Learn to speak French
Le français Illustré offers simple ways to learn French https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCti1OXWuw3ZcXqo8gAmtiPQ
Sound Language Solutions
Free On-line Dictionary
BBC Language School
French Audio Dictionary
Teacher Certified Tutoring
Translation Bureau – Tools for You Phrases and common words Learn French on line with QC French Conjugate verbs on line Hello from France is pleased to introduce its new tool, the French conjugator. You can find the combination of your verbs, definitions and synonyms. You also have the opportunity to listen to the pronunciation of the chosen verb and train yourself to pronounce them as French.
The Parks Canada employees, welcome cheerfully, every year, millions of visitors in our national parks, historic sites and national marine conservation areas. They have developed some tools for their staff to use.. These are excellent snip-its for any language learner. Your greeting sets the tone for their experience.
Here are the tools:
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Why Learn Math and English
COMPLETE GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH & MATHS IN EDUCATION & BEYOND http://www.midkent.ac.uk/resource/english-maths/
Rosetta Stone for French at the Dr.-J.-Edmond-Arsenault Library in Charlottetown for levels 1-5. Available anytime during library hours. 5, promenade Acadienne, Charlottetown, Î-P-É
Nancy Kitson’s blog for parent classes at Glen Stewart Primary www.frenchforparents.wordpress.com
Linguasorb conjugate verbs
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reading-and-counting Helping your child to learn to read, pay attention, listen ..
http://www.openculture.com/free_french_lessons Learn French for free online. Download free audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and start learning French instantly. To learn more languages, please visit our complete collection of Free Language Lessons.
Interested in learning conversational French?
The Français oral program is comprised of four beginner levels and four intermediate levels as well as advanced and perfectionnement levels. The beginner to advanced courses are taught using a communicative and experiential theme-based approach. The concentration is on oral conversation, however there is an accompanying handbook or handouts for each level.
The course is broken down into sub-themes within the main theme. At the end of a session, learners are able to present a final task using the vocabulary, concepts and notions learned during the session. To register or for more information, please contact Collège Acadie or call 1 888 854-3010.
For on line classes see resources on this page.
The Government of PEI has some excellent resources for learning French and accessing service sin French.
FRANCOLAB is a free web platform aimed at teaching the French language. Designed for students wishing to perfect their French, and for their teachers, FRANCOLAB offers audiovisual content on a variety of themes, quiz games, Canadian television programs on cultural and social topics, and educational fact sheets developed by professionals for in-class and at-home use. http://francolab.ca/
A new website dedicated to the DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française)
and DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) diplomas in Canada has been
Thinking of French Immersion for your child, watch this gret video form Alberta Learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB1i_yk3zpo&feature=youtu.be
Please note these web sites are not vetted by CPF PEI.
Centre de langues de l’Université de Sherbrooke summer French program EEF-Sherbrooke_FrenchImmersion
Best French Movies on Netflix here: www.cinematyrant.com/best-french-movies-on-netflix/
Mady, C. (2016) Supporting Students With Special Education Needs in French As A Second Language: A Parent Guide, Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic School Board, Ontario http://www.npsc.ca/media/457573/guide-for-parents-special-edu-needs-fsl.pdf