Participez avec vos élèves au Marathon de lecture en français et soutenez un programme d’éducation au Burkina Faso. Les enseignants de français langue seconde disposent gratuitement d’une sélection de bandes dessinées et de ressources pédagogiques prêtes à l’emploi.
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How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected your teaching and yourself as a teacher? Are you using or would you like to use mindfulness practices (e.g., breathing, meditation, and relaxation techniques) in your teaching? Take part in a 10- to 15-minute survey to help inform a study on this topic.
The study is being conducted by Alba Fano-Trabanco ([email protected]), a PhD candidate in Applied Linguistics at the University of Calgary, under the supervision of Dr. Mary O’Brien ([email protected]) and Dr. Angela George ([email protected]). It has been approved by the University of Calgary Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board (REB20-1832).
EducLang is holding an online seminar on Wednesday, January 27th at 4 pm EST. Gene Vasilopoulos, Doctoral Candidate at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Education, will speak about “Working Within the Research Assemblage: Reading Plagiarism in L2 Student Digitally Mediated Writing Differently.”
The presentation will be in English with opportunities to ask questions in French. Participants can join the seminar through this Zoom link.
No spring and summer immersion sessions at Universite Sainte-Anne in 2021
The Chronicle Herald
Because of the ongoing pandemic, Université Sainte-Anne will not be offering spring and summer immersion sessions in 2021. Students, teachers, and staff will have to wait at least another year to attend this much-anticipated program. “It is a necessary but difficult decision. These sessions require a significant amount of planning and logistics and with all the uncertainty because of the pandemic, it is best to cancel. Our priorities remain the health and safety of our university community and to limit the spread of the virus,” says Allister Surette, president and vice-chancellor of Université Sainte-Anne.
From apps to podcasts, COVID-19 has forced language learning online
When the COVID-19 pandemic sent Aly Murphy into lockdown, she figured it was finally time to start learning Russian. Nearly one year later, she’s still at it. “I don’t know if I’d have committed to it as fiercely as I have,” said Murphy, a University of Ottawa theatre student who wanted to read famous Russian playwrights like Anton Chekhov without relying on translations.