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French Café Wednesday

18 March 2016

We were very proud to host BVIS’ first French café which was organised and run by students in the intermediate French ECA. 

  • BVIS French club (1)
  • BVIS French club (4)
  • BVIS French club (2)
  • BVIS Hanoi French club  (3)
  • BVIS French club (5)
  • BVIS French club (6)

French Café Wednesday 16th March 2016

Some students have been learning French during their ECA for over a year and have reached a standard whereby they are able to have a basic conversation with a French speaker.

The students wanted to set up a café environment where they could converse in French with some of their teachers. Students in Years 7 to 10 demonstrated great leadership skills in designing the menu for the café, organising conversation cards and games, creating personalised invitations and providing decorations and music to create an authentic French ambiance.

When learning a language, it is always important to be able to learn about the culture and practise one’s speaking skills with another speaker. It also takes a lot of courage to do this. Students did a great job and we look forward to what they can create and achieve next time.

Merci beaucoup!

Mrs Debbie Murray Smith - EAL Coordinator