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REPUBLIQUE DU SENEGAL Un Peuple – Un But – Une Foi ********** Ministère de l’Education

REPUBLIQUE DU SENEGAL

Un Peuple Un But Une Foi

********** Ministère de l’Education Nationale ********** Inspection d’Académie de Kaffrine ********** CRFPE DE KAFFRINE **********

Téléphone : 776541971/705601599

: prf.kaff@yahoo.fr Téléphone : 776541971/705601599 PROGRESSIONS HARMONISEES EN CLASSE DE TROISIEME FRANÇAIS

PROGRESSIONS HARMONISEES EN CLASSE DE TROISIEME

FRANÇAIS

PERIODE

GRAMMAIRE

CONJUGAISON

ORTHOGRAPHE

VOCABULAIRE

ETUDE DE TEXTES/ŒUVRES

EXPRESSION

ECRITE

Octobre-

Révisions :

Révision Valeur et emplois des temps Indicatif Subjonctif Impératif

Accord simple du participe passé Accord du participe passé suivi de l’infinitif Accord du participe passé des verbes pronominaux

Dérivation

Typologie des textes Narratif Descriptif

1 fiche de lecture 2production de textes Narratif descriptif

novembre

Classe

Homonymes

grammaticale

synonymes

des mots

Paronymes

 

Les accents

antonymes

 

La ponctuation

Une si longue lettre de Mariama BA

La

Conditionnel

pronominalisatio

 

n

 

La mise en relief

Le groupe

fonctionnel

 

EVALUATION INTEGREE A LA DICTEE OU LA TSQ

 
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Novembre-

Rappel : verbes transitifs et intransitifs Les voix et tournures Le passif La forme pronominale La tournure impersonnelle

Tous les modes personnels (morphologie)

Pluriel des noms Noms composés Accord des adjectifs de couleur Accord du verbe avec son sujet

Le champ lexical Le champ sémantique Connotation dénotation

 

Exercice de production (entrainement à la dissertation en insistant sur les étapes ; production par palier)

décembre

Typologie des textes (suite) Argumentatif Une si longue lettre de Mariama Ba

 

EVALUATION INTEGREE A LA DICTEE OU LA TSQ

 
 

Rappel :

Autres modes

Séances

Etude de quelque

A de Saint Exupéry Texte argumentatif

Les écrits sociaux Le rapport Le CV La demande d’emplois La lettre de motivation

Fin janvier-

Phrase simple, phrase complexe Juxtaposition coordination, subordination Infinitifs et participiales Relative Complétive par QUE Proposition Interrogative indirecte Les types de discours La subordonnée infinitive, la subordonnée participiale

fin mars

hebdomadaires de dictées

figures de style Comparaison Métaphore personnification

 
 

EVALUATION INTEGREE A LA DICTEE OU LA TSQ

 
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Avril-fin mai

L’expression du temps L’expression de la cause et de conséquence L’expression du but L’expression de l’opposition L’expression de le condition L’expression de la comparaison La versification

Concordance des temps

Séances hebdomadaires de dictées

Etude de quelque figures de style (suite) Ironie Chiasme Anaphore emphase

Vol de nuit A Saint Exupéry

Production de

textes

   

Argumentatif

 

La dissertation

 

EVALUATION

 

Récitation : cette activité est à évaluer systématiquement si l’on veut la valoriser. Cependant, les moments d’évaluations peuvent être laissés à l’appréciation du professeur. Supports : extraits de tirades, chanson, musique

Méthodologie :

Travailler à la maitrise de la dramatisation des textes.

