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 article here. French immersion 30 years later French immersion most popular in the Maritimes More girls enrol in immersion Immersion students outperform non-immersion students in reading French immersion students tend to have higher socio-economic status backgrounds The role of self-selection and other possible factors References French immersion programs were introduced into Canadian schools in […]

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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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Access the article here University of New Brunswick’s Joseph Dicks says restore Grade 1 entry point for French immersion By Daniel McHardie, CBC News Posted: Sep 05, 2014 9:12 AM AT Last Updated: Sep 05, 2014 9:12 AM AT Students returned to school earlier this week and the future of the province’s education system has been […]

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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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