In this lesson, the students will become acquainted with some grammar elements dealing with gender and number. They will learn about articles and become more aware of the differences in their use between French and English.

This lesson introduces a new dialogue where the good sense of humour, exhibited by the characters, helps the students understand and digest an important French grammar element dealing with gender of nouns. When grammar rules are presented in the context of a relevant and amusing vocabulary, instead of in abstract terms, they can be more easily accepted and digested in general by the students. When we laugh, we become more engaged and interested in learning more about a certain topic. This is true in every subject, especially in learning second languages.  

This lesson is made up of a wide range interview, and an in depth review of the questions and answers, that will allow the students to keep in touch with the previous vocabulary. Repetitions, practice, reviews are extremely important in raising the fluency level of the students in a second language class and in helping them gain more self-confidence and achieve better results.

In this lesson, the students will be tested on their comprehension and concentration ability to digest and remember the French vocabulary and grammar already learned. They will be challenged to use their listening skill, to read between the lines and see whether they can understand the spoken word and make up their mind about choosing the correct answer. 

This lesson reinforces the ability of the students to use the vocabulary acquired previously. The students have already learned the material of the new dialogue, and now the characters who speak for them, with them and to them, will help the learners digest the material and know how to use it in conversation. The key is REPETITION. The more we repeat, the more fluent and confident we become.

In this lesson, the parents will have an idea about the ability of the students to respond to specific questions in French dealing with the vocabulary of the previous lessons. The students have already listened to these questions and answers before and now, it is an opportunity for the students to respond directly to some specific questions dealing with their personal life. On one hand, it shows whether the students are able to use the vocabulary retained properly and correctly. On the other, it enables the parents, and the students, to discover the points of weaknesses and strength in the students' verbal fluency. Again, it is appropriate to repeat that if we do not use what we learn verbally first, we will lose it. And this interview, as well as other interviews in this course, underlines the importance of this point.

In this lesson, the students will be exposed to more vocabulary dealing with personal information, so they will be able to talk about themselves and to put questions to others in French also. This is an opportunity for the students to listen to the characters who use the new vocabulary in situations that reflect real life.

In this lesson, the students will be exposed to more vocabulary dealing with personal information, so they will be able to talk about themselves and to put questions to others in French also. As we stated at the beginning, the more we practise, the more fluent and confident we become. 

In this lesson, the students will test their degree of retention and comprehension by doing some verbal activities dealing with the vocabulary of lesson 1. This is an opportunity for the students and the parents to measure the progress of the students in a very concrete way. 

In this lesson, the students will be exposed to some basic French vocabulary dealing with salutations, days of the week, seasons, weather expressions, and the use of "who, what, how" in context.