Choisir des textes motivants pour les élèves (environnement + âge). Initier les élèves à l’écriture poétique (en rapport avec les travaux d’expression

écrite). Initier à la diversité des styles, des tons, des genres de textes. Travailler la dicton, faire de la phonétique corrective

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ANGLAIS

4 ème
4
ème

Les points ci-dessous doivent obligatoirement être couverts avant la fin du PREMIER SEMESTRE en classe de 4eme PREMIER QUART TEMPS :( OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

1/ PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION - Name, first name, surname, terms of address, address, nationality, country of origin, telephone number, date and place of birth, age, sex, religion, ethnic group, likes, dislikes, character, temperament, disposition

1/ Listening and Speaking

1)Pupils will learn to

 

1)

All verb tenses

1)Discriminating sounds in connected speech :

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

Socialize

   

-

Make introductions exple : This is, May I introduce you to, I’d like

2)

Either /or

-Vowels, consonants, diphthongs

neither

/ nor

-

Strong and weak forms

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

you to meet, how do you do? )

 

-Neutralization of weak forms

-

3)

I wish You …

-

Greet people formally/informally

 

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

1

-

4)

The imperative

   

-Family: relationships, profession, occupation, members of the family

-

Use expressions of welcome and leave taking

-

Attract someone's attention

Interrupt another

 
 

speaker politely,

ask

- relations, visits to families /friends/strangers

someone to repeat something

 
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4

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

2/ CITY LIFE

1/ Listening and Speaking

2)Pupils will learn to

 

1)

Question tags

2/ Articulating sounds in isolate words forms:

- Public notices

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

Impart

and

Seek

Factual

 

- Places: Government buildings, Squares, Entertainment and places of entertainment:

Information

 

2)

Comparatives.

 

- Describe places, people, size, daily routines, physical characteristics of things, impressions

 

-Long and short vowels

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English

3)

Double

-Consonants

cinemas, stadiums, theaters, etc.

comparatives:

Expl. He grows fatter and fatter

-Consonant clusters - Diphthongs

- Public Services: Post- Office, Police Station, petrol station, museums, galleries, exhibitions, harbor, book shops, bus station, railway station, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, markets, shops, banks, supermarkets,

2/ Reading

 

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

- Ask, talk about the past, and make arrangements

- Explain, define, illustrate, classify.

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

3/ VILLAGE LIFE

1/ Listening and Speaking

3)Pupils will learn to

 

3)Discriminating sounds in connected speech :

- Crafts, occupations

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

Express and Find out Moral Attitudes

1)

Nouns countables and uncountables

- Cattle breeding and Crops

- Apologizing

2)

Reported

- Strong and weak forms

 

- Expressing approval

commands:

-Neutralization of weak

5
5

Fishing

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

- read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

- Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

exples: he asks me not

to…. The teacher told me to….

forms

-

- Expressing appreciation, indifference, regret, preference

3)

negative sentences with not, never, no, nothing

-Reduction of unstressed vowels

PREMIER DEVOIR DU PREMIER SEMESTRE (DECEMBRE)

DEUXIEME QUART TEMPS : (JANVIER- FEVRIER)

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6

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

 

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

 

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

4 / TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION

1/ Listening and Speaking

-Granting/asking for forgiveness

 

1)Interrogative

   

4)Articulation sounds in connected speech:

sentences

( Yes , No

 

listen and understand

 

questions and WH questions)

 

-Strong and weak forms

- Communications

 

comparatively more complex everyday

-Expressing disapproval

-Reduction

of

unstressed

 

vowels

- Stories of Imagination

English

 

2)Pronoun reference

   

speak fairly effectively to native speakers

 

- Tourism: Holiday camps, national sites, transportation

using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

 

3) Adverbs

 

-Rising tone with Yes/No interrogative clauses

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

4) If clauses: first conditional (If I have I will…)

-Falling tone with WH- questions

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

   
 

DEUXIEME DEVOIR DU PREMIER SEMESTRE: ( JANVIER) COMPOSITION DU PREMIER SEMESTRE : (DU1 ER FEVRIER AU 15 FEVRIER)

 
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Les points ci-dessous doivent obligatoirement être couverts avant la fin du SECOND SEMESTRE en classe de 4ème

TROISIEME QUART TEMPS : ( MARS AVRIL)

 

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

5/ CAREERS AND EMPLOYMENT

1/ Listening and Speaking

4)Get things done (Suasion)

 

5/ Discriminating Stress Patterns within words

listen and understand

1)Modals

-

Crafts, jobs, trades, professions, occupations, means of finding employment, behavior pattern in various situations

comparatively more complex everyday English

- Requesting others to do

something-

2)Make +NP + base(

- Warning others to take

inf)

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

care/refrain from doing something

 

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of

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pronunciation

6/ CULTURAL

1/ Listening and Speaking

 

3)Get+NP+ to + base

6/ Articulating stress pattern within words

HERITAGE

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

 

-Suggesting a course of action including the speaker EX:-Should we… ? -What about doing…?

