Just say “non”: The Problem with French Immersion

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Author:  Aaron Hutchins

Hosted by:  www.macleans.ca

Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  November 24, 2021


Language of Resource: English

Resource Type: Article

Media Format: Website

This article explores case studies of parents who desperately await for there to be accees for their child in a French Immersion program. It provides advantages as to why being bilingual is beneficial in Canada however, it also explores how the lack of resources and tools inadequately prepare students, especially immigrants with the skills they need to be successful in a French Immersion or FSL program.

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Program(s): Immersion

Subject(s): French Language, Education, Language & Linguistics

License: No Creative Commons License

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