The end of the French 3 year includes a New York State exam, formerly called the Regents, now called the Foreign Language Association of Chairpersons and Supervisors (FLACS) exam.
Why the exam?
The Foreign Language Association of Chairpersons and Supervisors (FLACS) exam holds the same weight as the Regents, allowing students to gain regents credit towards their Advanced Regents Diploma and it is a test of proficiency in a content area.
For French, the Languages Other Than English (LOTE) exam is similar to the 8th grade proficiency exam, testing the proficiency of the student in the foreign language. Students use all four modalities of reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the exam.
Don't fret! Pratiquez!
French 3 Quizlet Access: Click here!
Conjugemos online practice here!
Practice regents writing examples with scoring: here!
Download Passports (notes packets) Here!
Writing Practice: writing tasks outlines
Review sessions materials: All vocab on quizlet
Packing, Subjunctive subjunctive practice
Asking/answering questions (movie questions) question words
Body (subjunctive, expressing sickness)
Childhood (imperfect, passé composé) passe compose & imparfait
All tenses review, open Q&A tense transition