French as a Second Language, Part 1
Ce cours vise à introduire les enseignantes et enseignants aux trois programmes du français langue seconde : le programme cadre, le programme enrichi et le programme d’immersion. Le cours parcourt les théories sur l’apprentissage d’une langue seconde, la planification selon les attentes du curriculum et les stratégies courantes pour enseigner le français en salle de classe de façon holistique, intégrée et interactive. La gestion de classe et l’évaluation feront également partie des thèmes importants du cours. La formation reflètera les normes d’exercice de la profession enseignante et de la déontologie ainsi que les politiques du ministère de l’Éducation qui sont enchâssées dans le contenu du cours. Les lectures du cours seront accessibles sur Internet et comprendront des textes audio-visuels et des textes écrits.
- Certificate of Qualification and Registration or Interim Certificate of Qualification and Registration (ICQR) or ICQR (Limited) with the Ontario College of Teachers.
- Basic Qualifications in Primary or Junior divisions or Intermediate or Senior divisions in general studies
- Proficiency in oral and written French.
FSL Part 1 Proficiency Test
The underlying purpose of the additional qualification course French as a Second Language, Part I is to develop awareness and understanding of classroom theory and practice in French as a Second Language. The course supports the expectations outlined in the Ministry of Education curriculum policy documents, programs and other Ministry of Education policies.
Please register for the proficiency test (if required) before you register for the course. When you are successful on the test, you can then register for the course (note: you must register for FSL part 1 within one year of successfully completing the proficiency test). This test will occur virtually. Candidates will log into the online test using the same username and password obtained from registering. Once logged into the test, there will be instructions explaining how to complete the test and how to submit the written component. Once the written component is submitted, arrangements for completing the oral test over the phone will be emailed.
Please register online for the French proficiency test using the online registration system by clicking on the red registration button. The cost of the test is $75. If you are unsuccessful on the proficiency test, you may try again at a subsequent session of your choice (the test can not be taken twice within the same session). You should register for the test first and then when successful register for the Part 1 course.
The following qualifications would exempt candidates from the proficiency test:
- have a bilingual certificate (from high school French Immersion)
- Graduated from a Francophone Secondary School (official transcript required from the secondary school)
- have a major in French language, linguistics or literature (official transcript required from the post secondary Institution)
- have a B.Ed in a Francophone B.Ed program
- have the DELF level B2
(You will need to provide proof of one of the above before being exempt from the proficiency test.)
Documentation for exemption from the FSL proficiency test can only be submitted at the time of registration.
For information about session dates please visit: http://etfo-aq.ca/catalogue/#dates
|Session||Registration Dates||Location||Delivery Method|
|Spring 2020: April 6 to June 19||Opens - February 3, Closes March 31||N/A||Online||Interested?|
|Summer 2020: June 29 - July 31||Opens - April 20, Closes June 16||N/A||Online||Interested?|