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THEMES AND TOPICS


1. Personal and Public Identities:

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Families and Communities / Social Relationships

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3. Beauty and Aesthetics

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4. Global Issues and Challenges

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5. Interdisciplinary / Stem

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6. Contemporary Life

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7. Communications And Media

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8. Career Connections

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1. PERSONAL AND PUBLIC IDENTITIES

Cultural Practices

  • http://www.pratiquesculturelles.culture.gouv.fr/index.php

Past and present results of cultural practices questionnaire and analysis of the data.


  • http://www.lyricstraining.com/play/10198/anonymous/petit_papa_noel

Website that teaches the lyrics to this Christmas song.

Demographics

Age, where I live, where I am from etc.

  • http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xy4bkd_dessous-des-cartes-demographie-francaise_tv

Video predicting where France will be demographically in 50 years.


  • http://www.ina.fr/video/CAB99028576

Video on the evolution of family.


  • http://www.audio-lingua.eu/spip.php?rubrique1

French videos about daily life.

Literature

Characters, Character Analysis, Gender Issues

  • http://wheatoncollege.edu/vive-voix/titres/

French literature read by native speakers.


  • http://athena.unige.ch/athena/admin/ath_txt.html

Access to downloadable files of French literature.


  • http://www.lepetitprince.com/

Official site of Le Petit Prince.


Nationalities and Ethnic Groups

  • http://www.academia.edu/1334706/Les_discriminations_et_lemergence_des_minorites_ethniques_en_France

Article on discrimination and ethnic groups in France.


Stereotypes, Alienation and Assimilation

  • http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/particuliers/N8.xhtml

Website that answers different questions foreigners may have on living in France.

  • http://www.mrap.fr/

Antiracism group website with many articles.


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2. FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES/SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

Citizenship Service

  • http://www.jeunes.gouv.fr/interministeriel/citoyennete/volontariat/

Website at which youth can explore opportunities to volunteer in different areas.

Education and School

  • http://www.education.gouv.fr/

Website that explains the French school system, the BAC and other education matters.

Family Members

Family Structure

  • http://cache.media.eduscol.education.fr/file/DGEMC/78/4/DGEMC_L_evolution_de_la_famille_219784.pdf

Document exploring the concept of the family and how it has changed/been defined.


  • http://www.ina.fr/video/CAB99028576

Video on the evolution of the family.


  • http://www.insee.fr/fr/themes/document.asp?ref_id=ip1339

Website that explores current views of family structure.

Holidays and Celebrations

  • http://sites.csdraveurs.qc.ca/musique/noel/

Canadian website with a musical countdown calendar for Advent.


  • http://www.france.fr/tags-fr/fetes-et-festivals

French government website listing some festivals and other information.


  • http://www.eglise.catholique.fr/foi-et-vie-chretienne/la-celebration-de-la-foi/les-grandes-fetes-chretiennes/les-grandes-fetes-chretiennes.html

Website with information on Catholic holidays celebrated in France.

Places in the Community (library, store etc.)

  • http://www.audio-lingua.eu/spip.php?rubrique1

Variety of videos about daily life in France.

Professions

  • http://www.lesmetiersdufroid.fr/index.php

Information on careers in refrigeration and cooling.

Social Relationships

  • http://www.audio-lingua.eu/spip.php?rubrique1

Variety of French videos about daily life.



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3. BEAUTY AND AESTHETICS

Architecture and Famous Monuments

  • http://www.notredamedeparis.fr/spip.php?rubrique1

Practical information about Notre Dame.


  • http://monumentsdeparis.net/

General information about the top Paris monuments.


  • http://loire-chateaux.org/

Everything you need to know about the Châteaux de la Loire.

Art

  • http://www.louvre.fr/

Information about le Louvre.


  • http://www.louvre.fr/en/visites-en-ligne

Virtual visits to various rooms in le Louvre.


  • http://www.musee-matisse-nice.org/

Virtual visit to Le Musée Matisse in Nice.


  • http://www.centrepompidou.fr/

Virtual visit to Centre Pompidou in Paris.


  • http://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/

Virtual visit to the Musée D’Orsay in Paris.

Artistic Heritage (folk art, crafts)



Dance

  • http://www.operadeparis.fr/en/

Information and schedules of the Paris opera house and ballet company. Could be used as interpretive reading for dates, times, events and types of dance.


  • http://www.operadequebec.qc.ca/francais/demystifier/historique.htm

  • http://www.operadequebec.qc.ca/francais/renseignements.htm

Information about the Quebec opera house, including schedules and history.

