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MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES SITE
As a Specialist Language College, Trinity School teach French, German, Spanish and Italian and on this website you will find complementary information, external links and media connected to these languages as well as links to our Moodle VLE MFL courses. You will also find a selection of our own interactive games and activities. Please, have a look around and visit regularly as we will be constantly updating our ‘Culture Corner’ below as well as our ‘Word of the Week’ and our ‘Linguists of the Month’ award.
This French comedy/drama took many people by surprise by becoming a world-wide success at the box office and earned Omar Sy the best actor award at the Cannes festival, even though he was pretty much unknown before then. It became the second biggest box office hit in France. http://www.trinity.cumbria.sch.uk/mfl/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/intouchables.flv
Globe To Globe: Shakespeare festival opens
The World Shakespeare Festival is marking his 448th birthday with an ambitious programme, performing 37 of his plays in 37 different languages.
Visit the BBC page and read the article here.
Barcelona v Real Madrid
Luciano Pavarotti – Nessun Dorma
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
German poet, novelist, playwright, courtier, and natural philosopher, one of the greatest figures in Western literature.
His play Faust has been called the greatest long poem of modern European literature and is his most famous work, considered by many to be one of the greatest works of German literature.
SPANISH ARTIST: JOAN MIRÓ
By KINGMOOR Yr 6
Last year at Kingmoor Junior School the year 6 classes learnt about Spanish painter Joan Miró.
They learnt about his paintings and his inspiration. At the end of the year they created their own painting inspired by Joan Miró.
View their work here:
EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES
Wednesday 26th September was European Day of languages. To celebrate this occasion the MFL department held a food tasting session at break time in the MS courtyard and there were various activities at lunch time in the MFL rooms. To find out more about the European Day of Languages please visit this website: http://edl.ecml.at/