In Italian IV and V, students study different facets of Italian art. While the Italian IV curriculum focuses on Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art, Italian V explores different modern art movements. In December, both Italian IV and V classes went to the MFA to see first hand paintings and sculptures from the periods and art … More BHS Italian Students Study Art
What happens when you have a room full of language teachers along with one of the country’s leading presenters of teaching languages actively? Non-stop excitement, laughter, and, most importantly, learning. That was the goal of the World Languages Department’s professional development workshop with the operator of the Indwelling Language website and its services, Mr. Justin … More It’s a home run for Burlington language teachers and their Professional Development day on 11/30!
This year, the BHS World Language department continues to collaborate and share best teaching practices. Specifically, we have maintained an ongoing effort to integrate resources from the Keys to Literacy program to reinforce students’ summarizing skills. In Profe De Sousa and Mrs. Dacey’s AP Spanish class, students read a fragment of Three Heros (Tres héroes) … More Keys to Literacy update from the WL Department
This post originally appeared on Mrs. Hoyt’s Classroom Blog. We Have New Amigos! Written by Mrs. Hoyt Our day included practicing social graces with new friends! Burlington High School AP Spanish students visited us! We greeted one another in English and then in Spanish. What happens when you bring a room full of 5 and … More AP Spanish students visit Mrs. Hoyt’s Kindergarten class at Pine Glen
Yesterday afternoon, Spanish Club members enjoyed an “all you can eat Taco Tuesday” meal at Margarita’s restaurant in Lexington. Throughout the meal, students had fun engaging in a Spanish Trivia game. The winners were sophomore, Bridget C., and senior, Joel H. Spanish Club continues to offer students exciting opportunities to meet new friends and have … More Spanish Club social at Margaritas
French V Students from Mr. Maguire’s class went to the Early Childhood Center on Friday to teach Margaret Smith’s Preschool class some French numbers, colors, and common body parts. The French students from BHS then led the class in “Frère Jacques.”
Currently, 14 BHS Italian students, accompanied by BHS Italian teacher Signora Gentile and BHS Associate Principal Mr. Sheehan, are visiting Cles, Italy to participate in the Italian Student Exchange program. Stay informed on their fabulous trip abroad through the Italian Exchange Blog, which features some beautiful pictures of their recent excursion to Venezia, Italy.