CASLT releases a new Célébrons la francophonie resource every March to help FSL teachers celebrate the Semaine internationale de la francophonie with their students. This year, we have eight practice Kahoot! quizzes and four live Canada-wide Kahoot! challenges.

Each Kahoot! practice quiz and live event is targeted to one of the following levels:

  • Grades 3-7 Core French
  • Grades 8-12 Core French
  • Grades 3-7 French Immersion
  • Grades 8-12 French Immersion

What To Do

1. Register for one of the Live Canada-Wide Kahoot! Challenges

Complete and submit the registration form for the challenge you wish to participate in.

Note: Only the class teacher needs to submit a registration form. The teacher will then receive a Zoom link that they can share with their students if students will be participating on their own devices.

Level Date and Time Registration Form
Grades 3-7 Core French Tuesday, March 28 from 10:00-10:55 a.m. EST Register
Grades 8-12 Core French Tuesday, March 28 from 1:00-1:55 p.m. EST Register
Grades 3-7 French Immersion Wednesday, March 29 from 1:00-1:55 p.m. EST Register
Grades 8-12 French Immersion Wednesday, March 29 from 10:00-10:55 a.m. EST Register

2. Play the practice quizzes

There are two practice quizzes for each level. Play them with your students to help them prepare for their live Kahoot! challenge!

Level Practice Kahoots
Grades 3-7 Core French

Practice 1

Practice 2

Grades 8-12 Core French

Practice 1

Practice 2

Grades 3-7 French Immersion

Practice 1

Practice 2

Grades 8-12 French Immersion

Practice 1

Practice 2

3. Participate in the live challenge

By participating in one of the live Kahoot! challenges, you and your students will:

  • Connect in real time with other teachers and students in Canada celebrating French
  • Have fun while promoting the use and acquisition of the French language
  • Have a chance to win prizes – there will be prize draws for participants during the live events

Your students can participate individually on their own devices or you can share your screen and participate together as a class.


Zoom (link provided after registration)


My school division does not allow the use of Zoom. Can I still participate in the event?

CASLT makes every effort to ensure that its services and offerings are as accessible as possible. Unfortunately, there is no universal virtual meeting platform. We decided to use Zoom as it is the most widely accessible.

As long as your school division’s IT department has not blocked the domain*, you can join the Zoom event using the Zoom Web Client. This means you can join the Zoom event in your web browser**, without the need to download or install anything on your computer.

How to Join Zoom Meetings/Webinars With the Web Client
  1. Click the meeting link.
  2. If a pop-up window prompts you to open or install the Zoom Desktop Client, click “Cancel”.
  3. At the bottom of the page, click the “Join from your Browser” link.
  4. Your browser will ask you to allow Zoom to use your microphone and camera. Click “Allow”.
  5. Enter your name.
  6. Click “Join”.

For more information, view the Zoom Support article “Getting started with the Zoom web client”.

* You can test this by trying to go to If the page loads, you should be able to access the event in your browser.

** One of the following browsers is required: Chromium Edge 80 or higher, Google Chrome 53.0.2785 or higher, Safari 10.0.602.1.50 or higher, or Firefox 76 or higher. Note: Zoom Web Client is not supported on the mobile versions of web browsers.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact our Communications Coordinator:

Live Kahoot! Challenge Hosts

Glenn Cake

Glenn Cake has more than 30 years of foreign language teaching experience. He has been a lead distance education teacher with the Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation (CDLI) since 2003. He has vast experience using all Google tools and extensions including Slides, Forms, and MOTE. Glenn has presented for many years at various conferences, including the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI), the Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association (OMLTA), and CASLT. He has provided professional training to second language teachers in the areas of internet resources and software that teachers and students can use to enhance their second language and technology skills.

Lisa Browne Peters

Lisa Browne Peters has 28 years of experience teaching students in Core French, French Immersion, and Intensive Core French programs. Nine of those years were spent in distance education, providing opportunities for students in rural and isolated communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador to continue their French Second Language education. Lisa served for seven years on CASLT’s National Council and she volunteers on the Board of Directors with Canadian Parents for French Newfoundland and Labrador. She currently works as a Language Learning Specialist with Employment and Social Development Canada.


Have any questions about these events? Contact our Communications Coordinator:

1 877 727-0994, ext. 203

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