CPF Ontario Symposium on FSL Education
Parents as Partners in Program Enrichment
October 28, 2017 ▪ Mississauga
Listed below are links and resources to capture the day’s events.
CPF Ontario Welcomes Education Minister’s Commitment to Meet Growing Demand for FSL Teachers
Canadian Parents for French (Ontario) applauds the commitment made by the province’s Education Minister, the Honourable Mitzie Hunter, to support learning in French in Ontario by ensuring an adequate and growing supply of French as a Second Language (FSL) teachers in English school boards as well as French teachers in French school boards. Click here to view the Minister’s presentation.
Welcoming English Language Learners into French as a Second Language Programs
Click here for the presentation by Elizabeth Hoerath, Manager, FSL Policy & Implementation, Ministry of Education
FSL Student Proficiency & Confidence Report
Click here for the presentation by Dr. Katherine Rehner, Associate Professor, Department of Language Studies, University of Toronto Mississauga
1. What’s with boys and language learning?
Click here for the presentation by Richard LeBlanc, French educator, Toronto District School Board, and Liam Bekirsky, teacher candidate, Glendon College/York University.
2. Including ALL Students in the FSL Program
Click here for the presentation by Marianne Tennant and Annette Ackermann, Peel District School Board
3. Experiential Learning and Enrichment Programs
4. The CEFR – a measure and a motivator!
CEFR: The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Presented by Carole Soucy, FSL Consultant, Renfrew County District School Board. Click here for information on the CEFR