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Storybooks Canada

Fantastic collection of stories for use by teachers. The stories are available in English, French and many other languages and it’s easy to switch from one language to another. You can also have the story read aloud in many languages. A great way to compare languages. Note that there are collections of African and Indigenous […]

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Ask Me Anything: Technology in the FSL classroom

This video shows the final webinar in an online series of Ask me Anything discussions between in-service FSL teachers and experts and FSL teacher candidates from two Ontario Faculties of Education. This webinar series is a pilot project inspired by data collected in a larger three-year project called “FSL Teacher Recruitment and Retention” led by […]

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Quality Learning in French Second Language in New Brunswick

This paper seeks to understand how students in a French as a Second Language program can utilize their skills even after they graduate from high school. It specifically looks at a study done in New Brunswick on how their language programs differ from other provinces and what target goals they are meeting to ensure that […]

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Ask me Anything: French Immersion

This is the third session in an online webinar series launched in response to data collected in a larger 3-year study on FSL Recruitment and Retention conducted by Dr. Stephanie Arnott and Dr. Mimi Masson at the University of Ottawa and Dr. Muriel Peguret and Dr. Gail Prasad at York University. This panel features 3 […]

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Inclusionary Practices in French Immersion: A Need to Link Research to Practice

“Although more research is needed in terms of the suitability of French immersion for specific learning challenges, research has consistently shown that the program poses no detrimental risk to normally developing students or to students who may be at risk for academic or learning difficulties. Accusations of elitism, documented cases of a lack of support […]

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