Teens in France Mae Thorp. 5th

2. France is located on the continent of Europe, France covers 640427 square kilometers of land and 3374 square kilometers of water. Making it the 43rd largest nation in the world. France shares land borders with 8 countries; Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, Spain. France is one of the oldest nations on Earth and the most ethnically diverse country in Europe. These deep and broad influences have made France a world leader throughout history in nearly all aspects of culture, including cuisine, wine-making, politics, philosophy, music, art, film, fashion, literature, and sports.

3. Being 15 in france is stressful, but Full of opportunity, because of Hopefulness and Expressive in yourself.

4. One of the stressful parts of being a french girl is clothing. The average french girl devotes much time and attention to fashion, cosmetics, and hairstyles. Young women are taught to present a certain attitude and style in the way they carry themselves. Girls have to devote time to their sense of style but it's worth it because they always look amazing.

5. French women and are taught to put a lot of effort in the way they dress so they stand in their culture and social aspect of france. Paris is considered to be the fashion capitol of the world. If you feel your style needs more sophistication, try to emulate the French style of dressing. "One of the cardinal rules of the French dress code is wearing understated, well-fitting clothes. It follows that the sweatpants and oversized T-shirt look popular in North America is seldom seen among the French, unless they are in the privacy of their own home." More specifically, the French prefer a tidy look that does not reveal.

6. Some cool parts of being 15 in steamboat might be we get to ski. And we can have a adjusted schedule just so that we can go skiing. Or do other sports that we would like to do.

7. The french teens of today strive to succeed in the rigorous educational system. To succeed like their ancestors. Teens in France are living a “climate of cultural tension”

8. Teens in France are pushed really hard. In France kids start school very early at age 2 or early age 3. Children spend 2 or 3 years in maternelle (kindergarten) French teens spend less days of school vacations are a national value and more hours per day. 85% of schools in France are private (particularly in very rigorous parts of France) 13.4 % of elementary school children and 20% of high school pupils attend. Kids are pushed hard there whole life since kindergarten.

9.France has a rigorous educational system as you can tell kids have to work hard since there 3 to get into a good school.

10. I have never really known anything about France but researching is has been really cool. I have learned that like in steamboat the french people have fun but they also work really hard. France would be a really fun place to grow up in.

11. I feel that french kids learn to put there work first before the go play a sport or go to the mall with there friends. like in steamboat we have this whole beautiful mountain open but sometimes we have to chose to go do homework instead of ski/snowboard.

12. Teens in France have longer school and the pressure of everyone in there culture to do well at everything.

13. Teens in france have to deal with a lot but they live in such a beautiful place with a great culture for so many things.

"Education in France ; a Selective System Based on Maths ; Universities and "grandes écoles" ; the French Educational System ; the Shanghai Trauma." Education in France ; a Selective System Based on Maths ; Universities and "grandes écoles" ; the French Educational System ; the Shanghai Trauma. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.

Kranz, Nickie. Teens in France. Minneapolis, MN: Compass Point, 2008. Print.

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