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Anne Slack, 94, TV teaching pioneer of ‘Parlons Français’

After the “Parlons Français’’ project, Mrs. Slack taught advanced French at Boston University and Harvard University. After the “Parlons Français’’ project, Mrs. Slack taught advanced French at Boston University and Harvard University.
By Stephanie M. Peters
Globe Correspondent / March 30, 2010

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A beautiful young woman with a large bouffant and perfectly manicured red nails, Anne Slack introduced French to more than 2 million elementary school children in the late 1950s and early 1960s by encouraging them to “écouter’’ and “répéter.’’ (Full article: 957 words)

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