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Exploring the use of student perspectives to inform topics in teacher education

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Author:  Katy Arnett

Hosted by:  www.aclacaal.org

Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  November 25, 2021

Language of Resource: English

Resource Type: Working Paper

Media Format: Website

This article provides student perspectives on what they think is functional in an FSL classroom. It includes interviews from students from a grade 8 Core French classroom in Ontario and sheds light on how the deliverance of lessons by their teacher intrigues their learning interests. Lastly, it focuses on the use of the French and English language within the classroom and the consequences it has with switching between the two languages.

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Program(s): Core French

Subject(s): Education

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