La Fayette : Catalogue en ligne - L'art des États-Unis dans les collections publiques françaises (1620-1940)

Ce catalogue bilingue regroupe plus de 1 700 œuvres d'artistes américains, de tous les domaines artistiques (hormis la gravure et la photographie) ayant intégré les collections nationales françaises et produites avant 1940. Chaque œuvre est étudiée sous la forme de fiche individuelle. A ce catalogue s’ajoute une étude historique et thématique sur l’art des Etats-Unis et les relations avec la France ainsi qu’une bibliographie française, une sélection d'œuvres significatives, une chronologie et différents renseignements biographiques que vous pourrez exploiter en classe de français.

Frantastique

Apprenez le FLE avec un e-mail, une histoire et une correction. Dans chaque leçon, suivez les aventures de Victor Hugo explorant l'univers de la francophonie. Les cours sont drôles, pratiques et avec une grande variété d'accents. Les cours de français sont adaptés aux post-débutants de plus de 15 ans.

French-American Commission for Educational Exchange

The French-American Commission provides grants to French and American students (graduate and post-graduate levels), young professionals, scholars, teachers and language teaching assistants to expand their educational experience by spending a year in the host country.

For more information, please visit:  http://www.fulbright-france.org/ and http://flta.fulbrightonline.org/home.html

Teaching Assistant Program in France

A unique opportunity to spend 7 months in France with a salary, to master the French language through linguistic immersion and to gain valuable teaching experience!  The French Ministry of Education and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., offer over 1,000 teaching assistantships each year for American citizens and permanent residents of the United States to teach English in French schools.  Assistants work in primary schools or secondary schools, and teach English conversation classes 12 hours a week. 

Summer Camps in French: Les vacances franco-fun!

The French Language Heritage Program, a part of the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) Council, offers French-language camps each summer for children and teenagers of Francophone backgrounds to strengthen their abilities to speak and write in French. The day camps take place in Chicago, in New York City and Miami. Over the course of two weeks, students participate in numerous workshops taught by Francophone professional artists, including workshops in theater, painting, writing and dance. The full program totals 60 hours of immersion in the French language and Francophone cultures.

Le fil du bilingue

Le fil du bilingue is a website dedicated to French bilingual education initiatives around the world. Created by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Centre international d’études pédagogiques, the site aims to provide information and resources for bilingual program teachers, schools and educational authorities.  The website also offers a free electronic newsletter.  For more information and to subscribe to the newsletter, please visit:  www.lefildubilingue.org

Test de Connaissance de Français (TCF)

The Test de Connaissance de Français (TCF) is a new tool designed to assess the French language skills of non-native speakers.  Sanctioned by the French Ministry of Education, the test is geared towards teachers, students, individuals, professionals etc. and serves as the official pre-entrance test for foreign students who wish to enter a French university. For more information, please contact your regional French Consulate or visit:  www.ciep.fr/tcf

CampusFrance

All students planning to study in France for more than 3 months (individually or through a study abroad program) must register and fill out an application through Campus France.  This step is essential to getting a long stay visa.

For more information, please visit:  http://usa.campusfrance.org/

Ciné2000

Ciné2000 is an initiative to foster interest in French cinema among future American film professionals. It is available to film departments at universities in the U.S. and 501 (c) 3 film institutions. Individuals may not apply for the program.