1 edition of French as a second language, student evaluation guide: Early Childhood Services-Grade 12 found in the catalog.
French as a second language, student evaluation guide: Early Childhood Services-Grade 12
Alberta. Alberta Education. Language Services
Approved for use in Alberta schools, 1991.
|Series||[Alberta curriculum guides], Alberta curriculum guides|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
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The guide is designed as a reference to student evaluation for teachers of Alberta's new French second language curriculum. It provides a suggested philosophy of student evaluation and evaluation techniques consistent with the curriculum.
It is presented in its entirety in both English and : Larry Vandergrift. The guide is designed as a reference to student evaluation for teachers of Alberta's new French second language curriculum.
It provides a suggested philosophy of student evaluation and evaluation techniques consistent with the curriculum. It is presented in its entirety in both English and French. Full text of "ERIC ED French as a Second t Evaluation Guide: Early Childhood Services-Grade 12 = Francais langue seconde: guide d'evaluation des eleves de la maternelle a la 12e annee.
For the most French as a Second Language Student Evaluation Guide part, learner expectations which relate to the use of cognitive strategies can be evaluated by assessing the product of strategy use. Learner expectations.
Teacher Resource Manual: Early Childhood Services-Grade 12 = Francais langue seconde: guide d'enseignement de la maternelle a la 12e annee. Caouette, Lisa This reference guide provides Alberta (Canada) teachers of French as a Second Language with instructional ideas and teaching : Lisa Caouette.
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This. Guide to Education: ECS to Grade is authorized in accordance with section 39. Resources appropriate to all levels from early years to adult are available.
The collection contains a range of practical classroom and curriculum development resources relating to second language acquisition and language teaching methodology, multilingualism, the cross curriculum priority areas and intercultural capability.
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