Francophone Countries Chapel


During chapel, Lower Division French teacher Deb Jordan-Levy talked about how she lived for many years in Paris, but that doesn’t mean France should be the only francophone country presented to her students.  She has been working hard to bring the larger francophone world into the classroom. "Getting a better sense of where French is spoken is the first step," she said. Ms. Jordan-Levy presented the video above of her third grade French students' identifying francophone countries through a rap song. In a few weeks, the third grade students will each research a different francophone country, create a postcard including images and a description then write a message on the postcard to their classmates about their imagined trip to that country.