Fashion and Design

  • http://www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr/francais/

Fashion and couture museum website.

Film

  • http://www.cinema-francais.fr/index.htm

Website outlining the history of French cinema by year, including directors, producers, actors, the Cannes Film Festival and Césars.

Literature

  • http://www.languageguide.org/french/readings/

French literature. Includes short stories, poetry and jokes, read aloud, with vocabulary help. Can be used for interpretive reading and listening assessments, analysis and higher level literary interpretation or as an introduction to the analysis of literature.

Music

  • http://www.planetefrance.org/la-grille-des-programmes/

Streaming French radio, sans advertisements.

Physical Characteristics

Personality Traits

Colors

  • http://www.testdepersonnalite.net/

A 200-question online personality test. (Could be used as a starting point for a presentational speaking/writing about oneself.



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4. GLOBAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES:

GEOGRAPHY

  • http://www.learner.org/libraries/tfl/index.html

Videos about a variety of French cultural topics.

Animals

  • http://www.csrs.ch/tcp.php:

Short reading about the Tai Chimpanzee Project for the conservation of chimpanzees in Cote d’Ivoire. Could be used as an interpretive reading to launch a discussion about conservation projects and movements with which students are familiar.

Conservation

  • http://www.iucn.org/fr/propos/union/secretariat/bureaux/paco/programmes/paco_forest/

Website with information about forest conservation in France, including which animals and areas are threatened. For advanced students. Could lead to an Interpersonal discussion about progress vs. conservation.


  • http://www.csrs.ch/tcp.php

Short reading about the Tai Chimpanzee Project for the conservation of chimpanzees in Cote d’Ivoire. Could be used as an interpretive reading to launch a discussion about conservation projects and movements with which students are familiar.

Countries and Capitals

  • http://www.tv5.org/cms/chaine-francophone/programmes/p-74-s2-z73-lg-Editorial.htm

Videos on a variety of cultural topics from different regions of France.


  • http://www.tv5.org/TV5Site/jeunesse/quiz-500-4-capitales-du-monde.htm

Online videos and interactive games with information pertaining to world capitals and global news.

Current Events

  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/mafrance/flash/:

Twenty-four units of interactive videos and online activities about a variety of cultural aspects of France. Videos and transcripts can be used for Interpretive activity, follow-up Interpersonal discussions and Presentational writing or speaking project.



  • http://www.carla.umn.edu/cobaltt/lessonplans/search.php

Lesson plans about cultural topics.


  • www.tv5.org/TV5Site/7-jours/

Three video clips each week on current events, with transcriptions, online activities, and three levels of worksheets. Worksheets are Interpretive in nature, containing a discussion question as well as a writing or speaking topic.


  • http://pluzz.francetv.fr/depuis-l-etranger

Links to a variety of French TV shows.

Economic Issues

  • http://www.ecb.europa.eu/euro/html/index.fr.html




  • http://www.ecb.europa.eu/euro/html/eurocoins.fr.html

  • http://www.banque-france.fr/accueil.html

Banque de France and European Central Bank website. Shows the bills and coins of the euro, explains the graphics and signatures on the bills, and how to check whether they are counterfeit.

Education

  • http://www.jeunes.gouv.fr/

Website filled with practical information for the French student from junior high to graduation. Après les cours is a video describing after-school programs.


  • http://www.france.fr/etudier-en-france/le-systeme-scolaire-francais-de-la-maternelle-au-lycee

Clear graphic of school system in France from preschool through terminal degrees. Text could be used at any level for various depths of comprehension. Includes the school calendars for the three vacation zones in France. Great for lower level units on schools higher levels on education and culture.

Environment

  • http://www.goodplanet.org/

Website dedicated to raising public awareness about the environment. Download colorful posters on the forest, water, energy, sustainability and biodiversity.



Food

  • http://cantines.nice.fr/

Website that talks about nutrition and school lunches. Monthly menus for school in Nice. Cultural information on what schools in Nice are doing with lunches and health.


  • www.biocoop.fr

Website about organic products, including recipes and what makes something organic.

Governments

  • www.assemblee-nationale.fr

All about the French National Assembly. Includes videos.


  • www.gourvernement.fr

French government official website, with related links and documents.

