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Francophone People French Project
Transcript of Francophone People French Project
Monday, May 13, 2013 Francophone People Table of Contents Cover Page:
Table of Contents:
Title Page: Person 1
Information: Person 1
Title Page: Person 2
Information: Person 2
Bibliography: Rubric Cover Page- this must include your name, student ID #, class period, date and the names of the two persons you are reporting on.
Table of Contents- Please number your pages. Include this rubric in this section.
Title Page- This page introduces the reader to your featured person. On this page you should have nothing more than the person’s name and photo.
Bibliography Page- for each person you report, you need to list at least three sources indicating where you obtained your information. In other words, you will have entered at least six entries on the bibliography page. Be creative with your sources of information.
Personal Data- for each person you report you need to include three pages of information.
Binding and Oral Presentation- use your imagination. A good presentation both written and oral goes a long way. Make it neat, organized, assembled as indicated. When your day comes to present to the class, dress up, use props, make your voice and facial features to attract the attention of your audience. Celine Dion Page 9 Bibliography http://www.biography.com/people/coco-chanel-9244165
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12 Country: Coco Chanel Sources: Celine Dion Sources: http://www.celinedionweb.com/celine-dion/en,biography.html
http://www.celinedion.com/ca/biography Celine Dion
Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Information Page 5 Examples of Work Page 6 Description of Work Page 7 Page 8 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Coco Chanel was born on August 19, 1883 in Saumur, France.
Her real name was Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel. Saumur, France Achievements:
Competely changed the expectations of what women were supposed to wear
Invented the little black dress
First designer to have her name on a perfume Coco Chanel was a French fashion designer who revolutionized women’s fashion. Before she created her iconic brand and changed the way women dressed, women were expected to wear uncomfortable, very stiff-looking clothing. Corsets and starched dresses were all the rage. Coco Chanel changed all this by borrowing styles from men’s clothing, such as jersey dresses (jersey was previously used only for men’s underwear), collars, and simple, tailored looks. She opened her first store in 1910 in Paris, France with help from a friend, and sold hats that would eventually be bought by the leading ladies of Parisian society. She started selling her first perfume, Chanel No. 5, and was the first designer to use her own name on a perfume. Some of the other styles that she is most famous for are the Little Black Dress (LBD), the suit with a collarless jacket for women (known as the “cardigan jacket”) beading and embroidery on clothing, and her famous handbag. Coco Chanel died in 1971, and her iconic brand was taken over by Karl Lagerfeld, who continues to run it today. Information Celine Dion was born on March 30, 1968 in Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada. Examples of Work Achievements:
Multiple Felix Awards
Multiple Golden Disc Awards
Eurovision Song Contest
World Music Award
Multiple Grammy Awards
Diamond World Music Award
The Order of Quebec
Companion of the Order of Canada
Billboard Music Award
Golden Globe Award
France's Legion of Honour
The Society of Singers' Ella Award
Recording Industry Association of America's top-selling artist of 1998
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Canada's Walk of Fame
Broadcast Hall of Fame. Description of Work Celine Dion is a French-Canadian singer-songwriter who has become a global superstar through her music. Her career started at a very young age when she was discovered by her manager (and present husband) René Angélil. In 1982, she won her first award at the Tokyo Song Festival. By the year 1988, she was famous in Quebec, and beginning to gain fame in the rest of Canada and around the world. In 1990, she published her first album in English, and sang Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, winning her a Grammy and an Academy Award. She and René Angélil, her producer, married in 1994. She sang at the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, putting her down in history as an amazing singer. From 2003-2007 she appeared in Las Vegas at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace five nights a week to sold out audiences. After her Las Vegas performances, she announced a world tour of “Taking Chances.” In 2011, she returned to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas where she is currently giving more sold-out performances.