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Identité: Identity, Rachel Grotheer 2021 Denison University

Identité: Identity, Rachel Grotheer

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L’Arbre De La Francophonie: The Tree Of The Francophone World, Cara Downs 2021 Denison University

L’Arbre De La Francophonie: The Tree Of The Francophone World, Cara Downs

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L’Orage (Inspiré Par Le Peintre Yves Tanguy): The Storm (Inspired By The Painter Yves Tanguy), Grace DuGar 2021 Denison University

L’Orage (Inspiré Par Le Peintre Yves Tanguy): The Storm (Inspired By The Painter Yves Tanguy), Grace Dugar

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Original work by Maddy MacAllister


Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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La Joie Dans La Diversité: Joy In Diversity, Erica P. Monnin 2021 Denison University

La Joie Dans La Diversité: Joy In Diversity, Erica P. Monnin

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Les Mêmes Différences: The Same Differences, Gin Weisz 2021 Denison University

Les Mêmes Différences: The Same Differences, Gin Weisz

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Porsche, Henry Apostel 2021 Denison University

Porsche, Henry Apostel

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Photograph, Richard Banks 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Richard Banks

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Das Lizzie-Lied: The Lizzie Song, Shaun McFall 2021 Denison University

Das Lizzie-Lied: The Lizzie Song, Shaun Mcfall

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To hear the music go to http://quizzes.denison.edu/modlangs/podcasts/shaun.mp3


Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Lafayette.Net, Samantha Salvato 2021 Denison University

Lafayette.Net, Samantha Salvato

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Pouvez-Vous Deviner Qui Je Suis?: Can You Guess Who I Am?, Shelley Pressman 2021 Denison University

Pouvez-Vous Deviner Qui Je Suis?: Can You Guess Who I Am?, Shelley Pressman

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Comptine: Nursery Rhyme, Sara Hoffman 2021 Denison University

Comptine: Nursery Rhyme, Sara Hoffman

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Collage, Alyssa Landry 2021 Denison University

Collage, Alyssa Landry

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Esprit De La Mer: Spirit Of The Sea, Grace DuGar 2021 Denison University

Esprit De La Mer: Spirit Of The Sea, Grace Dugar

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Original work by Ashley Jones


Interpretations Of Leo Lionni, Judy Cochran 2021 Denison University

Interpretations Of Leo Lionni, Judy Cochran

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In our class on French readings, students interpreted stories by the children’s author Leo Lionni. These are whimsical stories that teach a lesson.


Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Frederick, Erica Hughes 2021 Denison University

Frederick, Erica Hughes

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A family of field mice, who live in a stone wall on an abandoned farm, have been gathering supplies for the winter. Frederick, however, has not lifted a finger. They accuse him of being lazy, but he claims he’s gathering things just as important as food- the sun’s rays, colors, and words. When winter comes, the food runs out, but Frederick’s unique supplies and poetic delivery sustain the mice.


La Plus Grande Maison Du Monde, Jenni Messner 2021 Denison University

La Plus Grande Maison Du Monde, Jenni Messner

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A young snail tells his father that he wants to have the biggest house in the world. His father tells him a story to explain why it is better to have a smaller house. In the story a young snail learns how to make his shell grow large and sprout cone-shaped domes in all colors. When the other snails move on to find more food, the snail with the biggest house in the world is left alone and finally fades away. When anyone asked the little snail why he had such a small house, he would tell them the story ...


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