At the beginning of the nine weeks, the students at the Arrow Program embarked on creating their own passports. Over the course of the quarter, the students will be traveling to different countries in the French-speaking world and completing various activities, tasks, and projects along the way. They will earn a “passport stamp” for each country visited.
Today, the students applied their newly acquired knowledge of the French numbers from 0 to 20 by participating in a “trip to Cameroon.” As they completed their task sheets, students roamed around the classroom to learn more about Cameroon. By completing the activity, they earned a stamp on their passport.