4)If clause second conditional ( If I had I would , if I could/ I would)

speak fairly effectively to native speakers

 

-

Cult, religion (Church, mosque),

using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

 

-Why not do….?

traditional religions

- Beliefs, customs, ceremonies

   

-Instructing/directing

others

to

 

-

read and understand comparatively

   

simple authentic texts

3/ Writing

 

do something

Offering/Requesting

 
 

Write fairly longer pieces of composition

-

- Arts, holidays, festivals

-

assistance

 

(narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .)

 
 

PREMIER DEVOIR DU SECOND SEMESTRE : (AVRIL)

 

QUATRIEME QUART TEMPS : ( MAI JUIN)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

 

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

7/

1/ Listening and Speaking

5)

Express

and

Find

Out

Emotional

1)Reported speech simple forms

7)Manipulating variation in stress in connected speech

EDUCATION

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

attitudes

 

a) Traditional

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English

-

Express and Inquire about:

     

Education

a. likes and dislikes

- Community

2/ Reading

b. Pleasure/ displeasure,

life

 

c. Satisfaction/dissatisfaction

- Solidarity

- Age groups

- Respect to

-

read and understand comparatively simple

authentic texts

3/ Writing

 

elders

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition

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-

Initiation

(narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in

- Moral Values,

various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads).

 

Ethics

b) Modern

 

Education

- School system

-

Subjects

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

8) HEALTH

1/ Listening and Speaking

6 )Express and Find

2) Reported speech other forms

8)Producing Intonation Patterns

listen and understand

Intellectual attitudes

a. Malaria

 

comparatively more complex everyday

- Argument (Exchange of information and views):

3)Passive voice

-Rising tone with declarative/moodless clauses -Rising tone with imperative clauses -Rising tone with Yes/No interrogative clauses

b. TB

English

speak fairly effectively to native speakers

asking for/giving and responding to views and information

c. Cholera

using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

- Agreement

- Disagreement:

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

 

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories,

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10

articles, essays, ads .

DEUXIEME DEVOIR DU SECOND SEMESTRE :(MAI)

COMPOSITION DU SECOND SEMESTRE : (JUIN)

3ème
3ème

Les points ci-dessous doivent obligatoirement être couverts avant la fin du PREMIER SEMESTRE en classe de 3ème PREMIER QUART TEMPS:(OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

1/

1/ Listening and Speaking

1)Pupilwill learn to Socialize

All tenses and forms

1)Discriminating sounds in connected speech :

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION Name, first name, surname, terms of address, address, nationality, country of origin, telephone number, date and place of birth, age, sex, religion, ethnic group, likes, dislikes, character, temperament, disposition Family: relationships, profession, occupation, members of the family House and Home: Types of accommodation, rooms, furniture, bedclothes, rent, services, amenities, region,

-

Use expressions of

listen and understand comparatively more

welcome and leave taking

"Wh" questions

-Vowels, consonants

 

yes-no questions,

diphthongs

 

complex everyday English

-Attract someone's attention -Interrupt another speaker

question tags

-

Strong

and

weak

adverbs

forms -Neutralization of weak forms

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

politely, ask someone to repeat something -change an embarrassing subject (3è)

-

read and understand

 

comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

Write fairly longer pieces of

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flora and fauna, food and drinks, relations, visits to families/friends/strangers

composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories,

   

articles, essays, ads

.

TOPIC

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

2/ CITY LIFE Public notices Places: Government buildings, Squares, Entertainment and places of entertainment:

cinemas, stadiums, theaters, etc.