Habitats

  • http://www.cite-sciences.fr/francais/ala_cite/evenements/ma-maison-ma-planete/

Home of “Ma maison, ma planete et moi.” Here at “A Chacun sa maison,” watch an animated film about housing in France and in the world. The site is colorful and interactive, with animations about making your home healthier and conserving water and energy in the home. Use across levels for Interpretive and Presentational tasks, such as designing your dream house or a house to meet a need of the population.


  • http://www.france-habitation.fr/spip.php?rubrique1948

Real estate website for HLM (public housing) in France. Can be used for housing vocabulary or for in-depth discussion of public housing and other social issues both in France and in the United States.

Human Rights

  • http://teachunicef.org/explore/topic/world-languages




  • http://teachunicef.org/sites/default/files/documents/child_labor_french_activity_sheet.pdf

UNICEF website. Discusses child labor around the world and how UNICEF is addressing this problem.

Immigration/Migration

  • http://www.histoire-immigration.fr/

National website on the history of immigration. Use with units on immigration, stereotypes and related topics.

Land Forms (lake, river, mountain etc.)

  • http://www.arte.tv/fr/nouveaux-murs/392,CmC=1959850,view=maps.html

Interactive maps from around the world.

Poverty

  • http://www.un.org/fr/millenniumgoals/

United Nations website on the goal to end poverty by 2015. Can be used to discuss whether such a goal is realistic and what one can do to help.

Social Issues (not previously listed)

  • ttp://www.msf.fr/

Doctors Without Borders. Information on various countries and the causes MSF addresses. Can be used as a Presentational activity in which students imagine themselves with the organization and write tweets for a five-day journal, with hashtag comments.

Transportation

  • http://www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca/documents/index.php

Canadian website for information related to driving. Videos, brochures, road rules.


  • http://transgironde.gironde.fr/index.asp

Website for transportation schedules near Bordeaux. Schedules, general information, traffic reports, ticket prices, trip planning. Can be used as a Presentational task in which students plan a trip to Bordeaux.


  • http://www.velib.paris.fr/

Official site for bike-sharing service in Paris. Can be used for discussion of bike-sharing in students’ location.



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5. INTERDISCIPLINARY/STEM

Weather

  • http://www.meteodesecoles.org/

Weather conditions at all the primary schools in the world.


  • http://www.clubmeteo.fsejmoulinbeziers.fr/

Website of the weather club at Jean Moulin High School that describes the weather in Béziers.


Numbers

  • http://villemin.gerard.free.fr/Wwwgvmm/Numerati/Bloc3.htm

Website for all things numerical.


  • http://jeux.lulu.pagesperso-orange.fr/

Provides sophisticated reading comprehension games to practice numbers. See the heading Autour du nombre.


  • http://www.unaf.fr/spip.php?rubrique245

Website of the Union Nationale des Associations Familiales. Can be used for practicing numbers by reading the Chiffre Clé de la Semaine in the DossierSocial et Economique and Demographie.



Calendar

  • http://lexiquefle.free.fr/calendrier.html

Site for practicing calendar vocabulary. Audio activities can be used to practice completing an agenda with dates and activities.


Time

  • http://horloge-parlante.orange.fr/

Website about the “Talking Clock.” Explains how to tell the exact time, how the Talking Clock was created and for what purpose. Listen to a video about why time changes in the summer and winter.

Art

Artists of the Target Culture, Artwork, Crafts

  • http://www.patrimoinevivantdelafrance.fr/index.php?page=artisanat

Website that celebrates the cultural heritage of France, Belgium, Algeria and other francophone regions. Videos about the art or craft of making bells, minting coins and creating a traditional French meal.


  • http://www.canalacademie.com/apprendre/.

Website of academic sound files and documents, including, “Les trésoirs intimes de Claude Monet,” with a sound file, transcript, vocabulary, comprehension activities and a forum.


  • http://www.monet2010.com/fr#/home/

Website of masterpieces by Claude Monet. Includes interactive activities.


Body Parts

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4FAz16x8Us.

YouTube “Jean petit qui danse” of a man dancing. Includes French narration with subtitles of which body part the man is moving.


Health

  • http://www.ecoles-en-sante.ch/data/data_274.pdf

Belgian PDF titled “Je vais bien à l’école.” Describes 70 activities for students to practice physical and mental well-being habits at school.


  • http://www.mangerbouger.fr/

France’s national healthy eating website. Includes videos and calendars of seasonal French fruits, vegetables, fish and cheese. Can be used for students to create menus, get advice about eating well and learn how to shop to eat well.


