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Deux mondes Print Book+Connect French Plus (Includes WBLM)

© 2013
by Tracy Terrell

7th Edition Active, In-Print 9780077648909 0077648900
Your students are changing. Technology is changing. The idea of the classroom is changing. Now, the way your students learn French is changing as well! In preparation for this edition of Deux mondes, we conducted extensive research, employing a wide array of research tools including surveys, focus groups, and ethnographic studies to identify the key goals and challenges of the Introductory French course. Not surprisingly, communication and cultural competence are top goals of the majority of instructors, while they are simultaneously faced with the challenges of fewer contact hours, budget cuts, and new course formats. Deux mondes, 7th edition, continues to offer a truly communicative approach that supports functional proficiency while responding to these changing needs in new and exciting ways. As a direct result of our research, we created Connect French (www.mhconnectfrench.com), a powerful online learning platform that includes the ebook, the online Cahier d?exercices, an audio/video chat tool, and a brand-new video filmed in Provence.
  • Enhanced by these powerful new digital tools, Deux mondes, 7th edition:
    • Engages students in authentic culture that inspires them to communicate with confidence by providing them with the natural contexts they need to develop their language skills
    • Provides tools for flexibility and easy online course administration
    • Achieves consistent results across face-to-face, hybrid, and online course formats

PREMIERE ETAPE

Premieres rencontres?1

Activites?2 La communication en classe?2 Qui est-ce? Les camarades de classe?3 Comment sont-ils? La description des personnes?4 Les vetements et les couleurs?5 Les nombres (0?34)?6 Rencontres?7 Grammaire et exercices?11 A.1?Giving instructions: Commands with vous?11 A.2?Identifying people: C?est? , je m?appelle?"12 A.3?Gender and articles?13 A.4?Describing people: Etre, subject pronouns, and ne? pas?15 A.5?Plural nouns and articles?17 A.6?Addressing others: Tu and vous?18

DEUXIEME ETAPE

Le monde etudiant?21

Activites et lecture?22 Qu?est-ce qu?il y a dans la salle de classe?"22 La date et l?alphabet?24 Les nombres de 40 a 100 et l?heure?25 Les cours?27 La description des autres?29 Les Francophones sur le vif Eloise Roux?31 Grammaire et exercices?34 B.1?Expressing existence: Il y a?34 B.2?Asking questions?35 B.3?Spelling in French: The French alphabet?36 B.4?Telling time: Quelle heure est-il?"37 B.5?Expressing possession: The verb avoir?39 B.6?Describing with adjectives: More on gender?40 B.7?Irregular plurals?42

CHAPITRE 1

Ma famille et moi?45

Activites et lectures?46 La famille?46 A propos? Familles en evolution?48 Gouts personnels?48 Origines et renseignements personnels?52 A propos? Qui sont les Francais?"54 La vie de famille?54 A vous de lire ?113 Grammaire et exercices?118 3.1?Saying where things are: Prepositions of location?118 3.2?Asking questions: Interrogative words?119 3.3?Verbs like prendre?121 3.4?Expressing necessity: Il faut and the verb devoir?122 3.5?Pointing things out: Demonstrative adjectives?124 3.6?Expressing quantities: Partitive articles?124 3.7?The verbs courir, sortir, and dormir?126

CHAPITRE?4

La maison et le quartier?129

Activites et lectures?130 Les pieces et les meubles?130 Le logement?133 A la rencontre des arts Une coincidence bizarre?135 Les taches et les loisirs?136 Les Francophones sur le vif Josette Mathieu?139 La vie de quartier?140 A propos? Vous habitez ou?"141 A vous de lire ?143 La langue en mouvement Les sigles?144 Grammaire et exercices?147 4.1?Describing: Placement of adjectives?147 4.2?Making comparisons?148 4.3?Regular -ir verbs?151 4.4?Regular -re verbs and mettre?152 4.5?Direct object pronouns?154 4.6?Talking about knowing: The verb connaitre?157 4.7?Describing states of being: Expressions with avoir?158

CHAPITRE?5

Dans le passe?161

Activites et lectures?162 La vie quotidienne?162 A propos? Toussaint-Louverture?165 Les experiences?165 La langue en mouvement Mots americains d?origine francaise?167 Le week-end et les loisirs?169 Faits personnels et historiques?172 A la rencontre des arts ?173 A vous de lire Les memoires de Jacques Cartier?175 Grammaire et exercices?179 5.1?Saying what you did: Passe compose with avoir?179 5.2?Irregular past participles?181 5.3?Saying what you did: Passe compose with etre?184 5.4?Passe compose of reflexive verbs?186 5.5?Negative expressions?187