1/ Listening and Speaking

2)Impart and Seek Factual Information

Comparatives

2/ Articulating sounds

Comparing two elements : the taller of the two, the former the latter,

irregular comparatives

in isolate words forms:

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

- make assumptions, draw conclusions -make similarities & differences (3è)

-Long and short vowels

-Consonants

-Describe places, people, size, daily routines

 

so + Aux + subj./ also/ too/ as well, not… either, neither / nor

such as, same as,

-Connant clusters

Public Services: Post-Office, Police Station, petrol station, museums, galleries, exhibitions, harbor, book - shops, bus station, railway station, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, markets, shops, banks, supermarkets,

-Suggesting a course of action including the speaker

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

 

-express wishes (3è) -congratulate

like, similar to, unlike, likewise.

The + comparative + the + comparative

superlatives

Environmental problems:

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories,

pollution, urbanization (slums, slum clearance schemes, delinquency, transportation, prostitution, etc.)

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articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .

articles, essays, ads

.

articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .
articles, essays, ads .

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

3/ VILLAGE LIFE

1/ Listening and Speaking

3)Express and Find

Pronoun reference Quantifiers ( countable and uncountable nouns)

3)Discriminating sounds in connected speech :

Crafts, occupations

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

Intellectual attitudes -Agreement -Disagreement -Expressing/Inquiring about

possibility/impossibility -likes and dislikes

-change an embarrassing subject (3è)

Cattle breeding and Crops

 

Fishing

 

- Strong and weak forms

Environmental Problems:

floods, drought, desertification, soil erosion, soil preservation, irrigation

Weather, seasons, climate

-Neutralization of weak forms

Migration, Rural exodus-

 

Free and Leisure Time

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

 

-Reduction of unstressed vowels

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters,

stories, articles, essays,

ads

.

 

PREMIER DEVOIR PREMIER SEMERSTRE : (DECEMBRE)

 
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DEUXIEME QUART TEMPS: (JANVIER- FEVRIER)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

 

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

4/ TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION

1/ Listening and Speaking

4)Express and Find Out Emotional attitudes

If clauses ( all forms)

4)Articulating sound in

For since ago.

connected speech:

 

listen and understand

-Expressing/Inquiring about possibility/impossibility -Pleasure/ displeasure, -Satisfaction/dissatisfaction

-Strong and weak forms -Reduction of unstressed vowels

- Communications

comparatively more

- Mass-media

complex everyday

- Stories of Imagination

English

prepositions :

 

- Tourism: holiday camps, national sites, transportation

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

 

-time -position -adjective + preposition -verb + preposition Ex: look for, climb up, prevent from

-Rising tone with Yes/No interrogative clauses

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

.

imperative

. emphatic form

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .

 
 

DEUXIEME DEVOIR DU PREMIER SEMESTRE: (JANVIER)

 
 

COMPOSITION DU PREMIER SEMESTRE: (FEVRIER)

 
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Les points ci-dessous doivent obligatoirement être couverts avant la fin du SECOND SEMESTRE en classe de 3ème

TROISIEME QUART TEMPS : (MARS-AVRIL)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

5/ CAREERS ANDEMPLOYMENT

1/ Listening and Speaking

Express and Find

Passive

5)Discriminating Stress Patterns within words

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

Intellectual attitudes

 

- Concession

Linking words (but, and,so,because, although, despite, however, provided, etc)

Imperative emphatic forms

 

- Crafts, jobs, trades, professions, occupations, means of finding employment, behavior pattern in various situations

- Argument (Exchange of information and views):

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English

asking for/giving and responding to views and information

- Capability/Incapability

- Interviews, letter writing

2/ Reading

- Making suggestions

 

Reading/writing ads interpreting charts,

-

 

- Offering/Requesting assistance

-

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters,

diagrams, tables, graphs

 
 

stories, articles, essays,

ads

.

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

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6/ CULTURAL

1/ Listening and Speaking

- Permission/Prohibition

 

-

Wish regrets

6)Articulating stress pattern within words

HERITAGE

- Expressing/Inquiring

Exples

 

listen and understand comparatively more

about obligation / necessity

I wish I were

   

-Cult, religion (church, mosque), animism -Beliefs, customs, ceremonies -Moral values, ethics -Arts, holidays, festivals -Heroes and history

I wish I had been,

 
 

complex everyday English

- Gratitude,sympathy, want, desire,

 

I wish I would

 

- Used to would

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

- Disappointment, surprise, hostility, reassurance, willingness, intention

- modals (need)

 
 

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

 

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters, stories, articles, essays, ads .

