Surviving French Immersion: A CPF Parent Workshop

Surviving French Immersion or Late French Immersion
Supporting your child through their Intermediate years

Join Canadian Parents for French North Vancouver Chapter for this FREE interactive workshop with Susan Owens, a noted French Immersion teacher with the North Vancouver School District. Mme Owens has extensive experience teaching intermediate-aged children in North Vancouver. She will share her knowledge and provide tips and resources for parents of Intermediate-age Early and Late French Immersion students.

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Date: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Time: 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: Cleveland Elementary Map
Cost: FREE (Registration required)

Seating is limited so register early at:
https://survivingfrenchimmersion.eventbrite.ca

  • Parents from French Immersion schools in North Vancouver and West Vancouver are welcome to attend
  • Show your current CPF membership, join or renew, make a donation…and be entered to win fantastic door prizes! All proceeds will benefit your child’s French education
  • Support events like this and enjoy many other benefits by becoming a CPF member!

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Mme Susan Owens currently teaches grade 6 Late French Immersion at École Boundary Elementary where she is also Vice-Principal. She has previously taught French Immersion Kindergarten and Grade 7, as well as Grades 8-12 Immersion and Core French. She is a trained teacher-librarian and has worked at both the elementary and secondary levels in that capacity. She has two adult children who both enrolled in Late Immersion. Her daughter continued through high school and post-secondary, graduating from SFU’s French Immersion cohort last fall.

Susan is passionate about the effectiveness of the interdisciplinary approach of teaching content in French and thereby acquiring literacy in both the content and the language. Having experience on both the teacher and the parent sides of the equation, she will give suggestions to parents on how they can best support their children in this enriching program.