The two weeks of orientation at Lyceum Kennedy allowed the 10th graders to refine their plans, and helped them think about their future studies.
The first week of orientation was a time for exploration and reflection, and the second week, from March 1 to 5, allowed students to continue and refine their thinking. Learning to present themselves (linguistic and cultural history) and to have a personal view of these languages and cultures, structuring an oral presentation, and projecting themselves.
Our students acquire these skills in response to didactic and human challenges around a final product, a video awarded by a jury. May you enjoy these videos as much as they enjoyed making them!
2nd Place : Tom Nenez