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I have been working with teachers, educators and parents since the 1990s and together we have shared many innovative ideas. These ideas sought to transform obsolete tools and methods of teaching and learning into new ones. This has become a Leitmotif for me which I have pursued throughout my career. This platform - NewYorkinFrench.net - is a logical continuation. I owe it to the many educators who helped me become who I am. This platform is for them, and for the many inspiring French-speaking parents whom I have met in the last few years and with whom I have embarked in the "Bilingual Revolution".
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I have been fortunate to have had several of my books illustrated by the New York-based French artist, Raymond Verdaguer. I have always been inspired by his work and the beauty of his art. This blog post seeks to present this artist's unique technique and approach, and encourage readers to pay closer attention to his work.
Born of Catalan parents in a…Continue
Posted on February 13, 2019 at 5:30pm
173 schools, 94 cities, 34 states! These are the recent data on French dual-language immersion programs in the U.S. Most of the schools surveyed are public schools with a majority of them at the elementary level. While fewer secondary schools offer French dual-language education more states are now developing plans for creating…Continue
Posted on February 13, 2019 at 4:30pm
French artist Hervé Tullet has done it again! This time he has touched two school communities in Manhattan: P.S. 84 The Lillian Weber School of the Arts and Lafayette Academy (M.S. 256). Both schools boast a French dual-language program and now a beautiful collection of artworks painted by the entire community. Even an entire wall was unveiled, showing the…Continue
Posted on January 12, 2019 at 4:30pm
Episode #2 avec Ana-Inès Ansaldo qui non seulement parle 5 langues mais est aussi et surtout une chercheuse les plus réputées sur la plasticité du cerveau des personnes bilingues. Dans son laboratoire de l'Université de Montréal, elle a notamment montré que les bilingues résistent mieux aux maladies du vieillissment que les monolingues.
Ecoutez cet épisode sur…Continue
Posted on December 2, 2018 at 10:00am