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Bonjour!. Just kidding!. 3 Methods. immersion. F oreign. L anguage in the. E lementary. S chool. F oreign. L anguage. EX perience. +. Pros. &. -. Cons. Most. ?. Effective. Mademoiselle Kelly!. Mrs. Ward, thanks for helping me to plan an execute my project and its components.

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Just

kidding!

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Foreign

Language in the

Elementary

School

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Foreign

Language

EXperience

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+

Pros

&

-

Cons

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Most

?

Effective

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merci aux

élèves de français un,

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parcequ’ils ont

fait la classe

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