Check out this Movenote video created by Madame Price. Her students spent long period today in the cooking classroom preparing some delicious grilled cheese sandwiches.
This semester BHS Spanish students have been collaborating in the classroom in order to record various Spanish conversations using different video and audio recording apps on the iPad. Recently, students recorded their conversations using Touchcast and Movenote. Check out their videos below. Touchcast video: How to cocinar una comida americana Touchcast video: El tiempo Movenote video: … More BHS Spanish students collaborate using Touchcast & Movenote
Here are some of Mrs. Price’s students’ cakes during our 2nd annual Cake off event at BHS.
On Friday, March 7th many Italian and French students created over 20 cakes for the “cake off” event. This year the French students won. Below are the winners from Mrs. Price’s French class.
Today, March 6th, 2014, Burlington High School’s Spanish and Latin classes competed in the 2nd annual Cake off event. The Spanish students submitted some impressive cakes this year. Unfortunately, there were no Latin submissions.
On Monday, March 3rd BHS’s first period Italian, Spanish, French, and Latin classes hosted a “Kick-off to National Foreign Language week brunch” in the cafeteria. Students prepared authentic cuisine from homemade tortilla española to pizzelles to pane con marmellata to empañadas…yum! Check out the photographs below taken by Profesora De Sousa.
The French IV students visited Burlington’s Marshall Simonds Middle School today. To celebrate “Foreign Language Week”, Mrs. Price’s French students learned the Aux Champ Elysees song and dance. After perfecting the dance steps, students taught the dance to the middle school French students.
By Kimberly Boyle, Emma Jones and Gregory Stringer On Friday February 7th, a group of Burlington High Schools junior & senior latin students visited the Marshall Simonds Middle School here in Burlington. They offered a multi-faceted presentation to the 7th and 8th grade Latin students about Latin study at the high school. First, the high … More Latin Club Members Celebrate a Busy February!