The French Club had such a wonderful time of getting better acquainted at our excursion to both the MFA and the Isabella Stewart Gardner museums. We enjoyed viewing the French Impressionist artwork and got to check out the rooms at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum. Edwidge Danticat, an author of one of our French III … More French Club visits the MFA and Isabella Stewart Gardner museums
This year, the World Language Department is excited to begin implementing the strategies that the Keys to Literacy program offers. Last year, BHS began working with Keys to Literacy trainers and the World Language Department discovered that the resources they have to offer complement our daily lesson plans in meaningful ways. Last week, Spanish teachers, Ms. … More Keys to Literacy kicks off in the BHS World Language Department
Señora Dacey and Profe DeSousa’s Spanish IV Juniors spearheaded an adventure through South America last week in the BHS Dance Studio. Along with the support of the BPS curriculum office, including Mr. Patrick Larkin and Mrs. Rosemary Camacho-DeSousa, we were able to rent a Giant Traveling Map of South America from National Geographic for two weeks this … More Map Adventures ~ BHS Juniors teach our Elementary Students
Yesterday, the BHS World Language Department celebrated the end of the school year with a picnic in Burlington’s Wildwood Park. Latin, French, and Spanish club members gathered in the park to enjoy various friendly and competitive Olympic-style games, including three-legged races, potato sac races, and simple “javelin” and “hammer throwing” events. The students and WL teachers … More World Language Picnic in the Park!
The French Club had a wonderful time mini-golfing this past weekend at the Merrimack Valley Pavilion in Tewskbury, MA. They played 18 holes! They had 2 students, Viviane and Jessie get a hole-in-one. Tyler Lynch’s father has often accompanied them on their excursions and he was one of the three winners. In addition to Mr. Lynch (Tyler’s father), … More The French Club gets a hole-in-one!
Coming to you all live from BHS Room 123 Spanish I class with Sra. Price. We had an array of assorted fine delicacies to top of today’s cuisine… we had authentically created meals as << arroz con pollo>>, <<gazpacho>>, <<enchiladas>>, << papas mexicanas>>, << taquitos>> << tres leches pastel / torta>>, etc. I was particularly … More Madame Price’s Spanish I Class celebrates el cinco de mayo
French III spends several weeks exploring Francophone literature, e.g, literature from North America, Europe, Africa, etc. We have just completed a series of stories from Frissons et chair de poule. Our American counterpart would be Goosebumps, a familiar book for teens. At our <<boum canadienne>> today, students made authentic Canadian recipes such as: une tourtière (pork … More Boum Canadienne