SANTÉ ET SÉCURITÉ DES FEMMES

This learning unit explores how poverty, itinerance, violence, etc. are a reality in the lives of many Canadian women, especially indigenous women. The author suggests it can be taught from grade 7 to 12, and the learning unit comprehends 3 lessons of 60 minutes each. Save to Board […]

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Teaching Crowds LEARNING AND SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media have enormous potential value for learning, formal and informal. Our task is to find ways to make them work for us. This book presents our speculations on the implications of the changes shaped by the ever-increasing use of social media in distance learning and the various shifts that may or should occur across […]

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Texts in French Featuring BIPOC For French as a Second Language Classes

We hope this slideshow will help you find texts that you can use in French as Second Language classrooms that feature BIPOC doing ordinary & extraordinary things, as well as texts that help in addressing colonialism, racism, and other oppressions. Accessibility Tips — Music Videos Featuring BIPOC — Colonialism/anti-colonialism/Environment/Migration — Racism/Anti-Racism/Feminism/Movements/Experiences with Migration — Featuring […]

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Vocabulaire, les professions

The video presents people singing about different professions, in the masculine and feminine. It also explains how to pronounce the end of the feminine and masculine words. Learning is connected to real world experiences. Students can also talk about professions that are considered mainly for men or women, how they have evolved overtime, and how […]

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RAD

Le laboratoire de journalisme de Radio-Canada. Un site avec quelques articles, mais majoritairement des vidéos afin de prendre l’information accessible. Save to Board […]

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