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« La francophonie chez toi » : a web magazine on learning French

Every week, find a new episode of "La Francophonie chez toi", a version of the programme "Destination francophonie" launched by TV5Monde in April created for confinement.

Updated on 29/05/2020

2 min

Every week since 2012 the TV5MONDE programme "Destination francophonie" has highlighted the world’s best initiatives to promote the French language. Every week Ivan Kabacoff takes viewers to a new destination to meet people who make French a living, dynamic and constantly evolving language.

 

Containment and physical distancing profoundly disrupt learning, teaching, exchanges and cultural events in French. Yet speakers of French are mobilising to continue to bring the French language to life through digital technology. To report on all these initiatives, TV5MONDE is offering a version of the programme "Destination francophonie" for confinement by launching a new web magazine called "La Francophonie chez toi".

Through testimonials and tangible examples of tools and projects put in place to continue learning, training, playing, creating or interacting in French, every week “La francophonie chez toi” offers a world tour of good ideas for experiencing Francophonie at home or remotely. The show highlights the initiatives of French-speaking operators and institutional players who have mobilised their network effectively since the start of the crisis, as well as individual projects offered on platforms for sharing good practices.

The first programme broadcast on 23 April was dedicated to the alternatives offered by Moroccan teachers to continue learning and teaching French in the context of confinement. The second, on 29 April, looked at what the youngest members of the Alliance française in Hong Kong and the adult members of the Alliance française in Seattle were doing.

The Institut français and the project

"Destination francophonie" and its version for confinement "La Francophonie chez toi" are supported by the Institut français.

L'institut français, LAB