Everything you need to understand or teach Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik.
Paris to the Moon, by Adam Gopnik, was an account of five years spent by the author and his family in Paris, from 1995 to 2000. Gopnik, a writer for The New Yorker, arguably America's best magazine, fulfilled a lifelong desire to live in Paris. In so doing, he also continued a venerable tradition of correspondents to The New Yorker based in the French city. Much of the material in this book originally appeared as articles in the magazine. Gopnik's wife, Martha, and their young son, Luke, were the other most important people in the book.
As a chronicle of an American family adjusting to life in a European society, Paris to the Moon belongs to a genre of writing that goes back centuries, to when America was a brash upstart on the "other side of the pond" from the socially and culturally mature Old Europe. Paris, in particular, has...
Paris to the Moon Lesson Plans contain 131 pages of teaching material, including: