We are looking for American teachers who would be interested in an exchange between our two schools. Our students are aged 16 -17 and we would like to create an exchange on the following basis : French students spending 3 weeks in an American public school (attending classes, and staying in American families), and American students spending 3 weeks in La Varenne (attending classes, and staying in French families). La Varenne is located in the suburbs of Paris (15 minutes by RER train) . Our geographical location is a great opportunity for students who would like to discover Paris or work on a project around our capital city. We are looking for a public / lay school in the USA with motivated students willing to be part of the exchange.
Ages of Your Students (if Applicable)
Between 16 and 17
I've been teaching at Condorcet Highschool for 5 years, and along with another teacher we started working on a project about discrimination. This year our students are going to Washington DC and NY but we would like to create an exchange with American students and their families to bring something new to them. We feel that learning English at school is great, but there's nothing like a real experience abroad but we need Amercian teachers to make this project happen.
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