CHAPITRE?6

L?enfance et la jeunesse?191

Activites et lectures?192 Les activites de l?enfance?192 La jeunesse?194 A la rencontre des arts Le griot de la World Music: Youssou N'Dour?196 La langue en mouvement Le francais quebecois?197 Les rapports avec les autres?197 Souvenirs et evenements du passe?201 A propos? Carnavals d'Amerique?203 A vous de lire ?204 Grammaire et exercices?208 6.1?Saying what you used to do: The imperfect?208 6.2?The verbs dire, lire, and ecrire?211 6.3?Describing past states: More on the imperfect?212 6.4?Linking ideas: Relative pronouns?212 6.5?Indirect object pronouns?214 6.6?Idiomatic reflexive verbs?216 6.7?The verbs voir and croire?217 6.8?Different perspectives on the past: Summary of passe compose and imperfect?218

CHAPITRE?7

A table!?221

Activites et lectures?222 Les aliments et les boissons?222 On fait les provisions?226 Les Francophones sur le vif Xavier Roy?228 L?art de la cuisine?229 A propos? Une specialite culinaire du Maghreb: le tajine d'agneau?232 La langue en mouvement Emprunts de la gastronomie?232 Au restaurant?233 A propos? Le repas gastronomique francais immortalise?235 A vous de lire ?237 Grammaire et exercices?242 7.1?Review of articles?242 7.2?The verb boire?244 7.3?Expressing quantities: The pronoun en?245 7.4?Expressing all and everything: Using tout?246 7.5?More on asking questions: Qui, que, quoi?247 7.6?Ongoing actions: Etre en train de?249 7.7?Ordering events: Avant, apres?250

CHAPITRE?8

Parlons de la Terre!?253

Activites et lectures?254 En France et ailleurs?254 A propos? La France dans sa diversite?255 La geographie et le climat?258 Questions ecologiques?261 A la rencontre des arts La Terre vue du Ciel?264 La langue en mouvement Mots raccourcis?265 Les Francophones sur le vif Anabel Brujes?266 A vous de lire ?267 Grammaire et exercices?271 8.1?Expressing location, destination, and origin: Prepositions + place names?271 8.2?The verb vivre?272 8.3?Review of direct and indirect objects: More on object pronouns?273 8.4?Expressing should: More on devoir?275 8.5?What was going on: More on the imperfect?276

CHAPITRE?9

L?enseignement, les carrieres et l?avenir?279

Activites et lectures?280 L?enseignement et la formation professionnelle?280 A propos? Passe ton bac d?abord!?284 Le travail et les metiers?285 La langue en mouvement La feminisation des noms de metier?287 Les Francophones sur le vif Flavien Puig?289 L?avenir?290 A propos? Le foulard islamique a l?ecole?293 A vous de lire ?294 Grammaire et exercices?299 9.1?Other uses of y: J?y pense?299 9.2?Emphatic pronouns?299 9.3?Identifying and describing: C?est vs. il/elle est?301 9.4?Saying what you?ve been doing: Present tense + depuis?302 9.5?Saying what you will do: The future tense?303

CHAPITRE?10

Les voyages?307

Activites et lectures?308 Voyages a l?etranger?308 A la rencontre des arts Le train et les artistes?311 En voiture!?312 Comment se debrouiller?315 A propos? Se loger en voyage?317 Les achats, les produits et les matieres?318 La langue en mouvement Le francais dans le monde?320 A vous de lire ?321 Grammaire et exercices?326 10.1?Expressing obligation: Il faut que + subjunctive?326 10.2?More about the subjunctive: Irregular-stem verbs?328 10.3?Verbs for traveling: Conduire and suivre?330 10.4?Double object pronouns?332 10.5?Expressing extremes: The superlative?333 10.6?Making distinctions: Lequel and celui?335

CHAPITRE?11

Les moyens de communication?339

Activites et lectures?340 Mon electronique?340 La langue en mouvement Le langage SMS?342 A propos? La France high-tech?344 On se distrait, on s?informe?344 A propos? L'amour en texto?346 Les pieges de l?inforoute?348 A vous de lire ?352 Grammaire et exercices?357 11.1?Saying what you would do: The conditional?357 11.2?The relative pronoun dont?359 11.3?More on relative pronouns: Ce qui, ce que, ce dont?360 11.4?Giving orders: Commands with pronouns?361 11.5?Talking about hypothetical situations: More on the imperfect?364

CHAPITRE?12

La sante et les urgences?365

Activites et lectures?366 La sante et le bien-etre?366 La langue en mouvement Le latin: Lien entre le francais et l?anglais?367 Les maladies et les traitements?370 A propos? Vivre bien, vivre bio?371 Les Francophones sur le vif Anne-Claire Allard?373 A propos? Le Vaudou?374 Les accidents et les urgences?375 A vous de lire [extrait]?378 Grammaire et exercices?383 12.1?Saying what you want others to do: More on the subjunctive?383 12.2?Changes of state: Passe compose vs. imperfect?385 12.3?The present participle?386 12.4?Expressing events in the recent past: Venir de + infinitive?387 12.5?Narrating in the past tense: Passe compose vs. imperfect?387

