After School French Programs:
French Immersion program is offered at many schools across Canada, and it is a popular choice for families looking to give their children a head starts in learning a second language. ELAMB French immersion programs offer a unique opportunity for French Immersion children to learn in a fun and supportive environment and to success at school.
What is ELAMB French Immersion Program?
The ELAMB French Immersion Program is designed based on the Ontario curriculum to help children develop a strong foundation in the French language. Our immersion program covers in-depth knowledge regarding the French language, including vocabulary, reading, gramma, writing, listening, and speaking.
Adding a variety of content to your curriculum helps develop all four language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The variety of formats also keeps lessons fresh, engaging, and incredibly effective.
An effective immersion curriculum is based on students’ age, fluency level and general knowledge. It considers the unique skills and content that they’ve learned throughout their academic journey so far and expands on it. We design our immersion program to fit their levels and meet their unique needs and interests.
We are trying to expose our students to a French environment as much as possible. Our teachers minimalize the usage of English during class. In doing so, we are fostering our students’ habits to think in French.
The benefits of
French Immersion Program
There are many benefits associated with French Immersion programs. These programs provide an excellent opportunity for students to develop greater linguistic skills, appreciate other cultures, and succeed academically.
Greater linguistic skills
Students are immersed in the language. Students could develop a strong understanding and command of the French language. This can be an important asset for students, both in their academic studies and in their future careers.
Understand other cultures
By learning in a French-speaking environment, students are exposed to the culture and traditions of France and other Francophone countries. This can help them to develop a greater appreciation for cultural diversity.
Benefit students academically
Studies have shown that students who participate in these programs tend to perform better on standardized tests than those who do not. They also tend to have higher grades overall. This is likely since they are better able to understand and retain information when they are learning in their second language.
Certificated Teachers of Core French Program
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This depends on several factors, including your child’s age, learning style, and motivation. Some children thrive in an immersive environment while others may prefer a more traditional approach to learning French. The best way to determine if the program is right for your child is to try a free trail class at ELAMB.
In the French Immersion program, students spend most of their time learning in French. This includes all core subjects such as Math, Science, and Language Arts. In addition to this, they will also be exposed to the culture through extracurricular activities and events.
There are a few key differences between the two programs. 1. The French Immersion Program is much more intensive than the regular classes. 2. It is geared towards students who want to become fluent in French, whereas the regular classes are meant for all students to learn some basics about the language. 3.The immersion program starts at a younger age than the regular classes, giving students more time to become fluent.
There are three different levels in the French Immersion Program: Core, Intermediate and Extended. The Core level is for students who have little to no previous knowledge of the French language, while the Intermediate level is for students who have some knowledge of French but are not yet proficient. The Extended level is for students who are proficient in French and are looking to further their studies.