 

PREMIER DEVOIR DU SECOND SEMESTRE: (AVRIL)

 

QUATRIEME QUART TEMPS: (MAI-JUIN)

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

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7/ EDUCATION

 

1/ Listening and Speaking

2. Express and Find out Moral Attitudes

- Would rather

7)Manipulating variation in stress in connected

a)

Traditional Education

 

listen and understand comparatively more complex everyday English

-

Community life

 

- had better

speech

-

Solidarity

- Apologizing

-

Age groups

- Granting/asking for forgiveness

- reported speech

-

Respect to elders

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English

-

Initiation

- Expressing approval

- indirect commands ( to say, to tell, to ask.)

-

Moral Values, Ethics

 

- disapproval

b)

Modern Education

- Expressing appreciation, indifference, regret, preference

 

-

School system

2/ Reading

-

Subjects

-

Qualifications

-

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts

 

-

Job opportunities

-

Educational Problems .

 

3/ Writing

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters,

stories, articles, essays,

ads

.

TOPICS

SKILLS Pupils will be able to

FUNCTIONS/NOTIONS

GRAMMAR Pupils will learn these grammar points

PHONOLOGY Pupils will be introduced to these aspects of pronunciation

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8/ HEALTH

1/ Listening and Speaking

- Expressing/Inquiring

- Word formation

8) Producing Intonation

listen and understand comparatively more

 

about

- Use of gerunds

Patterns

- Malaria

possibility/impossibility

- TB

complex everyday English

- Hope,

fear

or

worry,

-Rising tone with declarative/moodless clauses

- AIDS

 

preference

 

- Cholera

speak fairly effectively to native speakers using formal or informal English 2/ Reading

- Requesting others to do

 

something-

 

Rising tone with Imperative clauses -Falling tone with Yes/No interrogative clauses

-

- Warning others to take care/refrain from doing something

 

- Instructing/directing

 

read and understand comparatively simple authentic texts 3/ Writing

-

 

others to do something

-

Write fairly longer pieces of composition (narrative, descriptive, argumentative) in various formats (letters,

 

stories, articles, essays,

ads

.

DEUXIEME DEVOIR SECOND SEMESTRE: (MAI)

EVALUATIONS STANDARDISEES : (JUIN)

QUELQUES REMARQUES

En 4 ème , 3ème les modifications concernent le deuxième quart temps. Il est composé d’un seul topic car étant jugé plus court que les autres quart temps.

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I/ Présentation du document :

ESPAGNOL

1 CONTENUS THEMATIQUES : Recuerda Ser Joven Por España Por Africa - Por América Fiestas y Tradiciones Hablando del Futuro Por el Mundo.( T = 08) 2- TEXTES CHOISIS: Encuentro en un gran mercado Son n°6 Pícaros Tienes razón Las Comunidades autónomas Un rey para el siglo XXI Mestiza soy Segundo el niño solitario Lengua oficial y lengua materna Tres tantos a dos Traoré Dikate Un Consejero de Sanidad habla con un joven - ¿Qué futuro tendrán? - ¿Cómo aprovechar bien las clases? La era del móvil . 3-Nombre de textes par mois + étude des Contenus grammaticaux et de Conjugaison

NOVEMBRE: 2 textes

Thème : RECUERDA Por América *Texte 1 : Encuentro en un gran mercado, p06 Contenus grammaticaux: estilo directo- estilo indirecto ( estudio simple) / los interrogativos / Ser y Estar / la numeración / el superlativo / ir a + infinitivo. Conjugaison: presente de indicativo *Texte 2: Son n°6 , p 54 Contenus grammaticaux : los posesivos / la formación del gerundio / ir + gerundio / estar + gerundio / la diptongación. Conjugaison : el presente de subjuntivo ( subir)

DECEMBRE : 2 textes

Thèmes: Recuerda Ser joven hoy *Texte 1:Pícaros, p 10 Contenus grammaticaux: querer que + subjuntivo / Quizás + subjuntivo / tener que + infinitivo ( repaso) Conjugaison: el imperativo positivo ( repaso) / presente de indicativo de decir ( repaso) *Texte2: Tienes razón, p 20 Contenus grammaticaux: la defensa / empleo de ninguno / la restricción (no … más que) / estar + gerundio (duración) / el futuro hipotético / soler + infinitivo / empleo de mientras. Conjugaison: el futuro / el condicional / el pretérito imperfecto

