Unit 4 - Sports & Activities
This is the course outline for Unit 4. Click the following links for Unit vocabulary, grammar, games, and other links.
Unit 4 is all about sports and various activities. In this unit we will be studying the different sports, hobbies, and activities. We will also be asking and telling each other which sports or activities we like the most, how much we like to do them, and how often we play specific sports or do certain activities. We will also be integrating or combining sports/activities vocabulary with the four seasons and different weather conditions.
Allez, viens - Les Sports et Passe-temps - Watch this video to listen and learn more about the vocabulary for Unit 4.
Unit 4 Vocabulary
Often times schools in francophone countries do not offer extracurricular sports; however, serious athletes will participate in club sports/activities outside of school. Activities like swimming, tennis, volleyball, fencing, or skiing are often organized by parents and other volunteers in the community. Usually, recreation centers or Maisons des jeunes et de la culture or MJC will offer all sorts of social, cultural, and educational activities for young students.
Our cultural destination of this particular unit is Québec, one of the most vibrant and fascinating places in North America. Within the province of Québec, there is Québec City. Québec City is so unique in its blend of old and new. There is a unique combination of what is European and what is North American. There are often quaint neighborhoods with cafés and small shops with European flavor, but a vibrant, modern city with hotels, office buildings and major highways are all within just a short distance.
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