À propos de Parlons français, c’est facileParlons français, c’est facile est le portail de sensibilisation au français du réseau culturel français. Il a été financé par le Ministère des affaires étrangères (MAE). Parlons français, c’est facile est dédié à toutes les personnes qui souhaitent, de par le monde, découvrir ou renouer avec la langue et la culture françaises. Le Centre international d’études pédagogiques (CIEP) a coordonné le projet. Le contenu du site a été conçu et réalisé par le CIEP, en partenariat avec :l’Alliance française Paris Ile-de-France ;le Centre d’approches vivantes des langues et des médias (CAVILAM-Alliance française) ;le Centre de linguistique appliquée de Besançon (CLA) ;TV5MONDE ;la Fondation Alliance française.Le site est animé par TV5MONDE.
The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada research reports examine how well French-second-language (FSL) programs are faring across Canada, using common indicators of effective support for FSL programs.
Geoff Collins's insight:
A report focussing on why we need to move towards a more inclusive FSL classroom.
Social Media, Blogs, Wikis, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Voicethread … you may have heard a lot about these resources lately. If you have already experimented with them in your classroom: Bravo! However, if the mere mention of these words makes you cringe and cause you to run in the opposite direction, this Social Media Primer might be just the thing for you. FSL Tech guru Sylvia Duckworth will attempt to explain what the resources are and how you can use them in class to engage and motivate your Foreign Language students:
Symbaloo - Exercices interactifs et jeux éducatifs pour l'apprentissage avec les technologies numériques interactives (TNI-TBI-Tablettes tactiles) dans l'enseignement primaire et l'adaptation scolaire...
LesPlan Educational Services Ltd. is a Canadian-owned and operated company that has been providing teachers across the country with current events resources since 1990. Our goal is to help teachers develop students' understanding of and ability to critically assess current issues and events by providing quality, up-to-date, affordable, ready-to-use resources.
We currently publish two periodicals, available in both English and French.
These modules are presented to "assist elementary and secondary Core French teachers as they implement their program. Each module draws on relevant research, current best practice and the experiences of Core French teachers"
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