Yes Oui Can: Addressing British Columbia’s Shortage of French Immersion Teachers

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Publisher:  Arts & Social Sciences: School of Public Policy ; Simon Fraser University

Author:  Emily Kline-Martin

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Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  December 9, 2021

Language of Resource: English

Resource Type: Article

Media Format: Website

This article addresses the shortage of qualified French as a Second Language teachers in British Columbia. It looks at solving these problems through the use of educational and language support to help French Immersion teachers and teacher/professional development training.

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Program(s): Immersion

Education Level: Adult and Continuing Education, University – Graduate & Post-Graduate, Other

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

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