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Le Français en Louisiane This semester, we have learned that many of the Acadians fled to Louisiana during the Deportation. Acadians continued to share.

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2 Le Français en Louisiane This semester, we have learned that many of the Acadians fled to Louisiana during the Deportation. Acadians continued to share their culture, as well as their French language. (this presentation is about the French that the Acadians brought to Louisiana)

3 In the Community Church – Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church, Lafayette, Louisiana Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church St Martin de Tours Roman Catholic Church, St. Martinville, Louisiana Festivals – Festival International de Louisiane, April, Lafayette, Louisiana Festival International de Louisiane Festivals Acadiens Et Créoles, October, Lafayette, Louisiana Festivals Acadiens Et Créoles ALCFES (Association louisianaise des clubs français des écoles secondaires) Francophone Open Microphone, Houma, LouisianaHouma, Louisiana La table française, Dwyer's Café, Jefferson Street, Lafayette, Louisiana La table française, Arnaudville, LouisianaArnaudville, Louisiana La table française, La Madeleine, Baton Rouge, LouisianaBaton Rouge, Louisiana French film: Nuit blanche à Bâton-Rouge, Louisiana State University Center for French and Francophone Studies, Baton Rouge, Louisiana [3][3] Rendez-vous des Cajuns, Liberty Theater, Eunice, Louisiana Rendez-vous des Cajuns, Liberty Theater

4 Music Musically, Louisiana French is and has been the traditional language for singing music now referred to as Cajun, Zydeco, and Louisiana French Rock. Today, Cajun, Creole Stomp, and Louisiana French Rock remain the only three genres of music in Louisiana utilizing French instead of English. In Zydeco, most artists interject expressions and phrases in French in songs predominantly sung in Louisiana English.

5 Media Radio stations – KRVS 88.7:, Radio Acadie University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, Louisiana KRVSRadio AcadieUniversity of Louisiana at LafayetteLafayette, Louisiana – KBON FM: Louisiana Proud, Eunice, Louisiana KBONLouisiana ProudEunice, Louisiana – KLEB 1600 AM: Golden Meadow, Louisiana KLEBGolden Meadow, Louisiana – KLRZ FM: Rajun' Cajun Larose, Louisiana KLRZRajun' CajunLarose, Louisiana – KJEF 1290 AM Cajun Radio, Jennings, Louisiana – KLCL 1470 AM Cajun Radio, Lake Charles, Louisiana – KVPI 1050 AM, Ville Platte, Louisiana – KVPI 92.5 FM, Ville Patte, Louisiana

6 Media Newspaper – Les éditions Tintamarre, Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport, Louisiana.[2]Centenary College of LouisianaShreveport, Louisiana[2] – La revue louisianaise, University of Louisiana Lafayette. – La revue de la Louisiane, now defunct, was the journal launched by James R. Domengeaux. James R. Domengeaux

7 Media Tv – TV5 Monde TV5 Monde – Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) – Rosaries in French, KLFY TV10, LafayetteKLFY TV10

8 Education As of Autumn 2011, Louisiana has French- language total immersion or bilingual French and English immersion in ten parishes: Calcasieu, Acadia, St. Landry, St. Martin, Iberia, Lafayette, Assumption, East Baton Rouge, Jefferson and Orleans. Students placed in the program begin in kindergarten or 1st grade and continue until high school.parishes In 2011, the parishes in blue offered one or more French- language immersion programs.

9 Education The Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL) recruits teachers locally and globally each year. Les Amis de l'Immersion, Inc. is the parent-teacher organization for students in French immersion in the state. Les Amis organizes summer camps, fundraisers and outreach for teachers, parents and students in the program.Council for the Development of French in LouisianaLes Amis de l'Immersion, Inc. summer camps Since 2011, there are about 33 schools that have french emmersion avaible to students.

10 Education The Consortium of Louisiana Universities and Colleges unites representatives of French programs in Louisiana Universities and Colleges, and organizes post-secondary level Francophone scholastic exchanges and provide support for University students studying French language and linguistics in Louisiana.Consortium of Louisiana Universities and Colleges Since 2011, there are 20 colleges that contain French programs.

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