For this last episode of the Ashbury-LFSF-Rainbow Radio, Nadine talks with five students in Gr 5 (CM2) about the authors/illustrators/storytellers in residence: Souleymane MBODJ and Cécile GAMBINI. Listen to Yasmine, Anna, Valentina, Antonin and Leonard talk about what they liked during these visits. (in French)
LFSF Rainbow Webradio
Welcome to LFSF Rainbow, our school web radio for all our LFSF Community and beyond!
LFSF Rainbow is currently operating on our Ortega Campus and will soon be expand to our Ashbury and Sausalito Campuses. On Ortega, the web radio club is managed by Mareike DELLEY (LFSF Teacher) and Farinaz AGHARABI (LFSF Parent).
LFSF Rainbow is a great pedagogical tool that allows students to research and explore about various topics, as well as to learn how to prepare and run a radio show. The many benefits include:
- Improving oral expression in French and English
- Strengthening research and organizational skills
- Developing knowledge of digital tools and radio equipment
- Creating opportunities to bond with peers and to meet interesting speakers
- Developing confidence and ability to speak in public
- Unleashing creative skills: singing, playing instruments, reading poems and stories etc…
You want to share a story or have a topic idea that may interest our Community? You are a LFSF student and are interested in participating in one or more LFSF Rainbow podcasts?
Reach out to our LFSF Rainbow team!
Une sélection de livres humoristiques! C'est dans Livre à gogo avec Louise, Yasmine, Alexander et Kylian et Nadine. (In French) Ce projet a été produit avec l'aide de Sofia A. élève de seconde dans le cadre de son stage de fin d'année (Shadow Week).
Des livres à gogo! Nadine met with Dante, Léa, Nora, Mathias, Maria, Penelope, Iris, Chloé, Elliott, Athéna, Anne, CM1 students for a snack/debate on the selection of CM1 books for the Incorruptibles literary prize.
Des livres à gogo! Another great episode of book reviews with Nadine and 3 students from CM1A Mathias, Maria and Louise. (in French)
Des livres à gogo! The 4th graders and Nadine, our librarian at Ashbury, will review some books. We're going to first hear Matthew then Léa, Nora and Zoe from CM1C (in French)
Two of our 9th grade students, Luna and Roxanne, had the opportunity to interview Mrs. Sabine de Maussion, Cultural Attaché at the French Consulate in San Francisco. A very interesting interview with great questions and great answers that help us better understand the role and responsibilities of a cultural attaché. (In French)
Vivianne, Sasha and Naya (Gr10) and Salome (Gr11) interviewed Quentin ZUTTION, a comic book author. After studying contemporary art at the Beaux-Arts in Dijon, he entered the world of comic books he entered the world of comic books in 2014 by illustrating short stories for the women’s feminist website “Mademoiselle.com”. In February 2016, he published his first comic, “Sous le lit” (“Under the Bed”), followed by “Chromatopsie” (“Chromatopsy”) and “Appelez-moi Nathan” (“Call Me Nathan”) in 2018, “Touchées” (“Touched”) in 2019, and “Drosophilia” in 2020. In his stories, which combine fantasy with social topics, Quentin deals with feelings, sexuality, the quest for identity, and self-assertion.
Manon and Colombe (6th grade) interviewed Luna Le Stum (9th grade) about women's rights and activities during the women's history month.
Dayne Kovatchev, Colin Cecil et Luca Curtil are doing an interview with Lionel Froissart, journalist.
Maitena Challet, Sarah Gabrys, Alexandra Hechimi, Kimberly Sobrevilla, Claire Spence (Gr11) created this podcast about humanism.