Thursday, March 16, 2017

Recent Student Work

Here are some recent student assignments that really went above and beyond!

"Une mini bande dessinée" - A short comic strip about accepting and turning down invitations










Le temps et les saisons - Vocabulaire










Mes préférences - What students like don't like, and prefer to do in various situations







Mardi Gras ... A Little Late!

It looks like I never posted these photos of our Mardi Gras celebration!  Have a look at all the yummy treats!


Students who brought in food pose for the camera


A festive Kings Cake


A yummy quiche


Jambalaya...a Cajun specialty!


More food, and students who are excited to share it!


Beignets....miam miam !


Gumbo!


Crême brûlée

Friday, February 3, 2017

La météo

Watch some of these weather forecast for francophone cities around the world!


Tunis, Tunisie, Période 2


Bruxelles, Belgique, Période 3


Fort-de-France, Martinique, Période 5


Fort-de-France, Martinique, Période 6


Bruxelles, Belgique, Période 9

Forecasts obtained from La chaîne Météo

Les crêpes !

On February 2, we celebrated La Chandeleur in class, which is a French holiday similar to Groundhog Day.  We enjoyed crêpes, a common treat on this day.  Thank you to Crepini, who sold the crêpes at a discount which made this event very affordable!







Thanks for joining us, Mr. Palmer!





Flipping crêpes is a Chandeleur tradition!

Thursday, January 5, 2017

December in French Class

December was a busy month in French class!



At our French Club meeting, students made miniature bûches de Noël, a tinier version of a popular holiday treat in France.



French Club students sold pens, pencils and erasers to raise money to donate to UNICEF to help with hurricane relief in Haiti.



Over $200 was raised!





Students made holiday cards in French and English to give to a friend, family member, or teacher.



On December 23, we enjoyed holiday treats such as bûche de Noël (above)



belgi galettes (above)





gâteau de Hanoucca (above)




Fougasse from Provence (above)






Friday, December 2, 2016