BONJOUR 6TH GRADE FRENCH (Click here to read)

Bonjour 6th grade French students and families!

I am delighted to be meeting or reconnecting with your child in 6th grade, and look forward to helping the students gain increased confidence in communicating in French.

We will use the student book TRICOLORE 2 along with additional teacher-developed materials. Students will use the Grammar in Action 2 workbooks for homework tasks.

The French fees include the fee for participation in the National French Contest in March, and the Tricolore 2 workbook, Grammar in Action. Please send in the fees a.s.a.p., including the bottom half of the fee letter with your child’s name clearly written on the form. MERCI!

Please also return the Contact Information sheet, being sure to:
Circle your preferred means of communication;
Indicate how you would like to assist with French enrichment activities;
Sign at the bottom of the page to indicate that you understand where to check the Rosetta Stone (RS) deadlines (since the weekly RS requirement is worth 10% of the overall WL grade). I will establish a group email list for quick class updates based on this contact information.

Students should bring home their Tricolore 2 textbook, their printed “Grammar in Action” workbook (also included in the fee letter), and their World Language folder (holding their notebook, workbook, and some loose-leaf paper) on a daily basis. There will be French homework most days, in addition to the 45 minutes of weekly independent Rosetta Stone practice. This homework may consist of written exercises, reading texts, online activities, memorization of songs, poems or skits, vocabulary enrichment activities and preparation for tests.

Homework will be listed on the shared 6th grade HW document, but students should also write it in their agenda each day. Using a good online bilingual dictionary, such as, is perfectly acceptable. However, using a translator program to write assignments is NEVER acceptable, is considered CHEATING and will result in an F.

Please check the grade book ( to monitor your child’s grade. I often leave messages and feedback for parents regarding specific assignments, including which level of test was taken, on the grade book.

Do not hesitate to contact me with your questions and concerns:
Bridget Veitch