CPF (Canadian Parents for French) will be hosting a
French Immersion Parent Survival Night
• January 25th, 2012
• 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
• Cleveland Elementary School (1255 Eldon Rd, North Van)
• Geared towards parents with children from K – 4
Sallie Boschung – Early literacy teacher-mentor
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn first-hand how to help your child succeed in French Immersion through participation in a workshop run by French Immersion early literacy teacher-mentor Sallie Boschung. Gain tips, ideas and practical advice about helping your child with:
• Basic French pronunciation
• Learning to read in a 2nd language
• Math and other skills
• La dictée
• Resources to help at home
• Q & A (you ask, she answers)
Registration details: Space is limited to 100 attendees.
To ensure your spot please visit www.clevelandpac.com to register.
Registration for non-Cleveland parents opens on Jan. 16.
As space is limited, participation is only open to parents who have registered online.
Questions, please contact Polly Lim at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Presenter: Sally Boschung has worked as a reading specialist and 2nd language specialist in the public education system for over 25 years. She has also taught French Immersion (FI) Reading Methodology at university level, and frequently presents professional workshops for teachers. Besides teaching FI Grade 1, she works as a Reading Recovery Teacher Leader and FI Early Literacy Mentor for the Vancouver School Board.
This is a FREE event open to all. Support events like these by becoming a member. Click here to find out more about the CPF and how to join!