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Learning French

"Since it’s inception in 1965, French immersion has been extensively researched throughout Canada. Those studies clearly show that immersion students do just as well academically as they would have done in the regular English stream (with the exception that they tend to do somewhat better than their peers in English language arts). Further, French immersion has been shown to be appropriate for students with special needs provided they have access to relevant learning assistance. Immersion is a program for all.​"

Martine Pellerin, University of Alberta

- See more at: https://www.ecsd.net/schools/1428/Learning%20French/Pages/default.aspx#sthash.o3NFgMXL.dpuf

 

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There are many resources for parents to help their children learn French! One is the website...

Canadian Parents for French - Alberta Chapter:

http://ab.cpf.ca/resources/for-parents/ask-an-expert/

For translating individual words:

http://www.wordreference.com/

For vocabulary-building / educational games:

http://www.logicieleducatif.fr/

http://www.envolerie.com/accueil.html

http://www.pommemarina.com/accueil.php

http://www.jeuxpourenfants.org/

http://www.toupty.com/

French programs at the library (including a French Reading Buddy program):

http://edmontonpl.evanced.info/signup/EventCalendar.aspx?df=list&nd=30&kw=french

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 

Website Links

English Websitesliteralisms.png​​storynory.jpgnatioanl geographic.jpg

story telers.jpgpronounciation.jpg  ​
Fundamental reading games.pngidioms.jpg

​French Websites

 

Learning French

"Since it’s inception in 1965, French immersion has been extensively researched throughout Canada. Those studies clearly show that immersion students do just as well academically as they would have done in the regular English stream (with the exception that they tend to do somewhat better than their peers in English language arts). Further, French immersion has been shown to be appropriate for students with special needs provided they have access to relevant learning assistance. Immersion is a program for all.​"

Martine Pellerin, University of Alberta

- See more at: https://www.ecsd.net/schools/1428/Learning%20French/Pages/default.aspx#sthash.o3NFgMXL.dpuf

 

French 2.jpg 

There are many resources for parents to help their children learn French! One is the website...

Canadian Parents for French - Alberta Chapter:

http://ab.cpf.ca/resources/for-parents/ask-an-expert/

For translating individual words:

http://www.wordreference.com/

For vocabulary-building / educational games:

http://www.logicieleducatif.fr/

http://www.envolerie.com/accueil.html

http://www.pommemarina.com/accueil.php

http://www.jeuxpourenfants.org/

http://www.toupty.com/

French programs at the library (including a French Reading Buddy program):

http://edmontonpl.evanced.info/signup/EventCalendar.aspx?df=list&nd=30&kw=french