June 2008

Part of a joint project of CASLT and the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) of the University of Ottawa.

The language of the title indicates the language of the video presentation. Note that the video presentations might also contain some English or French as well as the main language.

Opening Address: Commissioner of Official Languages Graham Fraser speaks on the importance of research and exploring diversity in linguistic duality. (English and French)

Colloquium 2008 FRASER GrahamYouTube

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Plurilingual Education and Languages of Education – Joseph Shiels (English and French)

Colloquium 2008 SHIELS JosephYouTube

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New Directions for Research in Bilingualism, Duality and Official Languages – Stacy Churchill (English and French)

Colloquium 2008 CHURCHILL StacyYouTube

La rétention des nouveaux enseignants dans le développement de la dualité linguistique (Retention of New Teachers in the Development of Linguistic Duality) – Gestny Ewart

Colloquium 2008 EWART GestnyYouTube

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Response Patterns in the Testing of Receptive Language Skills – Amelia Hope, Mary Ruth Endicott, and Philip Nagy

Colloquium 2008 Hope Endicott NagyYouTube

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Language Reference Levels for the Spanish Bilingual Program of Alberta – Carlos Soler Montes and Brandee Strickland

Colloquium 2008 Soler SticklandYouTube

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Individual Differences in L2 Language and Literacy Outcomes in English-Speaking Students in French-L2 Immersion Programs – Caroline Erdos, Fred Genesee, Robert Savage, and Corinne Haigh

Colloquium 2008 Erdos Genesee Savage HaighYouTube

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Une approche littératiée pour apprendre la langue et les sciences en immersion : résultats d’une étude quasi-expérimentale – Marianne Cormier and Miles Turnbull

Colloquium 2008 Cormier TurnbullYouTube

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Towards a Model for Writing in French Immersion Language Arts: Using Best Practices and Professional Learning Communities – Joseph Dicks and Paula Kristmanson

Colloquium 2008 Dicks KristmansonYouTube

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Designing Online Synchronous Communication to Strengthen Student’s Second-Language Communication Skills – Elizabeth Murphy, Paula Thomas, Camilla Stoodley, and Kate Scarth

Colloquium 2008 Murphy Thomas Stoodley ScarthYouTube

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EAL Learners and French as a Second Language Programs: Challenges and Possibilities – Cynthia Lewis and Wendy Carr

Colloquium 2008 Lewis CarrYouTube

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Les identités multilingues et les programmes d’immersion française au Canada – Vanessa Reyes and Marie-Josée Vignola

Colloquium 2008 Reyes VignolaYouTube

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Are French Immersion Students Part of the Bilingual Canadian Society? – Sylvie-Roy

Colloquium 2008 ROY SylvieYouTube

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Symposium: Socio-Political and Socio-Cultural Realities of Teaching French as a Second Language in Canada

Introduction, Miles Turnbull

Colloquium Symposium 2008 TURNBULL MilesYouTube

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Official Language Bilingualism for English Language Learners: Opportunity with Obstacles – Callie Mady

Colloquium Symposium 2008 MADY CallieYouTube

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A Critical Analysis of the Current French Immersion High School Program in Ontario – Theresa Blake

Colloquium Symposium 2008 BLAKE TheresaYouTube

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Boys and FSL: What, Why, When and How? – Scott Kissau

Colloquium Symposium 2008 KISSAU ScottYouTube

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Symposium: Current Research in the Field of Grammar and Teaching and Corrective Feedback

Introduction, Gladys Jean (in French)

Colloquium Symposium 2008 JEAN GladysYouTube

Languaging: University Students Learn the Grammatical Concept of Voice in French – Sharon Lapkin

Colloquium Symposium 2008 LAPKIN SharonYouTube

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Approche inductive et déductive de la grammaire en langues secondes : processus, produit et perceptions (Inductive and Deductive Approaches to Grammar in Second Language Learning: Process, Product and Students’ Perceptions) – Gladys Jean et Daphnée Simard

Colloquium Symposium 2008 Jean SimardYouTube

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Enhancing L2 French Language Learners Attention to Prepositions: An Online Study of Textual Enhancement – Wynne Wong

Colloquium Symposium 2008 WONG WynneYouTube

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Pratiques de rétroaction positive chez les futurs enseignants de l’anglais langue seconde (Corrective feedback practices of future The Bilingualism in a Plurilingual English as a Second Language teachers) – Danièle Guénette

Colloquium Symposium 2008 GUENETTE DanieleYouTube

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Round Table: Future Directions for FSL Teaching in Canada

Joan Netten – Intensive French (in English with some French)

Colloquium 2008 NETTEN JoanYouTube

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Lucille Mandin – French Immersion (in French with some English)

Colloquium 2008 MANDIN LucilleYouTube

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Sharon Lapkin – Core French

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