THE EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION PROGRAM. Halifax Regional School Board INFORMATION SESSION 2013. DESCRIPTION. The French Immersion Program has been designed for students who have little or no French language skills .
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The French Immersion Program follows the samelearningoutcomes as defined by the Nova Scotia English Provincial Guides.
The Early French Immersion Program began in 1977.
The Late Immersion Program (Grade 7-12) began in 1985.
Upon completion, students should be able to:
the Immersion teachers,
the Resource teachers
and the parent(s)/
• How developed are your child’s first language skills?• Does your child appear to be developing in terms of social and emotional growth?• Does your child have positive self-esteem?• Does your child have any major perceptual or auditory problems?• Can your child adjust easily to unfamiliar situations?
enable all students to communicate effectively in French using listening, speaking, viewing, reading, writing and other various means of representation.
uses teaching strategies that foster a
positive classroom environment.
helps the students achieve success in
French while learning the core subject matter.
Concours d'art oratoire
READING . . . FOR COMPRENSION
French section of community libraries.
HRSB website and French links.
French language television.
Extracurricular and community activities which promote French language and culture.
Read to your child in English to foster a love of language.