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Intensive French

Intensive and Post-Intensive French Summer Institutes

The Student Achievement and Supports Branch of the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Association of French Teachers is pleased to offer summer courses for Intensive and Post-Intensive French teachers and consultants . French Immersion and Core French teachers are also invited to attend. The teacher and consultant symposiums will be held from July 7-11, 2014 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Please contact Linda Osborne at linda.osborne@gov.sk.ca  or 306-787-2595 for more information.

CASLT Online Professional Learning One-Hour Session

Integrating Technology & Social Media into L2 Teaching and Learning

By Jacques Cool

Thursday, April 3rd at 12:30-1:30 Eastern Time AND 12:30-1:30 pm Pacific Time

The one-hour session consists of:

  • A quick introduction to the Adobe Connect environment;
  • Jacques Cool’s presentation (30 minutes);
  • A 15-minute period for participant questions;
  • And a wrap-up explaining how/where related resources can be found on CASLT's site.

As well, participants will have the opportunity to interact with other participants by chatting online. This Online Professional Learning Session is part of CASLT’s ongoing initiative to bring more PL opportunities to its members! The session will be facilitated by Jim Murphy, Board of Directors, on CASLT’s PL platform, Adobe Connect. To register or for more information, please send an email to guyleclair@caslt.org

Intensive French and Intensive Language Programs in Canada – A Focus Group Meeting

CASLT will hold an online focus group meeting on Intensive French and Intensive English in Canada on Monday March 31, 2014, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm (Eastern Time). The meeting will provide an opportunity for a small group from across Canada to present some of the highlights and challenges related to intensive language (IL) programs in various regions. Presenters will represent various stakeholders from the Intensive Language education community.  The meeting is open to all who are interested in intensive language teaching and learning. Participants will be able to share their written ideas, comments and questions in the chat room of the virtual forum space. We invite everyone with a stake in intensive language programs to participate. The number of participants is limited, and we will proceed on a first come first served basis for registration. To register, please send an email to guyleclair@caslt.org.

What is the CEFR?

Learn the basics and the benefits of the CEFR in Canada, by watching this video!

LWB 2015

Important announcement

In 2015 Languages without Borders is going international -- CASLT joins forces with OMLTA (Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association) and FIPLV (International Modern Language Teachers’ Federation) to hold a World Congress of Modern Languages in Niagara Falls (ON), March 26-28, 2015. Preliminary details can be found here.

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La langue en jeu dans les classes communicatives de français langue seconde

  1. Introduction
  2. Fascicule 1 : l'apprentissage de la langue seconde
  3. Fascicule 2 : le vocabulaire
  4. Fascicule 3 : les distinctions de genre
  5. Fascicule 4 : être et avoir
  6. Fascicule 5 : le présent et le passé

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