Biweekly news summaries for French students: February 26, 2017

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IN THIS ISSUE:
• Le français paw-paw : un dialecte francophone en voie de disparition
(Personal and Public Identities / Language and Identity)

• Le Carnaval : une tradition unique, des pratiques différentes
(Contemporary Life / Holidays and Celebrations)

• Mardi Gras : Pourquoi est-ce qu’on ne mange pas de « King Cake » en France ? (Contemporary Life/ Holidays and Celebrations)

• Élections présidentielles françaises : Marine Le Pen en tête des sondages (Personal and Public Identities / Beliefs and Values)

ABOUT:
LE PETIT JOURNAL FRANCOPHONE is a biweekly publication that provides comprehensible news summaries from French speaking countries to students. The target reader for this publication is a Novice student in his or her first or second year of French. Teachers of Intermediate students may use this product as a scaffold to an authentic news article on the same topic. To facilitate further exploration of a news topic, each issue also contains links to authentic articles.

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