Access the article here 21 March 2016 The advantages of bilingualism have been demonstrated in countless studies, several of them indicating that exposure to more than one language can have positive social and cognitive effects on children. In Ontario and throughout Canada, enrolment in French immersion classes keeps growing in popularity. In 2016, the French […]

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” Voilà Learning is what we call a Social Enterprise. It provides community programs in French in partnership with school boards, and the ministry of education. Thanks to these partnerships, more than 200 000 students are eligible for these programs. Voilà Learning offers a wide range of educational after school programs from online homework help to […]

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The period of back-to-school madness has passed, and now the real work begins: homework, projects and other time-consuming school obligations. For students learning French, it is crucial that they have the tools and support they need to succeed in a second language learning environment. Parents are not always in a position to help their children […]

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It’s All French to Me! It’s All French to Me! (How can I help my child if I don’t speak French?) Adapted from cpf.bc.ca/vannorth/attachments/068_HowCanIHelp.pdf The French Immersion program is designed for children who do not speak French at home, so don’t worry at all if you do not speak French. Here are just a few […]

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Peel Schools “You don’t have to speak French to help your child with French Immersion. Our French programs are designed for children of non-French speaking parents. Your involvement and support for your child’s education is one of the most important things you can do to make sure your child is successful in school—that’s true no […]

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Access the article here 21 March 2016 The advantages of bilingualism have been demonstrated in countless studies, several of them indicating that exposure to more than one language can have positive social and cognitive effects on children. In Ontario and throughout Canada, enrolment in French immersion classes keeps growing in popularity. In 2016, the French […]

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Access the article here Of the 57 Grade 1 kids at Tom Thomson Public School in Burlington, Ontario, 53 are in French immersion. The remaining four are in Ms. Amanda Heilesen’s split Grade 1 and 2 class. KEVIN VAN PAASSEN/FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL French immersion enrolment is booming to the point of leaving English-stream classrooms with […]

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By Michael Mui, 24 Hours Vancouver Thursday, January 7, 2016 4:36:39 PST PM New Westminster is among several B.C. school districts signing on to an online French learning platform that allows students to use their computers to explore a virtual campus — with live tutors helping with homework. It’s called Voila Learning, and according to company […]

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  Activities to help get you started with our Virtual Immersion Campus: Online Homework Help: Get Your Child Started Online Homework Help:Creating Your Avatar Since French Immersion began in Canadian schools, parents have struggled with the same question: “How can I help my child with his French homework when the only French words I know […]

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