Vive le quatorze juillet! Long live the 14th of July! Pepper is back in France. This time for la Fête Nationale, the National Holiday, better known as Bastille Day in English-speaking countries. Learn with Pepper about the start of the French Revolution, the storming of the Bastille and the celebrations that followed in later years that lead to la Fête Nationale on July 14. Understand why Marie-Antoinette was accused of saying “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche,” let them eat cake, and why another day was called "La journée des brouettes," the day of the wheelbarrows. Pick up some French vocabulary along the way.
There is a detailed ten-page 'newspaper' for upper-middle and high school students, simpler booklets for younger students, and sheets for the youngest students to use. There are quizzes, a PowerPoint, a quick study guide and things to make and sing. Therefore this package can be used for those in Pre-K to Grade 10 or higher (or ages 3 to 15 or higher). The documents are in PDF, PowerPoint and Word so you can edit them.
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