¡Copas y Conversación!
¿Quieres charlar en español y conocer a otra gente divertida que quieren hacer lo mismo?
Ven a Margaritas (en Manchester) para el primer “Copas y Conversación” el 11 de febrero a las 3:30 hasta las 5 de la tarde.
Bonjour à tous,
I’m Tim Beaulieu a trustee at the Franco-American Centre in Manchester. I’m writing to inform you about our second annual Concours Vidéo de langue française – presented by the Euclide Gilbert French Language Foundation!
This is a one of a kind contest, open to all New England High School French students. It is a great opportunity for students to independently work on their French skills and apply what they are learning in your classroom.
How it works:
1) Create a 1-2 minute video answering the contest prompt
2) Post the video as a comment to official YouTube contest video
o Link will be available on our website in mid to late December: http://www.facnh.com/french-language-video-contest-on-youtube/
4) Comment is approved by contest moderator, and entry is accepted
5) An award celebration will be held during Francophonie month in March
We will begin accepting student on January 1, 2016 through March 1, 2016. The top prize for this year’s contest is $500!
For complete contest rules and details please visit: http://www.facnh.com/french-language-video-contest-on-youtube/
I have also included a short video for you to share with your students that gives a brief overview of the contest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyculYBfAYg
Program Committee Chair/Trustee
HELPFUL HINTS: SPANISH
Kahlo at the MFA: Michael Clauss
Kahlo - Dos mujeres
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has recently acquired "Dos mujeres", a rare painting by Frida Kahlo. It is one of only thirteen Kahlo paintings in the United States.
Remember that the McLane Family New Hampshire Student Membership Program allows New Hampshire students of all ages in public and private school, as well as those who are home schooled, to visit the Museum free of charge. To request a school group visit, please complete the museum's request form and indicate that you are visiting from a school in New Hampshire.
Here are two links with lots more information about the painting and the story behind it: