Saturday, June 25, 2011

E-PAL PROJECT: COMMUNICATION WITHOUT FRONTIERS

I borrowed the title Patricia Johnston used in her latest Kids' Factory newsletter, to refer once again to the excellent cooperative e-pal project Aniella Lebeau's students and ours managed to pull through! (You can read all about it here.) Having Aniella's permission, I have published an amazing photo showing all the French students who took part in the project.

Aniella's note: A group photo with my 2 year-7 classes.
Some students painted a French flag on their hands
and one girl, Ophélie, made a paper flag herself.


You can see Patricia's article in French above, explaining the purpose of this exchange and including various links to relevant blog posts and glogs.

There is also a link to her site where you can read our students' response to three questions Patricia asked them regarding their correspondence with their French peers. 


The interview is accompanied with photographs of all the participants, which is truly touching and will certainly serve as a valuable reminder of this experience in the future.


Thank you, Patricia and thank you, Aniella, for expanding my students' horizons as well as my own! What we have managed to organize throughout the year is exactly what teachers call 'a new learning experience' or 'a classroom without walls'.  


Be ready for more learning adventures in the year to come!
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