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  • Madame Teri Grindstaff

    Bonjour! Bienvenue à mon site d'internet.                                                                                                                   

     

    (Welcome to my website.)  
     
    Covid-19 Instructions
    #1 - Stay healthy!  =)
     
     
    A) Daily DUOLINGO
    • If you haven’t already done so, log-in directions for each period can be found in the margin on the left side of this page.
    • I recommend at least 10 minutes per day – get through a lesson.
    • I will be noting scores on a weekly basis and look forward to seeing your growth!
     B) Check the calendar on a daily basis. (Located in the left margin)
    • I will be posting instructions for activities on a regular basis.
    • FLIP-GRID FRIDAYS – (See instructions in left margin)
    • EMC Passports – This is one of the apps available to students via the JHS homepage. (See instructions in left margin) Browse the options available to you.
    C) Check YOUR district email!
    • If you haven’t been accessing it, the format is:

                      ___ _____________________________@stu.everettsd.org

                First name initial         Last name 

                  (capital letter)          (first letter capitalized)

    • I will communicate with you directly via this email. If you have a different email address you prefer I use, send me an email using your preferred address.

    **WHEN WE RETURN…

    • Be prepared to share a resource, related to French, that you explored during this time out of school. Suggestions:

    ~ Interesting YouTube video on learning French

    ~ Awesome French song

    ~ General information sites? (Games? Videos ? Stories ? etc.)

    (If you found it fun and a useful way to improve your French, I’m sure others in the class will enjoy it too! )

    Lastly, if you need anything, please send me an email – I miss you, care about you, and will do what I can to support you.  If you prefer to talk, be sure to include your phone number.  =)

     
    French is a global language and I am thrilled to explore the language, customs, as well as the advantages of knowing French both in the U.S. and overseas with my students!
     
    I studied French both in France and at San Diego State University.  I lived in France for a year with a host family who spoke no English and attended a French school where I was the only foreign student.  It was quite an experience taking physics in French!  While in France I studied economics as I wanted to get France's perspective on national and global issues.  Learning should not be painful - my goal is for my students to have fun speaking and learning French with confidence as well as to leave my class with a global perspective of events occurring around the world. 
     
    Please take a glance at the map highlighting the francophone, (French speaking), countries of the world
      
    I look forward to a terrific school year together!
    Please feel free to contact me with any concerns or questions. 
     
    Teri Grindstaff
    Phone: (425)385-7084
    (The best time to reach me is via email or before school) 
     
     
     

    Eiffel Tower with World Flags

    SCHEDULE: 

    Période 1

    Français 1

    Période 2

    Français 3

    Période 3

    Français 3   

    Période 4

    Préparation