Students in a French immersion class were asked to write a skit where the characters dealt with a problem with a credit card at the bank. They worked together to create the script and then they acted out their skit.
In familiar settings, I communicate with peers and adults.
I talk and listen to people I know. I can communicate for a purpose. I can understand and share basic information about topics that are important to me, and answer simple, direct questions about my activities and experiences.
I communicate purposefully, using forms and strategies I have practiced.
I participate in conversations for a variety of purposes (e.g., to connect, help, be friendly, learn and share). I listen and respond to others. I can consider my purpose when I am choosing a form and content. I can communicate clearly about topics I know and understand well, using forms and strategies I have practiced. I gather the basic information I need and present it.