  • http://www.kino-quebec.qc.ca/qui.asp

Website from Quebec dedicated to the promotion of a physical lifestyle, which in turn promotes a healthy population of Quebecois. PDF files with graphics on healthy lifestyles, videos with a Quebec accent and 130 ideas for physical activities.


  • http://www.kino-quebec.qc.ca/lunch.asp?saison=a

Quebec website that has many nutritional ideas for lunch. Includes the health benefits of maple syrup.


Fitness

  • http://www.kino-quebec.qc.ca/qui.asp

Website from Quebec dedicated to the promotion of a physical lifestyle, which in turn promotes a healthy population of Quebecois. PDF files with graphics on healthy lifestyles, videos with a Quebec accent and 130 ideas for physical activities.


  • http://www.olivet.fr/sports-culture-loisirs/activites-extra-scolaires/stages-ete-328.html:

Website for summer camps in Olivet. Includes brochures.


Healthcare

Ethical Considerations

  • http://www.social-sante.gouv.fr/

Official website of the French Minister of Health. Includes related links, documents and videos.


  • ttp://www.msf.fr/

Doctors Without Borders. Includes information on various countries and causes of the organization.


History

Historical Figures, Historical Sites, Timelines, Historic Events

  • www.histoire-france.net

Website devoted to the history of France from antiquity to today. Includes information about people, places and events pivotal to these time periods. Images are based on primary sources. Timelines and quizzes are also available.


  • http://www.canalacademie.com/apprendre/fiche.php?id=90.

Academic website that includes mp3 files and documents about the secrets of the Chauvet caves.


Home Economics

Menus, Cookbooks, Food

  • http://www.lamerebrazier.fr/

Website of the restaurant La Mère Brazier located in the restaurant district of Lyon. The site offers a look at classic French cuisine, including menus and photos of the dishes and gourmet gift boxes.


  • http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/fr/RL/00437.

Video of a large French family participating in the organization, shopping, preparation and consumption of meal.


  • http://www.canalacademie.com/apprendre/themes.php?id=10.

Academic website with sound files and documents ready for use in the classroom, including one on the therapeutic uses of chocolate.

Literature

Literary Genre, Literary Text Elements, Characterization, Literacy

  • http://www.canalacademie.com/apprendre/.

Academic website sound files and documents ready for use in the classroom, including one about Uderzo and Goscinny in the world of Bandes Dessinées.

Mathematics

Geometric Shapes, Statistics

  • http://therese.eveilleau.pagesperso-orange.fr/

Interactive math games for young and old, math-themed stories, optical illusions and geometrical paradoxes.



  • http://jeux.lulu.pagesperso-orange.fr/

Sophisticated reading comprehension games to practice mathematics.


Music


  • http://1jour1actu.com/culture/deviens-incollable-sur-la-pop-music/

Website for learning about pop music. Includes videos and a quiz. Can be used for making cultural comparisons.



Science and Technology

Technological Advances, Technology Skills, Access to Technology, Science Experiments, Astronomy, Biomes, Anatomy and Physiology,

Personal Technologies


  • http://www.canalacademie.com/apprendre/

Academic website with sound files and documents for science, including one on what our planet might look like in 2030 and what we will be eating then.


  • http://www.cea.fr/jeunes/espace-enseignants

Website filled with science activities, animations explaining the atom and posters and booklets for reading comprehension activities.


  • http://www.astrojuniors.fr/

Student website of the French astronomy association. Includes reading activities, graphics and many hands-on activities for the astronomer in your classroom.


Social Studies

Landmarks, Maps, Imports, Exports

  • http://www.in-terre-actif.com/149/activites_a_faire_imprimer.

Interactive games and high-quality graphics about countries of the world.


  • http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/cgKidsAtlas/francais/geographie.asp

A Canadian-accented animatrice talks about the geography of Canada.


  • http://www.atlas-francophone.refer.org/

Colorful website with number-related facts about various countries, including time, temperature, area of arable land, and length of borders.


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6. CONTEMPORARY LIFE

Clothing

  • http://www.ciel.fr/apprendre-francais/jeux-classe/Jeu-francais-vocabulaire-vetements.pdf

Website featuring a complete lesson plan with directions and visuals to help beginning French students learn clothing vocabulary. Students can practice both speaking and listening by playing a game. Students can also practice working in groups to win.

Current Events

  • http://www.tv5.org/TV5Site/7-jours/

Three news videos about current events every week. Includes transcripts, videos and interactive online activities.

Education and Career

  • http://www.jeunes.gouv.fr/

Website filled with practical information for the French student from junior high to graduation. Examples include Après les cours, a video describing after-school programs.

