Monday, June 12, 2017

Les abécédaires

Each class worked together to create an ABC book based on a theme.  After lots of revision and collaboration, here are the final results.









Friday, June 2, 2017

Student Work April & May

Here are some student work samples from April and May. Did your work make the blog? Scroll down to see!

Descriptions using adjectives:






Describing what people are doing using ER verbs:









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)