From Acadian To Cajun (English version) (Downloadable eBook with link to streamed video)

Note: This publication is a downloadable eBook which includes a private link to a streamed video. An Internet connection is required to play the video. 
Important note: The link to the streamed video can be found on page 4 of the eBook. Simply click on the blue arrow to start the video.
Learn why French is spoken in Louisiana. This video traces the deportment of the Acadians from Atlantic Canada in 1755 to the southern United States and show the Cajun culture as it exists today in Louisiana.
Hear Cajun music and first-hand accounts, in French, of how Cajun culture is kept alive through music and food. Footage from the silent movie Evangeline and a Cajun Man's Swamp Cruise will keep students interested and informed.
The accompanying activity sheets (29 pages) include vocabulary list, pre-viewing and post-viewing activities, exercises, word research assignments, web links and more.
Video approx. 25 min.
Click here to view sample pages of the workbook.

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