Module 02: Me voici!

Me voicci!

How does my university experience compare and contrast to students from francophone cultures?

Back view of people walking into a campus
Photo by George Pak

Module 2 Learning Outcomes:

I can…

    1. ask questions to gather information about someone else
    2. describe my family
    3. name the days of the week
    4. name the months of the year
    5. tell someone about my nationality, and the nationalities of others
    6. talk about my pastime(s)
    7. talk about my family members’ pastime(s)
    8. tell what my family members do (professions, studies, etc.)
    9. talk about pastimes that I do not like
    10. tell time (in official and non-official time)

Interpretive: Review a printed schedule from the Université du Québec à Montréal and answer corresponding comprehension questions.

Interpersonal: Compare your schedule while studying abroad with another student. You will also share what you like to do on campus and how you like to spend your free time.

Presentational: Showcase your life at Boise State University by writing an outline and later, creating a video that features the activities you like to do outside of class.

21st Century Skills: 

  • Use digital technology tools to communicate your ideas.
  • Articulate your thoughts and ideas effectively using oral, written and nonverbal communication skills in a variety of forms and contexts.
  • Develop, implement, and communicate new ideas to others.



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