In Grade 7, your child learns to:
To find out more about what your child is learning, talk to their teacher. You may also refer to the Language Arts Practices: Orientation Guide for information regarding the program's guiding principles and recommended practices.
Your child’s progress in Français will be reported in three areas and may address the following questions:
The information from each report helps you to support your child’s learning. You can use it to talk with your child and your child’s teacher about results, strengths, challenges and what your child will be doing next.
Public Libary - Many French resources are available and can be delivered to the Public Library nearest you.
Idéllo - French quality educational and certified content for your children.
My learning at home - is one of the supports that you can use to enhance learning at home for your child's well-being and learning growth.
What do you mean by "viewing" and "representing"?
Viewing: Viewing is when children get information and are exposed to ideas that are presented visually, for example in photographs, videos or drawings. Viewing involves understanding visual images and connecting them to accompanying spoken or written words.
Representing: Representing is when children present information using a variety of media, such as charts, posters, diagrams, photographs, videos, drama and mime.
How can I help my child (even if I don’t speak French)?
Talk with your child about school work. Even if you don’t know French, you can still be an interested and supportive listener.
Help your child become familiar with your own traditions and stories.
Set an example. Talk about what you have read in books, magazines, newspapers and on the Internet.
Encourage your child to read for pleasure in French or in English. Show interest, ask questions, and have conversations about what your child is reading.
Give your child opportunities to get to know Francophone culture, activities and events in your community, throughout Manitoba and beyond.
Watch French programs or videos, listen to French CDs and visit French websites.
Give your child access to French books for reading enjoyment and reference books such as visual dictionaries.