Here are some ways you can help you child at home with their French learning!
Parents' responsibilities: Becomefamiliarwith curriculum documents to beaware of how students are beingassessed and to be able to communicate more clearlywithteachers Communicate to students the value of learning, specifically French. Be involved in schoolactivities, such as open house and student lead conferences and stay up to date with class activities by visiting by visiting the class website. Encourage students to read and write in boththeir first language, as well as French, such as shopping lists, or letters Go to the library to borrow French books, DVDs or music and discussthemafterwards.
Strategies/ResourcesFor ParentsHow to use themImpact on FSL learning Teacher websiteStay up to date withwhatisbeingMore practice will lead to more confidence taught in classin class, and bettervocabularyretention. Visit the songs page to practice at home.
Askyourchildwhattheylearned in Have a conversation withyour child about More engagement will show the student class today new vocabulary they are learning and try that French isvalued and thatthey have to learn it with them. Include older siblings to pay attention sothatthey can teach to have a more in depth conversation, you! and includeyounger siblings to start their Theywill have to have a greater learning early! understanding of the material in order to be able to teachit to someoneelse.
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