New York

November 4, 2017, Fordham University School of Law

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The Fair

The Fair

More than 80 exhibitors in New York

For the fair’s 4th edition, more than 80 companies and organizations will be here presenting their offers to parents and families.

As part of the event, winners of our essay contest on being bilingual will be recognized at an awards ceremony.

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Kids' activities

Kids' activities

Free childcare with activities for kids all day

While you’re visiting the fair, our on-site childcare can take care of your kids. They’ll have fun (in different languages!) with lively storytelling, sing-alongs, art and crafts, puppet making, puppet shows, and clown shows.

Essay Contest

Essay Contest

Hear stories of bilingual students

French Morning and Frenchly are calling on 7th-11th grade students for a New York City essay contest on being bilingual. Essays should be written in students’ best English. Essays will be judged on clarity, persuasiveness, originality, and how compelling the storytelling is.

Winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony at French Morning’s annual Bilingual Fair on November 4th at Fordham University School of Law.

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New York

Fordham University School of Law

November 4, 2017

10:00 AM – 04:00 PM

80+ exhibitors

Schools, after-schools, camps, publishers

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$10 right now, $20 at door

Panels & Presentations Schedule

We are organizing panels and presentations about bilingual education for all parents interested to learn more about how successful this education is and how to give this education to their children.

Keynote

Milady C. Baez is Deputy Chancellor of the Department of Education of NYC

Essay Contest Awards Ceremony

Representatives will give away awards to best stories of bilingual students.

A Bilingual Life

Four graduates of NYC-based bilingual schools discuss how their experience in bilingual schools shaped their college, work and family lives. Moderated by Sean Lynch, head of the Lycée Français de New York and a bilingual himself.

The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages

Fabrice Jaumont is International Educator, Researcher, Author, and Education Attache at the French Embassy in the US.

# Session Speakers Time Venue
1 Keynote Milady C. Baez 10:00 am Conf. Room
2 Essay Contest Awards Ceremony Various representatives 10:20 am Conf. Room
3 A Bilingual Life Moderator: Sean Lynch 10:45 am Conf. Room
4 The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages Fabrice Jaumont 11:30 am Conf. Room

Bilingualism and Business

Kathleen Stein-Smith, Author of The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit.
Elizabeth Rose Daly, an executive with extensive experience in international business, government, and economic development

The pleasure of reading French both at school and home

Marie Barguirdjian is Author and MAX Book Club facilitator.

How to succeed in raising a child bilingual?

Anne-Sophie Gueguen is the Founder and Head of School of the French American Academy.

# Session Speakers Time Venue
1 Bilingualism and Business Kathleen Stein-Smith & Elizabeth Rose Daly 1:00 pm Conf. Room
2 The pleasure of reading French both at school and home Marie Barguirdjian 2:00 pm Conf. Room
3 How to succeed in raising a child bilingual? Anne-Sophie Gueguen, Founder of the French American Academy 2:30pm Conf. Room

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Exhibitors

Collina Italiana New York French American Charter School Librairie des Enfants New York KitnDo Les Petits Sourires P.S 110 M.S 256 P.S. 84 FFLO
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