This week-long celebration of all things French takes place in schools and communities across the U.S. from November 8-14, 2011. French Teachers are initiating various projects to take French out of the classroom and demonstrate all the reasons to learn French.

Madame Craig and Monsieur Collet certainly did not miss this opportunity!

Students in French I and II  created puppets representing a famous French-speaking people. Their French III and French IV colleagues voted for who they believed was the best puppet based on the accomplishments of each character, following the same protocol than the French Presidential Election (May 2012). On Monday, November 14th, all students taking French appreciated a nice French breakfast with croissants and chocolat chaud. At last a bookmark contest in partnership with The Alliance Française de Providence (French Alliance) was the main project of this week-long celebration. All Saints were asked to draw a design illustrating one of the reasons why French is important.

The winner of the 2011 Bookmark Contest is: Marisa Faltus ’13. Her artwork will published and distributed throughout the state of Rhode Island!

National French Week was a fun and meaningful way for students to reflect on the learning of French, the impact of French on the world, and to participate in engaging short projects

A l’année prochaine!


 

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