223 pages/slides! This comprehensive guide is a teacher’s best friend!
See details under ‘Description’.
IN EVERY CHAPTER
Pre-Reading Discussion Questions Slideshow
Reading: La Tapisserie de Bayeux
Les châteaux médiévaux Slideshow
Les emblèmes français Slideshow
Reading: Le musée national du Moyen-Âge
La vie au Moyen-Âge Slideshow
Reading: Jean D’Arc
Chevaliers de France Slideshow
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
Reader’s Theater Scripts
Faisons des predictions!
L’Âge des cathédrales Slideshow
Marker Partner Game
Musical Chairs Retell
Pass it up!
Take One, Please
Touche la bouche
EXPANDED TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY Un Royaume en danger
Advanced Beginner: Level 1/2 Reader – Adventure/Suspense
Unique Word Count: 215
When a wounded knight arrives at their village, Martin and Leiliana take him to Madeleine, the village sorcerer for help. They soon discover that other strangers have also arrived at the village and have burned it to the ground. As they flee for their lives, they discover that they hold the secret to fulfilling a prophecy that could not only save their lives but save the kingdom as well.
The exceptionally low unique word count and high frequency factor (the number of times core structures are embedded in the text) make this an ideal read for advanced beginning French students. Each page is loaded with cognates (words that are similar in English and French), recycled vocabulary, and illustrations, which makes this read highly comprehensible. Enjoy the story! The more you enjoy it, the more you will acquire French without even realizing it! Happy reading!
All Fluency Matters materials are protected by U.S. Copyright Law. No portion of any book, unless represented as reproducible, may be reproduced or used in any manner without the express written consent from Fluency Matters. Unlawful distribution of reproducible materials is a violation of copyright. Disseminating materials via email, or posting on the internet, regardless if a site is password-protected, is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. Thank you for honoring our teacher-authors and respecting copyright.