The curriculum for French as a second language teaching in Ontario and in other provinces in Canada has been revised according to the principles listed in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for Languages. This course is geared towards participants interested in learning the principles of the neurolinguistic approach to second language acquisition as well as how to apply the new FSL curriculum in the classroom.
This 45 hour (0.5 credit) course from Western University will provide a theoretical overview of the neurolinguistic approach to second language acquisition. Students will examine the various strategies for oral production, reading, and writing that have been conceptualized in order to operationalize this approach.
This two-week program, taught entirely in French, is designed for both core French and French immersion teachers or teacher candidates. Different approaches to teaching, various methodologies, classroom activities, the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) including
Whether you are a recent graduate or have been teaching French for a number of years, this program, held in a 100% francophone environment at one of the most renowned French immersion schools, is a great way to expand and enhance your skills and professional development. Successful participants will receive a certificate in teaching Intensive French.
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Teachers Program - July 23 - August 3
|Core French or French immersion teacher
(or teacher candidate)
Tuition will be billed by
Request for withdrawal received a minimum of 30 calendar days prior to the course start date will be granted a refund of the deposit or total fees paid less a $50 withdrawal charge. Request for withdrawal after 30 days and a minimum of 15 days prior to the course start date will be granted a refund of 75% of course fees. No refunds are given after 15 days prior to the start of a course.