Students in JPN 350 Advanced Japanese Language performed a skit about traveling in Japan, asking directions and visiting a temple. We'd like to highlight Paige Bolduc and Susan Peoples who perform with their instructor, Ai Namima, for their speaking skills in Japanese and their enthusiasm for the language and culture. Here's their "Trip to Kamakura."
Students in FRE 320 French Women Writers were inspired by historical women who made significant contributions to French culture throughout the ages, choosing to perform interviews, dramatic monologs or research presentations. For this class, we'd like to highlight Allie Lach for her research skills, the clarity of her French and her poise in formal presentations. Enjoy her presentation, "Aliénor d'Aquitaine, reinde de France et puis d'Angleterre."
Lastly, we have a new category at the Recital. Kristin Eaves is our first official student to add a service-learning component to her French minor in the tutorial FRE 411: Service-Learning in the Francophone Community. We'd like to highlight her achievements as well by featuring her presentation, "Apprentissage par le service communautaire francophone."
Congratulations to all our participants! Thank you for your enthusiasm, hard work and courage in presenting in a formal venue. We had a great recital!