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Deux mondes (Student Edition)

Deux mondes (Student Edition)

Grade Levels: 13
By Tracy Terrell and Mary Rogers and Betsy Kerr and Guy Spielmann
Copyright: 2013
Publication Date: January 20, 2012
MHID: 0073386456
ISBN 13: 9780073386454

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New Features

Updated cultural readings called À propos… develop such themes as French and Francophone geography, history, and society and present various perspectives on the cultures of the French-speaking world.

Les Francophone sur le vif text readings and related documentary-style video segments feature real French people, not actors, who are of different ages and backgrounds. In the video interviews, they use authentic language to talk about who they are and what they do, in settings and situations that match the chapter themes.

The Pour résumer activities (À vous de parler, À vous de lire, and À vous d'écrire) allows students to synthesize their knowledge and demonstrate their ability to use the chapter vocabulary and grammar communicatively.

Grammar Tutorial videos, taught by an animated instructor, focus on 17 key structure points that students typically struggle with in the Introductory French course. Each tutorial is followed by a brief assessment to check for student learning and understanding.

An interactive ebook, the complete Workbook/Lab Manual, grammar tutorials, and all the audio and video materials.

LearnSmart, the only super-adaptive learning tool on the market, is proven to significantly enhance students’ learning and improve course outcomes. Available within Connect Spanish and as a mobile app, LearnSmart provides students with targeted feedback specific to their individual performance, and additional practice in areas where students need help the most.

Additional interactive activities using drag-and-drop functionality, embedded audio, voice recorders, and videos targeting key vocabulary, grammar, and cultural content for extra practice.

A comprehensive gradebook to view your assignment results.

Voice Board and Blackboard IM, two powerful tools integrated into Connect Spanish, promote communication and collaboration outside the classroom.


Key Features

The 7th edition of Deux mondes continues to offer a truly communicative approach that supports functional proficiency while responding to the changing needs of the language classroom.

Deux mondes emphasizes communication in meaningful contexts in the target language. Throughout the program, students listen to and read comprehensible French and have ample opportunities to use French in autograph, interview, information gap, role-play, writing, and other personalized activities that are theme-based, not grammar-driven.

In addition, the Dans le monde francophone activities in the text, many of which are based on authentic materials, offer communicative practice.

Chapter themes and activities encourage students to link their study of French with their personal lives and other subjects they are studying.

Grammaire et exercices section of each chapter takes grammar instruction out of the chapter progression so students can focus on using the language, not learning grammar rules.

Deux mondes (Student Edition)

Chapitre 1 Ma famille et moi

Activités et lectures

La famille

Goûts personnels

Origines et renseignements personnels

La vie de famille

Grammaire et exercices

Expressing relationships: Possessive adjectives

Expressing likes and dislikes: Aimer + infinitive

Talking about dates and personal data: Numbers beyond 100

Stating origin: The verb venir

Talking about actions: Present tense of –er verbs

Expressing relationships and possession: Contractions of de

Chapitre 2 La vie quotidienne et les loisirs

Activités et lectures

Le temps, les saisons et les loisirs

Les activités quotidiennes

Les habitudes et les projets

Aptitudes et rêves

Grammaire et exercices

Talking about activities and weather: The verb faire

Talking about everyday activities: Reflexive verbs

Going places and future actions: The verb aller, contractions of à

Making general statements: The subject pronoun on

Abilities and desires: The verbs pouvoir, vouloir, and savoir

Chapitre 3 En ville

Activités et lectures

S’orienter en ville

La ville et les transports

Les achats

Les distractions

Grammaire et exercices

Saying where things are: Prepositions of location

Asking questions: Interrogative words

Verb like prendre

Expressing necessity: Il faut and the verb devoir

Pointing things out: Demonstrative adjectives

Expressing quantities: Partitive articles

The verbs courir, sortir, and dormir

Chapitre 4 La maison et le quartier

Activités et lectures

Les pièces et les meubles

Le logement

Les tâches et les loisirs

Le vie de quartier

Grammaire et exercices

Describing: Placement of adjectives

Making comparisons

Regular –ir verbs

Regular –re verbs and mettre

Direct object pronouns

Talking about knowing: The verb connaître

Describing states of being: Expressions with avoir

Chapitre 5 Dans le passé

Activités et lectures

Le vie quotidienne

Les expériences

Le week-end et les loisirs

Faits personnels et historiques

Grammaire et exercices

Saying what you did: Passé composé with avoir

Irregular past participles

Saying what you did: Passé composé with être

Passé composé of reflexive verbs

Negative expressions

Chapitre 6 L’enfance et la jeunesse

Activités et lectures

Les activités de l’enfance

La jeunesse

Les rapports avec les autres

Souvenirs et événements du passé

Grammaire et exercices

Saying what you used to do: The imperfect

The verbs dire, lire, and écrire

Describing past states: More on the imperfect

Linking ideas: Relative pronouns

Indirect object pronouns

Idiomatic reflexive verbs

The verbs voir and croire

Different perspectives on the past: Summary of passé composé and imperfect

Chapitre 7 À table!

