On Wednesday, September 23, 2015, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy & Albertine Books in French and English will host Professor François Grosjean, world-renowned psycholinguist and specialist on bilingualism, in a conversation with F
The French Heritage Language Program (FHLP) is a foundation-based non-profit organization working in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States. Its mission is to provide free French classes to underserved schools and French-speaking communities, and to advocate for the teaching of heritage languages in the United States.The FHLP currently serves 500 students from Kindergarten through grade 12 in New York City, Florida, Maine and Massachusetts.
Georgia already has four French Dual-immersion programs in the public system, three located in Dekalb County and one in Gwinnett. ICSAtlanta will be the first French-Dual-immersion program in Fulton County.
Many students take language classes as a school requirement for graduation, without fully grasping the benefits of what foreign language skills can offer for their career futures. For educators wishing to sign up to welcome an NGO speaker for this France-Atlanta education series, please fill out this form and email it to email@example.com before October 1st, 2015.
L'émission Destination Francophonie de la chaîne TV5 Monde nous emmène à Brooklyn où on enseigne en français dans les écoles de quartier grâce aux parents d'élèves qui ont mené leur "révolution bilingue".
New York’s sizeable Francophone population makes the city’s Bastille Day festivities among the best in the United States, and the Empire State Building is traditionally lit with France’s national colors of blue, white and red to mark the event. From garden parties and elegant balls to street fairs and a pétanque competition, here are some ways to celebrate this French holiday without leaving New York.
Qu'est-ce que la "révolution bilingue" à New York ? Réponse de Lea Joan Sloan parent d'élèves à l'Ecole PS58, Caroll School de Brooklyn
Sous quelles impulsions se sont créées les écoles bilingues français dans le quartier de Brooklyn à New York ? Réponse de Fabrice Jaumont, Attaché pour le français à l'ambassade de France aux Etats Unis
Pourquoi avoir créé un programme bilingue ? Réponse d'un parent d'élèves de PS133, Jean-Cosme Delaloye