Your Students Have Talent: To Kill a Mockingbird

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 17 June 2022 > Pedagogy

It’s always lovely to see students’ work. Here are some posters 1re LLCER students created to persuade other students to read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, which they had studied.  These wonderful posters are by pupils at Lycée Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sarcelles (95). Thank you Yasser, Lotan, Ilian, Elyes, Christelle, Wendy, Yasmine, Swéta, Camélia, Koudedji, … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: To Kill a Mockingbird”

Your Students Have Talent: Chicago Swing

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 12 May 2022 > Pedagogy

And in our series Your Students Have Talent, here are three excellent song lyrics written for Shine Bright Terminale Short File 20 Chicago Swing, considering how the city of Chicago uses music as a means of inclusion in a very multicultural urban space. Thank you to  Lounès, Flavie and Rosalie for their excellent lyrics. Lounès: … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: Chicago Swing”

Your Students Have Talent: Standard English

Posted by Speakeasy News > Wednesday 13 October 2021 > Pedagogy

And in our series Your Students Have Talent, here is just a small sample of an amazing discussion by students studying Shine Bright AMC SnapFile 12 Standard English, about the status of English alongside other languages in the world today. The Terminale students from Lycée Bellevue in Le Mans were participating in the final task … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: Standard English”

Your Students Have Talent: Masked Self Portraits

Posted by Speakeasy News > Wednesday 13 October 2021 > Pedagogy

We always love to see your students’ work. Adeline Paget sent us photos of her 6e students who did the masked self-portraits activity we suggested. The students from Collège Albert Camus  La Norville made the folded self portraits showing themselves masked and unmasked and including self-describing adjectives, and then displayed them on the doors of … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: Masked Self Portraits”

Your Students Have More Talent: Masters and Servants

Posted by Speakeasy News > Tuesday 04 May 2021 > Pedagogy

Your students seem particularly inspired by the final task in a sequence from Shine Bright Terminale:  File 4 Masters and Servants: writing a diary entry for one of the household of an aristocratic British home. This is the second set of entries we’re publishing.   In this sequence,  in Axe 2 Private Space and Public Space, … Continue reading “Your Students Have More Talent: Masters and Servants”

Your Students Have Talent: Masters and Servants

Posted by Speakeasy News > Wednesday 17 February 2021 > Pedagogy

It’s always lovely to see students’ work. Here are some diary entries pupils wrote as their final task in a sequence from Shine Bright Terminale:  File 4 Masters and Servants. In this sequence,  in Axe 2 Private Space and Public Space, students considered to what extent private and public spaces are codified by British society. … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: Masters and Servants”

Your Students Have Talent: United Colours of Harlem

Posted by Speakeasy News > Sunday 24 November 2019 >

We always love to read students’ work. Here are some poems pupils wrote as their final task in a sequence from Shine Bright 2e: File 1 United Colours of Harlem. In this sequence,  in Axe 3  Le village, le quartier, la ville, students discovered Harlem and considered what makes it such an inspiring neighbourhood. As … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: United Colours of Harlem”

Your Students Have Talent: War Will Not Tear Us Apart

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 10 October 2019 > Pedagogy

We always love to read students’ work. Here are some poems pupils wrote as their final task in a sequence from Shine Bright LLCER:  File 5 War Will Not Tear Us Apart. In this sequence for Première LLCER,  in  the theme Rencontres Axe 1  L’amour et l’amitié, students considered how World War I intensified human … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: War Will Not Tear Us Apart”