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THE INFLUENCE OF CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE ON TEACHER BELIEF SYSTEMS: NEW FRENCH SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ BELIEFS ABOUT PROGRAM OPTIONS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS AND STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES / L’INFLUENCE DE L’EXPÉRIENCE SUR LE SYSTÈME DE CROYANCES D’UN ENSEIGNANT : CROYANCES DES NOUVEAUX ENSEIGNANTS EN FRANÇAIS LANGUE SECONDE CONCERNANT LES CHOIX DE PROGRAMMES OFFERTS AUX APPRENANTS DE LA LANGUE ANGLAISE ET ÉLÈVES AYANT DES DIFFICULTÉS D’APPRE

“This longitudinal case study examines four new FSL teachers’ beliefs regarding the best and worst FSL program for English language learners and students with learning difficulties; the data are drawn from qualitative semi-structured interviews that occurred at the end of the participants’ Bachelor of Education program and near the end of each school year of […]

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The Multilingual Advantage: Foreign Language as a Social Skill in a Globalized World

In an increasingly globalized and interconnected world, a multilayered contact of local, regional, international languages and linguae franc he is the norm, rather than the exception. Much has been written about the bilingual advantage, but beyond the bilingual advantage lies the multilingual advantage, both for the individual and for society at large. Foreign language skills […]

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Vers une discipline progressive sans préjugés à l’école

Discipline progressive sans préjugés guide de ressources à l’usage des leaders scolaires et des leaders du système. Ce guide vise à encadrer les leaders scolaires et les leaders du système pour qu’ils puissent promouvoir une discipline progressive sans préjugés et mettre en œuvre des pratiques de prévention et d’interventions précoces en vue d’encourager un comportement […]

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What does research show about the benefits of language learning?

Studies on the benefits of language learning are numerous. Two graduate students from Stanford University highlight three areas of research most relevant to school administrators, policy makers and parents in order to provide answers to frequently asked questions about the positive impact of second language learning. In this age of accountability in education, policymakers and […]

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Teaching Core French Through the Arts

“This study is concerned with Grade nine applied level students’ attitudes toward learning French. The following paper provides an in-depth case study of one group of 18 students from a Core French class in a South-Western Ontario inner city high school. Specifically students’ attitudes toward learning French through the Arts were examined. Guided by the […]

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Ressources en éducation autochtone pour les enseignants

Cette liste comprend toutes les ressources utilisées dans les quatre ateliers en éducation autochtone de la FECB: 1) L’exercice des couvertures, 2) Le legs des écoles résidentielles, 3) La déconstruction des stéréotypeset 4) Infuser principes et contenu autochtones dans votre enseignement. BCTF — FCE — Les sites des conseils scolaires — Guide terminologique autochtone — […]

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Résumer, synthétiser, argumenter

Le manuel RÉSUMER, SYNTHÉTISER, ARGUMENTER s’adresse aux étudiants de français langue seconde de niveau avancé (3e ou 4e année universitaire, essentiellement). Profitant des possibilités qu’offre le format multimédia, le manuel intègre un certain nombre d’exercices autocorrigés et de présentations sur des points de langue. Ce manuel se présente dans un format multistandard et multiplateforme. On […]

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Sons & Lettres: A pronunciation method for intermediate-level French

Sons et lettres provides a set of classroom materials to train students to hear and produce the sounds of French and to recognize the regular spellings used to represent those sounds in print. The materials are inspired by a desire to help students feel more confident about their French pronunciation and more at home saying […]

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Teacher 5 étoiles

English Teacher 5 étoiles is an original project developed by the Association canadienne des professionnels de l’immersion (ACPI) in the wake of its Canada-wide consultation, the results of which were published in 2018 and underscored a critical shortage of qualified French Immersion teachers across Canada, due in part to the sharp increase in the number […]

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Non-linguistic benefits of learning a second language: Recent research and implications for educators and governments

This paper analyses recent research findings which reveal some non-linguistic benefits children acquire by learning a second language. And, it is argued that such benefits not only benefit children and their families, but contribute to the social wellbeing of communities and nations. The purpose of this paper is to share relevant findings of non-linguistic benefits […]

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