A week-long celebration to play in French thanks to the teachers of French

The American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) founded in 1927, is the largest national association of French teachers in the world with nearly 10,000 members. From their headquarters in Southern Illinois University, they proposed a National French Week across the United States. From November 8th to the 14th, all Francophones are invited to take French out of the classroom and demonstrate all the reasons to learn French: cooking classes, crafts, sports and sciences.
Seven days for seven themes, follow the leaders and offer a learning environment while having fun!

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The AATF is pleased to announce its organization of the twelfth annual National French Week. This week-long celebration of all things French will take place in schools and communities and AATF chapters across the U.S. from November 8th-14th 2012.

All Francophones are invited to take French out of the classroom and demonstrate all the reasons to learn French.

Here are the themes: one for each day of French Week

To know more, log on to: http://www.frenchteachers.org/nfw/Default.htm


Article published Nov. 7, 2012.

Dernière modification : 08/11/2012

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