Career Connections

  • http://www.jeunes.gouv.fr/

Website devoted to all things “career” in France. Examples are finding jobs (with or without a BAC); internships and summer employment; practical information related to employment, e.g., paying taxes, starting a business and responsibilities accompany self-employment.

Entertainment

  • http://www.arte.tv/guide/fr

A variety of music, movie and art videos.


Hobbies and Pastimes

Activities

Things I Like to Do

  • http://www.ctf-fce.ca/documents/Resources/fr/MERP/kidsfrench.pdf

Website explaining a study completed by the Canadian Federation of Teachers. The goal of this study was to collect and interpret the role of media in the lives of young Canadians. Includes graphics that show leisure time activities.


  • http://www.olivet.fr/sports-culture-loisirs/activites-extra-scolaires/stages-ete-328.html

Website for summer camps in Olivet.


Housing

  • http://www.cite-sciences.fr/francais/ala_cite/evenements/ma-maison-ma-planete/ Colorful interactive website of “Ma maison, ma planète et moi.” Includes “A chacun sa maison” an animated film about housing in France and in the world. The site also has animations about making a home healthier and conserving water and energy in the home.




  • http://www.logementintergeneration.org/pages/index.html

Website devoted to a new phenomenon in France and Belgium, Intergenerational housing. Information about how young people can contract to live with the elderly in exchange for help around the house Students can practice completing forms by clicking on the “documents to print” tab.


Life-Related Decisions and Goals

  • http://www.unicef.be/fr/project-belgium/campagne-educative?gclid=CJmIk6eP0LgCFctAMgodEwkA1w

Lessons on the theme of the right of children to receive an education. Participate in UNICEF Belgium’s action to bring education to rural schools in the world. Six well-explained activities filled with color images and graphics provide a good starting point for discussions on education across subgroups, locally and globally.


Popular Culture

  • http://1jour1actu.com/culture/deviens-incollable-sur-la-pop-music/

Website for learning about pop music. Includes videos and a quiz. Can be used for making cultural comparisons.

Travel

Tourism

  • http://www.parisinfo.com/ou-sortir-a-paris/infos/guides/sortir-en-famille-a-paris

Website featuring information for planning a family trip to Paris.


  • http://fr.ambafrance-us.org/

Official site of the French embassy in the United States. Can be used to begin a discussion of why one would have need of the embassy in a foreign country.


  • http://france.usembassy.gov/

Official site of the United States embassy in France. Important site for anyone wishing to travel to France.


  • http://in-terre-actif.com/2010/uploads/RITAPosts/tiny_mce/guide_tourisme_responsable.pdf

Teacher’s PDF for a lesson on responsible tourism.


  • http://in-terre-actif.com/2010/uploads/RITAPosts/tiny_mce/fiche_tourisme_responsable.pdf

Students’ PDF for a lesson on responsible tourism.



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7. COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA

Advertising

  • http://www.lespetitsdebrouillardsbretagne.org/IMG/pdf/educomedias.pdf

Teaching resource created by educators from Bretagne to instruct students about the media. See instructions for nine activities. L’Histoire du mouton guides students through an activity demonstrating the relevance of an image to an article.


  • http://www.ctf-fce.ca/documents/Resources/fr/MERP/kidsfrench.pdf

Study completed by the Canadian Federation of Teachers. The goal of this study was to collect and interpret the role of media in the lives of young Canadians.


  • http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/fr/impliquer_suggestions.htm

Website of “Activities pour les étudiants et les jeunes” for several learning activities based on the media, including deconstructing the cover of a magazine.


  • http://www.in-terre-actif.com/37/trousse_pedagogique_sur_l_education_aux_medias#toc7

Teacher’s tool kit for teaching about the media. Includes “Une image vaut 1000 mots” and “Comment interviewer.”

Bias in the Media

  • http://www.lespetitsdebrouillardsbretagne.org/IMG/pdf/educomedias.pdf

Teaching resource created by educators from Bretagne to instruct students about the media, including instructions for nine activities and much more. L’Histoire du mouton guides students through an activity demonstrating the relevance of an image to an article.


  • http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/fr/impliquer_suggestions.htm

Website of “Activities pour les étudiants et les jeunes” for several learning activities based on the media, including deconstructing the cover of a magazine.

