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Summer Fun in French

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An Edu-Connect Presentation by Voilà Learning French In Toronto Quiz
How many Francophones live outside of the province of Quebec?
How many Francophones live in Toronto? Question 1. Question 2. 1. 1,000
2. 10, 000
3. 100, 000
4. 1, 000, 000 1. 1,000
2. 10, 000
3. 100, 000
4. 50,000 Question 3. French plays an important role in Toronto's history. True
False Question 4. The number of people in Toronto whose first language is French is less than: 1. 1 %
2. 2 %
3. 5 %
4. 10 % Question 5. What percentage of Toronto families speak French at home? Based on Statistics Canada 2011 Cenus 1. 0.5%
2. 1%
3. 1.5%
4. 2% Day 8: Activity # 2: The teacher will ask students to join in couples. Then the teacher will show a picture and the students will write sentences about it, they will ask questions and answer them in affirmative and negative form. Art Festivals and Celebrations Franco-Ontarian Day History In Your Community interactive experiences with science and technology.

KidSpark is the extremely popular hall designed for children under eight to learn, explore and create.

Bilingual Program available online: schedule of events from April 12th-June 27th, 2013 Legend for activities in Toronto Bilingual Displays and/or multimedia presentations Tours offered in French Entrance fee Site maps/
brochures available in French The number of people in Toronto whose first language is French is less than: 1. 1 %
2. 2 %
3. 5 %
4. 10 % Question 5. What percentage of Toronto families speak French at home? Based on Statistics Canada 2011 Cenus 1. 0.5%
2. 1%
3. 1.5%
4. 2% SUMMER FUN IN FRENCH: an EDU-CONNECT presentation by Toronto City Guide French In Toronto Quiz
How many Francophones live outside of the province of Quebec?
How many Francophones live in Toronto? Question 1. Question 2. 1. 1,000
2. 10, 000
3. 100, 000
4. 1, 000, 000 1. 1,000
2. 10, 000
3. 100, 000
4. 50,000 Question 3. French plays an important role in Toronto's history. True
False Question 4. Arts and Culture The number of people in Toronto whose first language is French is less than:

1. 1 %
2. 2 %
3. 5 %
4. 10 % What percentage of Toronto families speak French at home? 1. 0.5%
2. 1%
3. 1.5%
4. 2% Science Arts and Culture
Francophone Festivals and Celebrations
Science and Math in French
History Community Services
Summer Camps in French
Activities at Home Summer Camps Music free admission on June 21st 5:30-8:30 p.m.
location: Mel Lastman Square in North York At Home and On the Web bilingual galleries and exhibits ( except Ancient Greece)
kids events free guided tours in French Pricing: 0 - 3 free
4 - 14 $ 13
reduced fee on Friday evenings bilingual website and services An Edu-Connect Presentation by Camp Chez Nous
ages 6-12
small groups
camps follow Ontario curriculum Toronto International Film Festival French Radio Fête de la Musique/ Make Music Centre Francophone Cultural Events: Concerts Bilingual online calendar of events
free admission large collection of French artists



Free visits offered
( English) free admission to the permanent collection every Wednesday from 6-8:30pm

discounts for families: free for children under the age of five guided tours of historic neighborhoods and heritage sites
Online calendar of events free attraction including many famous French Canadian inductees Across the province
September 25 (residential French camp) French Music Educational French Television 1-877-866-4242
myexplore.ca/en/ Art Fundamentals en français OUT OF TOWN Question 5. French Theatre 270 events at 25 different venues
June 14th-23rd Kompa Zouk Festival August 4
David Pécaut Square
(formerly Metro Hall Square) .. Question 5. Educational Resources * flash cards
* games and crafts
* fictional and non-fictional books June 21-23
Yonge and Dundas Square Le Cabaret des petites canailles: * musical comedy workshops
* interactive theatre
* arts and crafts
* face painting
* magicians ACTIVITIES ATTRACTIONS * Saturday Morning Show
* kids events
* family-friendly shows
* top-billed artists for evening concerts * September 27-29 Other Cultural Events in 2013 * budding artists as well as famous performers
* learn about Creole culture ATTRACTIONS: ACTIVITIES: * face painting and games
* entertainment
* concerts Check online for events- to be announced French Book Fair Culture Days September 5-15 Luminato History in Toronto Toronto History Society Canada's Walk of Fame French educational resources: Summer Events FRENCH National Film Board Children's Program

Interactive Musical Theatre


Philippe Flahaut-Traditional French Music Music and legends from West Africa

Heure du Conte/ French storytime

Njacko Backo en français Stay Connected CPF Ontario Voilà Learning The Kid Scoop Check online for show list and updates Upcoming Plays Les Zinspirés 2.0




The Studio 14 and up
From 20/11/13 to 22/11/13



4 and up
09/11/13 Family rates FALL SESSION: SEPTEMBER 21 TO NOVEMBER 23, 2013
Kids (5-7 years old): 9 to 9:45 am.
Young people 1 (8-12 years old) : 10 to 11:15 am.
Young people 2 (8-12 years old) : 11:30 am to 12:45 pm. French Drama Classes Workshops take place on Saturday mornings Check online for show list and updates * French Theatre Company www.visualartsmississauga.com Camp Tournesol * various locations across the GTA

* French summer camps and overnight programs that compliment the Ontario French immersion curriculum grades 1 to 6.

* Please consult website for details Question 5. Carassauga Festival May 24, 25, and 26, 2013.
Mississauga ACTIVITIES: * The Family Fun Time Area - various arts and crafts activities, face painting, write your name in a different language
* An interactive multicultural mural where budding artists can color famous world landmarks
* Rocks & Geology exploration area, Mining Matters’educational activity area.
* Soccer pitch
* Inflatable Bouncers and the 67’ Extreme Obstacle Course
* Gymnastic Dancers’ Demonstrations
* Scheduled performances by Francesca Davila
and much more! Discover the culture of former French colonies like Madagascar and Mauritius IN THE COMMUNITY Summer Learning and Fun in French * Kids ages 5-13, classes of 5 to 8 students max
When: August 19th-23th and 26th-30th 2013
* Sign Up:
5-9 years old: 8:45am-11:45am
10-13 years old: 12:45am-3:45pm

Details:
* Personalized help
* French oral communication skills
* Reading, writing and math skills
* Games, crafts, drama and other activities How to keep up: Summer Learning Loss Theory: * a loss of academic skills over the summer months. Students may pick up bad habits.
* factors: lack of programs or academic reinforcement, family income, grade level and subject matter * READ in English and in French to keep up language skills
*LEARN over the summer- to catch up and consolidate learning
*DISCOVER new hobbies, authors, cultures, etc.
*LISTEN to French whenever possible Results: * achievement gaps
* loss of valuable class time and personal time lost getting back on track French in Toronto Online Resources Books Arts and Crafts
Dates: Week 1 – Sunday, August 18 to Saturday, August 24
Week 2 – Saturday, August 24 to Friday, August 30

Location: Mansfield Outdoor Centre, located one hour north of Toronto on
Airport Road, north of Hwy 89. For directions visit their website at
www.mansfieldoutdoorcentre.ca.

Ages: Children ages 8 to 13 who are currently enrolled in French Immersion. Five-week French Language Program, different levels
Open to high school students grade 11 and up
$200 dollar registration fee.
$2,200 bursary (taxable income)
possibility of job placement following course
can count for a credit or equivalence
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