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  1. Hello! Next year, my husband and I are planning a month long trip to France. My 9 year old daughter has been learning French for a couple of years, but I would like to spend some more time studying French History with her. Could anyone please suggest the best way for us to do this? We are midway through Story of the World: Ancient Times at the moment. Should we continue with Ancient times and study French history alongside it? Or put a pause on where we are at and focus on French History? Is there a specific Story of the World volume and dives more deeply into French history? And could anyone recommend any French history books/encyclopaedias that we could use as a ‘spine’ for us to study from? Thank you so much for your help, I really appreciate it!
  2. I've been using WTM for 16 years now and used to rely heavily on the WTM forum each year for research and planning purposes. But the last few years I've been pretty set in my ways--until now. DD wants to learn French and while it's obvious there are zillions of options out there, I'm a little overwhelmed at the thought of sorting through them all. What is your experience with curricula for high school French that is DVD, software or online (not just workbooks) and won't break the bank. DD has passing acquaintance with French as well as a year of high school Latin. Plan to study for 3 years.
  3. Has anyone had a dc attend the BYU French Summer Camp? If so, did they enjoy the experience and did they stay in the dorms? Would there be any issue if a student was agnostic?
  4. Can anyone recommend any French audiobooks, or favourite readers? I'm looking for children's books (translated are fine) read not too quickly, with not too thick an accent. I suppose I mean not too regional. I am adding some extra read-along time to build fluency this year.
  5. I'm looking for French programs to suggest to a friend. She has two children, age 9, fluent in Spanish and English, and plans to introduce French next year. Her own first language is Spanish. I've never used an FSL program since our house is already bilingual. Any recommendations?
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  7. I'm looking for French conversation practice for my 12, 15, and 18 yo. Don't need a full curriculum, more like an hour or two a week with native speaker to supplement our studies. Has anyone else found a good online resource?
  8. Dear Forum Folk, Note: WTMA Fall registration has closed, so subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook to receive announcements for spring registration! Did you know that our Well-Educated Minds program offers courses for adult learners year-round as an Independent Learning Module? This provides the opportunity for independent learning at your own pace. The Well-Trained Mind has been in the classical education business for over 15 years, providing homeschooling families with high-quality, ground-breaking resources that combine the best of the classical tradition with innovative teaching methods. In fact, more than half a million parents have successfully used the curricula, book lists, and methods of The Well-Trained Mind to teach their children at home. We’re excited to bring you the third year of the Well-Trained Mind Academy, with experienced instructors to further your ability to homeschool your children at middle school and high school levels of learning. We offer small class sizes, with live and delayed-recording courses to meet any schedule - including those seeking additional courses to augment a private, charter, or public school education. Full-year courses include writing (based on our successful "Writing With Skill" workbook series), math, science, music, history, literature, and now foreign languages. We also offer one-semester courses, including Study Skills, Socratic Seminar Discussion, Geography, Grammar, SAT exam preparation, physical education, and several levels of creative writing. Here's what our parents have to say: "My daughter is in the WTMA Algebra 1 class this year. She was so nervous... math was her least favorite subject. Oh, the anxiety it would produce! I have heard her exclaim that she loves math this year and her WTMA teacher is one of her favorites. (And I am wiping sweat off of my brow.)" "...in the past two weeks, our child has actually proclaimed that she is enjoying writing. Awesome!! She is much more focused, diligent and enthusiastic about tackling the assignments." "I've used other online schools. I can honestly say, WTMA has been the best experience!" Preview our courses to see how classical online learning works, then register soon. Classes began September 6th (recordings are available for any missed lectures) and are filling quickly! www.wtmacademy.com
  9. Any experience with IUOHS? I noticed they use Tarbak for earth science and Hewitt for IPC, so someone who knows what there doing may be there, somewhere. ;) I'm looking specifically at their geometry for next year: https://iuhighschool.iu.edu/courses/highschool/courses/9886 The course description says they teach some proofs, the exams are open-ended questions, and students need to show their work. The price is around $200/ semester. It's completely self paced (but only six months to finish a semester). I think this is exactly what we need, but I'd love to here of anyone who has used them. I'm also looking at their French b/c they go through French 3 and then the university has online French, Any experience? The cost is sure good, and dc prefers self-paced over live classes usually. Thanks!
  10. I am looking for a French I class that meets either AP or college credit requirements. Debra Bell's AIM Academy AP French I seems pricey to me. Has anyone here tried College Plus for high school AP courses? If you have suggestions for any online courses (the less expensive are appealing to me), would you mind sharing those with me? Thanks!
  11. Does anyone know or can listen and write down in French the lyrics to the Les Schtroumpfs cartoons? My daughter is trying to learn it in French and my ear isn't good enough. Youtube link to the song: Is that allowed? Merci!
  12. So my dd has decided that she wants to be a wildlife biologist, or maybe a wildlife photographer, and to live in Africa studying wild cats in their natural habitat. :huh: Help me design an awesome study/unit for her! What are great resources about wildlife biology/zoology focused on felines? African wildlife? Someone directed me to the Gorongosa Park PBS series, which looks totally awesome. Anything like that, any pre-made unit studies, or great books, or docos, or anything else would be great. And what about languages? It looks like between English and French, she could function in many African countries, although the official language of Mozambique (where Gorongosa is) is Portuguese. So maybe French is a good language for us to focus on. What are your favorite beginner French resources? I had French in high school so I can probably help her with beginning-level French. She is jazzed about learning French. She also wants to learn Swahili. As it turns out, Mango languages has Swahili! So she can knock herself out on that one. On her own! ETA: Oh, duh. Photography. Suggestions for a good starter camera that isn't too expensive? Any photography courses or resources that are appropriate for a 5th grader? ETAA: And yes, I realize that a 9 year old will probably change her mind. Older dd at this age wanted to be an entomologist. But the thing is, she's super excited about this, and that is rare for schooly things for this dd, so I want to run with it. I'm very comfortable in using topics she's passionate about to work on the skills she needs to develop in 5th grade . . . wherever it goes from there is just fine.
