Bon Voyage: French Classes UN Trip in Photos

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Bon Voyage: French Classes UN Trip in Photos

Natalie Clay (center), a Staples French teacher, and August Laska ’13 (right) talk to Staples parent Tony Banbury from the U.N. (left).

Natalie Clay (center), a Staples French teacher, and August Laska ’13 (right) talk to Staples parent Tony Banbury from the U.N. (left).

Ben Goldschlager

Natalie Clay (center), a Staples French teacher, and August Laska ’13 (right) talk to Staples parent Tony Banbury from the U.N. (left).

Ben Goldschlager

Ben Goldschlager

Natalie Clay (center), a Staples French teacher, and August Laska ’13 (right) talk to Staples parent Tony Banbury from the U.N. (left).

Ben Goldschlager, Staff Writer

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On Thursday, April 4, French classes went on a field trip to the United Nations. The French students had the chance to see the General Assembly room and the Security Council room, highlights of U.N. tours. They also had the opportunity to listen to and question diplomats while practicing their French skills. The trip was for students in French classes level three and up, and it was organized by Natalie Clay, a French teacher, with help from Tony Banbury, the father of one of her French students who works at the U.N.

 

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