Subject: Curriculum Studies
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 only
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
College: Education
Department: Curriculum Studies


This course focuses on teaching French Language Arts in the Kindergarten to Grade 8 French Immersion settings. Teacher candidates will develop a philosophical foundation to inform their planning, teaching, learning, and assessment of the strands (reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and representing) presented in the French Language Arts curricula. This course will offer opportunity for lesson and unit planning of literacy across the curriculum with specific attention to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit ways of knowing. Particular emphasis will be placed on approaches and strategies to support community and family engagement while learning about the French language and culture. This French Language Arts course addresses three of the six semester hours required by the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) related to reading and language methodology content for early/middle years teacher candidates. This course will be taught in French.

Prerequisite(s): EFDT 101.3; ECUR 163.3 or ECUR 164.3 or ECUR 165.3; EFDT 265.3 or ECUR 265.3; and, EPSE 202.3.

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