Dear All

I'm teaching middle school French in a private school in Macon, GA. I'm looking for a partner school for my students to practice French with via skype and blogging for example. Our school year just started and these are just ideas but ones that I think can enrich our students' learning experience. It would be great to hear from anyone and words of advice are more than welcome.

Thanks
Nathalie

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I think I might be able to help. There is an excellent French teacher at my school who is starting to blog and might be interested in setting up something with you. She teaches all levels (elementary-high school). I will ask her if she is interested. Will you email me your contact information?

John Sowash
jsowash [at] southfieldchristian [dot] org
I have a middle school French teacher that is interested as well. How can i contact you?

Doug Walker
dwalker(AT)jefftwp(dot)org
Hi everyone,

We are from Northern Vermont (near the Quebec border)
We are also looking for collaboration with other French classes.
Our studens are middle school students.
We are definitely interested in any collaboration.
One thing we can offer as collaboration is some insight to being a border state to Quebec. Might be some interesting part of the collaboration.


We are also in search for anyone who has taught any French classes online or any component of a French class on line to help us develop some online learing modules to supplement a middle French class (level of the class would be high school French 1) (There is a possibility that some funding could be involved for this part)

If you know anyone who might be interested, could you contact me at delabruerel at fcsuvt dot org
I am looking for high school French classes to communicate via skype.  OR real Francophones who my be interested.

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