  13. I want to thank the board for the recommendation for an online French class. We just signed up for Language City Academy's French I class. I was referred to G3Online via this board but they didn't offer French 1A in the spring. They recommended I contact their teacher about online tutoring. The tutoring was out of our price range but he teaches another more reasonably priced class via Language City ($250 Jan-May online class, $195 for the webinar only). They need 3 more students to start the class, so if anyone's looking for an online french class for their middle or high schooler, it's an option. I have no experience to vouch for the class, obviously. I hope this is ok to post here. Thanks again. http://www.languagecityacademy.com
  14. My daughter just recently realized that the Words with Friends App now has the ability to play in some foreign languages so she has been challenging her brothers in Spanish and I have played in German against my son who is learning that. Any other ideas of games that can be played in other languages? I know you can get Bananagrams and Scrabble in foreign language editions.
  15. I will be starting French with my 7th grader this month. She has no prior background in foreign language (well, we did try The Easy French a couple of years ago and didn't care for it, so dropped it rather quickly) and I've only had 1 year of college French, in which they used FIA. My plan is to use FIA in high school because I found it quite effective and I do not easily learn foreign languages. The question is, what should I use for 7th and 8th grades? I will also be learning with her. I have narrowed down my choices to these three: Assimil French (which I cannot really understand what it actually teaches since I had to translate the page via google and it was, um, less than helpful), The Learnables French, and Breaking the Barrier French. The Learnables looks to be more visual and BTB and Assimil seem to be more audio. I believe all three are helpful in teaching the grammar portion. Is this correct? Which curriculum is best for eventually moving into FIA? Which one would give her - and I - the strongest foundation? Has anyone used one or two or all of them and can offer opinions? Thanks!
  16. I'm trying to motivate myself to speak French more often to my kids, but I need something to keep me thinking in French. What are good resources for watching and especially listening in French? Podcasts, online radio, audio books? TIA!
  17. I'm wondering if anyone has gone to France and attended a language immersion school for a few weeks? Dd 14 and I are thinking about it, but it seems like there are so many options. Dd hasn't had any French instruction yet (she's starting in the fall), and I had 3 years in college, but most of that is gone. I'm curious to see what schools might be good, and anyone's experiences there. Thanks!
  18. Dd is going to start a foreign language this fall, and while initially selecting Italian, I think she's going to end up with French due to the lack of hs Italian classes. I've been madly reading past threads and I'm really not sure which program is going to be the best for her. It looks like the following classes seem to be highly rated: - TPS - Debra Bell/AIM - Currclick/Mr. G - Classical Learning Resource Center Dd tried taking a TPS class this past year, and we were less than impressed with it. The teacher wasn't very good, she rushed through things, etc etc, so I'm not sure if TPS is going to be a good fit for us. That said, I *do* want a class that is very high quality, where dd can eventually get to fluency and speak/read/write well. We'd prefer a class where there was a lot of interaction and practice speaking, but at the same time, I don't want her to feel rushed through a class just so the teacher can get to the next lesson, if that makes sense. Dd is quiet and introverted, so I'm thinking a smaller class size might work best since she tends to not speak up and can get lost in a larger class. I'll stop rambling and hope that someone has some insight that will help. The classes are all a bit pricy, so I'd like to try to pin down those that would work best for us. Thank you!
  19. Does anybodu knows a French equivalent of this: http://m.bookdepository.com/Real-Writing-1-Edition-with-answers-Audio-CD/9783125345256 It is about writing in day-to-day situations: thank you notes, to fill in a form, a request etc. I need it for our French 8th grade exam
  20. Does anybody knows a French equivalent of this: http://m.bookdepository.com/Real-Writing-1-Edition-with-answers-Audio-CD/9783125345256 It is about writing in day-to-day situations, a thank you note, to fill in a form, a request etc. I need it for our French 8th grade exam.
  21. For those who used So You Really Want To Learn French 3, what did you use afterthat? I am considering to use SYRWTLF 3 for grade 8 and need another 3-4 years of French after that. I was wondering what other people used... :)
  22. TV5Monde It also has TV besides the classics (mostly high school level and above - sorry loesje! so I made a separate thread) Language learning sites: Bussu Babbel Joan
  23. Has anyone taken a French class online with Carole Adkins through Aim? I'm considering her French I class for next year, but I would love to hear some feedback on her class before signing up.
  24. Calvert used to offer supplemental Latin, and also other languages. Has anyone used these in past? If we find a used copy would it be helpful? I think the Latin program used Ecce Romani. Also wondering if anyone was aware why Calvert stopped offering languages several years ago. They are going to offer Spanish with the new middle school academy, but apparentlyu not as a supplement for other homeschoolers.
  25. OK-- thanks to everyone for replies and suggestions to help me plan for study abroad with my three boys-- we're here in France. Here's our blog: http://theshortstrip.blogspot.fr My curriculm blog is already up, but I would have liked to have seen how others organized a similar trip/semester abroad. I guess I'll blaze the trail and you can thank me later -- unless it all goes terribly wrong, then I'll know why I couldn't find more infromation about!
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