comment deacute;crire un objet Lecture.La Couverture (une fable meacute;dieacute;vale) Interlude Culturel 2 Les grands moments de l'histoire de France (Jusqu'en 1453). Les dates, les eacute;veacute;nements, les personnes; Asteacute;rix et sa bande; Roland, l'homme et la leacute;gende;La chanson de Roland; Quand les rois d'Angleterre eacute;taient franccedil;ais; Jeanne d'Arc agrave; Chinon Uniteacute; 3 Vive la nature! Info Magazine. Oui agrave; la nature!; Les eacute;co-museacute;es; Les sept commandements du campeur

Partie 1 Le Franccedil;ais pratique: Les vacances: Plaisirs et problegrave;mes Langue et communication. A. Reacute;vision: Le passeacute; composeacute;; B. Reacute;vision: L'imparfait; C. L'usage du passeacute; composeacute; et de l'imparfait Info Magazine. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, champion de l'eacute;cologie marine; L'Eacute;cologie agrave; la maison; Le soleil, notre bonne eacute;toile; J. Preacute;vert,

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