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INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION LEVEL IA

Ferguson Center Room 301 A

1:00 PM

1.

Le grand dérangement par JacquelineVoorhies.  Un conte folklorique de la jeunesse louisianaise.

2.

Quel cauchemar! Une jeune fille s’inquiète de son examen de français.

3.

Le facteur A girl waits impatiently for the post man to bring a special letter to her.

4.

Déjeuner du matin A poem by Jacques Prévert.   

5.

Nuit et Nos mains au jardin.   Deux poèmes d'Anne Hebert.  

6.

Alléluia! "C'est mardi gras!" poème de l'auteur belgique Maurice Carême.

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION LEVEL IB

Ferguson Center Room 301 A

Immediately following Level IA

1.  "Le Rocket"--Héros de tout un peuple   Maurice Richard was more than a hockey player in    

     Québec--he was a legend.

2.  Pour Haïti, journal d'un animal marin  par René Depestre. Poem with introduction.

3.  À Monsieur de Coulanges   Madame de Sévigné shares the news of the upcoming marriage of

    Monsieur de Lazun to...guess who?

4.  Bleu et blanc  A small blue cat and a big white rat wage war because of their differences.

5.  Familiale   par Jacques Prévert. The mother knits, the father goes to work, the son goes to war.

    This is all quite natural. But the son is killed. Now the mother and the father go to the cemetery.

    This is all quite natural.   

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