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Le français, c'est fantastique!

For the 2016-2017 school year I will be teaching the following classes: Mr. Lowell, Mrs. McCoy, Ms. Evans, Mr. Avery, Mr. Handley and Ms. Byer.  

My goal is to make French as practical and fun as possible.  I know French class can be tough sometimes and in a rural area such as Lindsay it can be hard to understand the importance of learning a second language.  Through conversation, music, games, group work, role-playing, videos, pictures, reading and other interactive media we will do our best to improve our ability to communicate in French.

I am always available during lunch should you need any help or have any questions. I will be available after school until 4:15 every day for help in Room 18, just let me know in advance if you will be dropping in.

More comprehensive resources and lessons are available on Google Classroom. Each child has access to this online via their Board login. Students have been shown how to use the 'about' tab to access resources and know how to use the stream to find their daily work.

If you would like to meet with me to discuss your child's progress please feel free to phone me at the school.  If I am in class I will return your call as soon as I can.  Alternately, you can email me at robin.steffler@tldsb.on.ca




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Photos taken in Montreal during a SEVEC exchange with grade 8s in 2007
Maison St. Gabriel-where orphaned girls from France were brought to Montreal to populate the new colony in the late 1600'sChâteau Montebello-a beautiful log hotel outside of Montreal

Photos taken in France while I was on my honeymoon during the summer of 2010
The Moulin Rouge Cabaret in Paris, FranceL'Arc de Triomphe in Paris, FranceThe Eiffel Tower

Practice in French class so you don't end up looking as silly as these guys!
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