Activités et lectures

Les aliments et les boissons

On fait les provisions

L’art de la cuisine

Au restaurant

Grammaire et exercices

Review of articles

The verb boire

Expressing quantities: The pronoun en

Expressing all and everything: Using tout

More on asking questions: Qui, que, quoi

Ongoing actions: Être en train de

Ordering events: Avant, après

Chapitre 8 Parlons de la Terre!

Activités et lectures

En France et ailleurs

La géographie et le climat

Questions écologiques

Grammaire et exercices

Expressing location, destination, and origin: Prepositions + place names

The verb vivre

Review of direct and indirect objects: More on object pronouns

Expressing should: More on devoir

What was going on: More on the imperfect

Chapitre 9 L’enseignement, les carrières et l’avenir

Activités et lectures

L’enseignement et la formation professionnelle

Le travail et les métiers

L’avenir

Grammaire et exercices

Other uses of y: J’y pense

Emphatic pronouns

Identifying and describing: C’est vs. il/elle est

Saying what you’ve been doing: Present tense + depuis

Saying what you will do: The future tense

Chapitre 10 Les voyages

Activités et lectures

Voyages à l’étranger

En voiture!

Comment se débrouiller

Les achats, les produits et les matières

Grammaire et exercices

Expressing obligation: Il faut que + subjunctive

More about the subjunctive: Irregular-stem verbs

Verbs for traveling: Conduire and suivre

Double object pronouns

Expressing extremes: The superlative

Making distinctions: Lequel and celui

Chapitre 11 Les moyens de communication

Activités et lectures

Mon électronique

On se distrait, on s’informe

Les pièges de l’inforoute

Grammaire et exercices

Saying what you would do: The conditional

The relative pronoun dont

More on relative pronouns: Ce qui, ce que, ce dont

Giving orders: Commands with pronouns

Talking about hypothetical situations: More on the imperfect

Chapitre 12 La santé et les urgences

Activités et lectures

La santé et le bien-être

Les maladies et les traitements

Les accidents et les urgences

Grammaire et exercices

Saying what you want others to do: More on the subjunctive

Changes of state: Passé composé vs. imperfect

The present participle

Expressing events in the recent past: Venir de + infinitive

Narrating in the past tense: Passé composé vs. imperfect

Chapitre 13 La famille et les valeurs en société

Activités et lectures

L’armour, l’amitié et la famille

La vie de famille

Valeurs et décisions

Grammaire et exercices

Reciprocal actions: More on reflexive pronouns

Describing actions: Adverbs

Expressing feelings: More on the subjunctive

A past in the past: The plus-que-parfait

More on expressing possession: Possessive pronouns

Chapitre 14 Les enjeux du présent et de l’avenir

Activités et lectures

L’intégration sociale

L’héritage du passé

Les enjeux du XXIe siècle

Grammaire et exercices

Should have : The past conditional of devoir

Saying what you would have done: The past conditional

Conjunctions: More on the subjunctive

Expressing doubt and uncertainty: More on the subjunctive

About the Author

Tracy Terrell

Tracy D. Terrell (late) received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin and published extensively in the area of Spanish dialectology. Professor Terrell’s publications on second-language acquisition are widely known in the United States and abroad.

Mary Rogers

Mary Bassett Rogers holds her undergraduate and graduate degrees in French from Vanderbilt University. She taught French at Wichita State University for many years, where she became coordinator for foreign language education and supervised teaching assistants. She served as president of the Kansas Foreign Language Association and was a certified tester for the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview for several years. She has given numerous presentations and workshops on second language teaching and has also taught French and second language pedagogy at Friends University (Kansas). Professor Rogers is co-author of ¡Bravo!, a Natural Approach program for teaching Spanish in secondary and middle schools.

Betsy Kerr

Betsy J. Kerr is an Associate Professor of French at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. She received her Ph.D. in French linguistics from Indiana University and has published in the areas of French syntax and pragmatics, specializing in the analysis of spoken French discourse. At the University of Minnesota, Professor Kerr (formerly Barnes) teaches courses in French language and linguistics. She also serves as advisor to the director of the Lower Division French Program, a position she has held for many years.

Guy Spielmann

Born and raised in Marseille, Guy Spielmann (Ph.D., Vanderbilt University) is Associate Professor of French at Georgetown University. He was also Associate Director, then Director of the French School, Middlebury College. He has done research, lectured, and published extensively on second language acquisition and performing arts in Early Modern Europe. He has also pioneered work in the scholarly and pedagogical use of information technology. Visit La Page de Guy at www.georgetown.edu/spielmann.