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Language is such an important part of our relationships to each other as humans, as well as our relationships to ourselves. It’s hard to comprehend what we lose when we lose language, precisely because it becomes much more difficult to express.
“An entertaining children’s picture book to encourage a love of mathematics." Come on a fun-filled journey with Hope the hedgehog, Mike the macaw, Leroy the llama and Tia the turtle as their teacher Ms Penguin shows them the beauty of mathematics!
150 years ago on Oct. 8, 1871, the most devastating forest fire in American history swept through northeast Wisconsin. Charles Mercier, a great-great-grandnephew of Father Peter Pernin, who in 1874 wrote a memoir published in French about the Peshtigo fire, has provided a new translation of the text and new material about the deadliest wildfire in U.S. history.
Podcast Révolution Bilingue
Rencontre avec Agnès Ndiaye Tounkara qui coordonne un programme scolaire unique en son genre, le French Heritage Language Program, destiné à des enfants francophones venus d’Afrique et d’Haïti, récemment arrivés aux Etats-Unis. Pour ces jeunes, la langue française est un atout de réussite scolaire et d’intégration.
Event - October 15, 2021
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