En vacances ! - Reader (minimum of 6)

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Story: Wendy Maxwell

Illustrations: Ian Fry

Appropriate for ages: 12-Adult

Two teenagers, Marie and her friend Suzanne, are on a holiday trip from their home in Montréal to Martinique. A series of amusing events takes place after Marie bumps into a young man named Pierre at the airport. Marie's initial reaction to Pierre is not very positive, nor does her second impression of him improve when he accidentally spills water on her during some turbulence on the plane. However, he redeems himself at the end of the story during a scuba-diving excursion. 

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En vacances ! Activity book!

This is an excellent resource, containing a variety of AIM-style activities to enhance the use of our readers!

You may pick and choose from a wide variety of simple language manipulation exercises as well as more creative work with the language. Additional sight passages, sometimes related to French culture and based on the theme of the story are also included in some of the activity books.

This is a wonderful resource that may be used:

  • as enrichment activities
  • as additional assessment material
  • to maximize the benefit of the AIM readers

 

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