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Unformatted text preview: vocabulary and toilette related vocabulary, sequencing of events. A minimum of 10 illustrations. At least 3 family members with French names living in a francophone town. Correctness Many errors. Little evidence of editing. Some incorrect.spelling/ articles/ accents. Inappropriate menu items. Address, phone number , times written incorrectly. Near-perfect spelling, accents, articles and use of reflexive verbs . Creativity /Neatness Not creative at all. In pencil or messy. Somewhat creative and/or interesting. A few neatness flaws such as hand-written instead of typed. Shows flair, style & imagination. Make me want to read it again! Oral No flow. Terrible pronunciation. Some pronunciation problems. Lack-luster presentation, but acceptable. Excellent pronunciation and inflection. . Sounds like youre really reading a book for French children. Points earned ______ + bonus ______- late ______ TOTAL ______ Due:...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course FRE 101 taught by Professor Finklea during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.
- Fall '09