Academically Challenged Students and French Second Language Programs

//Academically Challenged Students and French Second Language Programs

Academically Challenged Students and French Second Language Programs

The Executive Summary of CPF’s 2012 report on The State of French Second Language Learning in Canada features six very accessible summaries of presentations by researchers and experienced educators:

  • Access to Special Education for Exceptional Pupils in French Immersion Programs: An Equity Issue
  • The Suitability of Immersion for All Learners: What Does the Research Say?
  • Myths, Policies, and Research: The Case of a New Brunswick Grade 3 French Immersion Entry Point
  • Exceptional Learners: Honouring and Accommodating a Different Way of Learning
  • Closing the Window to Open the Door: Preparing for More Inclusive French Immersion Classes
  • Meeting Student Needs in French Immersion: Learning and Literacy Programming

as well as the recommendations from a June 2012 roundtable on this topic.

The proceedings of the spring 2012 roundtable of experts on this topic is now available on the CPF website.

2017-05-29T21:09:24-04:00January 2nd, 2013|

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