DELF Assessor Training
for FIM and FSL classroom teachers
DELF Training: a great opportunity for Edmonton Public teachers of French!
In December 2012, 20 EPSB teachers participated in a session on the Diplome d'études en langue française (DELF) and became certified trainers through the Centre international d'études pedagogiques (CIPE) in France. As part of this training, teachers learned how to incorporate these communicative strategies within their classroom to further enhance students' French language proficiency.
Now 20 more EPSB teachers will have the opportunity to receive DELF assessor training!
At each level, A or B, you can gain a deeper understanding of the DELF exams and gain invaluable insights into how to assess students' French language proficiency. AND you will learn more about the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) - the most widely used language proficiency framework in the world!
Teachers of FSL or FIM, any grade
May 21, 22: Levels A1 & A2
May 30, 31: Levels B1 & B2 (NOTE: if you want to take levels B1 & B2, you must take A1 & A2 as well)
8:30 - 4:30 each day
French Language Resource Centre (FLRC)
Languages Centre at Woodcroft
13750 Woodcroft Ave
Register on e-reg by using the code: L200114
The first 20 teachers for to register in each level will have their supply teachers paid by IISLE, through federal French grants
Contact Valerie Leclair: firstname.lastname@example.org