Censorship

Sensationalism in the Media

  • http://www.lespetitsdebrouillardsbretagne.org/IMG/pdf/educomedias.pdf

Teaching resource created by educators from Bretagne to instruct students about the media, including instructions for nine activities and much more. L’Histoire du mouton guides students through an activity demonstrating the relevance of an image to an article.

Global Perspective

  • ttp://www.msf.fr/

Website of Doctors Without Borders Includes information on crises in various countries and the problems the organization addresses.

Internet Messages

  • http://www.clemi.org/fichier/plug_download/7448/download_fichier_fr_ji_international.pdf

Website of research conducted by a French and Belgian pair who studied the relationship between youth and the Internet. The paper is filled with information in the form of nonliterary text, graphics and quotes from the interviewees. Can be used as a resource for AP French.


Mail/Letters

  • http://www.laposte.fr/

Website of the French Postal Service.


  • http://www.canadapost.ca

Website of the Canadian Postal Service.


Radio/TV/Movies/Theatre

  • http://www.radio.fr/

Website with more than 7,000 radio stations across the world.


    • http://www.consulfrance-montreal.org/spip.php?page=mobile_art&art=58

Website filled with basic information about culture and leisure time. Great site to practice numbers while gaining perspectives on how francophone people spend their time.

Social Media

  • http://www.enssib.fr/bibliotheque-numerique/document-56863

“Everything you wanted to know about social media but don’t dare to ask” is a great tool to explain this topic and to learn up-to-date vocabulary.



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8. CAREER CONNECTIONS

    • http://www.onisep.fr/Ressources/Univers-Metier/Metiers/journaliste/

Watch a video or read about the skills needed to be a journalist.

    • http://www.afij.org/

Website for young graduates to find internships or their first job. Links with job openings, business, BAC requirements, military, if you are disabled.

    • http://www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr/francais/accueil-292/bandeau-navigation-superieur/francais/l-institution/emploi-et-stages

Internships available at a Fashion House in Paris.

    • http://www.lesmetiersdufroid.fr/agefos-passport/passport-cv.php

How to organize a European CV. Students could write their own CV (real/imaginary).

    • http://www.institut-metiersdart.org/metiers-d-art

Website listing potential art careers.

    • http://www.lesmetiersdufroid.fr/index.php

Careers in refrigeration / cooling. Practice interviews or applying for a job.



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THEMES AND TOPICS





1. Personal and Public Identities


Cultural Practices

Demographics

Age, where I live, where I am from etc.

Literature

Characters, Character Analysis, Gender Issues

Nationalities, Ethnic Groups

Stereotypes

Alienation and Assimilation




2. Families and Communities/Social Relationships


Citizenship Service

Education, School

Family Members

Family Structure

Holidays and Celebrations

Places in the Community (library, store etc.)

Professions

Social Relationships




3. Beauty and Aesthetics


Architecture, Famous Monuments

Art

Artistic Heritage (folk art, crafts)

Dance

Fashion and Design

Film

Literature

Music

Physical Characteristics

Personality Traits

Colors



4. Global Issues and Challenges


Animals

Conservation

Countries and Capitals

Current Events

Economic Issues

Education

Environment

Food

Geography

Governments

Habitats

Human Rights

Immigration/Migration

Land Forms (lake, river, mountain etc.)

Poverty

Social Issues (not previously listed)

Transportation




5. Interdisciplinary/Stem


Weather, Numbers, Calendar, Time

Art

Artists of the Target Culture, Artwork, Crafts

Body Parts

Health, Fitness

Healthcare

Ethical Considerations

History

Historical Figures, Historical Sites, Timelines, Historic Events

Home Economics

Menus, Cookbooks, Food

Literature

Literary Genre, Literary Text Elements, Characterization, Literacy

Mathematics

Geometric Shapes, Statistics

Music

Science and Technology (Technological Advances, Technology Skills, Access to Technology, Science Experiments, Astronomy, Biomes, Anatomy and Physiology)

Personal Technologies

Social Studies

Landmarks, Maps, Imports, Exports



6. Contemporary Life


Clothing

Current Events

Education and Career

Career Connections

Entertainment

Hobbies and Pastimes, Activities, Things I Like to Do

Housing

Life Related Decisions and Goals

Popular Culture

Travel

Tourism




7. Communications and Media


Advertising

Bias in the Media

Censorship

Sensationalism in the Media

Global Perspective

Internet Messages

Mail/Letters

Radio/TV/Movies/Theatre

Social Media



8. Career Connections

Websites related to careers and 21st-century skills

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Ohio Department of Education, June 2014



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