Conversations & Interpersonal Communication, French Fourth Year, French Third Year

Impressionism: Degas Conversation

Building off of Madame Shepard’s Impressionism Unit, (see her first unit here, her post-impressionists update here, and her most recent version here).

She uses images she’s gathered throughout her career to build her conversation manipulatives in class. I have some, but not near enough to build the conversation manipulatives.

Here’s my contribution using Degas. Note: you can download and manipulate the files from my dropbox by clicking the “Download” button in the upper right hand corner.

 

Introduction

You will have a conversation where you describe different artwork by Edgar Degas.

Objectives

I can…

  • describe what I see
  • use information to negotiate meaning

Leçon

Make a copy of the table to work through while you discuss.

Look at either Partenaire A or Partenaire B and your partner will look at the opposite. (Note: I made the images clickable so you can view them larger, simply click on the image to enlarge in a new tab)

Activité 1

  1. Take turns describing your pictures.
  2. The numbers on the form represent your copy. Fill in the table below with your partner’s  number that corresponds to your number

Activité 2

  1. Take turns describing your pictures.
  2. The numbers on the form represent your copy. Fill in the table below with your partner’s  number that corresponds to your number.

Activité 3

  1. Discuss your pictures in order to decide if each one is the same (même) or different (différent).
  2. Fill in the table on your google doc with either an “M” (même) or “D” (différent).

 

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