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Diaslearning.com / Dias Learning

This is a FREE one stop shop. The learning units explore diverse themes, which will help the learner to broaden his/her vocabulary. They follow the curriculum expectations in all subjects, which will help during report card season. This website attends to the needs of Core and Immersion FSL teachers, from Grade 4 to 8. In […]

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Culture : les conventions de la carte postal / Cart postal, écriture

Students will learn what a postal card is and how to write one. They will learn where to write the date, the address, signature, and the body of the card. (as an extension they could learn how to write an email and a tweet) Keywords: writing, postcard, tourism, vacation, remembrance day, citizenship, Christmas Tutorial on […]

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Darsanimé-Dessin animé islamique / Muslim cartoon

These cartoons can be used to teach children about the Islamic religion and as an intercultural activity, to explain non-Islamic children about Ramadan and other important Islamic holidays. this type of activity helps students to feel included in the school and the classroom. Des méthodes Prophétiques associées aux dernières Découvertes en Neurosciences Cognitives et Affectives, […]

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Dias learning. com

This website provides many resources for French teaching from grade 4 to 8. The resources encompass the French language, social studies (in French), science (in French), and The arts (in French). This website was created by a teacher to help other teachers and parents. Resources are created for grades 4 to 8 and are divided […]

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Diversity in French Immersion Classrooms: A Quick Inclusion Guide for Teachers

Today’s French immersion classrooms are as diverse as other classrooms. This means that some students may require some accommodations to participate fully in a French Immersion program. This can be an opportunity for administrators and teachers to find innovative ways of meeting the needs in their classrooms so that all students may benefit from learning […]

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Duolingo

There are over 1.2 billion people learning a language and the majority are doing so to gain access to better opportunities. Unfortunately, learning a language is expensive and inaccessible to most. We created Duolingo so that everyone could have a chance. Free language education – no hidden fees, no premium content, just free. Duolingo is […]

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École Internationale du français

A resource document for students to learn the past tense in French. PDF Document A PDF document created by Sylvie Auger (UQTR) Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières that is geared to learning the passé composé or the past tense in French. Save to Board […]

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Elitist, Inequitable and Exclusionary Practices: A Problem within Ontario French Immersion Programs? / A Literature Review

The 2013 Ontario French Second Language (FSL) Curriculum emphasizes inclusivity and bilingualism; however, many students are recommended to opt out of French Immersion (FI). The opting-out of students may support the strengthening of the program by establishing a reputation of success, but how does it affect the withdrawn child? Are FSL programs using best practices […]

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Conte-Moi la francophonie. TRALALERE

Tales from many African countries and also from France help the learner understand La Francophonie through oral tradition. Une plateforme interactive pour travailler la lecture littéraire avec vos élèves 50 contes sélectionnés pour leur qualité propre Des contes audio à télécharger pour les écouter hors connexion Des fiches pédagogiques pour travailler la lecture littéraire autour […]

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