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The Little Prince and the Struggle for Children’s Rights

This past March was dedicated to Francophonie in the United States and looking into the various ways it has impacted Americans and the rest of the world. In honor of the occasion, the New York Public Library invited a number of esteemed panelists from various United Nations organizations to participate in The Little Prince Day Conference on Friday 28 March.
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Wébinaires pédagogiques

Wébinaire n°5 : jeudi 15 mai 2014 de 15h30 à 17h00 (Eastern Time) Formateur du CLA : Evelyne BÉRARD Thème proposé : « Enseigner avec l'image et la vidéo en classe de FLE ». Comment intégrer les images fixes et animées dans ses pratiques de classe ?
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Parlons français, c’est facile!

Parlons français, c’est facile! : un dispositif de promotion et d’apprentissage du français mis gratuitement à votre disposition.
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Forum des écoles du samedi européennes le 18 mai à Bethesda

Le forum des écoles du samedi européennes de la région de Washington DC aura lieu le dimanche 18 mai prochain à Somerset Elementary School à Bethesda.
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Summer University in Washington DC

This year’s Summer University in Washington DC will take place from Monday, June 23rd to Friday, June 27th. Please fill out the Formulaire d'inscription by June 6th if you wish to attend!
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Succès de la première édition du jeu de piste en ligne pour les élèves de Washington D.C. !

La liste des gagnants et des lots remportés est maintenant disponible. Félicitations et merci à tous les participants!
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Help young immigrants put on stage a musical to support French in the US

Students in the French Heritage Language Program at the International High School at Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, are putting on stage a musical to support the creation of free French classes in underserved schools and communities across the United States. The musical is called Amidou & Toya and is an original piece by composer Yacine Boulares, who is the teacher of the French class, with dialogues, choreography and staging arranged by the students themselves.
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A Meeting of Cultures at MoMA

A group of French Heritage students from Bronx International High School set out for the Museum of Modern Art last Thursday, where they found more than the works of legendary modern artists. Also visiting the MoMA that day was a large class of seniors from the Lycée Français de Bamako, in Mali.
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Workshop : "History and cinema in the French Classroom, the example of Joyeux Noël"

Led by Anne-Christine Rice At the end of the workshop, participants will have assembled a number of activities to use in the classroom to study the film “Joyeux Noël”, at a number of different language levels and learning levels. May 9-20 throughout the US
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Francophone Students Get an Insider’s Tour of the International Culinary Institute

On Tuesday 11 February, French Heritage students from Manhattan International High School and the International High School at Union Square were invited to visit the International Culinary Center and attend an exclusive demonstration by two renowned master chefs: Hervé Malivert and Pierre Thiam.
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Mois de la Francophonie 2014: Writing contest on human rights, children's rights and Le Petit Prince

2013 marked the 70th anniversary of the publication of Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. In the wake of this celebration, the FHLP, in partnership with the Succession Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, organizes a writing contest on human rights, children's rights and Le Petit Prince, for high school students in NYC.
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