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Teenage is a golden age! 18 January 2008

Posted by Lycée Alexis de Tocqueville in Creative writing, English, Our Partners.
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“Teenage is a golden age.”   “Well, it depends!’ is the answer teenagers who’ve been asked to react to the saying generally give. But what does it depend on ? We’d very much like to know! So, to you all who live in Spain, in Italy, in France, in Germany, in Poland, in the Czech Republic… or else where, we’d like to ask you to react too. Comment on line immediately  or write an article on the subject: you can give it to your teacher or send it to babelia@laposte.net . We will publish it.

                         

  Vous pouvez répondre en français.

                 Podeis contestar en español.

                            Rispondete pure in italiano.

                                   Ihr könnt auf deutsch antworten.

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From Grasse: more reactions to Ezra’s story 27 May 2007

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After reading the extract from Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, by Anne Tyler, the pupils of Terminale L wrote a few paragraphs .

From Tarragona: a few reactions to Ezra’s story. 10 May 2007

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   The pupils of Tarragona reacted to the extract from the novel, Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, by Anne Tyler (see To all English-speaking Babelians:How about a little piece of creative writing? April 3). Here is what they had to say about it. What about you? Do not hesitate to send your texts for publication.

To all English-learning Babelians: how about a little piece of creative writing? 3 April 2007

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stg-sherlock-books.jpg  Here’s an extract from a novel entitled Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, written by Anne Tyler. Does the scene ring a bell? What would you have done if you had been in Ezra’s shoes? or his Mum’s ?   Do you feel like writing a sequel to the passage ? discussing parents-children’s relationships? sharing a childhood memory ? Feel free… write… and be published in Babelia!

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