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About Quiche Lauren
Hi! I'm a 2013 graduate of Gettysburg College who is embarking upon a journey in Nîmes, France as an English teaching assistant through the TAPIF program. I hope for this blog to be useful to people considering TAPIF or currently in the TAPIF program- or if you're just hoping to learn some French cultural tidbits and see pretty pictures of France. So come along and follow me in this adventure!
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You might think “France? What’s so difficult about living in France? That would be a dream!” You’re not completely wrong. Living in France can be dreamy. Having just arrived, it probably is pretty dreamy right now. It’s probably not as … Continue reading
These last two weekends, I’ve been able to play tour guide for some fellow assistants. Last weekend, I met Dana of the fantastic blog The Great Big World- As Told by Dana and a few of her friends. It was fantastic meeting … Continue reading
My first birthday in France was formidable! I am so lucky to have formed some great friendships and work with such wonderful students and teachers. One of my students in English Club figured out that I had a February birthday from … Continue reading
Am I the only one out here who thinks that the English language program in French high schools is based around some really vague and random ideas? Spaces and Exchanges, Myths and Heroes, the Notion of Progress, and Places and … Continue reading