Explore the French-speaking world including its meaning, origins and manifestation in different continents and legacy in contemporary France.
This interactive webinar has been designed around the “French-speaking communities” theme of the French Continuers Stage 6 Syllabus. It will be delivered in French, and students will be invited to engage in activities during the session.
La Francophonie (the French-speaking world) will be explored in this webinar including its meaning, origins and manifestation in different continents and legacy in contemporary France. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the Live Q&A session.
This interactive webinar is suitable for Year 11 and Year 12 students enrolled in French Continuers / French Extension.
It is recommended to join the session from your computer rather than mobile phone, to participate in the interactive activities.
The 45 minutes webinar is followed by short 10 minutes information session about the Sciences Po dual degree program.
Dr Carolyn Stott is Senior Lecturer of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Sydney. Dr Stott has taught at universities in South Australia and NSW. Prior to undertaking a PhD in contemporary French literature, Carolyn taught in secondary schools in Adelaide and regional South Australia. Her career extends beyond teaching, incorporating international student exchange, translating and interpreting and festival and event management.
Will This Event Be Recorded?
ARTiculate webinars are recorded and will be available upon request or on our website few weeks after the event.
Joining The Event
Technology and Materials Requirements
Zoom (While you can join the webinar via Zoom web browser, Zoom desktop app offers more features and believed to have better audio and internet stability)
Some ARTiculate webinars include interactive activities. Participating from computer or laptop is highly recommended. Please refer to the event details for other requirements.
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