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2 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 1 WHAT S UP DUDE? 1. I can greet and say goodbye to someone properly in multiple ways. 2. I can introduce myself in two different ways. 3. I can ask What is your name? in two different ways. 4. I can ask How are you? in multiple ways. 5. I can tell how I am feeling in multiple ways. 6. I can tell where I am from, where I live, and give my nationality. 7. I can ask properly Where are you from? Where do you live? and What s your nationality? 8. I can count from I can count from I can say how old I am. 11. I can ask how old someone is. 12. I can count by tens from I can say Please, Thank you, and Your welcome. 14. I can count from I can say a variety of dates, including the first of a month. 16. I can ask What is today s date? 17. I can say my birthday. 18. I can ask What is your birthday? 19. I can describe basic weather for all four seasons. 20. I can say and ask the time. 21. I can perform basic mathematical operations. 22. I can use different greetings at different times of the day. 23. I can tell how people greet someone they know and don t know. 24. I can explain how written accents change pronunciation. 25. I can tell how personal space is different in target cultures.

3 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 2 LIVING LA VIDA LAKERIDGE 1. I can say what my favorite classes are. 2. I can ask, What are your favorite classes? 3. I can say what classroom materials I need for my classes. 4. I can ask, What do you need for a class? 5. I can say what items belongs to friends, others, or me. 6. I can use polite phrases in the classroom. 7. I can ask permission. 8. I can tell someone 3 classes I have. 9. I can ask, What classes do you have? 10. I can say when I have lunch. 11. I can ask, When do you have lunch? 12. I can tell what time school or a class starts and ends. 13. I can describe my classes as difficult or easy. 14. I can say who my favorite teachers are. 15. I can ask, Who are your favorite teachers? 16. I can ask and tell who someone else s favorite teachers are. 17. I can respond to basic classroom commands. 18. I can explain school schedules in the target cultures. 19. I can tell how students and teachers interact in target cultures. 20. I can explain the grading systems in target cultures.

4 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 3 WHAT YOU WANNA DO? I DON T KNOW, WHAT DO YOU WANNO DO? 1. I can say three things I like to do. 2. I can ask What do you like to do? 3. I can tell what I prefer to do. 4. I can ask What do you prefer to do? 5. I can say three things I don t like to do. 6. I can answer a question between two different preferences. 7. I can ask questions about two different preferences. 8. I can tell when I like to do something. 9. I can ask When do you like to? 10. I can tell with whom I like to do something. 11. I can ask With whom do you like to? 12. I can ask and tell what someone else likes to do. 13. I can ask and tell what someone prefers to do. 14. I can use filler words such as great, that s okay, so-so, too bad, and others. 15. I can ask and tell with whom someone else likes to do something. 16. I can ask and tell how often someone else likes to do something. 17. I can ask and tell when someone does some activities. 18. I can explain how seasons differ in the northern and southern hemispheres. 19. I can tell which sports are more or less popular in target cultures compared with U.S.

5 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 4 WHAT S FOR LUNCH? 1. I can count from I can count from I can count from 100 to 200 by tens. 4. I can count from 100 to 1000 by hundreds. 5. I can tell how many people are in my party and where I want to sit in a restaurant. 6. I can ask basic information about the menu. 7. I can ask for the bill. 8. I can ask how much the food costs. 9. I can ask what the food is like. 10. I can tell someone else what the food is like at a particular restaurant. 11. I can say what I like to eat at a restaurant. 12. I can ask about the food preferences of others. 13. I can ask for suggestion or to explain a dish. 14. I can give recommendations of what to order in a restaurant. 15. I can order food and drink in a restaurant. 16. I can talk about food customs in the target culture. 17. I can tell about the prices of items in the target culture.

6 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 5 FAMILY MATTERS 1. I can give the name of my family members. 2. I can tell how many people are in my family and who they are. 3. I can tell the ages of each my family members. 4. I can ask the age of others (family, friends, etc.). 5. I can describe what my family and I do together. 6. I can tell where we live. 7. I can say if I have a pet or name what some pets are. 8. I can ask what each member of another person s family likes to do for fun. 9. I can tell what each member of my family likes to do for fun. 10. I can describe my hair and eye color. 11. I can ask someone s hair and eye color. 12. I can describe my physical appearance (not hair or eye color). 13. I can ask What do you look like? (physical characteristics). 14. I can describe the physical characteristics of each of my family members. 15. I can use the metric system to express how tall I am. 16. I can describe at least three things about my personality. 17. I can ask What are you like? (personality). 18. I can describe the personalities of each of my family members. 19. I can compare and contrast my family with that of the target cultures (size, hobbies, etc.). 20. I can discuss what typical French families are like (nationality), family life, traditions, values, etc.).

7 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 UNIT 6 - #CHILLIN 1. I can ask someone what he or she likes to do. 2. I can tell someone what I like to do in my free time. 3. I can ask and tell what someone else likes to do in his or her free time. 4. I can ask and tell what my friends (they) like to do in their free time. 5. I can ask and tell what WE (my friends and I) like to do in our free time. 6. I can tell someone which places I go to hang out. 7. I can ask and tell what you are going to do. 8. I can explain my plans for the weekend (What, when, where, and with whom). 9. I can say three places I like to go after school or on weekends. 10. I can say three events that I want to go to after school or on weekends. 11. I can ask and tell what he and she are going to do. 12. I can ask and tell what WE (my friends and I) are going to do. I can ask and tell what you are going to do. 13. I can ask and tell what my friends (they) are going to do. 14. I can tell when and where an event is. 15. I can ask when and where an event is. 16. I can say what time an event starts and ends. 17. I can ask about who will be at an event. 18. I can ask someone to do something with me. 19. I can accept an invitation politely. 20. I can politely reject an invitation AND give an excuse. 21. I can explain the differences in dating practices in the U.S. and those of target cultures. 22. I can tell how people from the target culture spend their free time.

8 PASSPORT TO PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 - UNIT 7 A WHOLE NEW WORLD 1. I can say what I plan to wear on a trip. 2. I can ask what time transportation is leaving and arriving from different destinations. 3. I can say what time transportation is leaving and arriving from different destinations. 4. I can say where I plan to go on a trip. 5. I can ask where someone is departing and arriving from. 6. I can say where I am departing and arriving from. 7. I can ask how much different types of tickets cost. 8. I can say how much different tickets cost. 9. I can describe the geography of a place I visit. 10. I can tell what the weather is like and the season of the place I visit. 11. I can say what I eat on a trip. 12. I can say how long my trip will be. 13. I can say what I plan to do on a trip. 14. I can ask someone about his or her trip. 15. I can ask what type of ticket someone needs (smoking, class, oneway or round trip). 16. I can say what type of ticket I need. 17. I can describe important landmarks in a city. 18. I can compare my city to another Frenchspeaking city. 19. I can compare the differences between modes of transportation in my culture and the target culture.

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