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School Resource Center : C'est à toi! Resource Center : C'est à toi! Level 1 : Communicative Activities

Communicative Activities

Communicative Activities Book 1

The Web sites that follow will help you find a photo of francophone locations for the front of your postcards. Or, you might do your own Internet search to find relevant photos. To find a French Internet site, key relevant French words in the search field of your favorite search engine.

Page 13: To find a French-speaking pen pal, go to one of the Web sites below:
http://www.correspondance-fr.org
http://www.europa-pages.com/epals/language.html
Page 21: To find a photo of a Club Med vacation for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.clubmed.com
Page 33: To find a photo of a Parisian café for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.paris.org/
Click on “Cafés.”
Page 53: To find a photo of Fort-de-France or Martinique for the front of your postcard, go to the Photo Gallery of the Web site below:
http://www.martinique.org
Page 57: To find a photo of flowers for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.interflora.fr/
Page 61: To find a photo of Chambord or Chenonceaux for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.castles-france.net/chateaux-loire/
Page 73: To find a photo of a marché aux puces for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.curiositel.tm.fr/saint_ouen/default.htm
Page 77: To find a photo of Montreal for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.bonjourquebec.com/
Click on “Images du Québec.” Then select “Montréal” under “Photos.”
Page 81: To find a picture of a French outfit for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://laredoute.fr
Page 85: To find a photo of Marseille for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.web-provence.com/villes/marseille.htm
Page 89: To find a photo of a French cheese for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.fromages.com
Click on “Découvrez et Commandez” to find a selection of French cheeses.
Page 93: To find a photo of Guadeloupe for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.azureva.com/guadeloupe/
Page 97: To find a photo of a French house for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.openmedia.fr
Under “Type de bien,” select “Maisons—Villas.” Then fill in the blank fields by selecting “France,” a “Département” and a “Ville” in that département. (Use the map of France on page xv of your textbook to select a city. You can find a list of the French departments on the Internet by keying “départements en France” into the search field of your favorite search engine.)
Page 101: To find a photo of Provence for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.guideweb.com/
Click on “Provence,” then “Découverte.” To find a photo, click on one of the red dots on the map.
Page 105: To find a photo of Rabat for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.africatravelling.net/
Click on Morocco and then Rabat. Next, click on "Photo Gallery" to find an image that you like
Page 109: To find a photo of Chamonix for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.trekearth.com/
Enter “Chamonix” in the “Search” field.
Page 113: To send a virtual postcard of Geneva to a friend in your French class, go to the Web site below:
http://www.geneve-tourisme.ch/
Click on “Envoyer une eCard.” Select a photo. Then follow the directions on the postcard page, listing your and your friend’s e-mail addresses and typing in your message.
Page 121: To find a photo of Brussels for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.trekearth.com/
Enter “Brussels” in the “Search” field.
Page 125: To find a photo of Dakar for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.senegal-online.com/
Click on “galeries de photographies,” then “Dakar.”
Page 129: To find a photo of Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, go to the Web site below:
http://www.saintesmariesdelamer.com/
Page 133: To find a photo of a Tahitian painting by Gauguin for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/gauguin
Click on a painting that you like.
Page 137: To find a photo of a painting at the musée d’Orsay for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.musee-orsay.fr
Click on “collections,” then “Sélection d’œuvres” to find a work of art that you like.
Page 141: To find a photo of Paris for the front of your postcard, go to the Web site below:
http://www.paris.org/
Click on a category that interests you to locate a selection of photos.

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