JANVIER: 2 textes

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Thèmes: Por España *Texte 1: Las Comunidades autónomas, p 28 Contenus grammaticaux: ser de / empleo de sólo / uso de nunca. Conjugaison: el pretérito indefinido / el pretérito perfecto *Texte 2: Un rey para el siglo XXI, p 30 Contenus grammaticaux: estar + participio / empleo de gustar / los relativos. Conjugaison: el pretérito fuerte

FEVRIER: 2textes

Thèmes: Por América Ser joven hoy

*Texte 1: Mestiza soy, p 55 Contenus grammaticaux: para + subjuntivo / el participio regular / empleo de Tampoco Conjugaison: Repaso *Texte 2 : Segundo el niño solitario, p 25

Contenus grammaticaux: el imperativo

(forma enclítica) / el gerundio + forma enclítica /

formación de los adverbios de manera / el imperfecto de

subjuntivo / el pretérito imperfecto de indicativo( irregular) Conjugaison: Repaso

MARS : 2 textes

Thèmes: Por Africa *Texte 1: Lengua oficial y lengua materna, p 40 Contenus grammaticaux: el superlativo relativo / la Concordancia de tiempos / Empleo de creer que, pensar que + indicativo / su forma negativa + subjuntivo Conjugaison: Repaso del Imperfecto de subjuntivo y del Condicional

NB: Profundizar el estilo indirecto dando muchos ejercicios e insistir sobre la concordancia de tiempos. *Texte 2: Tres tantos a dos, p 46 Contenus grammaticaux: uso de ni siquiera / la frase exclamativa / em pleo de nadie /verbos de sentimiento + subjuntivo /traducción de “ on “ / para que + subjuntivo. Conjugaison: el presente de subjuntivo / el pretérito perfecto.

AVRIL= 2 textes

Thèmes: Fiestas y Tradiciones *Texte 1: Traoré, p 78

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Contenus grammaticaux : La Concordancia de tiempos ( repaso) / los Ordinales / las conjunciones . Conjugaison: el Pluscuamperfecto de indicativo *Texte 2: Dikate, p 78 Contenus grammaticaux: el condicional perfecto de subjuntivo / la repetición / los demostrativos. Conjugaison: el pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo.

MAI= 2 textes

Thèmes : Por el mundo Hablando del futuro *Texte 1: Un Consejero de Sanidad habla con un joven, p 96 Contenus grammaticaux: La expresión del subjuntivo ( es esencial que + subjuntivo)/ empleo de no sólo ….sino también / el Imperativo( repaso). Conjugaison: Subjuntivo de verbos en Ecer, Ocer, Ucir + repaso del presente de indicativo *Texte 2: ¿ Qué futuro tendrán?, p 95 Contenus grammaticaux: aunque + indicativo aunque + subjuntivo Conjugaison: Repaso.

JUIN= 2 textes

Thèmes: Hablando del futuro Por el mundo *Texte 1: ¿Cómo aprovechar bien las clases?, p 86 Contenus grammaticaux: empleo de mientras ( repaso) / Como si + Imperfecto de subjuntivo/ la Obligación impersonal (es necesario + infinitivo) . Conjugaison: Repaso *Texte2: La era del móvil, p 98

Contenus grammaticaux: Los diminutivos en illa / Traducción de C’est (moi, toi, lui…

Conjugaison : Repaso NB.L’étude des textes étant prévue dès le mois d’octobre, en clase de 3 ème , et vu la longueur qu’ils présentent, il est recommandé aux collègues un minimum de deux (02) textes par mois malgré l’élimination de l’épreuve orale de la LV2 au second tour du BFEM où un nombre de 10 était exigé avant la réforme.

