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Click here for a printable form to order any of our AATF promotional flyers.
The AATF has produced seven promotional flyers targeting a variety of audiences. They can be posted on bulletin boards, distributed at parent-teacher conferences or open houses, shared with administrators and school board members, and used to convince others of the continued importance of learning French.
"Help Wanted: Encourage Students to Learn French"
Developed by the AATF Commission on High Schools, this flyer targets school guidance counselors. It outlines how studying French can provide important career advantages for students. AATF members may receive a limited number of "Help Wanted: Encourage Students to Learn French" flyers for distibution to guidance counselors by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope with one or two first-class postage stamps to AATF Help Wanted Flyer, Mailcode 4510, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901.
"French By the Numbers," "French is Not a “Foreign” Language," "Ten Reasons to Learn French," "Why Learn French?" and "Speaking French: An Investment in the Future" all focus on various features that make French a global language to learn in the 21st century. To request sample copies, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Sample Flyers, Mailcode 4510, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901.
Why French FLES*?" offers reasons for beginning the study of French at a young age. Use it to promote the importance of beginning French language study early in the elementary school grades. The flyer and the accompanying video can be used to recruit students, lobby for new programs, or defend existing programs.
"Le français m’ouvre le monde" shows a map of the world with areas where French is the official language highlighted. The back lists in French areas where French is the official language under the heading "Ici on parle français."
Other T-shirts designs include "Laissez les bons temps rouler" and "Le Lièvre et la tortue" as well as National French Week.
In 2014, we also produced a 1-inch silver-colored fleur-de-lys medallion that can be used as an award, a pendant, a charm. It can be ordered through the On-Line Store.
We offer bumper stickers ("Forward with French"), pens and pencils, notepads, a pencil pack (includes pen, pencil, ruler, eraser, sharpener), note cards, and a glass dish with the AATF logo etched on the lid.
Many of our publications can be used both in the classroom and outside the classroom to promote French.
Click here for a printable form to order some of our pedagogical materials.
Calendrier perpétuel: 2013 revised and expanded volume highlights significant events in French and Francophone history as well as birthdates of famous Francophone individuals. Extensive index of the people listed, glossary, and brief Teacher’s Guide.
Parlez-vous...Poster Series: Series of 6 color posters (11x17”) promoting French on the theme Parlez-vous...? Includes 123-page study guide.
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Click here for a printable form to order National French Week materials.
Created: November 7, 2013
Last update: September 2, 2016