Check out the following sites to stay connected to World Languages! I will be updating these sites regularly.
27 March 2020
We often do not know what we have available close to home. Although the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is closed for now, it will be open again. Check out what is only 45 minutes away from us. The Asian Art collection and the Antiquities, among others, are world renowned.
https://www.mfa.org/ Click on Collections.
This is one of many sites from Rick Steves about travel in Europe. There will be a time when this will be common again. In the meantime see some of what there is to visit on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
23 March 2020
Follow the news and see how it compares to what we are seeing here!
https://www.bbc.com/news - The United Kingdom
https://www.lemonde.fr/ - France
https://oglobo.globo.com/ - Brazil
https://elpais.com/america/ - Spain
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/ - Canada
https://www.la-prensa.com.mx/ - Mexico
18 March 2020
Many of your teachers had you create a Duolingo account. If so, you may want to practice. If you are not enrolled in a World Language class, and have always been interested in Italian, Japanese, Swedish or Arabic, or any other languages, here is your opportunity to try them out! (Ukrainian, the language listed above in parentheses, is one of your options as well.)
Check out the collection at the Prado Museum in Madrid!
Test your knowledge of European geography -
National Geographic Portugal magazine
The Portuguese edition covers all your National Geographic favorites: history, photography, science, nature and society. The point of difference is that the magazine offers a combination of local features and international gems. You’ll learn a lot about Portugal from its regular collection of special reports in particular.