Making the choice on learning french

22 5 0
  • Loading ...
1/22 trang

Thông tin tài liệu

Ngày đăng: 01/12/2016, 23:09

Making the Choice: Learning French as a Second Language Three Program Options English Prime  Kindergarten to Grade 3: Learning experiences to introduce French language and culture  Grade 4: Pre-Intensive French  Grade 5: Intensive French  Grades through 10: Post-Intensive French  Grades 11 and 12: Post-Intensive courses available (optional) French Immersion (Grade Entry)  the first entry point for the Immersion program Late French Immersion (Grade Entry)  the second entry point for the Immersion program Program Options The program is offered in all schools English Prime French Immersion (Grade Entry) Late French Immersion (Grade Entry) The program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) The program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) French is taught through a literacy-based approach During the Intensive French block in Grade 5, math, music and physical education are taught in English Oral proficiency target of Intermediate by the end of Grade 12 Most subjects (such as science, social studies and math) are taught in French This may vary from school to school Oral proficiency target of Advanced by the end of Grade 12 Most subjects (such as science, social studies and math) are taught in French This may vary from school to school Oral proficiency target of Intermediate Plus by the end of Grade 12 Instructional Time in French Grade 4: 150 minutes per week English Prime French Immersion (Grade Entry) Grade 5: 60% of the school day for one term, and 150 minutes per week for the other term Grades to 8: 200 minutes per week Grades to 5: 80% of the school day Grades to 8: 70% of the school day Late French Immersion (Grade Entry) Grades to 8: 70% of the school day High School In Grades and 10, French is compulsory for all students in all programs In English Prime, PostIntensive French is offered in Grades to 12 Some students may choose additional courses in French In Immersion, students have 50% of courses in French in Grades and 10, and 25% in Grades 11 and 12 Student Performance Targets English Prime with Intensive French Grade French Immersion Late French Immersion Intermediate by Grade 10 Advanced by Grade 12 Intermediate Plus by Grade 12 • Performance targets depend upon various factors (e.g., personality, attitude, motivation, French language opportunities) Not all students will reach the program target and some will exceed it • English Prime students may choose to continue in Post-Intensive French in Grades 11 and 12 Those who achieve Intermediate in Grade 10 may also enrol in French Immersion courses offered at Grades 11 and 12 New Brunswick Proficiency Scale English Prime with Intensive French Intensive French uses a literacy-based approach focusing on the development of all communication skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) Students speak, read, and write daily on a variety of themes of interest (e.g., me, my family, food, clothing, leisure, activities – sports, music, etc.) The program uses a project-based approach English Prime with Intensive French Pre-Intensive French (at Grade 4): 150 minutes per week in two or three blocks of time; this introductory phase allows students to build initial skills such as speaking in full sentences, reading simple texts and writing short texts Intensive French – Intensive Block: Approximately 60% of the day (3 hours and 15 minutes per day) Intensive French – Less Concentrated Block: Two or three times per week for a total of 150 minutes English Prime with Intensive French • Mathematics, Physical Education, Art, Music are taught in English all year • English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Health and Personal Development and Career Planning are taught through a compacted curriculum during non-intensive term English Prime with Intensive French Combined Grade 4/5 Classes • Based on enrolment numbers • Grade students would not take Pre-Intensive French in Grade • Students entering Grade would be enrolled in Intensive French in both Grades and • A curriculum document and supporting resources have been developed for these classes English Prime with Intensive French Combined Classes Grade 3/4 • Based on enrolment numbers • In place of the Grade learning experiences, students in combined classes will have the opportunity to take Pre-Intensive French in both Grades and (150 minutes weekly) • Content will be adjusted accordingly English Prime with Intensive French Post-Intensive French Grades 6-8 Post-Intensive French Grades 9-10 • 2-3 blocks per week (200 minutes) of French • 90 hours per year • Focuses on further development of oral, reading and writing communication skills • Reading texts include greater complexity • Introduction of relevant and ageappropriate themes • Tasks are more demanding • Writing tasks are more complex Grade French Immersion - Overview • Development of the program occurred in consultation with second language experts and school district/school level educators • Research on effective instructional practices influenced development • Program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) • Grade French Immersion Program was introduced in September 2010 • 80% of instruction is in French • English language arts instruction will continue to support first language development (approximately 150 minutes per week) • Resources have been identified to support the program Grade French Immersion A specific schedule has been devised to ease children into the Immersion program Grade French Immersion The Grade year is divided into two blocks: Block One (September - November) Initial focus is on the development of French language skills through the exploration of topics such as students’ personal interests, preferences, the school and the community Block Two (December - June) Students learn subjects through French in an integrated approach Grade French Immersion Block Instructional Time: 80% French September – November French Literacy Modules: 880 minutes per week Mathematics in French: 300 minutes per week English Literacy: 150 minutes per week 220 minutes per week Specialties (Art, Music, Physical Education): (minimum of 60 minutes in French) Grade French Immersion Block Instructional Time: 80% French December - June French Literacy: 575 minutes per week Mathematics in French: 300 minutes per week Science, Social Studies, Health, Personal 305 minutes per week Development and Career Planning in French: English Literacy: 150 minutes per week 220 minutes per week Specialties (Art, Music, Physical Education): (minimum of 60 minutes in French) Late French Immersion (Grade Entry) • A minimum of 70% of instruction will be in French in Grades through • Literacy skills are developed through both French Immersion Language Arts and English Language Arts • In Grades and 10, a minimum of 50% of the courses are taught in French Late French Immersion (Grade Entry) • Emphasis is on developing student speaking, reading and writing skills in French at the beginning of the school year to help students transition to learning subjects in French • Program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) • French Language Arts Grade Curriculum was revised in 2014 High School French Second Language Programs Grades 11 and 12 • French is compulsory until the end of Grade 10 • Students are encouraged to continue French to ensure program proficiency targets • Post-Intensive French courses will continue to be offered in Grades 11 and 12 High School French Second Language Programs Grades 11 and 12 • Grade 11 and 12 immersion students are encouraged to maintain at least 25% in French • French Immersion courses in Grades 11 and 12 will be available to all students with Intermediate or higher at the end of Grade 10 Three great options… the choice is yours! Please visit the FSL website for more information [...]... the program Grade 3 French Immersion A specific schedule has been devised to ease children into the Immersion program Grade 3 French Immersion The Grade 3 year is divided into two blocks: Block One (September - November) Initial focus is on the development of French language skills through the exploration of topics such as students’ personal interests, preferences, the school and the community Block... through French in an integrated approach Grade 3 French Immersion Block 1 Instructional Time: 80% French September – November French Literacy Modules: 880 minutes per week Mathematics in French: 300 minutes per week English Literacy: 150 minutes per week 220 minutes per week Specialties (Art, Music, Physical Education): (minimum of 60 minutes in French) Grade 3 French Immersion Block 2 Instructional... week (200 minutes) of French • 90 hours per year • Focuses on further development of oral, reading and writing communication skills • Reading texts include greater complexity • Introduction of relevant and ageappropriate themes • Tasks are more demanding • Writing tasks are more complex Grade 3 French Immersion - Overview • Development of the program occurred in consultation with second language experts... minimum of 70% of instruction will be in French in Grades 6 through 8 • Literacy skills are developed through both French Immersion Language Arts and English Language Arts • In Grades 9 and 10, a minimum of 50% of the courses are taught in French Late French Immersion (Grade 6 Entry) • Emphasis is on developing student speaking, reading and writing skills in French at the beginning of the school year to help... transition to learning subjects in French • Program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) • French Language Arts Grade 6 Curriculum was revised in 2014 High School French Second Language Programs Grades 11 and 12 • French is compulsory until the end of Grade 10 • Students are encouraged to continue French to ensure program proficiency targets • Post-Intensive French courses will continue... 11 and 12 High School French Second Language Programs Grades 11 and 12 • Grade 11 and 12 immersion students are encouraged to maintain at least 25% in French • French Immersion courses in Grades 11 and 12 will be available to all students with Intermediate or higher at the end of Grade 10 Three great options… the choice is yours! Please visit the FSL website for more information ... Instructional Time: 80% French December - June French Literacy: 575 minutes per week Mathematics in French: 300 minutes per week Science, Social Studies, Health, Personal 305 minutes per week Development and Career Planning in French: English Literacy: 150 minutes per week 220 minutes per week Specialties (Art, Music, Physical Education): (minimum of 60 minutes in French) Late French Immersion (Grade 6 Entry)... Prime with Intensive French Combined Classes Grade 3/4 • Based on enrolment numbers • In place of the Grade 3 learning experiences, students in combined classes will have the opportunity to take Pre-Intensive French in both Grades 3 and 4 (150 minutes weekly) • Content will be adjusted accordingly English Prime with Intensive French Post-Intensive French Grades 6-8 Post-Intensive French Grades 9-10 •... Research on effective instructional practices influenced development • Program is offered where numbers warrant (as per Policy 309) • Grade 3 French Immersion Program was introduced in September 2010 • 80% of instruction is in French • English language arts instruction will continue to support first language development (approximately 150 minutes per week) • Resources have been identified to support the
- Xem thêm -

Xem thêm: Making the choice on learning french , Making the choice on learning french , Making the choice on learning french

Gợi ý tài liệu liên quan cho bạn

Nạp tiền Tải lên
Đăng ký
Đăng nhập