To What Extent are Canadian Second Language Policies Evidence-Based? Reflections on the Intersections of Research and Policy

This article focuses on four major Canadian policies: The Core French and Immersion program for non-native French speakers, policies surrounding immigrant language learners, heritage teaching and learning disabilities. This article sheds light on how these educational policies can be implemented in order to better meet the needs of language learners and to ensure that all […]

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Inclusionary Practises in French Immersion: A Need to Link Research to Practise

This article sheds light on the inequities in the French Immersion Program. It explores key issues such as access to language support, retention, educational support for teachers with students with learning disabilities in their classroom etc for students with learning disabilities. It focuses on how these key issues can be addressed so that language learners […]

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Dyslexia in the Classroom

This article focuses on the struggles of a student with dyslexia in the French Immersion program. The article sheds light on how parents and teachers must be in constant communication and devise a learning plan for the student in order for them to progress at an appropriate speed and ultimately succeed in learning two languages. […]

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