Anno uncing the winners of the FSLGRA vote for October 2023... Voici les titres gagnants pour le FSLGRA en octobre 2023: Primary/primaire: Je marche avec Vanessa C'est mon corps Moi, Calvin Junior/Moyen: Le pouvoir des sous noirs Le magnifique microphone Anatole qui ne séchait jamais Intermediate/Intermédiare: Seuls High School/Secondaire: Né coupable Save the date - October 16, 2023 is our official beginning. Réservez la date - On commence le 16 octobre, 2023.
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(Le français suit.) Here are the winning books for the fifth annual edition of the French as a Second language Global Read Aloud (or #FSLGRA)! Save the date - we will begin reading aloud to and with our French students this fall on October 17, 2022. Collaborative planning can begin whenever people are ready to start thinking about that! The selected novel for our Junior Immersion or Intermediate/Senior Core French students to enjoy this coming fall is Nish: Le Nord et le Sud written by Isabelle Picard. Our three selected storybooks for the Cycle Moyen level are: Mon livre préféré dans tout l'univers (M. Mitchell) Des bisous au coin des yeux (J. Ho) Manchots au chaud (A. Poulin) And for our youngest or beginning readers in French, the three picture books selected by vote are: Une pierre dans l'univer s (B. Wenzel) Bien dans ta peau (F. Manushkin) Tout le monde (E. Gravel) Voici les trois albums choisis pour nos élèves parmi les livres nommés, pour les deux niveaux élémentai
Welcome to the site for the FSL Global Read Aloud! We started the #FSLGRA project just before the 2018-2019 school year. Inspired by the collaborative nature, the meaningful connections to and within the real world, and the deep learning experience offered by the annual endeavour created, owned and maintained by Pernille Ripp in the United States for several years now (the Global Read Aloud aka le GRA ), dedicated and risk-taking FSL teachers wanted to offer a similar literary experience for our young language learners. So we apprached Ms Ripp with our idea and were granted permission to try to organise something similar, specifically with second language French audiences in mind. She gave us her blessing (in accordance with certain conditions that we have followed and will continue to respect). Here's how it happened ... In 2016, I had the pleasure of teaching English Language Arts (what we just call " Language " here in the English language public school