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A new section in Amicale laïque: English

A new section in Amicale laïque: English

L’Amicale Laïque (ALB) opens an additional section this year: English with Christine Martin-Latil, English teacher. Lessons are aimed at children between the ages of 5 and 12.

After graduating with a degree in English, Christine Martin-Lath became a speaker at elementary schools. Initially recruited by National Education, he continued to teach for 7 years in various card schools and later led extra-curricular courses.

Since 2016, she has been running a workshop with the children of Les Mini-Bouses in Bouillargues. For about thirty minutes, they imitate nursery rhymes and short stories with the help of toys.

Learning in a fun way

As far as ALB is concerned, the number and duration of sessions are adjusted according to the age of the children, which should be between 5 and 12 years. Language learning is done in a fun way with puppets, board games, stories and songs.

Saturday 3 In September, ALB will participate in Park Blacher, a forum of associations. Managers and representatives of Martial Karate, School Support, GRS-Gymnastics, Hiking, IT and Mosaic sections will also attend.

Midi Liber Correspondent: 06 80 59 76 58

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