First Start French I Set

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Item #: FSF1ST
Grades: 5-8

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Publisher: Memoria Press

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I am using this book with my fourth grader who has a little prior experience using French Rosetta Stone. This is a well designed program - especially if you, the teacher, have no French experience yourself. Every word they learn is pronounced properly on the CDs. If you have a younger learner like mine (he’s 9) I suggest adding a few age appropriate activities of your own. We review the weekly dialogue using his puppet theater and I make bingo and other card games with the vocabulary to reinforce the lesson. However, even if you did not do anything except the exact lessons as presented in teacher’s manual, your child would still experience a positive and productive second language learning experience.
December 21, 2017
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Looks like a good middle school start to prepare for the high school level. Company has the high school follow up. If this works we will continue.
Janet B on Aug 3, 2019
Love Memoria Press's Prima Latina & First Form products, so thought this would be a good fit for us to start French.
Alison D on Feb 12, 2019
Looks like a good middle school start to prepare for the high school level. Company has the high school follow up. If this works we will continue.
Janet B on Aug 3, 2019
required for a class
Lanette F on Jun 13, 2019
Love Memoria Press's Prima Latina & First Form products, so thought this would be a good fit for us to start French.
Alison D on Feb 12, 2019
Looking for a junior high Intro. to French. Seemed like a good place to start.
Tracy B on Jan 26, 2019
I would like an effective tool to teach my nephews and nieces the French language.
Angela J on Sep 9, 2018
My middle son expressed a desire to learn French. He will be using the Memoria Press curriculum for his Latin studies once he gets into 4th grade, so we chose this curriculum to try out French and familiarize him with how they do their foreign language curriculum.
Julie A on Apr 1, 2018
I am a homeschool parent and would like to learn French for myself.
Amanda R on Feb 13, 2018
I have a middle school student who is passionate about learning French and wants to visit Paris. I didn't want a high school level course for her, and we are already doing Latin, so this seemed to fit in nicely with our needs.
Amy S B on Jan 9, 2018
My daughter is interested in learning French and we have used this publisher for Latin so she would be familiar with the format I think. Price is nice as well. I plan on ordering the set 2 after she finishes set 1.
Kimberly M on Aug 29, 2017
My son wants to learn French
Korleen S on Nov 18, 2016
This was purchased for an outsourced class, but then the class got cancelled.
Lisa K on Sep 8, 2016
Nice, short, basic lessons combining audio and written work will leave time for us to add in extra French activities.
User on Aug 27, 2016
I have used Latina Christiana and thought this might work just as well.
Donna S on Aug 23, 2016
I like their Latin curriculum.
Kim H on Jul 26, 2016
It comes with pronunciation CDs which are hard to find and we had a good experience with the Latina Christiana Series by same publishers.
Dawn C on Jul 9, 2016
I chose this after seeing a copy of it at a friend's house.
Jane P on Nov 2, 2015
My kids are interested in learning French. It is difficult to find an affordable curriculum that includes grammar. I was pleased to find First Start French I.
Amy R on Oct 4, 2015
required for a class
Lanette F on Jun 13, 2019
Looking for a junior high Intro. to French. Seemed like a good place to start.
Tracy B on Jan 26, 2019
Would it be unreasonable to present this material to a student in grade 2?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would choose an easier program. my 5th grader had a little difficulty with it. they moved a bit fast into some phrases and sometimes spoke too quickly. she did well with the salutations, numbers etc.. but they didn't seem to explain the arrangement of the phrases and would throw in other words she hadn't learned yet.
How does this convert to highschool credits?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think that you would need to do both First Start French 1 and 2 in the same school year for it to be considered high school level material.
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