C’est le jour 1, celui qu’on retient
Celui qui s’efface quand tu me remplaces
Quand tu me retiens, c’est celui qui reviens(!!!)
These are the lyrics to the chorus of this song a lot of my students love. It’s called “Jour 1”, and it is sung by a French artist who uses the name Louane. She sings beautifully, and this song it fun, but I prefer her songs from the film “La Famille Bélier” – Michel Sardou really does have some great songs.
Anyway, we are doing a version of escape rooms as my departing gift to my students (the quarter ends tomorrow). I spent a lot of time putting them together these past couple weeks, and I had the upper level classes today – they went beautifully. Especially the French III was particularly awesome. ::big heart
Tomorrow is the French II and I turns at the escape rooms… I am nervous.
I so far have one helper from French III for each of the classes, and then three students in French II who will be moderators for the three sections/rooms.
For a class of 25, that still makes me a bit nervous…
However, I know that four boys will be home for French II (supposedly, anyway), which drops it to 22 total, and only 19 doing the puzzles… aka about six members per section – that sounds so much better.
I have a plan for how to make it all work – fingers crossed that it goes beautifully and flawlessly, that we all have a wonderful time, and that I give the boys an appropriately love-filled goodbye (I’m singing and playing ukulele for them for a specific blessing/prayer sort of song I love.
De la force!! ❤