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Francophone book animation training workshops

Communication-Jeunesse
1685, rue Fleury est, Montréal, QC H2C 1T1
Phone : (514) 286-6020
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Region

Provincial

School year/Age

Preschool to Grade 11

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion

School subject (primary)

French

Teaching materials

Activity guide, Thematic book selections, Participant booklet

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Through this training, educators will be able to make informed book choices in French that are appropriate to the age of their students, reading levels and classroom themes to plan multidisciplinary activities. Educators will acquire skills in book animation to develop activities that are easy and simple to do in school. 

Requirements

  • Meeting room large enough to expose books, allow participants to plays with the books and create activities. 
  • Internet access. 
  • PowerPoint Presentation.

Availability

During the school year, on request. 

Number of participants

Minimum: 10
Maximum: 25

Duration

Training of 6 hours. 

Cost

Contact us to find out more about our costs.

Description

This workshop introduces you to the reading and the animation of books for children and youth as a process whose ultimate goal is to spread the pleasure of reading among young people. From a solitary activity, reading becomes a collective activity that allows to share its pleasures. Designed for teachers, librarians, cultural animators, the course tackles principles of reading mediation and leads the participant to reflect on his or her own practice. The teaching aids used during the training encourage active participation: presentation followed by discussion and exchanges, exercises, scenarios, experimentation of activities of animation.

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ACFA

Partners

CPFA
Alberta Education
RAFA