Vivian Maier’s extraordinary photos of New York and Chicago streets, portraits and self-portraits, were discovered by chance in 2007. A selection is currently on show at the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris and we’d like to challenge your pupils to write stories inspired by the images. This competition is now closed. Thank you so much … Continue reading “Creative Writing Competition: Vivian Maier’s Photography”
Thank you to all of you who answered our poll about which of the oeuvres intégrales for Terminale LLCER you would like a Reading Guide for first. And the winner is… The Buddha of Suburbia (1990) by Hanif Kureishi, a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story about a boy with an English mother and Pakistani father growing up … Continue reading “The Big Reveal: Our Next Reading Guide Will Be…”
Venez assister aux conférences, débats et présentations pour découvrir de nombreuses innovations pédagogiques et échanger avec des enseignants et formateurs lors du Congrès Innovation en Éducation les 2 et 3 octobre. Assistez aux conférences et débats en présentiel ou en ligne. Sophie Martinez, la créatrice de la mallette de jeux Still English, participera à un … Continue reading “Innovation en Education”
If you teach in collège, you might like to sign your pupils up for an original multilingual story competition. It asks classes to write a story using elements of languages other than French. You need to sign up by 30 September 2021 but then you have till 8 March to send in your project. . … Continue reading “Multilingual Story Competition for Collège Classes”
If you’re tempted to use more games in your classroom but aren’t completely sure how, listen to a colleague describe how she uses the Still English game pack with her collège classes. Isabelle Brothier teaches English in a collège de Charente, and has used many of the Still English games with different class levels. She … Continue reading “Teachers Talk: Using “Still English” Games in the Classroom”
So you’ve heard of our Escape Games pack, but what does it really look like? We reveal all in this short video!
If you have a language assistant in your school this year, make sure they know about the handy, downloadable guide for assistants produced by France Éducation International. It’s packed full of information about the school system and French administration with everything from social distancing rules in class to advice about finding accommodation. A first section … Continue reading “A Guide for your Language Assistants”
One new book has been added to the programme limitatif for LLCER anglais: Carson McCullers’ The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1940). McCullers is often associated with Southern Gothic, along with authors like Tennessee Williams, William Faulkner and Harper Lee. The author was born Lula Carson Smith in Georgia in 1917. The Heart is a … Continue reading “Carson McCullers on the LLCER Reading List”
Which books and films are you planning to teach in LLCER anglais next year? This year for Terminale, we published six Reading Guides. There are three works left on the list. We are planning to publish a guide on one of them in the autumn, which would you prefer? This year we published guides on … Continue reading “Vote for Your Next Reading Guide!”
In our series of author videos presenting our Reading Guides, here’s To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee presented by its author Lynda Itouchène. Find out more about the guide on the site compagnon.