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The Renewed Vision of French Immersion in Manitoba

The Government of Manitoba has recently developed a renewed vision for the French Immersion Program in Manitoba. 

French Immersion Vision Goals.pngSince 1973, the French Immersion Program in Manitoba has had a successful history. Building on its rich and solid heritage, the Program is turning to the future. It continues to evolve in response to current realities, observations in the field and reflection informed by recent research in French language education.

In an effort to adapt to these current realities, Manitoba has created a renewed vision of the French Immersion Program to support educators, students and parents.

Current realities such as the role of the transdisciplinary nature of the French language, students’ perception of their bilingualism, concept of plurilingualism and the importance of intercultural skills as well as the concept of the students’ identity as learners in immersion, call for a renewal of the French Immersion Program in Manitoba.

To learn more about the renewed vision, please see the full document in French and English below. 

Le programme d’immersion française au Manitoba: Une vision renouvelée - 2017

The French Immersion Program in Manitoba: A Renewed Vision - 2017

 
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