Concours d’art oratoire

Concours d’art oratoire is an annual public speaking event for students from grades 1 to 12 who are studying French as a second-language in Saskatchewan and across the country. The objective of this event is to further stimulate the interest of students in the learning of French. Researching, preparing, writing, memorizing, and delivering speeches are activities that contribute to the development of language skills.

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French-Second-Language Education Week

French-Second-Language Education Week is February 3-7, 2020. This year’s theme is 50 years of French immersion, 50 years of the Official Languages Act/50 ans d’immersion française, 50 ans de la Loi sur les langues officielles.

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The State of French Second Language Education in Canada 2019: Focus on French Second Language Programs

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705, 2019

Inspiring Teacher of the Year Award Nomination

Canadian Parents for French – Saskatchewan is accepting nominations for the Inspiring Teacher of the Year Award. The Inspiring Teacher of the Year Award is presented in recognition of the contribution of a teacher who: Promotes French-second-language education in their school or community. Inspires students of all abilities and backgrounds to learn [...]

1304, 2019

Volunteer of the Year Award

Félicitations Hélène Grimard! Award inscription: "For your dedication to Concours d'art oratoire for more than 30 years." Right photo from left to right: Marie-Anne Corrigal, CPF-SK President, presenting the Award to Hélène Grimard. On Saturday, April 13 at the Provincial Final of Concours d'art oratoire, Hélène Grimard was recognized [...]

904, 2019

Inspiring Teacher of the Year Award

Félicitations Tracey Klassen! For 2018-2019, Tracey Klassen was presented with CPF-SK's Inspiring Teacher of the Year Award. Tracey is one of the most inspiring teachers, and talking to her students and other colleagues, all will agree. She goes above and beyond for every student, promotes the French language in the classroom [...]

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Help us create a Canada where French and English are an integral part of life. Your contributions will go to the Mary Joyce Booth Endowment Fund, which provides support to youth participating in French learning opportunities. cpf.ca/en/ #GivingTuesday #Mardijedonne

About 6 days ago from CPF Saskatchewan's Twitter via Twitter Web App