Helpful hints when it’s all in French!

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Homework has three main purposes: • to finish work not completed in school; • to provide practice and extension of concepts presented in class; • to allow for student preparation in upcoming class lessons. Early in the school year, you should find out what the expected amount of homework will be in your child’s class […]

How do I help with his French Homework?

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This is a recurring question that we get from parents. The French Immersion program is catered to parents whose first language is not French. So because parents cannot understand the homework given to their children, teachers usually review the questions and explain the concept before sending the kids home with the homework. Some suggestions that […]

How do i Support my child in French Immersion?

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Here are some suggestions for parents: • Be positive about the program and the teacher; • Show interest in your child’s daily activities; • Check newsletters for special events; • Check backpack or agenda for homework; • Communicate with teachers your concerns, questions or suggestions; • Listen to your child read in French and English; […]

Homework in French…but I don’t speak French!

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How Can I Help? Many parents either have a limited background in French or do not speak the language at all. If this is the case for you, don’t feel alarmed! The most important factor in your child’s success will be your encouragement and the positive support you are able to give your child. You […]

What if…?

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• If homework sessions become long and frustrating, investigate the cause. It could mean that your child is having to catch up on work that was to be completed at school, but was not, because of inattention of some other cause. It could mean that the child is not making the best use of study […]