Hi as you can see up there in the top right corner, we have started a Topffer blog. All students are welcome to come and talk about a subject that interests them.
Please like and add a comment to the episodes – a comment is worth a free joker!
Here’s our first one! –
The anglophone class enjoyed writing director’s notes for the script for this short film, and looking at examples like this. The idea came from the wonderful Jamie Kiddie.
Today we studied aerodynamics, aesthetics and the strange effect of a small rip in a piece of paper…
Once a month we eat together in room 9 and talk about our favourite books, in French, English, Russian, whatever language you prefer!
Last week we talked about how easy it is for American kids to just disappear on road trips in John Green’s books an abundance of Katherines and Paper Town.
Our next meeting is on June 4th, so come and join us! You can choose from any of the following books;
Qui es-tu Alaska?
100 jours en enfer
Oscar et la dame rose
Le livre de Stella Muhler
Cheval de guerre
Les momies de Cléopatre
You can also talk about your book that you read for your « fiche de lecture ».
See you there!
The A.E.P. anglophone students have been studying sports recently.
After looking at all the specialised equipment we need and how to describe the rules and objectives of different sports they went on to create their own.
Here’s my favourite, what do you think?
Today the anglophone class are writing haiku to celebrate Poetry Day,
Here is some of their work:
She’s a good teacher
She has a good writing
This is Mrs Harris
The scary and cold
forest which I went in was
Life is difficult
You need to trust in yourself
and stay who you are.
I was speaking in
class so I got detention.
It was horrible.
I avoided a
branch while skiing and got hurt
’cause I am clumsy.
Friends are really nice
but sometimes they let you down
but they are still your friends.
It’s Easter today
get some eggs in the garden
Now, go and get them!
When you go to school
You should always have your books
and to concentrate.
School is worth our time
It may not seem so, at times
but mum says it is.
Which is your favourite?
This week the anglophone class will be studying this poem about pronunciation.
What words do you find hard to pronounce?