RSS - French Dual-Language Classes discussion started by Fabrice Jaumont
I have a question: are there any plans to start something similar in New Jersey, particularly in Jersey City or in the North Bergen county?
And, for those who might not know: there are French classes available in Hoboken, NJ and Jersey City, NJ - for kids and adults - I enrolled my 16 months-old son to a French baby class - here is the web-site: http://www.besmarterbelingual.com/Schedule2.htm
We heard that some of the dual language classes throughout New York still have available seats, so please let all your friends know asap as it might still be possible to register children. You need to contact directly the school.
- K class at PS 151 (Woodside)
- 2nd grade at PS 84 (Upper West Side)
- K through 3rd grade at PS 125 (Harlem)
Woodside school to hold French bilingual program
Classes, spearheaded by activists in city Francophone community, will start this fall at PS 151
By Anna Gustafson
Thursday, August 6, 2009 9:15 AM EDT
PS 151 Principal Jason Goldner said he is excited his school in Woodside will be the borough’s first school to offer a French dual language program this fall. Photo by Anna Gustafson
Queens’ first French dual-language program is opening this fall at PS 151 in Woodside, elating the school’s…
P.S. 151 breaks ground with French program
by Lisa Fogarty , Assistant Editor
Parents, teachers and the P.S. 151 community in Woodside said “mais oui” to a new French dual language program for kindergarten and first-grade students, set to start in…
We do have children from Forest Hill, Jackson High coming next september to the dual language program in French at PS 151 (Astoria-Woodside). We might be able to put in place private transportation from Forest Hill. If you know interested parents, please contact me.
Virginie Le Lan
I love this idea and I'd like to talk to parents here in Forest Hills to see if we can have this French bilingual program in our neighborhood.
French Dual Language at PS 151 Queens
PS 151 is happy to announce its plans to open two French Dual Language classes in grades K and 1, for the 2009-2010 school year. We have been working in conjunction with the Office of English Language Learners, the Community Education Council and the parent organization, French Education in New York.
It was this parent organization that initially brought the need for French Dual Language to our attention. While exploring several options, it was determined…
Moi aussi, je suis prof de FLE et je m'interesse a ce programme:dual language.
Je sais qu'il faut passer plusieurs examens: LAST, ATS-W elementary, CST multi-subject et Bilingual Extension en francais.
Vous pouvez aller voir sur le site du NYS teachers examinations.
Il faut egalement faire traduire vos releves de notes de la fac, et passer des cours en "childhood education..."
Si vous avez d'autres questions, n'hesitez pas! Vous etes a NY?