FSL Homework Toolbox for PARENTS

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Homework Survival for Parents

Late Immersion PowerPoint

Late Immersion Handouts

Early Immersion PowerPoint

Early Immersion Handouts         

 School notices, how to show etc

Want to learn a bit of French yourself?  Check out this page on French lessons for adults HERE

Additional Homework Help

CPF across the country has amassed many resources to help you learn, practice and enjoy your French language learning journey.  Here are some direct links to those pages.

CPF BC 

Treasure Chest for F.I. parents, 

CPF PEI Toolbox for Parents

La boîte à outils

Supporting Your Child’s Success in French Immersion and Extended French Kindergarten to Grade 8 – A Parent Guide Produced by the Ontario Ministry of Education.

Using a French Dictionary

Yes You can help – Recognizing the need to provide parents with clear and complete information about French immersion, Alberta Education’s French Language Education Services and the Alberta Branch of Canadian Parents for French (CPF) collaborated to produce Yes, You Can Help! in 1996.

Reading in French

Quick Tips on Helping your Child (CPF ON)  Video

FSL Homework Toolbox was produced by Rainbow District School Board was based on the 2010 needs assessment conducted by Canadian Parents For French and was made possible through the financial support of the Ontario Ministry of Education and the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage. >>READ MORE 

Check out this new brochure with lost of ideas on how to help at home. CPF PEI Help at home for elementary students

Learning French

Learn to confidently greet others, meet new people, talk about your personal interests, have a simple conversation, begin to travel, and more! This CPF Ontario course was designed so that it aligns with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) which is now the one of the fundamental elements of the French Second Language (FSL) curriculum in Ontario schools. In this way, the learning goals and themes will be based on authentic communication skills and strategies. Language development will arise when participants engage in interaction linked to everyday scenarios. Vocabulary, structures, verb conjugation, and so forth will emerge within a meaningful context as opposed to in isolation. Experiencing language learning in this way deepens and expedites learning because it is based on real-life language needs and demands. The learner can see and understand more clearly how the new language works and fits together.
If you are interested in giving this course please find all that you need to do to register your course, purchase the materials and get started.

 

 

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