Category Archives: World Language
By Noah Johnson and Braden Finley. These are exciting times at Mesa, Thanksgiving is behind us, and the Mesa Bear challenge is just right around the corner. The new Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) has created a warrior dash on the
By Braden Finley and Joseph Vezzani. There are three different world language courses offered at Mesa: Chinese, Spanish and French. There are eight teachers total which makes five Spanish teachers, two French teachers and one Chinese teacher. The most popular
By Paul Tracy and Stephen Thoemmes. In the world there are numerous languages to explore and learn. Many places to visit, many people to meet. But from an American perspective, which language is the best? Bound to each language there
By Barb Edwards. Here in America we celebrate April Fools Day by playing pranks. “I put toothpaste in my brothers oreo and he ate it without knowing,” said Ellli Zimmer. Well, happy Poisson d’Avril, which means Happy April Fish. Over
By Molly Nyberg and Molly Wagner. When thinking about a new language to take in middle school, what comes in mind? Was Chinese one of those options? If not, maybe you would like to think about learning the language. Mrs.
By Emily Southall. This year Madame Sternberg a seventh and eighth grade French teacher, has decided to participate in “National French Week”. There will be students doing the pledge of allegiance in French, and things like the bathrooms and classrooms
By Josh Minnick and Dallas Beveridge. Whenever Halloween rolls around, it’s a different holiday in all Latin American countries called Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. In Spanish the Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition