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2017 Languages Without Borders

CASLT, in collaboration with the Institute for Innovation in Second Language Education (IISLE) at Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB), is pleased to announce that the 6th National Conference for Second Languages Teachers will be held in Edmonton, Alberta, April 6 to 8, 2017. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity: register now and submit your ideas for presentations and workshops. See you there!

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This Summer, Explore Your Odyssey!

Are you looking for a way to improve your French this summer? If so, the Explore and Odyssey programs are what you need: either spend five weeks in a francophone community or be a language assistant in another province. In both cases, you have until February 28 to submit your application. Visit www.myexplore.ca/en or www.myodyssey.ca/en for more information.

Training Course at St. Thomas University This Summer

St. Thomas University, Fredericton, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education of New Brunswick, is pleased to offer second language teachers a language and cultural training course. It will take place from July 3–15 2016. For more information, please contact Léo-James Lévesque at lleves@stu.ca.

Cinécole: Confirm Your Participation before February 28, 2016

To highlight the Month of La Francophonie (March 2016), the Embassy of France is launching a contest entitled Cinécole. To participate each class must produce a short film (maximum two minutes) where students will play out a scene of the film of their choice, taken from the IFcinéma website, a free online catalogue of films offered by Institut français. Each film is accompanied by “teacher” sheets that you can use in class. You have until February 28, 2016 to confirm your participation to Samuel Coeytaux, at the following address: educatif-linguistique@ambafrance-ca.org.

Master of Education in French Language Education Offered in French: Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia

Apply today to the MEd in French language education offered in French. The next cohort begins July 2016 with a 3‑week course in Montreal, followed by online courses by web conference. Application deadline: February 15, 2016. Learn more: www.pdce.educ.ubc.ca/med-in-modern-languages-education-frm5/.

Submit your proposal for workshops and presentations for VJELE!

VJELE is a two-day professional development event for Spanish teachers that will be held at the University of Montreal, on May 13–14, 2016. The Spanish Embassy, along with its partners, invites you to submit your proposals for presentations and workshops. You have until February 10, 2016 to do so. For more details, visit http://www.cre.umontreal.ca/VJELE.html (in Spanish).

« Je suis fini »? Rather « J’ai fini »!

The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and the Direction des ressources éducatives françaises  (DREF) of the Manitoba Department of Education have recently launched Question d’habitude, a free online resource designed to help students in French-language schools in minority settings. Through 20 humoristic videos and worksheets, the students correct the bad habits they acquired over time.

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Call for Research Proposal – Canadian Heritage

Canadian Heritage calls for research proposal on the economic and socio-cultural benefits of second-language immersion. You have until February 26, 2016 to submit your proposal. Moreover, a change was made to indicate that the selected researcher will own intellectual property rights. For more details, visit https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-15-00713441.

Become a Language and Culture Assistant in Spain!

You want to share your love of languages and culture to younger kids. Or maybe you feel like teaching abroad would be a wonderful experience. The Language and Culture Assistants Program in Spain is your answer and their application process just opened! If you are interested, you have until April 5, 2016 to submit your application. Find out more and write to norteamericanos@mecd.es if you have any questions.

2016 ACPI Congress

Submit Your Proposals for Workshops!

The time has come to submit your workshops’ proposals for the 2016 ACPI Congress. You have until February 27 to submit your ideas, under the theme “Rendez-vous au carrefour de l’immersion.” The 2016 ACPI Congress will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario, from October 20 to 22. For more information, visit www.acpi.ca/evenements/congres-annuel/11-evenements/310-appel-d-ateliers.

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CASLT is concerned about the lack of consideration given to second languages in the latest report of the Standing Committee on Official Languages. To learn more, Click here.

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