Core French 10 Course Overview
Listening and viewing with intent helps us begin to understand French.
Both verbal and non-verbal cues contribute meaning in language.
With simple French, we can describe ourselves and our interests.
Reciprocal communication in French is possible using high-frequency vocabulary and sentence structures.
Stories help us to acquire language.
Each culture has traditions and ways of celebrating.
In Core French 10 students will engage in spontaneous interactions using memorized vocabulary and structures. Students further develop descriptive skills and progress in linking and sequencing of narrative. They work with an increasing variety of French media and the Internet to locate information and complete various tasks. As their facility with French increases, students become able to provide more detailed oral, visual, and written responses. They are exposed to a range of French creative works, and they expand their knowledge of francophone customs and culture within the study of the language.
Where does this course fit?
- Pre-requisites: French 9
- Graduation Status: Elective for graduation
- Follow up courses: French 11
- The French 10 course is entirely online and a large portion of it is conducted within the program D’accord 1&2 by Vista Higher Learning (VHL) Central.
- The course requires the use of:
- USB Headset with microphone
- Minimum hardware/software computer requirements.
- Once the Start Up assignment has been successfully completed, student will be moved into the active class.
This is a 4-credit course which is based on a minimum of 120 hours of work. It is graded as follows:
D’accord 1 , 7B
D’accord 1, 8A
D’accord 1, 8B
D’accord 2, 1A
D’accord 2, 2A
Assessment Percentage Breakdown
Percentage of the Course
Start Up assignment
NOTE: If there is an unusual discrepancy between the assignment marks and test marks, VLN reserves the right to use only the test scores as a final evaluation for the course.
You have up to a year to complete your course.