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By LaToya Dawkins
As human beings, there is an adrenaline power within us that is inexplicable. Ask the mother who lifted a car to save her trapped baby or the little girl who pushed her sister out of the way of a moving truck and lost one leg and broke a few ribs. Also, there is a daily power in us that allows us to make it through the day and function effectively even when we are mentally and physically exhausted. Then…Continue
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Je cherche une personne (AVEC EXPERIENCE D'ENSEIGNEMENT pour enfants) de langue maternelle francaise pour donner des cours de francais a mes deux enfants durant la semaine. Je voudrais commencer avec une heure puis augmenter les heures avec le temps. Personne doit etre dynamique et joyeuse et aimer les enfants.
Merci de me contacter au firstname.lastname@example.org
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By LaToya Dawkins
In my class, we read a book called The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle that explains how a very hungry caterpillar ate so much food to prepare for his transformation into his cocoon and then into a beautiful butterfly. It is a fun story that gets my students into counting and enthused about all the different types of foods he ate. It also goes through the four phases of the butterfly; the egg, larvae,…Continue
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En qualité d'auteur jeunesse, spécialiste de la petite enfance, je signe la préface d'une toute nouvelle collection de 4 livres CD chez " Eveil et découvertes " en partenariat avec l'émission de télévision LES MATERNELLES.
" COMPTINES ET BERCEUSES DE…Continue
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Carole Fredericks presentation by Connie Fredericks-Malone at l'internat d'Excellence de Sourdun et du lycée des Panevelles à Provins March 11 http://www.internat-sourdun.fr/internat/evenements/evenements.php
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Dear Francophone teachers and friends,
Many of you have expressed great interest in teaching in French dual language programs. We wish to announce that the faculty at Hunter College School of Education plans to add a French track to its Bilingual Education programs.
Based in New York City, Hunter College has offered the Master’s in Bilingual Education for Spanish-speaking teacher-candidates since 1983, as well an a bilingual extension for those who already…Continue
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As part of the 2011 "Mois de la francophonie", a gathering of over 200 partners, friends, sponsors and beneficiaries of the French Heritage Language Program attended its milestone "réception de l'amitié francophone" on March 15th at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy. They were welcomed by Antonin Baudry, Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy, and Jane Ross, President of the French Heritage Language Program's advisory board.
To the tune of cheerful live Haitian music…
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By LaToya Dawkins
I know a woman who battled with friendships her entire life but I remember the day that she realized the solution of her struggle, “In order to have a friend, you have to be a friend.” Friendships are solid relationships where those involved benefit from the constant exchange of communication, empathy, and love. In life, it is easy to gain a friend but twice as easy to lose a one. It is important that our…Continue
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Bonjour à tous,
Je suis une romancière de la Caraïbe, née en Martinique, vivant en Guadeloupe.
Pour avoir un aperçu de mes différentes activités, vous pouvez visiter mon blog et me laisser votre contact sur :
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La semaine dernière, nous avons reçu une enveloppe en provenance de France. Très curieux, les élèves de 1st grade ont lu le nom de leur école, l'adresse, la ville. Puis ils se sont intéressés à l'expéditeur : les élèves de CP de l'école Jules Ferry à Perpignan. Quelle joie!!!Ouverture de l'enveloppe, et découverte des lettres. Ils trépignaient d'impatience et voulaient tous lire la lettre envoyée par leur correspondant. Mais une…Continue
By LaToya Dawkins
Some of our preschoolers have the gift of talking, while others can go through an entire day without saying a word. Some learn how to talk before they learn how to walk and others after. Often times, parents are concerned if their children do not begin to talk at their expected age because being able to verbally express yourself is a sign of intelligence. Yes, talking is important but communicating…Continue
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