During this year when the regular classroom became a virtual one via Zoom meetings for world language classes, Linguascope became the superstar program/platform for French classes in all our lower school grades.
Stories from the Language Classrooms
During the last trimester, 8th graders learned about the vocabulary of main meals and how to order at a restaurant.
To finalize the structure of the verb "doler" (to hurt), the 6th graders dressed up pretending to be injured.
Although we were not able to celebrate the French-speaking world with our normal festival this year, we did make sure that each French class engaged in activities that would help them appreciate French as a global language that will allow them to connect with so many people and travel to so many countries.
For Earth Day, the second-grade Spanish students created colorful charts in Spanish to remind people of the ways they can cuidar la tierra -- take care of the earth
7th and 8th-grade French students recently learned about the beautiful Centre-Val de Loire in France and completed and presented a project based on a castle of their choice from the region.
Earlier this year, we received a visit from Ms. (Mademoiselle) Laurence Laurent who works as a Kindergarten French Teacher at Elsie Whitlow Stokes, a Bilingual Public Charter School in Washington DC.
Third and Fourth-grade French students have been learning the song C'est de L'eau (It is Water).