CHAPITRE?13

La famille et les valeurs en societe?389

Activites et lectures?390 L?amour, l?amitie et la famille?390 Les Francophones sur le vif Jerome Dubois?393 La vie de famille?394 A propos? Au pays ou MacDo est roi?398 Valeurs et decisions?398 La langue en mouvement Le verlan?400 A propos? L?exclusion et la solidarite?401 A vous de lire ?403 Grammaire et exercices?408 13.1?Reciprocal actions: More on reflexive pronouns?408 13.2?Describing actions: Adverbs?409 13.3?Expressing feelings: More on the subjunctive?410 13.4?A past in the past: The plus-que-parfait?412 13.5?More on expressing possession: Possessive pronouns?413

CHAPITRE?14

Les enjeux du present et de l?avenir?415

Activites et lectures?416 L?integration sociale?416 A propos? Le a commence en Tunisie?419 L?heritage du passe?420 La langue en mouvement Le francais en Louisiane?422 A propos? Femmes en vue ?424 Les enjeux du XXIe siecle?424 A vous de lire ?427 Grammaire et exercices?432 14.1?Should have: The past conditional of devoir?432 14.2?Saying what you would have done: The past conditional?432 14.3?Conjunctions: More on the subjunctive?434 14.4?Expressing doubt and uncertainty: More on the subjunctive?435 Appendix A:?Verbs ending in -er with spelling changes?A-1 Appendix B:?Verb + verb constructions?A-2 Appendix C:?Conjugations of regular and irregular verbs?A-3 Appendix D:?Answers to grammar exercises?A-11 Lexique:?Vocabulaire francais?anglais?V-1 Index:?I-1
New to this Edition

Deux mondes emphasizes communication in meaningful contexts in the target language. Throughout the program, students listen to and read comprehensible French and have ample opportunities to use French in autograph, interview, information gap, role-play, writing, and other personalized activities that are theme-based, not grammar driven. Regardless of course format, in Connect French, students can also take advantage of the audio and video live chat tool to communicate with their classmates online. Each chapter includes two chat activities: one proficiency-based A vous de parler sur Internet activity that can be used as an end-of-chapter assessment and a second one that utilizes French and Francophone websites as a basis for the students? conversations.

Les Francophones sur le vif readings and related video segments feature contextualized interviews with various native speakers. The participants are "real? French people, not actors, who allowed us to film their daily routines and talk to us in their own words about themselves. The unscripted, documentary style of the videos enables students to become comfortable with authentic language beyond their level of linguistic mastery. Cultural readings called A propos... develop such themes as French and Francophone geography, history, and society and present various perspectives on French-speaking cultures. A short reading feature called A la rencontre des arts, shows French and Francophone contributions to the arts. The Dans le monde francophone activities offer communicative practice. In the Cahier d?exercices, the integration of the Le Chemin du retour film introduces another source of authentic language and culture. Activities and film available in Connect French.

Chapter themes and activities encourage students to link their study of French with their personal lives and other subjects they are studying.

Recurring features such as the updated La langue en mouvement, the new A propos... readings, as well as the Dans le monde francophone activities, lead students to make comparisons between their world and that of French-speaking people.

In Connect French, many of the A vous de parler sur Internet activities have students research "real world? topics as the weather in a Francophone city, tourist sites in Paris, or an online French grocery store in preparation for a live chat with a classmate.

The Deux mondes program now provides the online tools to reduce the amount of time and energy that instructors have to invest in administering their course. For instance: " Assignment Builder: When creating assignments, instructors can easily sort according to a variety of parameters that are important to their course in particular, such as skill, grammar structure, and vocabulary theme to be taught; time on task; activity type; and so on. " Connect French Reports: Instructors are able to pull administrative reports about student performance and coordinators are able to integrate these reports across sections to see the performance of all students in their program.

More departments are looking for ways to offer language instruction via hybrid or online sections. Deux mondes is uniquely designed to provide consistent outcomes no matter which of these formats is used. It provides: " Activities: Regardless of whether your section is taught online or face to face, all content is directly tied to course learning objectives to ensure consistency across the program. " Digital offerings: With Connect French, students have central access to the eBook, the online Cahier d?exercices, the Audio Program, Les Francophones sur le vif video and activities, and the Le Chemin du retour film. This gives them with ample opportunity to engage at any time, in any place, with the rich cultural content of the program, regardless of the course format. " Grammar Tutorials: 17 grammar tutorials feature a digital professor who explains key structures that students typically struggle with in the Intro French course. Each tutorial is followed by a brief assessment.

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