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Joy, Rhonda; Schulz, Henry; FitzPatrick, Beverly; Hancock, Stephanie – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2021
Poor retention rates for Core French, combined with the federal government's action plan to increase bilingualism in Canada, have led to the introduction of Intensive French (IF) in Grade 6 as an alternative for learning French. While anecdotal reports suggest that IF has no negative impact on English language skill development, empirical evidence…
Descriptors: Language Arts, Grade 6, Middle School Students, Intensive Language Courses
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Thibeault, Joël; Matheson, Ian A. – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2020
This study explores the cross-linguistic reading strategies that 16 Grade 3-4 French immersion pupils schooled in Saskatchewan used while reading two types of dual-language children's books: translated and integrated. In the first type, the same text appears in both French and English, whereas in the second one, English and French are integrated…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Transfer of Training, Reading Strategies, Grade 3
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Wong, Melanie M. – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2019
As our global communication and linguistic landscapes continue to change, kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) students are engaging in a variety of literacy practices (on both page and screen) in technology-enhanced classrooms. Due to the affordances of technologies, individuals are moving fluidly between various learning spaces within and outside the…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Grade 6, Literacy, Socialization
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Sun, Maio – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2016
Informed by current notions of dynamic bilingualism and the community of practice (C of P) framework, this study was designed as an ethnographic case study to explore peer collaboration in an English/Chinese bilingual program in a city in Western Canada. The main participants in the study were three Grade 5 English/Chinese bilingual students. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cooperative Learning, Communities of Practice, Bilingual Education Programs