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French / Year 9 and 10 / Communicating / Translating

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Curriculum content descriptions

Create bilingual texts such as glossaries, footnotes or captions to interpret cultural aspects of texts

[Key concepts: representation, bilingualism, interpretation; Key processes: interpreting, explaining, comparing]

 (ACLFRC117)

Elaborations
  • providing bilingual captions for images of French or Australian scenes to explain cultural references, for example, bush, beach or city images
  • creating websites or printed guides for intending international students to French or Australian schools, highlighting key terms and expressions associated with traditions, curricula, schedules or routines
  • providing vocabulary lists and annotated cultural explanations for French-speaking visitors to events such as Australian sports days, swimming carnivals or family barbecues, explaining elements such as abbreviated language or team barracking
  • creating a shared website with a group of French-speaking students, and posting news items, comments and questions in both French and English
  • creating parallel bilingual captions for a display or exhibition, and comparing how meanings are conveyed in each language
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
ScOT terms

Bilingual texts,  French language,  Captions (Illustration),  Footnotes,  Glossaries

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Quirky comics: Catastrophe: level 1 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French about a day when everything goes wrong. Find out about a student's misadventures as she tries to get to school on time. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the vocabulary and sentence structures.

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Quirky comics: Aïe aïe aïe: level 1 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French about a student who tries to get help from a school nurse for her upset stomach. She is not alone! Find out how the nurse helps the students. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the vocabulary and sentence structures.

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Quirky comics: Catastrophe: level 2 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French about a day when everything goes wrong. Find out about a student's misadventures as she tries to get to school on time. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the vocabulary and sentence structures used in the story.

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Quirky comics: Rendez-vous mystérieux: level 1 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French of a boy who responds to a series of mysterious commands to go to different places and wear different disguises. Share his confusion until the end when a surprise is revealed. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the ...

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Quirky comics: Rendez-vous mystérieux: level 2 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French of a boy who responds to a series of mysterious commands to go to different places and wear different disguises. Share his confusion until the end when a surprise is revealed. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the ...

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Quirky comics: Aïe aïe aïe: level 2 [French]

Read and listen to a story in French about a student who tries to get help from a school nurse for her upset stomach. She is not alone! Find out how the nurse helps the students. Use the glossary tool if you are unsure of a word. Then try five activities to test your understanding of the vocabulary and sentence structures.

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Lost bag: baggage claim [French]

Fly to Paris. Decide what to do when your luggage goes missing. Watch another traveller talk with a local airline agent. Notice how the airline agent reacts to phrases, tone of voice, gestures and facial expressions. Choose the most culturally appropriate way of asking for help. This learning object is one in a series of ...

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Lost bag: hotel reception [French]

Arrive at a French hotel. Decide what to do when your luggage goes missing. Watch another traveller talk with a receptionist at the front desk. Notice how the hotel clerk reacts to phrases, tone of voice, gestures and facial expressions. Choose the most culturally appropriate way of asking for help. Use a polite greeting, ...