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Mills,Corinne

  
Corinne Mills 
Please visit my webpage through Google Classroom. Students will use their CCSD school g-mail user ID (username@ccsdschools.com) and password to login at 
classroom.google.com. Then "JOIN" our class using class code ( see below for codes next to each class).

I grew up in France, went to school in Annecy ( Baccalauréat diploma), then Lyon (Faculté de Lettres) and Paris ( Institut de Langues Orientales).

After moving to Charleston, I attended the College of Charleston where I earned a Bachelor's degree and teaching certificate and to the Citadel for my Master's degree. 

I come from the French Alps and I find myself by the ocean and I love it.

Teaching has become a passion and  students make my day. 

Contact Information

 Email:  corinne_mills@charleston.k12.sc.us
 Phone:  843-881-8200 ext. 23970
 Room #:
 B-209
 Office Hours:
 Mornings except Wednesdays, Wednesday afternoons
2016 Spring schedule:
1st-   French III CP (m9hudw)
2nd-  French 2 (gz0ytbh)
3rd-  French 2 (gz0ytbh)
4th-   Planning

Courses Taught

French1 CP

This course is the first part of thebeginning (novice) level of language study. The development of language skillswill begin using the performance–based method of instruction. Students will learn,practice and apply the vocabulary and structures needed to communicate onintroductory topics in French.  Topics will be based on self, dailyliving, community, present events.  Emphasis is placed on listening andspeaking, simple reading and writing, and cultural comparisons ofFrench-speaking people.  This coursemeets daily for one semester and is worth one Carnegie unit.

The core language performance competencies orstandards addressed throughout the WHS language program include:  InterpretiveListening and Reading, Interpersonal Communication, Presentational Speaking andWriting, Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices, Understanding ofCultural Perspectives and Participation in Cultural Interaction.



French 2 CP

This course is the second part of the beginning (novice) level of language study. The development of language skills is continued through the aural-oral method of instruction. Major topics from French 1 are reviewed and expanded, and students continue their study of basic structures in French. Emphasis is on conversation, simple reading and writing, and cultural studies of French-speaking people.

The core language standards addressed throughout the language program are Communication (both written and spoken), Cultures (examining the products, practices and perspectives of French-speaking cultures), Comparisons (comparing and contrasting U.S. and Francophone cultures and languages), Connections (of French to other subject areas), and Communities (relevance of French outside of the classroom). 

Fr 3CP: this course is designed for students who have successfully completed French II and who do not plan to continue their language study beyond French III at the high school level. Students are expected to function at the novice high level on the ACTFL language proficiency scale and will have the opportunity to move on to the intermediate level.
The core language standards addressed throughout the language program areCommunication (both written and spoken), Cultures (examining the products, practices and perspectives of French-speaking cultures), Comparisons (comparing and contrasting U.S. and Francophone cultures and languages), Connections (of French to other subject areas), and Communities (relevance of French outside of the classroom). 


 

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Interact Club Sponsor
Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people ages 12 to 18. Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting.

Each year, Interact clubs complete at least two community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of

  • Developing leadership skills and personal integrity
  • Demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others
  • Understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard work
  • Advancing international understanding and goodwill

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