Journalism Competition for Your Classes
To celebrate the Semaine de la Presse à l’école, we’d like to turn your pupils into reporters. We’re inviting them to write their own articles to send us and we’ll publish our favourites on Speakeasy-News.
Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist
Mary Cassatt was doubly unusual within the school of Impressionism: as a woman and an American. An exhibition in Paris puts the spotlight on this lesser-known member of Degas’ school, and free class visits are available in English.
Peter Brook Production in Paris, Thonon and Clermont-Ferrand
Veteran British playwright and director Peter Brook’s new production is The Prisoner. It has opened in Paris before moving on to Thonon les Bains and Clermont-Ferrand.
Frederick Douglass: Civil Rights Pioneer
2018 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the most important figures in the fight for the abolition of slavery in the U.S.A: Frederick Douglass. Yet he is often unknown outside of America.

On you will find regularly published news stories of interest to teachers of English and their students. The latest politics and events, festivals and festivities, cultural commemorations, films, books, exhibitions and theatre. Transfer our news items directly into your classroom with our Teaching Resources. Speakeasy News is published by Editions Nathan.