The BHS World Language Latin, Spanish, French, and Italian Club celebrated the end of wonderful school year at their second annual “picnic in the park” social event. This year, the picnic was held on the BHS sports practice field. The Spanish Club supplied a delicious assortment of finger sandwiches from Roche Brothers, while the Italian and … More World Language Clubs’ annual “picnic in the park” social event
Students in French II, III, and IV are gaming… they are preparing games. This activity accentuates Bloom’s Taxonomy of classification by: moving through the 6 tiers of Bloom’s Taxonomy by scaffolding using this tool for moving all levels of learning to higher levels of thinking honing in on active listening skills, speaking skills, writing … More French Students have fun gaming!
Today Mr. Arno, sophomore Gaia Arno’s dad, joined us in Italian IV to talk about Sicily, the Italian region where he was born and raised. Mr. Arno’s spoke to the class in Italian and his timely visit represented the conclusion of Italian IV unit on Italian history and geography. Mr Arno told students that “who … More Mrs. Hoerle’s Italian IV Class Welcomes a Guest Speaker
What better way to end a wonderfully warm week by challenging our skills at mini-golfing. Members of the French Club thoroughly enjoyed the competition at mini-golf at MVP in Tewksbury. Some of us, including our teacher, Madame Price got a hole-in-one. Of course, we headed to the 19th hole…. better known as the little café … More French Club gets a hole-in-one!
The World Language (WL) Department continues to implement many Keys to Literacy (KTL) strategies throughout the spring semester. Continuous collaboration within the WL Department highlights the success that many of us have been experiencing with various KTL templates and resources that support our learners’ organization, reading and writing skills in the language classroom. Most notably, … More Keys to Literacy’s top-down webs continue to support Spanish students in the BHS World Language Department
Members of the French Club and their friends tested their critical thinking and problem-solving skills in gaming. The competition was stiff, but a great time was enjoyed by all!
On Friday, March 10th BHS AP Spanish students ended the week-long National Foreign Language Week celebrations with a visit to the BHS cooking classroom. Students, along with the help of Señora Dacey, whipped up some delicious comida latina y española. Check out the photos below!