Bonjour, I'm a French high school teacher in New Jersey looking to collaborate with a school in a francophone country. My students' levels are novice - intermediate low. We don't have access to field trips so this exchange will be an excellent way for students to experience interacting with peers from other parts of the world.
Ages of Your Students (if Applicable)
I was born in Haiti, schooled in France for 17 years and now living and working the United States of America for the past 15 years. I'm a global citizen!
A global citizen like yourself, I would love to get in touch and get our students to communicate (I have lived around the globe: born in the US, part of my childhood in Europe, part in America, lived in Japan, France and Italy, and have been teaching English for the past 10 years...). My students are between the ages of 15-18 so it could work out perfectly.
I have 2 classes of "secondes" so they are the equivalent of sophomores between 14-16 years old; two classes of "premières" between 15-17 and a few "terminales". I could get the exchange going with my secondes, that would total around seventy student (for a mail exchange). How does that work out for you?
On my end we are about to go on holiday for two weeks, but we could get that going the last week of February.
Ah c'est super Coren! J’ai un total de 71 étudiants de disponible. J'ai aussi un de mes collègues qui est intéressé si vous voulez inclure tous vos étudiants.Voila mon email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Mon école utilise Google classroom et la direction encourage fortement l’usage de la technologie. Donc par mail voulez-vous dire « email » ? La fin de février marche pour moi ! Mes élèves vont être super contents.
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