)/uso

de Conmigo, Contigo, Consigo / y ante i = e

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ARABE
ARABE

3يدادعلاا عبارلا فصلل يرهشلاو يونسلا عيزوتلا دعاوقلاو ةءارقلا

ةظحلاملا

 

تاـعوضوــــــــمـلا

 

روهـشلا

عبارلا ررقم يف ءدبلا لبق يدادــعلإا

 

يدادعلإا ثلاثلا فصلا سورد مهلأ ةماع ةعجارم ـ

 

ربوتــكأ

ةيح ةغل ةيبرعلا باتك نم

رــشــع عباسلا ـ رـشـع سداسلا سردلا ـ هب لوعفملا – لــعافلا - لعفلا - يضاملاو عراضملا يف حيحصلا يثلاثلا لعفلا فيرصت ةعجارم -

ربمفوــن

   

رشـع نماثلا سردـــلا ـ هعاونأو لـتعملا لعفلا -– لعافلا مسا - اهتباتكو ةزمهلا -

 

ربمســيد

 

رشـع عساتلا سردــلا ـ ) دجو – لصو ( عراضملاو يضاملا يف لاثملا لعفلا فيرصت - )ىكش – اعد– ىكب ( صقانلا لعفلا فيرصت - فرصلا نم عونمملا–

رـــيانــي

   

نورشعلا سردـلا ـ ) ام – سيل – لا( ـب يفنلا - سيلو ناك – اهتاوخأو نإ -

 

رياربــف

 

نورشعلاو يناثلا - نورشعلاو يداحلا سردلا ىنثملا – تعنلا – فرظلا - عراضملا يفو يضاملا يف ) مان – عاب – لاق ( فوجلأا لعفلا فيرصت

سراــم

   

نورشعلاو عبارلا سردلا -

نورشـــعلاو ثلاثلا سردلا ـ

لـيرــبأ

يف) سم – مش ( فعضملا لعفلا فيرصت – ريسكتلا عمجو ملاسلا عمج – هعاونأب عمجلا - عراضملاو يضاملا

 

نورشـعلاو سماخلا سردلا ـ 05 ىلإ 11 نم دداعلأا – ) لا -مل ( مزجلا فورح -) نل - نأ ( بصنلا فورح -

وـــيام

 

لوهجملل ينبملا – لوصوملا مسا - ) عبات ( نورشعلاو سماخلا سردلا ةماع ةعجارم

ويـنوــي

اهسيردت دنع دعاوقلا ةدام ديدحت ةركذم سردملا عجاري -2 لولأا ءزجلا ةيح ةغل ةيبرعلا باتك "ىلع يونسلا يرهشلا عيزوتلا اذه دمتعي -1 :ةظحلام

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HISTOIRE - GEOGRAPHIE

 

CLASSE DE TROISIEME

 
 

PERIODE

 

HISTOIRE/43H

 

GEOGRAPHIE/30H

EVALUATION

Premier trimestre Du 15 Oct. au 24 Décembre

Leçon 1 á leçon 7 14H/18

 

Leçon 1 á leçon 3 /10H/18H

15 au 22 Décembre 2012

 

9

semaines

 

Deuxième trimestre Du 05 Janv au 28 Mars 11 semaines

Leçon

8

á

leçon

15

Leçon 4 á leçon 6 /13H/22H

Du 15 au 30 Avril 2012

 

/16H/22H

   
 

Leçon

16

á

leçon

22

Leçon 7 á leçon 10 /7H/18H

Ces

deux

évaluations

Troisième trimestre Du 06 avril au 15 Juin

/15H/18H

 

standardisées seront complétées par les deux compositions

 

9

semaines

 
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MATHEMATIQUES

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SCIENCES DE LA VIE ET DE LA TERRE

PERIODES

ENSEIGNEMENTS

EVALUATIONS

Du 24oct-07nov

L1 : Fonctionnement du système nerveux

 

Du 07nov-14nov

 

DEVOIR N° 1

Du 14 -21nov

L2 : Etude de la vision

 

Du 21nov-05dec

L3 : Respiration chez l’espèce humaine

 

Du 05dec-19dec

L4 : Les phénomènes accompagnant la respiration

 

Du 19-23dec

 

DEVOIR N° 2.

Du 23DEC- 07Janv

FETES DE FIN DU PREMIER TRIMESTRE

Du 03janv-10janv

L5 : La fermentation : un autre moyen de se procurer de l’énergie

 

Du 10janv-24janv

L6 : Le rôle du rein dans l’excrétion et la régulation du milieu intérieur

 

Du 24janv-31janv

Rattrapage.

 

Révision

Du 1fev-07fev.

C0MPOSITIONS DU PREMIER SEMESTRE / EVALUATIONS STANDARDISEES (leçons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6)

Du 07fev-14fev

L7 : L’immunité et la réponse immunitaire

 

Du 14fev-21fev

L8 : Le système immunitaire

 

Du 21fev-28fev

L9 : Un autre exemple de spécificité immunologique

 

Du 1mars-14mars

L10 : Aide à l’immunité

 
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Du 14mars-21mars

L11 : Dysfonctionnement du système immunitaire : cas de l’infection au VIH

 

Du 21-28mars

Rattrapage.

Devoir N°3

Révision.

DU 28MAR-07AVR

FETES DE FIN DU SECOND SEMESTRE

Du 7avril-21avril

L12 : La tectonique des plaques.

 

Du 21-au 05Mai.

L13 : La formation des roches métamorphiques

 

Du 05-12Mai.

L14 : le cycle des roches.

Devoir N°4

Du 12-26Mai

L15 : La chronologie

 

Du 26-30 mai

Rattrapage.

 

Révision

Du 3mai-15juin

COMPOSITION DU SECOND SEMESTRE / EVALUATIONS STANDARDISEES (leçons 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14)

15Juin-30Juin

CALCUL DES MOYENNES / CONSEIL DE CLASSE

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SCIENCES PHYSIQUES

Semaines Physique Chimie Evaluation Premier trimestre 15 octobre-23 décembre 1 ère semaine Révision optique 4
Semaines
Physique
Chimie
Evaluation
Premier trimestre 15 octobre-23 décembre
1 ère semaine
Révision optique 4 ème
2 ème semaine
P1 Lentilles minces 2h TP
cours
3 ème semaine
P1 Lentilles minces 2h TP
cours
4 ème semaine
2h TD sur P1
5 ème semaine
P2
Dispersion
de
la
lumière
6 ème semaine
Devoir sur table N° 1
Sur P1 et P2
7 ème semaine
C1 Notion de solution 2h
TP cours
8 ème semaine
C1 Notion de solution 2h
TP cours
9 ème semaine
2h TD sur C1
10 ème semaine
C2 Acides et bases 2h TP
cours
Deuxième trimestre 3 janvier- 30 mars
11 ème semaine
2h TD sur C2
12 ème semaine
2h Devoir sur table N° 2
Sur C1 et C2
13 ème semaine
P3 Forces 2h TP cours
14 ème semaine
2h TD sur P3
15 ème semaine
Compositions du premier semestre P1, P2, P3, C1 et C2
16 ème semaine
Correction composition et calcul moyenne
17 ème semaine
P4
Travail
et
puissance
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27
mécaniques 2h cours 18 ème semaine 2h TD sur P4 19 ème semaine P5 Electrisation
mécaniques
2h cours
18 ème semaine
2h TD sur P4
19 ème semaine
P5 Electrisation
par
frottement, le courant
électrique 2h cours TP
20 ème semaine
P5
Electrisation
par
frottement,
le
courant
électrique
21 ème semaine
2h TD sur P5
22 ème semaine
2h Devoir sur table N°1
sur P4 et P5
Troisième trimestre 12 Avril- 20 juin
23 ème semaine
C3 Quelques propriétés
chimiques des métaux 2h
TP cours
24 ème semaine
2h TD sur C3
25 ème semaine
P6 Résistance électrique
2h TP cours
26 ème semaine
P6 Résistance électrique
2h TP cours
27 ème semaine
2h TD sur P6
28 ème semaine
2h Devoir sur table N°2
Sur C3 et P6
29 ème semaine
C4 Les hydrocarbures 2h
TP cours
30 ème semaine
2h TD sur C4
31 ème semaine
P7 Energie et rendement
2h cours
32 ème semaine
Composition deuxième semestre 2h C3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8 et C4
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La Directrice des études

LIEF

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LInspecteur dAcadémie