Bilingual education for children is the future of education in New York City with many public
and private schools already realizing that future now. There are over 400 Spanish Dual Language
Programs, 7 French DLPs and countless others languages in the city but very few Downtown.
Why a Dual…Continue
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Teaching children the correct way to form letters is much more important than most people think. Children must learn to start at the top of the letter and end at the bottom right of the letter (in most cases). Using correct letter formation helps children write more quickly and more accurately.
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Quirky est une entreprise américaine basée à New York City et qui a officiellement lancée son mouvement en France en partenariat avec Auchan le 11 septembre dernier. Nous rendons l’invention accessible en développant et…
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we are beginning our 12 week Fall Semester - Adult French Classes!
Brooklyn & Manhattan locations - come join us!
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Ballet Preljocaj, the name of Angelin Preljocaj’s company based in Aix-en-Provence, France, pinpoints his stylistic roots. Yet his movement, while maintaining the elegant lines of ballet and an inherent structural grace, is hardly limited to the ancient dance form. Thematically, as well, the French choreographer ranges widely, from classic story to pure form.…Continue
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This ‘behind the scenes’ shot is of Moreen Tonny, an intern at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, who has been at the forefront of the ‘dual-language revolution’ in New York City.
Having emigrated from Haiti just three years ago, Tonny has been motivated by her personal experiences in Port au Prince, where she recalls the societal implications of…Continue
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Looking for a French Dual Language Kindergarten Program for your child next year? On Wednesday, November 13, from 9 to 10 am, join us for a school tour of P.S. 20 - The Clinton Hill School in Brooklyn. P.S. 20 currently serves grades Pre K through Grade 5, and offers wonderful cluster classes in the Visual Arts and Choral and Instrumental…Continue
It's as easy as A B C... isn't it?
We use the alphabet to imply simplicity, yet knowing the alphabet is crucial to your child's education. Letters are the building blocks of words and knowing the letters of the alphabet are the first step to learning to read, and your child will need to know the alphabet for using the…Continue
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As Rated SR - Socially Relevant Film Festival New York (www.ratedsrfilms.org) gets closer, and as we expand by welcoming new partners on board such as…Continue
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"Les joueurs de l'esprit" are presenting a series of small scenes in French with "follow along" notes in the program. Professional actors will perform pieces by Chevalier & Laspales, Ionesco, Pierre Dac and others on Friday 8th November and Saturday 9th evenings, and Sunday 10th…Continue
Bonjour NY is exited to offer Adult Lessons!!!
The Fall Semester begins next week - October 29th & 30th!
We offer a twelve week session -
evening classes from 6:30pm to 8pm - and
we accommodate all levels!
fee: $360 for the…Continue
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Most parents want their children to have good social skills. Without them, your child will not be able to make friends and so will not have a happy life at school or anywhere else. It's up to parents to help their child develop in this way - and toys and games can be good tools to use.
Even though physical and mental…Continue
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In New York City, there are 22,000 children living in homes where French is spoken daily. For many families, there are no available options for schooling their children in French, or helping them maintain their home language and their heritage. Together, we can create French-English Dual Language Programs (DLP) in public…Continue
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Preschoolers love to help. This makes them feel important and needed. They love to be productive and feel like they are making a contribution, in other words helping makes them feel special. When you think about it we all love to help. There is something about helping others that makes us feel better about ourselves. We…Continue
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The French Dual Language Program at MS 256, located on Manhattan's Upper West Side, is open to all students who are residents of Manhattan and applicants will be screened to establish their proficiency in both English and French. The program is open to participants of elementary school French Dual Language and Bilingual Programs as well as…Continue
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With Columbus Day shortly behind us, one can continue to thank him and his peers for the discovery of another beautiful country: following his location of other Caribbean islands, in 1493 Christopher Columbus reached Guadeloupe -- originally called Karukera (“island of beautiful waters”) by the Caribs.
Guadeloupians, who claim…Continue
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