Students in French 3 classes at Columbia High School recently completed a fun fall assignment. The students decorated pumpkins and gave them their own identities by writing a 100-word French composition.
The compositions had to include the pumpkin’s name, age and address, what the pumpkin likes to do in his/her free time, and describe the pumpkin using seven body parts and at least three adjectives, all of which was written in French. Lastly they had to explain what illness the pumpkin had recently.
Students in French 3 at Columbia High School decorated pumpkins and gave them their own identities by writing a 100-word French composition about their pumpkins. They look great! pic.twitter.com/lU6acwVqKf
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